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SKU / ISBN No 9788190732659
Product Title Treasure Island
Board ISC
Subject Accountancy
Class Nursery
Publisher Campfire
Author Robert Louis Stevenson
Publication Year 2013
Edition New Edition
Weight 0.225 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference General Books
Age Group Ages 13+

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About the Author: Robert Louis Stevenson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1850. The son of an engineer, Stevenson followed in his father's footsteps by studying engineering and law at the University of Edinburgh. However, his passion for writing soon became more than a hobby, and he decided to pursue it on a full-time basis. This career choice initially upset his father, but Stevenson made a promise to complete his studies, and was admitted to the Scottish Bar in 1875. Stevenson's most famous work is the classic pirate tale Treasure Island, which was published in 1883. A fast-paced story of adventure, with mass appeal, it soon became popular across the world. In the 125 years since then, readers of all ages have delighted in following the exploits of young Jim Hawkins as he travels to a remote island in search of buried gold. Stevenson later created an infamous, but very intriguing, character in The Strange Case ofDrJekyll and Mr Hyde, published in 1886. His adventure story Kidnapped, a tale of a young boy and a stolen inheritance, was also published in the same year. Throughout his life, Stevenson was frequently in poor health, and he often travelled abroad in search of places with mild climates. He also wrote a number of essays detailing these trips. During one such journey to France, he met an American woman named Frances Osbourne, and later married her during a visit to California.In 1887, Stevenson headed for America with his wife, stepson and mother. He had become famous in New York, and received many attractive offers from various publishers. It was soon after this move that he took up his pen for The Master of Ballantrae,

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