The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson. Volume I

Robert Louis Stevenson

Series: Fine Arts, Music and Literature
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Robert Louis Stevenson is the author of many classic novels. He was also prolific letter writer. The letters in volumes I and II, cover the years 1868 through 1894. Volume I begins with his student days at Edinburgh and contains letters to all kinds of people from towns like Paris, San Francisco, Marseilles and Bournemouth. Volume II starts in Bournemouth in 1886 and ends with the four years he spent in Samoa. The letters make fascinating reading, not only for those interested in Stevenson’s life but also for anyone interested in nineteenth-century literature.
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Chapter I - Student Days at Edinburgh, Travels and Excursions, 1868-1873

Chapter II - Student Days - Ordered South, September 1873-July 1875

Chapter III - Advocate and Author, Edinburgh - Paris - Fontainebleau, July 1875-July 1879

Chapter IV - The Amateur Emigrant, Monterey and San Francisco, July 1879-July 1880

Chapter V - Alpine Winters and Highland Summers, August 1880- October 1882

Chapter VI - Marseilles and Hyeres, October 1882-August 1884

Chapter VII - Life at Bournemouth, September 1884-December 1885

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