Robert Louis Stevenson is not only remarkable for the number of works he produced in his twenty-year literary career, but also for the range of genres he adopted: essays, travel writing, short stories, novels and romances, as well as poetry, plays and biography. Stevenson also composed music for the flageolet. Within these genres, too, his output is remarkable for what Henry James calls his “constant variety of experiment”.
The Works pages are devoted to all of the works RLS produced (including a page on his music). You can browse the works by genre, in the left-hand menu, or chronologically in the menu below. Once you click on a work, you will find a brief synopsis and the full-text of the work, provided by the Internet Archive.
In ‘Editions‘ to find lists of Editions of RLS’s works (part of the RLS Archive), including Collected Editions, Recent Editions of his works, Editions Published in the UK from 1921-1960 and Illustrated Editions.
You will also find lists of RLS’s works translated into French, Italian, German and Spanish. In addition, you will find a Collector’s List of editions: Tiger Books compiles a yearly catalogue of first and early limited editions of RLS’s works that would interest serious collectors. Furthermore, you will find a list of Stevenson catalogues – these published bibliographies list editions of RLS’s works.
Finally, the Works Chronology is a complete listing, including publication details, of Stevenson’s works.
Virginibus Puerisque and Other Papers (1881)
Familiar Studies of Men and Books (1882)
New Arabian Nights (1882)
Treasure Island (1883)
The Silverado Squatters (1884)
“The Body Snatcher” (1884)
A Child’s Garden of Verses (1885)
More New Arabian Nights: The Dynamiter (w/ Fanny, 1885)
Prince Otto (1885)
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1886)
The Merry Men (1887)
Memories and Portraits (1887)
“The Misadventures of John Nicholson” (1887)
The Black Arrow (1888)
Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin (1888)
The Master of Ballantrae (1889)
The Wrong Box (with Lloyd, 1889)