Island Nights' Entertainments

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Island Nights' Entertainments  
Author Robert Louis Stevenson
Language English
Genre(s) Short stories
Release date 1893
Media type Print

Island Nights' Entertainments is a book of three short stories by Robert Louis Stevenson. It was published in 1893.[1] It is also known as South Sea Tales. The stories are "The Beach of Falesá", "The Bottle Imp", and "The Isle of Voices". The book was one of the last books Stevenson wrote. He died in 1894.

References[change | change source]

  1. The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson. Volume Seven, September 1890 - December 1892. Bradford A. Booth and Ernest Mehew (Editors). Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-06213-7