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Seeking Mr Hyde: Studies in Robert Louis Stevenson, Symbolism, Myth and the Pre-Modern (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1995). The Integrative Vision: Poetry and the Visual Arts in Baudelaire, Rilke and MacDiarmid (Kirkcaldy: Publications, 1997)

Seeking Mr Hyde: Studies in Robert Louis Stevenson, Symbolism, Myth and the Pre-Modern (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1995). The Integrative Vision: Poetry and the Visual Arts in Baudelaire, Rilke and MacDiarmid (Kirkcaldy: Publications, 1997). Michael Scot: Myth and Polymath (Kirkcaldy: Akros Publications, 2006). Contributions to books: The Liberated Instant: Muriel Spark and the Short Story, Muriel Spark: an Odd Capacity for Vision ed. Alan Bold (London: Vision Press, 1984): 167-182. The Fiction of John Davidson, Studies in Scottish Fiction: The Nineteenth Century, ed.

The listed critical essays and books will be invaluable for writing essays and papers on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Hubbard, To. eeking Mr. Hyde: Studies in Robert Louis Stevenson, Symbolism, Myth, and the Pre-Modern. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1995. Maixner, Paul, ed. Robert Louis Stevenson, the Critical Heritage. Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981.

Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim): Seeking Mr Hyde: Studies in Robert Louis Stevenson, Symbolism, Myth and the Pre-Modern (Scottish Studies International - Publications of the Scottish. by Tom Hubbard, Robert Louis Stevenson. ISBN 9780820429229 (978-0-8204-2922-9) Softcover, Peter Lang Pub Inc, 1995.

From Edinburgh to Samoa, Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scot who became a world citizen; as a writer he has a. .

From Edinburgh to Samoa, Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scot who became a world citizen; as a writer he has a large following in many countries. Particular attention is paid to Stevenson's bearings on the Symbolist movement, as evident in his association with the French writer Marcel Schwob.

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Of the few contemporary Scottish writers who follow Stevenson's tradition is Andrew O'Hagan.

The Real Robert Louis Stevenson'. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 5. ii: 363-365. Of the few contemporary Scottish writers who follow Stevenson's tradition is Andrew O'Hagan. Hyde: Studies in Robert Louis Stevenson, Sym-bolism, Myth and . Tom Hubbard's book is, in part, an attempt to rectify that situation

Seeking Mr. Hyde: Studies in Robert Louis Stevenson, Sym-bolism, Myth and the Pre-Modern. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Tom Hubbard's book is, in part, an attempt to rectify that situation. Scottish literature is well served with tales of diablerie: Stevenson's "Thrawn Janet" and an excerpt from Scott's Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft both make an appearance here, as does also the grave-opening sequence from Hogg's Confessions of a Justified Sinner. Among traditional beliefs we find this: "The person last buried had to keep watch over the graveyard till the next funeral came.

Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson. This Master Hyde, if he were studied,' thought he, 'must have secrets of his own; black secrets, by the look of him; secrets compared to which poor Jekyll's worst would be like sunshine. The Strange Case of Dr. The collection contains Stevenson's first published fiction, and a few of the stories are considered by some critics to be his best work, as well as pioneering works in the English short story tradition. Stevenson was a Scottish novelist, poet, and traveling writer who wore classics like Treasure Island, Kidnapped and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

From Edinburgh to Samoa, Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scot who became a world citizen; as a writer he has a large following in many countries. The interlinked studies in this volume deploy his work as the base for an exploration of cultural crosscurrents in the late 19th century and beyond, suggesting relationships with such European figures as Dostoyevsky, Rilke and Jung. Particular attention is paid to Stevenson's bearings on the Symbolist movement, as evident in his association with the French writer Marcel Schwob. Concentrating initially on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and on puritan repression versus unbridled energy, the book points to the deeper universal significance of the Hyde figure and its related archetypes in other works by Stevenson and throughout Scottish, English, European, American and Third World literatures and cultures. With chapters entitled 'Hellish Energy', 'Masks and Mirrors', 'The Damnation of Faust' and 'Underground and Labyrinth', this book is for those who are fascinated by a writer at once approachable and enigmatic.