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Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Moral Emblems,' republished by DigiCat Publishing, represents the enduring legacy of human thought and creativity, meticulously reproduced for contemporary audiences. Stevenson's work, known for its engaging prose and profound content, is a collection that reflects on ethical values through a series of thought-provoking aphorisms and brief parables. The literary style is indicative of Stevenson's masterful use of language, and the book is contextualized within the broader Victorian concerns with morality and propriety. This edition ensures that the nuances and breadth of Stevenson's moral contemplations are preserved and accessible for new generations of readers, showcasing the convergence of aesthetic form and ethical function which Stevenson so adeptly navigates in his work.
As an illustrious figure in literary history, Robert Louis Stevenson often grappled with the complexities of ethical life, a theme permeating much of his writing. Stevenson's multifaceted career as a novelist, poet, and travel writer is characterized by a perpetual exploration of the human condition. 'Moral Emblems' may well be considered a distillation of his philosophical inquiries, where Stevenson translates his own experiences and observations into universal lessons. The influence of his Scottish heritage, coupled with his broad literary and personal journeys, brings an authenticity and depth to this work that only Stevenson could render with such eloquent brevity.
This new edition of 'Moral Emblems' comes highly recommended for readers who appreciate classical literature with philosophical depth. Stevenson aficionados and new readers alike will find value in the book's reflective passages, which invite introspection on moral issues that are as relevant today as they were in Stevenson's time. DigiCat Publishing successfully ensures that 'Moral Emblems' remains a poignant testament to Stevenson's literary prowess and his insightful perspective on the moral landscapes that shape our lives.


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Robert Louis Stevenson
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Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
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Moral Emblems
Biografía del Autor
<p>Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a prolific Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer known for his adventurous and imaginative works. Stevenson\'s contribution to literature spans a variety of genres and reflects his intellectual depth and storytelling prowess. Born in Edinburgh, he inherited a propensity for writing from his lighthouse engineer family but diverted from the expected path of engineering to pursue law and, ultimately, literature. Stevenson\'s ill health shadowed much of his life, leading him to seek solace and better climates abroad, influences visible in his later works. His most acclaimed novels?\'Treasure Island\', \'Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde\', and \'Kidnapped\'?epitomize his mastery in weaving tales of suspense and psychological complexity. He possesses a distinctive literary style characterized by vivid characterization, intimate narrative voice, and an innate ability to explore the duality of human nature. Curiously, \'Moral Emblems\' stands somewhat apart in Stevenson\'s oeuvre?a testament to his versatility. It exhibits his playful engagement with literature and features a collection of short fables, showcasing his wit and moral contemplation. Stevenson\'s impact on literature is enduring, and his works remain cherished for their narrative flair and moral depth. He is recognized not only as a central figure of Victorian literature but also as an enduring literary voice whose stories captivate readers well into the modern era.</p>
ISBN: 8596547171003
Referencia: BW1037926951

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