1850 - 1894
author of fiction works that have become legendary in children's literature.
Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson spent much of his life travelling to find a location that would ease his chronic bronchial illness, and, in doing so, was inspired to write about places and characters that have become legendary in children's literature.
Stevenson's works of fiction made him a celebrity throughout the Western world, and these stories have almost all been in publication since. They explore the relationship between sin and evil, and the potential for moral corruption to exist below the superficialities of society.
Jekyll and Hyde: The Authentic Self -- The dual personalities of Jekyll and Hyde act as a foil to each other while still existing as part of the same individual