Robert Louis Stevenson


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Scottish author (1850-1894)

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MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND (1996) Kermit, Miss Piggy and the gang featured in a unique twist on Robert Louis Stevenson's novel.
Robert Louis Stevenson gave us Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Reading the letters 'So stressful' by Ehbrian Al Chader (GDN, March 16) and 'Not so stressed' by Fraulein Alexander (GDN, March 21), it appears that Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, author of the Jekyll and Hyde novella, has been reborn and is currently living in Bahrain.
Julia Reid, Robert Louis Stevenson, Science, and the Fin de Siecle, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, pp.
Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnaped is a full-color, graphic novel adaptation of the immortal classic adventure written by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Stevenson's works lend themselves to the graphic novel medium; two other titles worth purchasing are Graphic Classics." Robert Louis Stevenson and Treasure Island (reviewed in the September 2004 and November 2005 issues of KLIATT).
Thousands of copies of Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson are to be given out completely free of charge across Edinburgh, Scotland in February.
In the 1963 Open Court reader, titled Reading Is Fun, which was designed for the second semester of 1st grade, at least half the entries were classics, including Aesop's fables ("The Fox and the Grapes," "The Hare and the Tortoise," "The Boy Who Cried Wolf"); Mother Goose rhymes; folk tales ("The Little Red Hen," "The Gingerbread Boy," "The Three Billy Goats Gruff," "The Three Bears"), and poems (by Vachel Lindsay, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Christina Rossetti).
Why did you choose Robert Louis Stevenson's quote on marriage, "a sort of friendship recognized by the police," as the epigraph for the novel?
Book 1 includes, "My Shadow," by Robert Louis Stevenson. Whatever the right hand plays, the left hand "shadows" an octave lower.
Isobel Field was the stepdaughter of Robert Louis Stevenson and published her autobiography in 1937, covering her life from birth until 1894, when she was just 35.
In the original novella, Robert Louis Stevenson presented the actual schizophrenic duality of human beings: "the thorough and primitive duality of man" (Stevenson 1886, 644), suggesting thereby the layers of hidden inner selves in the individuals .
California: June-Ho Kim, Monta Vista H.S., Cupertino; Aaron Sargent Goldin, San Dieguito High School Academy, Encinitas; Amber Irish Hess, Robert Louis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach; Kelley Harris, C.K.
To turn Robert Louis Stevenson's fine tale into a feeble quasi-rock opera is to my mind sheer cheek.
He sought solace at first in Brittany among the peasants of the French countryside and then in the far away islands of the South Pacific, whose promise of paradise on earth lured many others, among them, Herman Melville, Mark Twain, and Robert Louis Stevenson. Under the blazing sun of the Polynesian islands, where as he put it in his copious writings, "...