Robert Louis Stevenson gets his revenge on sneaky literary agent – 120 years later
The Treasure Island author's fairytales are finally to be published in one set, as he intended
The literary betrayal of one of the most popular writers in the English language, Robert Louis Stevenson, is to be avenged in the first collected edition of the great Scottish writer's little-known Samoan fairytales.
Sunday, 24 April, 2011
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