Stevenson: la sua vita e le sue opere; analisi di "The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hide" (1 pagine formato doc)
Stevenson was born in Edinburgh in 1850. He studied law and he became attorneys. Since childhood he had suffered from ill health and he had ever searched a mite clime.
Betwwen his journey he went in Belgium, America and Frence.
When he arrived in Samoa to a mite clime, he was called Tusitala, because he was a fibber of island.
Betwwen his work: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hide, Kidnapped, A Black Arrow, Treasure Island.
Stevenson was famous because he introduced the most important character of literature: Long Jhon Silver by Treasure Island, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hide, Alan Breck by Kidnapped.
He died in 1894 leaving an unfinished novel.