The New Edinburgh Edition of the Collected Works of Robert Louis Stevenson

Bottle Imp – Stevenson number

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The Bottle Imp, the well-designed “Scottish Studies ezine” published by the Association for Scottish Literary Studies, is planning a Stevenson number for November 2012.

Provisional contents:

Scott Hames: views of Stevenson’s style, past and present

Julia Reid: “borders” in the essays

Barry Menikoff: on the South Sea tales

Penny Fielding: the new EUP Edition

Alisdair Braidwood: later writers influenced by Stevenson

David Wingrove: on “Olalla”

Richard Dury: shifting viewpoint in the essays

Written by rdury

19/05/2012 at 5:44 am

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  1. As The Bottle Imp e-zine doesn’t have a comments facility, I’m using this Repy area to place ideas I might otherwise lose about my article, “Stevenson’s Shifting Viewpoint“. Specifically, I’m interrested in my comment “Stevenson seems never to have explicitly theorized about such shifts in viewpoints and focus”; I’ll collect here any other quotations that might be relevant, even if not exactly a theory as such. Any contributions from others will of course be welcome.

    1. Lay Morals ch. III: our experience of life–“this changing labyrinth”, not only complicated by constantly changing too.


    17/02/2013 at 12:48 pm

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