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Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson   By: (1850-1894)

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The "Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson" offers a fascinating look into the life and mind of the renowned author. Stevenson's letters reveal his wit, charm, and intelligence, giving readers insight into his personal life, thoughts, and creative process.

The collection covers a wide range of topics, from his travels and adventures to his struggles with illness and his relationships with family and friends. Stevenson's writing is engaging and expressive, providing a glimpse into the everyday experiences and emotions that shaped his work.

Overall, the "Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson" is a must-read for fans of the author's work and anyone interested in learning more about this literary figure. Stevenson's letters are a true treasure trove of insight and inspiration, offering a unique perspective on his life and legacy.

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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume II Scanned and proofed by David Price

The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume II




DEAREST KATHARINE, Here, on a very little book and accompanied with lame verses, I have put your name. Our kindness is now getting well on in years; it must be nearly of age; and it gets more valuable to me with every time I see you. It is not possible to express any sentiment, and it is not necessary to try, at least between us. You know very well that I love you dearly, and that I always will. I only wish the verses were better, but at least you like the story; and it is sent to you by the one that loves you Jekyll, and not Hyde.

R. L. S.


Bells upon the city are ringing in the night; High above the gardens are the houses full of light; On the heathy Pentlands is the curlew flying free; And the broom is blowing bonnie in the north countrie.

We cannae break the bonds that God decreed to bind, Still we'll be the children of the heather and the wind; Far away from home, O, it's still for you and me That the broom is blowing bonnie in the north countrie!

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