A new book by the controversial British author, Sir Robert, claims he was the first person to realise that he had a disease called lymphedema, which makes his eyes water and can make it difficult to speak.
His story was published in the book, which also includes a fictionalisation of the life of his friend and literary collaborator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The book claims Sir Robert was the “first to realise he had Lymphedemma” and was “unable to write”.
It also says Sir Robert met Conan Doyle and wrote a letter to him asking him to come to the UK.
Sir Robert died in 1871, aged 87.
He died at the age of 91.
The author’s daughter, who also writes a blog for the online publication The Telegraph, said the book was “a brilliant and deeply moving work of fiction, with an intimate portrait of Sir Arthur”.
The book, titled “The Strange Case of Sir Charles Stevenson”, was written by writer Emma Johnson, who has also written a biography of Sir Richard Burton, the first writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
It tells the story of how Sir Charles died in his sleep in 1879, aged 60, from lympedema.
The death was recorded in the London Times, but the details of the illness have never been released.
“Sir Charles Stevenson was one of the most fascinating men in British literature, and he’s one of our great heroes,” Emma Johnson said.
“He was the man who wrote the Sherlock Holmes stories, and the man that invented the double entendre.
He was the person who invented the word double entente.
He invented the ‘Crimson Tide’ and wrote the famous story of his adventures in the Atlantic, The Man Who Never Lived.”
But his greatest achievement, in my opinion, was his writing of ‘The Strange Place’ which he published in 1885, and which is one of my favourite novels ever written.
“It’s the story that made him famous, and I think he could have been a great writer, but it was all about the writing of a great novel, and what he would have known in his lifetime.”
Ms Johnson said she had “no idea” why Sir Charles had never written a novel before, and did not know whether the illness had affected him.
“I’ve heard people say that he wrote one, and others say he wrote three, but I’ve heard nothing from him about it,” she said.
The title of the book is “Strange Place”.
The author said Sir Charles’s illness was the reason he was “not writing novels”.
The mystery of Sir James Stevenson, who died in 1900, was one that would go on to become an enduring one.
The case of Sir Stevenson’s illness is known as the “Case of the Two Faces”, after a pair of witnesses who saw him after he was shot by a rival in 1884.
A book by a journalist, William Molesworth, who wrote a book about the case in the 1970s, wrote that the two witnesses saw a man with a black eye and “a bloody nose”.
The case has been referred to as “the case of the two faces” by historians.
But it was never formally solved.
The British Library has released an audio recording of an 1887 lecture by Sir James, in which he discusses his illness.
He said: “It was my most terrible illness.
In the lecture, he said: There are many writers who have written great novels, and many who have done much better than me. “
The first thing I do is go to my brother, who’s in America, and ask him to write a poem about my illness.”
In the lecture, he said: There are many writers who have written great novels, and many who have done much better than me.
But what has happened to me is that I have not had a single work published.
I don’t like the sound of that. “
And I tell him: ‘No, I won’t write a novel.
I don’t like the sound of that.
It makes me want to vomit.'”
The lecture was recorded by British radio broadcaster Sir Arthur Sullivan, and is now being broadcast on the BBC World Service.
The BBC is currently airing a programme called “The Case of the Black Eye”.
Ms Johnson, whose daughter Emma Johnson is the author of a biography, said her father “never stopped writing”.
“His great legacy was his story, his work, and his life.
His legacy is still being written and told,” she told the BBC.
We want to know more about his life and his illness, and that is what we hope the book will do.”