Robert Louis Stevenson
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Silver: Return to Treasure Island
What would Jane Eyre look like 40 years after falling for Mr. Rochester? What kind of life would they have together? It's just this kind of question that celebrated poet Andrew Motion asks about another English classic, Robert Louis Stevenson 's Treasure Island .
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Treasure Island !!!
In this irreverent comic novel of self-empowerment, the narrator tries to pattern herself after the hero of Robert Louis Stevenson 's adventure classic.
Book of the Week: Silver
Silver: Return to Treasure Island By Andrew Motion What ..... another English classic, Robert Louis Stevenson 's Treasure Island . To answer it, he ..... imaginative Silver: Return to Treasure Island , a story set 40 years
Paton And Robert Louis Stevenson
lover of nature, was attracted to the poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson because of the poet's great naturalism. The ..... birdcalls; he was known to say that lines from Robert Louis Stevenson 's "To S.R. Crockett" expressed his truest
Thought for Today
...Find out where joy resides, and give it a voice far beyond singing. For to miss the joy is to miss all.— Robert Louis Stevenson
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Famous Poets Reveal How They Found Their Calling
pushing her on a swing to the lines "How would you like to go up in a swing, / Up in the air so blue?" by Robert Louis Stevenson . "Those moments touched me. In the sense that I was meant to be a poet, I was receptive to it all, and the
Essential Pleasures : Introduction
Eggs and Ham," reaches back thousands of years, through Seuss's predecessors (and models) Edward Lear and Robert Louis Stevenson , and back through the poets they read, Wordsworth and Horace and Homer, and further back to the origins of
John Ernst Steinbeck's Biography
Henry Fonda—who starred in the film version of The Grapes of Wrath—read poems by Petrarch, Tennyson and Robert Louis Stevenson . The Grapes of Wrath has been translated into at least 43 languages. Copies of The Grapes of Wrath were burned
in the last third of the 19th century, when the form was at its peak. With George Eliot, Henry James, and Robert Louis Stevenson , he forms a glittering bridge between the Victorian and the modern. Alone among them he made nearly as strong