An Overview of the Estimation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Essays

  1. Jose Luis Miras Orozco
Aldizkaria:
Verbeia: Journal of English and Spanish Studies = revista de estudios filológicos

ISSN: 2444-1333

Argitalpen urtea: 2022

Zenbakia: 7

Orrialdeak: 82-95

Mota: Artikulua

Beste argitalpen batzuk: Verbeia: Journal of English and Spanish Studies = revista de estudios filológicos

Adierazleak

Índice Dialnet de Revistas

  • Urtea 2022
  • Aldizkariaren eragin faktorea: 0,000
  • Eremua: FILOLOGÍA HISPÁNICA Kuartila: C4 Postua eremuan: 101/131
  • Eremua: FILOLOGÍA MODERNA Kuartila: C4 Postua eremuan: 42/51
  • Eremua: FILOLOGÍAS Kuartila: C4 Postua eremuan: 264/322

CIRC

  • Giza Zientziak: D

Laburpena

Robert Louis Stevenson's essayistic works are as prolific as they are formidable. Tracing down the critical milestones that brought in both the disaffection -erratic ill-informed appreciations by scholars and literary pundits-and their prompt reinstatement and subsequent revaluation in the hands of his more immediate staunch defenders, this article offers keys to an understanding of the complex and polyphonic quality of Stevenson's essays, evincing both their unexplored value and the tremendous need to rescue them from their debunking caused by the enormous popularity of his fiction.