Vailima Letters - Vol. 2

By Robert Louis Stevenson; Sidney Colvin | Go to book overview

XL

Vailima, June 18th, '94.

MY DEAR COLVIN, -- You are to please understand that my last letter is withdrawn unconditionally. You and Baxter are having all the trouble of this Edition, and I simply put myself in your hands for you to do what you like with me, and I am sure that will be the best, at any rate. Hence you are to conceive me withdrawing all objections to your printing anything you please. After all, it is a sort of family affair. About the Miscellany Section, both plans seem to me quite good. Toss up. I think the Old Gardener has to stay where I put him last. It would not do to separate John and Robert.

1894 June

In short, I am only sorry I ever uttered a word about the edition, and leave you to be the judge. I have had a vile cold which has prostrated me for more than a fortnight,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 3
  • XIX 7
  • XX 40
  • XXI 44
  • XXIII 75
  • XXV 93
  • XXVI 105
  • XXVII 110
  • XXVIII 113
  • XXIX 124
  • XXX 138
  • XXXI 152
  • XXXII 175
  • XXXIII 178
  • XXXIV 190
  • XXXV 200
  • XXXVI 210
  • XXXVII 213
  • XXXVIII 216
  • XXXIX 224
  • XL 229
  • XLI 233
  • XLII 238
  • XLIII 243
  • XLIV 250
  • Epilogue. 260
  • Appendix. 268
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