Posts Tagged: Robert Louis Stevenson
Dig the grave and let me lie
Glad did I live and gladly die
Humanities profiles Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson and looks at how his constant struggle with illness influenced his writing....more
Clothed in the wonderful garment of your prose, they have stood, consoling, by my side under many skies,” Conrad wrote. “I trust that you will consent, by accepting this copy, to augment the precious burden of my gratitude.
UT Austin’s Ransom Center released Project REVEAL, digitizing 25 of its manuscript collections....more
These are Anton Chekhov’s last words, and the Guardian has a slideshow of some sometimes funny, sometimes chilling last words of quite a few literary figures.
(And while we’re talking about slideshows, I’d actually recommend the Jacket Copy write-up instead of the Guardian’s, because slideshows drive me freakin’ bonkers....more