The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls eBook

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Stevenson, R.L.:  “The Amateur Emigrant.”

——­“Across the Plains.”

——­“The Old Pacific Capital (Monterey)”—­in “Across the Plains.”

——­“The Silverado Squatters.”

SCOTLAND AGAIN

Gosse, Edmund:  “Personal Memories of Stevenson”—­in Century, vol. 28, p. 447.

Osbourne, Lloyd:  “Stevenson at Play”—­in Scribner’s Magazine, vol. 24, p. 709.

Stevenson, Mrs. R.L.:  Preface to Biographical edition of “Treasure
Island.”

Stevenson, R.L.:  “My First Book, ‘Treasure Island’”—­in McClure’s
Magazine
, vol. 3, p. 283.

——­“Chapter on Dreams”—­in “Across the Plains.”

Stevenson, Mrs. R.L.:  Preface to the Biographical edition of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.”

Poems by Stevenson:  “Skerryvore, the Parallel.” 
                    “Bells upon the City are Ringing in the Night.” 
                    “I Know Not How It Is With You.” 
                    “Ticonderoga—­a Legend of the West Highlands.” 
                    “Heather Ale—­a Galloway Legend.”

SECOND VISIT TO AMERICA

Low, Will H.:  “Chronicle of Friendships.”  Chapters relating to Stevenson’s second visit to New York and his meeting with General Sherman and the sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

Saint-Gaudens, Augustus:  “Reminiscences of Saint-Gaudens.”  Chapters dealing with Mr. Saint-Gaudens’s recollections of Stevenson at the time he made his portrait.

Stevenson, Mrs. Margaret:  “Letters—­From Saranac to the Marquesas and Beyond.”

Poems by Stevenson:  “In the States.” 
                    “Winter.”

IN THE SOUTH SEAS

Stevenson, Mrs. Margaret:  “Letters—­From Saranac to the Marquesas and Beyond.”

Stevenson, R.L.:  “In the South Seas.”

Stevenson, Mrs. R.L.:  “Cruise of the Janet Nichol Among the South Sea
Islands—­a Diary.”

Stevenson, R.L.:  “Beach of Falesa,” “Isle of Voices,” “Bottle Imp”—­in
“Island Nights’ Entertainments.”

——­“The Wrecker.”

——­“The Ebb Tide.”

——­ Letters Dealing with Pacific Voyages and Life in Samoa—­in his collected letters edited by Sidney Colvin.

Stevenson, Mrs. Margaret:  “Letters from Samoa.”

Stevenson, R.L.:  “A Foot-Note to History.  Eight Years of Trouble in
Samoa.”

Strong, Mrs. Isobel, and Osbourne, Lloyd:  “Memories of Vailima.”

Stevenson, R.L.:  “Prayers Written at Vailima.”

Poems by Stevenson:  “The Song of Rahero—­a Legend of Tahiti.” 
                    “The Feast of Famine—­Marquesan Manners.” 
                    “To an Island Princess.” 
                    “To Kalakaua.” 
                    “To Princess Kaiulani.” 

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