Robert Louis Stevenson

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Scottish author (1850-1894)

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His true story inspired five novels, including Robert Lewis Stevenson's KIDNAPPED-and BIRTHRIGHT provides the reality behind the myth.
While some of these are mentioned in passing later, Robert Lewis Stevenson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mathew Gregory Lewis, Charles Maturin, and John Polidori are absent.
Other entries include a review of 2005 Dickens studies and studies of Robert Lewis Stevenson from 1975 to 2005, closing with a supplement to an annotated bibliography of Dickens's Christmas books, Christmas stories and other short fiction.
Several have likened it to being "no more difficult than opening a vein." Thus, many people relate to the Robert Lewis Stevenson crack, "I dislike writing, but I enjoy having written." There are, of course, modern variations on the same sentiment, such as, "I love being a writer, what I can't stand is the paperwork."
And as a young person, to lose oneself in a wonderful book such as Robert Lewis Stevenson's Treasure Island is worth a truckload of video games.