Robert Louis Stevenson: His Best Pacific Writings
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Robert Louis Stevenson: His Best Pacific Writings

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"At the peak of his literary powers, Robert Louis Stevenson, age 37, sailed on a small hired schooner into the almost uncharted vastness of the Pacific Ocean. There, the ailing author found "my bones were sweeter to me." To the perplexity of his public in America and Europe, he "decided to remain." His last six years were spent cruising the Pacific's myriad islands, making...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published May 30th 2004 by Univ of Queensland Pr (first published 2003)
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