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by Robert Louis Stevenson
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher: Mundus Media; First Edition edition (2002)
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Robert Louis Stevenson (13 November 1850 – 3 December 1894) was a Scottish novelist and travel writer, most noted for Treasure Island, Kidnapped, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and A Child's Garden of Verses. Born and educated in Edinburgh, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial trouble for much of his life, but continued to write prolifically and travel widely in defiance of his poor health.
Robert Louis Stevenson. Stevenson's brooding historical romance demonstrates his most abiding theme-the elemental struggle between good and evil-as it unfolds against a hauntingly beautiful Scottish landscape, amid the fierce loyalties and violent enmities that characterized Scottish history. Robert Louis Stevenson. The Black Arrow is what every book about the Middle Ages should be and more, with suspense, action, disguises, escapes, and of course, the occasional love scene. Robert Louis Stevenson lived in the mid-1800s, and is renowned for his many works, including Treasure Island, D. ekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Kidnapped.
Robert Louis Stevenson is not only remarkable for the number of works he produced in his twenty-year literary career, but also for the range of genres he adopted: essays, travel . Stevenson also composed music for the flageolet.
Robert Louis Stevenson is not only remarkable for the number of works he produced in his twenty-year literary career, but also for the range of genres he adopted: essays, travel writing, short stories, novels and romances, as well as poetry, plays and biography. Within these genres, too, his output is remarkable for what Henry James calls his constant variety of experiment. The Works pages are devoted to all of the works RLS produced (including a page on his music)
Robert Louis Stevenson was a famous Scottish poet, novelist and travel writer
Robert Louis Stevenson was a famous Scottish poet, novelist and travel writer. This biography profiles his childhood, career, life, achievements, trivia and timeline. When one reads the factual works of Robert Louis Stevenson, apart from his fictional novels and short stories, a more comprehensive depiction of the writer arises than that of the quixotic drifter, which people most often associated him with. He was not just a novelist, but a literary wizard tangled in the productions of his craft, its locale and its depth.
Complete Poetical Works of Robert Louis Stevenson Robert Louis Stevenson, in full Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson, (born November 13, 1850, Edinburgh, Scotland-died December 3, 1894, Vailima, Samoa), Scottish essayist, poet, and author of fiction and travel books, best known for his novels Treasure Island (1881), Kidnapped (1886), Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886. and The Master of Ballantrae (1889). Stevenson was the only son of Thomas Stevenson, a prosperous civil engineer, and his wife, Margaret Isabella Balfour. Eleven tales of terror, including Mary E. Wilkins' "The Lost Ghost," Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Body-Snatchers," "Mrs. Zant and the Ghost," by Wilkie Collins, and other gripping works by Charles Dickens, Henry James, J. S. LeFanu, Ralph Cram, Mrs. Hen. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes. by Robert Louis Stevenson. The wild Cevennes region of France forms the backdrop for the pioneering travelogue 'Travels with a Donkey, ' written by a young Robert Louis Stevenson.
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Volume 24. IX The united states again winter in the adirondacks. The letters printed in the following section are selected from those which tell of Stevenson’s voyage to New York and reception there at the beginning of September 1887; of his winter’s life and work at Saranac Lake, and of his decision taken in May 1888 to venture on a yachting cruise in the South Seas.