Lo Strano Caso Del Dr Jekyll E Mr Hyde

Autore: Robert Louis Stevenson
Editore: Giunti Editore
ISBN: 8809812379
Grandezza: 77,16 MB
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ePub: FL2881

The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde And Other Stories

Autore: Robert Louis Stevenson
Editore: Race Point Publishing
ISBN: 1627889973
Grandezza: 20,89 MB
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Discover the mesmerizing tale of two personalities in a war over the soul of one man. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a tale of Victorian horror. The personalities of the pleasant Dr. Jekyll and the violent Mr. Hyde vie for control over a single body. This gothic horror novel is presented alongside five short stories by author Robert Louis Stevenson, including "A Lodging for the Night" and "The Isle of Voices." This elegantly designed edition features a new introduction by Allen Grove. The Knickerbocker Classics bring together the essential works of classic authors from around the world in stunning editions to be collected and enjoyed.

The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

Autore: Robert Louis Stevenson
Grandezza: 77,13 MB
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Dr. Jekyll invented a drug that would change him into the ominous Mr. Hyde. His evil nature, however, became the stronger part of him and to his horror, he no longer needed the formula to transform his appearance.

Lo Strano Caso Del Dr Jekyll E Mr Hyde E Altri Racconti Dell Orrore Ediz Integrale

Autore: Robert L. Stevenson
ISBN: 9788854191211
Grandezza: 48,77 MB
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Sulle Orme Del Dottor Jekyll E Del Signor Hyde Percorsi E Riflessioni

Autore: Luigi Murolo
Editore: La Riflessione
ISBN: 8862111096
Grandezza: 13,60 MB
Formato: PDF
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Leggere Lo Strano Caso Del Dott Jekyll E Del Signor Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson

Autore: Carla Aira
Editore: Carla Aira
ISBN: 889257440X
Grandezza: 51,76 MB
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Questi brevi testi cercano di introdurre gli studenti alla letteratura dei classici in lingua inglese, inserendoli nel proprio con testo storico letterario senza tralasciare i cenni più importanti sulla vita dell'autore. These brief notes aim to introduce students to classics by writers belonging to the English speaking world. All these works are analysed in their social, historical and literary period.

Lo Strano Caso Del Dr Jekyll E Mr Hyde Ediz Integrale

Autore: Robert Louis Stevenson
ISBN: 9788854152670
Grandezza: 42,91 MB
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Lo Strano Caso Del Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde

Autore: Gino Andrea Carosini
Editore: Logus mondi interattivi
ISBN: 8898062613
Grandezza: 15,14 MB
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Silenziosa, nella nebbia londinese, si aggira l'ombra di un assassino. Il suo nome è Hyde. Prototipo di tutti i serial killer futuri, sinistro anticipatore, egli risveglia le nostre coscienze e tutto ciò che di nero le riempiono. Frutto di un sogno, Stevenson scrisse questo memorabile romanzo breve in poco tempo e lo lesse alla moglie che, indignata dall'argomento, lo bruciò nel caminetto. Lo scrittore non si dette per vinto e lo riscrisse nuovamente donandoci non solo un capolavoro della letteratura horror ma un capolavoro tout-court. In formato fumetto dalla splendida matita penetrante e misteriosa di Gino Carosini, questo è anche il primo ebook della collana ClassiComics, i classici a fumetti.

The Body Snatcher

Autore: Robert Louis Stevenson
Editore: Edition Lempertz
ISBN: 3945152100
Grandezza: 25,22 MB
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The Gothic tale of "The Body Snatcher" concerns a young medical student's dealings with grave robbers who provide corpses to dissect and study—a practice that takes on increasingly sinister dimensions.

European Stevenson

Autore: Richard Ambrosini
Editore: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 144381623X
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Edinburgh, late 1860s. Two young gentlemen, their heads buzzing with ideas and artistic ambitions, hang over North Bridge “watching the trains start southward and longing to start too,” the Walter Scott Monument a short way behind them, but their eyes fixed on the tracks leading South, to London and the Continent. In their Introduction the editors see this scene with his painter cousin as symbolically significant for Robert Louis Stevenson’s writing career. Through his connection with Europe, and especially France, he participated in an international exchange of ideas on art which led him in the 1870s to reinvent his relationship with his national literary tradition by exploring a variety of essayistic forms. He would eventually confront the shadow of the Scott Monument when he turned to novel writing in the ‘80s, but the nature of his innovations as a novelist cannot be understood without taking into account the lessons he learned in France. The papers that follow first explore the way Stevenson’s world-view and cultural background interacted with European landscape, literature and painting in that key early decade. Later chapters examine the influence of Stevenson on European writers (Proust, Cocteau, Brecht and Calvino) and on other creative artists. The volume aims to show how European culture contributed to Stevenson’s greatest achievements and then to explain why, with Stevenson ignored by Anglo-American critics for most of the twentieth century, he still remained an admired model for Europeans.