Table of contents for Robert Louis Stevenson : writer of boundaries / edited by Richard Ambrosini and Richard Dury.

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Contents
Preface				000
Acknowledgements			000
Introduction			000
Abbreviations			000
I. THE PLEASURES OF READING, WRITING AND POPULAR CULTURE
Stevenson, Morris, and the Value of Idleness				000
Stephen Arata
Living in a Book: RLS as an Engaged Reader			000
R. L. Abrahamson
The Four Boundary-Crossings of R. L. Stevenson, Novelist and Anthropologist			000
Richard Ambrosini
Stevenson and the (Un)familiar: The Aesthetics of Late-Nineteenth Century Biography			000
Liz Farr
The Greenhouse vs. the Glasshouse: Stevenson's Stories as Textual Matrices			000
Nathalie Jaëck
Trading Texts: negotiations of the professional and the popular in the case of Treasure Island			000
Glenda Norquay
Stevenson and Popular Entertainment			000
Stephen Donovan
Tontines, Tontine Insurance, and Commercial Culture: Stevenson and Osbourne's The WrongBox			000
Gordon Hirsch
II. SCOTLAND AND THE SOUTH SEAS
The Master of Ballantrae, or The Writing of Frost and Stone			000
Jean-Pierre Naugrette
Quarrelling with the Father			000
Luisa Villa 
Figures in a Landscape: Scott, Stevenson and Routes to the Past			000
Jenni Calder
Burking the Scottish Body: Robert Louis Stevenson and the Resurrection Men			000
Caroline McCracken-Flesher
Stevenson's Unfinished Autopsy of the 'Other'			000
Ilaria B. Sborgi
Voices of the Scottish Empire			000
Manfred Malzahn
Stevenson and the Property of Language: Narrative, Value, Modernity			000
Robbie B. H. Goh
Light, Darkness, and Shadow: Stevenson in the South Seas			000
Ann C. Colley
Violence In The South Seas: Stevenson, The Eye, And Desire			000
Ralph Parfect
Cruising With Robert Louis Stevenson: The South Seas From Journal To Fiction			000
Oliver S. Buckton
III. EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY, MASCULINITY AND DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE
Stevenson, Romance, and Evolutionary Psychology			000
Julia Reid
Robert Louis Stevenson and Nineteenth-Century Theories of Evolution: Crossing the Boundaries Between Ideas and Art			000
Olena M.Turnbull
Crossing the Bounds of Single Identity: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and a Paper in a French Scientific Journal			000
Richard Dury
"City of Dreadful Night": Stevenson's Gothic London			000
Linda Dryden
Pious Works: Aesthetics, Ethics and the Modern Individual in Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde			000
Richard J. Walker
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: A 'Men's Narrative' of Hysteria and Containment			000
Jane V. Rago
Consumerism and Stevenson's Misfit Masculinities			000
Dennis Denisoff
"Markheim" and the Shadow of the Other			000
Michela Vanon Alliata
IV. TEXTUAL AND CULTURAL CROSSINGS
Masters of the Hovering Life: Robert Musil and R. L. Stevenson			000
Alan Sandison
Whitman and Thoreau as Literary Stowaways in Stevenson's American Writings			000
Wendy R. Katz
The Pirate Chief in Salgari, Stevenson and Calvino			000
Ann Lawson Lucas
Murder by Suggestion: El sueño de los héroes and The Master of Ballantrae			000
Daniel Balderston
Contributors			000
Index			000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894 -- Criticism and interpretation.