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This Life I've Loved: An Autobiography.

This Life I've Loved: An Autobiography

Isobel Field

Great West Books

PO Box 1028, Lafayette, CA 94549

www.greatwestbooks.com

0944220185 $18.95 www.amazon.com

Isobel Field was the stepdaughter of Robert Louis Stevenson and published her autobiography in 1937, covering her life from birth until 1894, when she was just 35. Her colorful life and memoir tells of moves between mining camps in Texan and Nevada, months spent in the art worlds of Europe, and her father author Robert Louis Stevenson. A lively first- person observational style throughout keeps the stories alert and spicy.
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