The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls eBook

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Simpson, E. Blantyre:  “The Robert Louis Stevenson Originals.”

Strong, Mrs. Isobel:  “Robert Louis Stevenson.”

Watts, Lauchlan Maclean:  “Hills of Home”—­with Pentland Essays by R.L. 
Stevenson.

Watts:  “Robert Louis Stevenson.”

ANCESTORS

Stevenson, R.L.:  “A Family of Engineers.”

——­“Thomas Stevenson”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

Stevenson:  “Picturesque Notes on Edinburgh”—­In “Essays of Travel and in the Art of Writing.”

Talbot, F.A.:  “Lightships and Lighthouses.”  Chapters relating to the building of Bell Rock and Skerryvore.

Poems by Stevenson:  “To My Father.”  “Skerryvore.”

CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOL-DAYS

Stevenson, R.L.:  “The Manse”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“Penny Plain and Twopence Coloured”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“Child’s Play”—­in “Virginibus Puerisque.”

——­“The Lantern Bearers”—­in “Across the Plains.”

——­“Child’s Garden of Verses.”

THE STUDENT AND WANDERER

Simpson, E. Blantyre:  “Robert Louis Stevenson’s Edinburgh Days.”

Stevenson, R.L.:  “An Apology for Idlers”—­in “Virginibus Puerisque.”

——­“Crabbed Age and Youth”—­in “Virginibus Puerisque.”

——­“Walking Tours”—­in “Virginibus Puerisque.”

——­“Some College Memories”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“Old Mortality”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“A College Magazine”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“Pastoral”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“An Old Scotch Gardener”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“Books Which Have Influenced Me”—­in “Later Essays.”

——­“Memories of an Islet”—­in “Memories and Portraits.”

——­“Random Memories”—­in “Across the Plains.”

——­“Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin.”

——­“An Inland Voyage.”

——­“Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes.”

Low, Will H.:  “A Chronicle of Friendships.”  Chapters dealing with
Stevenson’s days in the artists’ colonies of Fontainebleau and Paris.

Poems by Stevenson:  “The Vagabond.” 
                    “The Song of the Road.” 
                    “Bright is the Ring of Words.” 
                    “Youth and Love,” II. 
                    “The Canoe Speaks.” 
                    “A Camp.” 
                    “The Country of the Carnisards.” 
                    “Our Lady of the Snows.” 
                    “To a Gardener.” 
                    “To Will H. Low.” 
                    “To Andrew Lang.”

FIRST VISIT TO AMERICA

Shipman, L.E.:  “First Landing in New York”—­In Book Buyer, vol. 13, p. 13.

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