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Catriona

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Introduced by Jenni Calder. David Balfour is no sooner back in Edinburgh and restored to his estate than he is caught up in the aftermath of the Appin murder. Since he was present when the crime was committed,...


Island Landfalls: Reflections from the South Seas

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Selected and introduced by Jenni Calder. Ill health drove Robert Louis Stevenson from Scotland; the urge for new and adventurous places drew him to the Pacific. There were those at home who would have been happier...


Markheim, Jekyll And The Merry Men

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Shorter Scottish Fiction. Introduced by Roderick Watson. Ever since its first appearance in 1886, Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has proved itself to be a tale of undiminished...


The Scottish Novels

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Introduced by Jenni Calder and Roderick Watson. Kidnapped - Catriona - The Master of Ballantrae - Weir of Hermiston These four great novels take us deep into Robert Louis Stevenson's imaginative and bitter-sweet...


Tales of the South Seas

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Driven to the South Seas by ill health, Stevenson could not close his eyes to the impact of colonialism, the 'stirabout of epochs and races, barbarisms and civilisations, virtues and crimes'. Setting his imaginative...


Tales Of Adventure

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Edited by Francis Russell Hart. Treasure Island/The Black Arrow/The Treasure of Franchard/Will o' the Mill/ The Sire de Malétroit's Door/The House of Eld/The Song of the Morrow Stevenson is one of the world's...


An Inland Voyage

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson's 1878 travelogue, An Inland Voyage, details his canoeing trip through France and Belgium in 1876. Pioneering new ground in outdoor literature, this was Stevenson's first book. He had...


New Arabian Nights

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Considered by many to contain pioneering works of English writing, Robert Louis Stevenson's New Arabian Nights collects together his short stories that were originally published in periodicals between 1877 and...


The Ebb-Tide: A Trio And Quartette

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne

Three beggars are entrusted to deliver a cargo of champagne after the sudden death of the crew for smallpox. The three see this as a simple way to make money, but the journey will not go according to the plan....


The Wrong Box

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne

In the 1870s, Joseph and Masterman Finsbury find themselves the only two survivors of a tontine. A train disaster will offer the opportunity to escape the oppressive care of his sons to protect their inheritance....


Weir of Hermiston: An Unfinished Romance

by Robert Louis Stevenson

An unfinished novel. Archie Weir, is a young boy with a Romantic sensibility and sensitivity. The death of his mother exacerbates the contrast with the father who will banish him from his family and send to...


St. Ives

by Robert Louis Stevenson

An unfinished novel. Capitaine Jacques St. Ives, is a dashing Napoleonic soldier. Captured and jailed by the British , he meets the young and lovely Flora Gilchrist, it's love at first sight.


The Black Arrow

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Ellis Duckworth, is a longtime friend and unjustly accused of the murder of Dick's father and leader of a gang of outlaws called Black Arrow. Dick joins the mob with the purpose of avenging his father’s death,...


Catriona

by Robert Louis Stevenson

David is committed to seeking justice for his friends Alan Breck and James Stewart, wrongly accused of the murder of Appin. He will help Alan to escape, but the attempt to testify in favor of James does not...


Prince Otto

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Otto is a prince of a small German court of the eighteenth century, his indolent character leads him to delegate all power to his wife Amélie-Séraphine, which in turn is influenced by the Prime Minister Baron...


The Wrecker

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Loudon Dodd and his friend Jim Pinkerton buy in San Francisco the Flying Scud, a wrecked ship abandoned on Midway Island. The two will experience an adventurous journey in the attempt to take hold of the ship...


Kidnapped

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Become heir to a large fortune for the death of his father, the young David Balfour is kidnapped and boarded on a brig sailing overseas on orders of his uncle. After many vicissitudes and with the help of Alan...


Ballads

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 - 1894) is most famous for his novels Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. His book of ballads draws on the traditional stories of his native Scotland...


The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale

by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale is one of Stevenson's darker, more political novels. Two brothers are brought into conflict by the Jacobite rising of 1745, which tears their family apart.


The Master Of Ballantrae

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Scotland during the years of the Jacobite Rising, is the background to the conflict between two brothers, one good and faithful to King George II, while the other bad and supporter of the rebels.