Robert Louis Stevenson

November 13, 2010 by Post Team 

Robert Louis Stevenson, Yo ho ho: Google is celebrating the 160th birthday of Robert Louis Stevenson with a special drawing for Oceania.

Google celebrates birthday 160, Scottish novelist Robert Louis Stevenson with a “doodle” in New Zealand and Australia their home pages.

The California-based company has a tradition of holding special events by drawing doodles detailing the letters of his name. More than 700 have been designed at the international level.

The drawing contains new pictures of the famous novel by Stevenson, Treasure Island.

The first letter G can be seen on the board of pirates, in the compass of the map, another S in the mountains, G on the boat, L on the flag of the pirates and the end point E on the treasure box.

Robert Louis Stevenson was born in 1850 and was a famous novelist and travel writer. His most famous works include Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Stevenson spent years sailing the Pacific, and spent time in Tahiti and Samoa and New Zealand.

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