Robert Louis Stevenson has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia - New pages [en]' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Robert Louis Stevenson was highly popular in November last year. Popularity drop is quite noticeable as the number of mentions has suffered a drastic multifold decline in the last 6 months.
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[...] them, doesn't it? I first fell in love with pirate stories when I read Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson as a young girl. I didn't want to be Long John Silver; instead, I wanted to be Jim [...]
[...] , but the opening lines of Verse 6 are a rewording of the preface to Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. They tell us that we should head down to the waterfront and focus in on those areas with [...]
[...] more info flag-waving, and ofttimes polemic, playful, or acrimonious. Essayists such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Willa Cather wrote with goodwill on various igniter subjects, and many writers— [...]
[...] link will be handy, since the one at the bottom of Part I is busted.) The novel revisits Robert Louis Stevenson Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Saga editor Navah Wolfe calls it “The League of [...]
[...] a short story! THE WRONG PAGET Walter Paget was a successful artist, with editions of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Robin Crusoe and Treasure Island among his credits. But Strand art editor W.H.J Boot [...]
[...] to fulfil his dream of returning to the sea. Well-read and literate, he often quotes from Robert Louis Stevenson’s An Inland Voyage (1878), his own novel Wanderer (1962) as well as mentioning the [...]