Robert Louis Stevenson: Seven Novels

Robert Louis Stevenson: Seven Novels

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No library's complete without the classics! This new, enhanced leather-bound edition collects the greatest works of Robert Louis Stevenson, whose stories of excitement and adventure will never be forgotten.

He wrote stories of chance and peril, pirates and buried gold. He told tales of good and evil, of men struggling with the darkest parts of their souls. Acclaimed Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson was a master whose works offer compelling insight into our hearts and minds. Featuring the full texts of Treasure Island, Prince Otto, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Kidnapped, The Black Arrow, The Master of Ballantrae, and David Balfour, this Canterbury Classics edition collects Stevenson's greatest yarns in an elegant, leather-bound book. With gilded edges, a ribbon bookmark, and an introduction by a renowned Stevenson scholar, this new edition is the perfect gift or keepsake. Readers will want to keep Robert Louis Stevenson forever--and go on a never-ending adventure!

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher: Canterbury Classics
Published: 11/01/2011
Pages: 912
Binding Type: Leather
Weight: 3.30lbs
Size: 9.54h x 6.37w x 2.12d
ISBN: 9781607103158

About the Author
Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a well-respected Scottish writer. With a propensity toward imaginative thought and rebellious philosophies, Stevenson traveled throughout the world during his life, using his experiences in much of his writing. His two best-known stories, Treasure Island and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, are classics of Western literature.

Michael A. Cramer, PhD, is a writer, an actor, and a filmmaker, who teaches communications at City College of New York and at Borough of Manhattan Community College. He is the author of A Confederacy of Whores: Media and Politics in George W. Bush's America and Medieval Fantasy as Performance: The Society for Creative Anachronism and the Current Middle Ages, as well as numerous articles, short stories, screenplays and chap-books. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.