Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson is known for his works of worldwide acclaim, such as Kidnapped and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
This volume brings together a handful of his brilliant short works like The Beach of Falesá, The Merry Men, The Treasure of Franchard, The Suicide Club and The Rajah's Diamond, that amply demonstrate the author’s wide range and enduring appeal.
In these stories, Stevenson tackles themes such as slavery, race, and casteism. Despite his poor health, Stevenson produced a prolific body of work, including novellas and short stories that showcased a writer of great power and originality.
|No. of Pages||696|
|Author||R. L. Stevenson|