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Has been reading The Way We Live Now). March 'Crabbed Age and Youth' in Cornhill. 11 (Mon) Returns to London where he joins his parents. 15-19 At the Burford Bridge Inn, Box Hill, Dorking, with his mother. Here he meets George Meredith for the first time. RLS then returns to London, staying at 15 Savile Row. April 'Aes Triplex' in Cornhill. 'A Plea for Gas Lamps' in London. 26 (Tues) Returns to Edinburgh. 28 Publication of IV, his first published book. May 'Pan's Pipes' and 'El Dorado' in London.

April 5 (Wed) Death of Hervey Osbourne, Fanny Osbourne's youngest son, aged five. 15 To London en route for Barbizon, France. May 'Forest Notes' in Cornhill 18 (Thurs) Returns home to Edinburgh, where he resumes writing for the Cornhill. June 'Walking Tours' in Cornhill. 3 (Sat) Publishes a review of eight of Jules Verne's romances in The Academy. July At Swanston Cottage reading fifteenth-century prose (later used as background material for BA) and working on VP. Writes 'An Apology for Idlers'.

8 (Thurs) Completes work on the proofs of PO. 10 Adds a codicil to his will, requesting his wife to write his biography if she is willing to do so. 15? Writes to H. Rider Haggard praising his book King Solomon's Mines. 28 Writes to H e n r y James p r a i s i n g J a m e s ' s Princess Casamassima. Writes to William Archer: 'my theory is that literature must always be most at home in treating movement and change; hence I look for them'. 48 A Robert Louis Stevenson Chronology November Early in the month, writes to Henley praising Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, which he has been reading in a French translation.

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