Catalog Record: Robert Louis Stevenson : a study | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Robert Louis Stevenson : a study / by A.B. ; with a prelude & a postlude by L.I.G.

Main Author: Brown, Alice, 1857-1948.
Related Names: Guiney, Louise Imogen 1861-1920.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Copeland and Day, 1895.
Subjects: Stevenson, Robert Louis, > 1850-1894 > Criticism and interpretation.
Stevenson, Robert Louis, > 1850-1894.
Note: "The device on the title-page has been noted in red-orange; orange-brown; pale olive-green ..."--BAL.
"Two hundred and fifty copies of this book have been printed during May 1895 at the Heintzemann Press Boston."
"Issued for private distribution".
Prelude and postlude by Louise Imogen Guiney; prelude ("A valediction") later reprinted as "For R.L.S. on Vaea top"; postlude later reprinted as "Valediction" (see BAL).
Physical Description: 46 p. ; 21 cm.
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