Travels in Hawaii
- About the Book
In 1899 a chartered yacht, the Casco, brought to Honolulu Robert Louis Stevenson and his family. The writer was then already at the height of his popularity in Europe and the United States. He spent the next six months and another, shorter period in 1893 in the Hawaiian Islands, participating in the life of the “royal crowd” and enjoying the best health of a lifetime plagued with illness. Travels in Hawaii brings together many of the diverse works from a romantic interlude in the career of this famous writer.
- About the Author(s)
Robert Louis Stevenson, Author
A. Grove Day, EditorA. Grove Day was a leading authority on the literature of the Pacific.