Songs of Travel and Other Verses

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Songs of Travel and Other Verses is an 1896 book of poetry by Robert Louis Stevenson. Originally published by Chatto & Windus,[1] it explores the author's perennial themes of travel and adventure. The work gained a new public and popularity when it was set to music in Songs of Travel by Ralph Vaughan Williams.

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  1. ^ Wiliam Lyon Phelps (2006). Essays On Modern Novelists. Kessinger Publishing. p. 288.