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When Stevenson finished Kidnapped in the spring of 1886, he sold it first as a serial to Young Folks magazine. The magazine first published the story on May 1, 1886 and the novel was published in book form in July 1886. Kidnapped follows the travels of the young David Balfour in the year 1751. His mother and father now both dead, he leaves his home village and heads to Crammond on the outskirts of Edinburgh to meet his uncle Ebenezer at the House of Shaws, where he hopes to start to make his way in life.

  • Electric Book Company; January 1999
  • ISBN: 978-3-511-29372-7
  • Title: Kidnapped
  • Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Imprint: Electric Book Company
  • Language: English

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