Table of Contents Introduction 1. Adrian Poole "`A grand memory for forgetting': Stevenson and survival" 2. Peter Holbrook "Stevenson's Metaphysics" 3. Caroline McCracken-Flesher "The Wrecker: Unplacing Space in the South Seas" 4. Naomi Carle "Stratified Time in `Pavilion on the Links': A New Master Chronotope?" 5. Bridget Mellifont "Temporality and Text: Shapes of Time in R.L Stevenson's 'The Beach of Falesa' and 'Markheim'" 6. Ann Colley "Twaddle and Lies: Letters in Stevenson's Later Fiction" 7. Robert-Louis Abrahamson "The possession of one's mind by childish images": Random Memories 8. Roland Alexander "`On the rack': shame and imperialism in Robert Louis Stevenson's The Ebb-Tide" 9. Ken Gelder "R. L. Stevenson and Covenanter Gothic" 10. Graham Tulloch "A Footnote to History: Stevenson, the Past and the Samoan Present" 11. Linda Dryden "Monomaniacs, Evolutionary Science and the Influence of Stevenson in Wells's The Island of Doctor Moreau" 12. Brian Wall and Sarah Ames "Parallel Prosecutions: Mormon Polygamy and Evidentiary Doubt in The Dynamiter and A Study in Scarlet" 13. Mark Fitzpatrick "`Tout a Fait un Grand Ecrivain': Stevenson's Place in French Literary History" 14. AnaJulia Perrotti-Garcia "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as a literary and editorial phenomenon in Brazil" 15. Anthony Mandal "Hyde: Monsters, Mashups and the Gothic Body in the Twenty-First Century" Author bios Select Bibliography Index
Richard J. Hill is Assistant Professor of English at Chaminade University of Honolulu, USA.