In 1881, Robert Louis Stevenson, on holiday with his parents and his 12-year-old stepson, drew a map of an imaginary island to amuse the boy. This prompted him to write Treasure Island , which was serialised in Young folks , Oct. 1881- Jan. 1882, held at British Library Newspapers . In 1883 Cassell & Co. brought out the first edition with no illustrations except the map redrawn by Stevenson ().
In the history of Bengali literature there has been only one pathbreaking literary movement by a group of poets and artists who called themselves Hungryalists .
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