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How tall was Robert Louis Stevenson?
5 ft 9 Inch
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On December 3, 1894, at the age of 44, Stevenson died of a stroke. The natives carried his body to the peak of Mount Vaea, where they buried him. His poem "Requiem" is inscrib…ed on his gravestone as an epitaph: "Under the wide and starry sky, / Dig the grave and let me lie. / Glad did I live, and gladly die, / And I laid me down with a will. / This be the verse you grave for me: / "Here he lies where he longed to be. / Home is the sailor, home from the sea, / And the hunter home from the hill."
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He died of a brain hemorrhage.
He married Fanny van de Grift Osbourne in May 1880
Mount Vaea overlooking Vailima, Samoa (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&GRid=3770&PIgrid=3770&PIcrid=639815&PIpi=8942968&)
Yes, He was married to Fanny Osborne
He was a famous writer
No. He was an only child.
you would have to be pacific because he accomplished many things
Robert louis Stevenson was of scottish descent
Chips,beans and a scotch pie.
He believed that he can do something different than own the lighthouse engineering that has been owned by almost his whole family but he didn't want to so he started writing n…ovels, poems, essays, and travel writing and that is what he believed in.
He wrote in, or was inspired by, several countries. He was born and raised in Scotland, where he used his writing to help him overcome a childhood where he was frequently ill …and unable to go out and play with the other kids. Later, he traveled for health reasons (to get to better climates) and what he saw when he visited France influenced his work; he also visited the United States (California) and that too influenced his writing. He and his wife also visited the Hawaiian islands (which were not part of the United States at that time) and they then went to Samoa, which is where he died in 1894. All of his travels affected and influenced what he wrote during his life.
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