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  • Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson -- for so the writer whom the world knows as Robert Louis Stevenson, was baptised -- valued greatly this doctrine of heredity, and always bore enthusiastic testimony to the influence his ancestry and antecedents had exercised in moulding his temperament and character.

    Robert Louis Stevenson

  • When they had called Robert Louis Stevenson in to them and made him a sharer in their design to found a university magazine, he walked on air.

    Life of Robert Louis Stevenson by Alexander Harvey

  • There was once a very good sociologist called Robert Louis Stevenson who made many researches into the psychology of the human race.

    The Women of Tomorrow

  • Larkin, incidentally, stole his title from Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Requiem”, written in 1879, a poem that invokes its own climate of opinion:


  • The work of masters such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Rudyard Kipling represents never less than eight or ten revisions, and often a far greater number.

    The Literary Back-Stairs

  • He stood in the narrow doorway between the two cabins, looking at us with bright, dark eyes, like Robert Louis Stevenson's, and dressed in smart flannels and a tall collar, such as Robert Louis Stevenson would never have consented to wear.

    The Chauffeur and the Chaperon

  • When the literary pilgrim enters the door, scrapes his feet on the sanded floor, and says "Robert Louis Stevenson," the barkeeper and loafers straighten up and endeavor to put on the pose and manner of gentlemen and all the courtesy, kindness and consideration they can muster are yours.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 13 Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Lovers

  • In their day, guests included writers and politicians such as Robert Louis Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling and Winston Churchill.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • El Shorouk A mock-up of an Arabic-language version of ' The Brothers Karamazov ' A list of titles — which includes famous European novels such as Robert Louis Stevenson ' s " The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde " and Miguel de Cervantes ' s " Don Quixote, " as well as some local Arabic classics — will start rolling out to bookstores across the Arab world in the first half of 2011.

    Penguin plans Arabic-books venture

  • She also illumined numerous classics, such as Robert Louis Stevenson's "A Child's Garden of Verses," Clement Moore's "The Night Before Christmas," and Frances Hodgson Burnett's "A Secret Garden" and "A Little Princess."

    She Lived in and Painted the Past


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