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Not I! - last page (detail)

Not I! - last page (detail)

Detail of the last page of Not I!

The Foolhardy Geographer - Blemish

The Foolhardy Geographer - Blemish

Detail of a woodcut from The Graver and the Pen

The Map

The Map

Woodcut

The Marguerite - proof

The Marguerite - proof

Woodblock print

The Smuggler's cove
'Moral Emblems' Title page Second edition

'Moral Emblems' Title page Second edition

Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edinburgh, Longmans Green and Co, vol. 28, 1898, p. 105.

Advertisement of 'Moral Emblems' edition de luxe

Advertisement of 'Moral Emblems' edition de luxe

Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edinburgh, Longmans Green and Co, vol. 28, 1898, p. 105.

Advertisement of 'Moral Emblems' second collection

Advertisement of 'Moral Emblems' second collection

Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edinburgh, Longmans Green and Co, vol. 28, 1898, p. 107.

Alone above the stream it stands

Alone above the stream it stands

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Black Canyon - advertisement

Black Canyon - advertisement

Advertisement for Black Canyon, published by and credited to Lloyd Osbourne.

Broad-gazing on untrodden lands

Broad-gazing on untrodden lands

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Come lend me an attentive ear

Come lend me an attentive ear

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Industrious pirate ! see him sweep

Industrious pirate ! see him sweep

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Lord Nelson and the tar

Lord Nelson and the tar

Woodcut reproduced in Robert Louis Stevenson, Illustrator, a 1896 articlee by Joseph Pennell.

Mark, printed on the opposite page

Mark, printed on the opposite page

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Martial Elegy for some lead Soldiers

Martial Elegy for some lead Soldiers

First issue of Martial Elegy for some lead Soldiers, a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson printed and published by Lloyd Osbourne in Davos.

Moral Emblems - Last page

Moral Emblems - Last page

Last page of Moral Emblems by Robert Louis Stevenson printed and published by Lloyd Osbourne in Davos.

Moral Emblems - Title page

Moral Emblems - Title page

Title page of Moral Emblems by Robert Louis Stevenson printed and published by Lloyd Osbourne in Davos.

Moral Emblems 1921

Moral Emblems 1921

Title page of the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd Osbou... More

Moral Emblems

Moral Emblems

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Not I, and Other Poems

Not I, and Other Poems

Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edinburgh, Longmans Green and Co, vol. 28, 1898, p. 85.

Not I! - last page

Not I! - last page

Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Edinburgh, Longmans Green and Co, vol. 28, 1898, p. 92.

Not I! - Autograph

Not I! - Autograph

Autograph letter from Robert Louis Stevenson to Lloyd Osbourne. Original from the Huntington Library

Now long enough had day endured

Now long enough had day endured

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

Reader, your soul upraise to see

Reader, your soul upraise to see

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

S. L. Osbourne & Co Advertisement

S. L. Osbourne & Co Advertisement

Advertisement for Sam Lloyd Osbourne printing operation in Davos

See how the children in the print

See how the children in the print

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

See in the print how, moved by him

See in the print how, moved by him

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The Abbot for a walk went out

The Abbot for a walk went out

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The careful angler chose his nook

The careful angler chose his nook

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The echoing bridge you here may see

The echoing bridge you here may see

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The first pine to the second said

The first pine to the second said

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The first to bound upon the deck

The first to bound upon the deck

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The frozen peaks he once explored

The frozen peaks he once explored

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The Graver and the Pen - Advertisement

The Graver and the Pen - Advertisement

Advertisement for The Graver and the Pen, a book of verses and illustrations written and engraved by Robert Louis Stevenson and published in Kingussie by Samuel Lloyd Osbourne.

The howling desert miles around

The howling desert miles around

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The Marguerite

The Marguerite

Woodcut engraved by Robert Louis Stevenson, text by hist father Thomas Stevenson, printed by his stepson Lloyd Osbourne.

The perilous seas I still avoided

The perilous seas I still avoided

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More

The Surprise - First issue

The Surprise - First issue

First issue of The Surprise, self published by Lloyd Osbourne, featuring an abridged version of Not I!, a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Surprise - advertisement

The Surprise - advertisement

Advertisement for The Surprise, an amateur newspaper published by Lloyd Osbourne, Robert Louis Stevenson's stepson, then aged 12.

With storms a-weather, rocks a-lee

With storms a-weather, rocks a-lee

Illustration from the 1921 edition of Moral Emblems and Other Poems. This woodcut was made by Stevenson in 1881 during his stay in Davos, in Switzerland, with his wife Fanny and her twelve years old son Lloyd O... More