Approaches to Teaching the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson (Approaches to Teaching World Literature)

Approaches to Teaching the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson Approaches to Teaching World Literature Although Robert Louis Stevenson was a late Victorian his work especially Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde still circulates energetically and internationally among popular

  • Title: Approaches to Teaching the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson (Approaches to Teaching World Literature)
  • Author: Caroline McCracken-Flesher Abigail Burnham Bloom Oliver S. Buckton Jenny Calder Robert L. Caserio Barbara Chatton Ann C. Colley Martin Danahay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Although Robert Louis Stevenson was a late Victorian, his work especially Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde still circulates energetically and internationally among popular and academic audiences and among young and old Admired by Henry James, Vladimir Nabokov, and Jorge Luis Borges, Stevenson s fiction crosses the boundaries of genre and cAlthough Robert Louis Stevenson was a late Victorian, his work especially Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde still circulates energetically and internationally among popular and academic audiences and among young and old Admired by Henry James, Vladimir Nabokov, and Jorge Luis Borges, Stevenson s fiction crosses the boundaries of genre and challenges narrow definitions of the modern and the postmodern.Part 1 of this volume, Materials, provides an introduction to the writer s life, a survey of the criticism of his work, and a variety of resources for the instructor In part 2, Approaches, thirty essays address such topics as Stevenson s dialogue with James about literature his verse for children his Scottish heritage his wanderlust his work as gothic fiction, as science fiction, as detective fiction his critique of imperialism in the South Seas his usefulness in the creative writing classroom and how he encourages expansive thinking across texts, times, places, and lives.

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