The early literary works of robert louis stevenson

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Robert Louis Stevenson: a pioneer of the written word

The Strange Case of Dr. Trained in law at Edinburgh University, Stevenson was under pressure to conform to the Edinburgh bourgeois society in which his family had made its name as lighthouse engineers; he preferred a more bohemian existence as a writer.

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But it is the depiction of Christina which makes the book unique. He wrote that he wished his illnesses would kill him. I was now escaped out of the shadow of the Roman empire, under whose toppling monuments we were all cradled, whose laws and letters are on every hand of us, constraining and preventing.

The violence and ugliness characterised by Hyde represent the dark underbelly of society. He actually took up a branch of Christianity called Calvinism as his new religion in college. His travelling also had the purpose of keeping the writer in warmer climates which were more suited to his health.

Robert Louis Stevenson

Meanwhile his devoted Scottish nurse, Alison Cunningham, kept him alive by her constant care. His influence spread among the Samoans, who consulted him for advice, and he soon became involved in local politics. Fanny and Robert were married in Mayalthough he said that he was "a mere complication of cough and bones, much fitter for an emblem of mortality than a bridegroom.

He eventually died in Samoa after having written much about it, and was buried there. Jekyll and Hyde, while exploring the duality of good and evil, was also a criticism of Victorian morality. Prone to illness, Stevenson spent many of his early winters in bed, entertained only by his imagination and a great love of reading, especially William ShakespeareSir Walter Scott, John Bunyan and The Arabian Nights.

He showed from the start no enthusiasm for his studies and devoted much energy to avoiding lectures. For most of the 20th century he was excluded from the Oxford and Norton anthologies of literature entirely, though he is now included.

The history of English literature records few stories more inspiring than the life and work of Robert Louis Stevenson. But there were many difficulties. Hyde has likewise remained in print for more than one century and has been similarly adapted to various media.Robert Louis Stevenson Three of us afloat in the meadow by the swing, Three of us aboard in the basket on the lea.

Winds are in the air, they are blowing in the spring, And waves are on the meadow like the waves there are at sea. Robert Louis Stevenson’s Life The Life section of the RLS Website is devoted to telling the story of Stevenson – who he was, where he travelled, who his friends and family were, and what he wrote.

Robert Louis Stevenson is best known as the author of the children’s classic Treasure Island, and the adult horror story, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.

Hyde. Both of these novels have curious origins. A map of an imaginary island gave Stevenson the idea for the first story, and a nightmare supplied the premise of the second.

Robert Louis Stevenson Biography

In addition to. A neo-Romanticist, Robert Louis Stevenson was a prominent Scottish author and poet, who contributed immensely to English literature in his lifetime. Many modernist writers canned his ideas and works and it is only lately that critics have started to gauge his popularity and have allowed him an ineffaceable place in the world of western dfaduke.com Of Birth: Edinburgh, Scotland.

Robert Louis Stevenson has written some of the most popular works of literature to appear in the last two centuries. Robert Louis Stevenson’s most famous books are Treasure Island and Kidnapped, two of the most famous and best written adventure books to ever appear.

Robert Louis Stevenson is best known as the author of the children’s classic Treasure Island, and the adult horror story, The Strange Case of Dr.

Robert Louis Stevenson – Biography

Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Both of these novels have curious origins. A map of an imaginary island gave Stevenson the idea for the first story, and a nightmare supplied the premise of the second.

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