In a recent article in The Times Literary Supplement John Sutherland discusses the complex composition history of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, in particular why “the line between ‘influence’ and ‘plagiarism’ is never easy to trace.”
In the recently published Broadview Edition of this classic adventure story, Sutherland expands on his discussion of Stevenson’s “plundering” of other writers; he also touches on the author’s writer’s block, and the surprisingly disturbing and complex nature of what was meant to be a children’s story.
Broadview will be attending the following conferences this season. We hope to see you there! ————————————————————————————– FEBRUARY: American Philosophical Association, Central Division meeting February 15-18 in Chicago, IL MARCH: Northeast Modern Language Association meeting March 15-18 in Rochester, NY The Conference on College Composition and Communication March 21-24 in St. Louis, MO APRIL: American Philosophical…
A new semester is upon us and with that comes yet another exciting list of new and forthcoming publications from Broadview. Here is a quick look at what you can expect to see coming off the presses this season:
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