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" I know I am at a climacteric for all men who live by their wits, so I do not despair. But the truth is I am pretty nearly useless at literature, and I will ask you to spare St. Ives when it goes to you; it is a sort of Count Robert of Paris. "
McClure's Magazine ... - Página 530
1895
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Vailima Letters: Being Correspondance Addressed by Robert Louis Stevenson to ...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895 - 392 páginas
...spared over the ungrateful canvas ; and it will not come together, and I must live, and my family. Were it not for my health, which made it impossible,...was young, which might have now supported me during these ill years. But do not suppose me to be down in anything else ; 1 It seemed an obvious duty to...
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Vailima Letters, Volumen2

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895 - 308 páginas
...delivered my mind, I would like it, I think, to be made public. But the other part of me regimbs.1 I know I am at a climacteric for all men who live...truth is I am pretty nearly useless at literature, and I will ask you to spare St. Ives when it goes to you ; it is a sort of Count Robert of Paris. But...
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Adventures in Criticism

Arthur Quiller-Couch - 1896 - 456 páginas
...undiminished." Mr. Colvin is thinking, no doubt, of passages such as this, from the very last letter : — " I know I am at a climacteric for all men who live...was young, which might have now supported me during these ill years. But do not suppose me to be down in anything else ; only, for the nonce, my skill...
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Adventures in Criticism

Arthur Quiller-Couch - 1896 - 448 páginas
...undiminished." Mr. Colvin is thinking, no doubt, of passages such as this, from the very last letter :— " I know I am at a climacteric for all men who live...it not for my health, which made it impossible, I L mt uBu c ID IDT '"*f *^ tt iDijn^wm*icE tcni j did not stick to an hones: conmiorTjuaz TTO* »-ncr...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson: Correspondence addressed to ...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1896 - 366 páginas
...my mind, I would like it, I think, to be made public. But 1894 the other part of me regimhs.1 Oct' I know I am at a climacteric for all men who live...truth is I am pretty nearly useless at literature, and I will ask you to spare St. Ives when it goes to you; it is a sort of Count Rohert of Paris. But...
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The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson ...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1896 - 352 páginas
...my mind, I would like it, I think, to be made public. But 1894 the other part of me regimbs.1 OctI know I am at a climacteric for all men who live by...truth is I am pretty nearly useless at literature, and I will ask you to spare St. Ives when it goes to you; it is a sort of Count Rohert of Paris. But...
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Correspondence Addressed to Sidney Colvin: November 1890 to October 1894

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1896 - 354 páginas
...306 mind, I would like it, I think, to be made public. But 1894 the other part of me regimhs.1 OctI know I am at a climacteric for all men who live by...truth is I am pretty nearly useless at literature, and I will ask you to spare St. Ives when it goes to you; it is a sort of Count Rohert of Paris. But...
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Personal Sketches of Recent Authors

Hattie Tyng Griswold - 1898 - 398 páginas
...overwork and the conclusion of the excruciating ' Ebb-Tide.' " Shortly before his death he wrote : — " I know I am at a climacteric for all men who live...commonplace trade when I was young, which might have supported me during all these ill years. But do not suppose me to be down in anything else ; only,...
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Robert Louis Stevenson's Edinburgh Days

Evelyn Blantyre Simpson - 1898 - 354 páginas
...fight with his father, and some of Mr. Stevenson's arguments in favour of his sure profession, says : " Were it not for my health, which made it impossible,...common-place trade when I was young, which might have supported me during these ill years. But you men with salaries don't know how a family weighs on a...
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What Shall Our Boys Do for a Living ?

Charles Frederick Wingate - 1898 - 312 páginas
...so as to be self-supporting in case they lost their crowns. In 1894 Kobert Louis Stevenson wrote : " Were it not for my health, which made it impossible,...not stick to an honest, commonplace trade when I was still young, which would have now supported me during all these ill years." No calling should be avoided...
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