Robert Louis Stevenson as conceptual innovator

Suggestion from reader Sarah Brodsky: “Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Treasure Island at age 33 and A Child’s Garden of Verses at age 35. I think he was conceptual because he is remembered for these few major titles rather than for a body of work. Some of his less-famous novels, like The Black Arrow, are actually pretty bad.”

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