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The Beach of Falesá" is a short story by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson. It was first published in the Illustrated London News in 1892, and later published in book form in the short-story collection Island Nights' Entertainments (1893). It was written after Stevenson moved to the South Seas island of Samoa just a few years before he died there. The story is told in the first person by John Wiltshire, a Scottish copra trader on the fictional South Sea island of Falesá
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The Beach of Falesá book. On The Beach at Falesa’ was first published in 1892
The Beach of Falesá book. But the thing that troubled me was nearer hand. The Beach of Falesa begins on a high note, with the trader Wiltshire arriving at Falesa and getting a good reception. On The Beach at Falesa’ was first published in 1892. By this time Robert Louis Stevenson had been a Socialist, a Tory Conservative and for 3 years had been wandering in the Seas of the Pacific Ocean with his family. The Beach is one of several of his later works drawn from this latter part of his life.
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