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Robert Louis Stevenson - Escape Game de Christelle Metivier-Liaigre est mis à disposition selon les termes de la licence Creative Commons Attribution - Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale - Partage dans les Mêmes Conditions 4.0 International.

Imagined and carried out by Ms Christelle Metivier-Liaigre.English teacher at Collège Pierre Dézarnaulds, Châtillon-sur-Loire (45)

Find out who this man is and why he is here first.

To read before starting

Read carefully the information, tips and advice:look for the icon

Find out who this man is and why he is here first.

Imagined and carried out by Ms Christelle Metivier-Liaigre.English teacher at Collège Pierre Dézarnaulds, Châtillon-sur-Loire (45)

Robert Louis Stevenson - Escape Game de Christelle Metivier-Liaigre est mis à disposition selon les termes de la licence Creative Commons Attribution - Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale - Partage dans les Mêmes Conditions 4.0 International.

Read the text then do the exercise.

Do the exercise and note the password to enter the game

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Robert Louis Stevenson.Find his passport and prove he's not German.Find two of his novels and prove he is a great writer.

Do as much as you can to release Stevenson.There's a lot to do : share out the enigmas between yourselves.

You should start here, it is not too difficult.

Find out who this woman is and where she is staying.She has Stevenson's passport.

Find out the code to enter the Commissary's office first.

Do this exercise and find out the code to enter the commissary's office.

This exercise will give you the second part of a code to enter the library and find Treasure Island.In the library, you will find an extract to read when you are in the Commissary's office.

You will get the first part of the code to enter the library and find Treasure IslandTo get the second part of the code, click on the map.Once in the library, you will find an extract to read when you are in the Commissary's office.

Do 2 exercises and find out the code to enter the library.Once in the library you'll find Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and the extract to translate when you are in the Commissary's office.

Click on Stevenson's diary and download the extract from Across the plains.It may be useful to decode one of the passwords.

Robert Lewis (later: “Louis”) Stevenson was born in Edinburgh on 13 November 1850. His father Thomas belonged to a family of engineers who had built many of the deep-sea lighthouses around the rocky coast of Scotland. His mother, Margaret Isabella Balfour, came from a family of lawyers and church ministers. In 1857 the family moved to 17 Heriot Row, a solid, respectable house in Edinburgh’s New Town.Source : http://robert-louis-stevenson.org/life/

We advise to take notes.

In the mid to late 1870s, RLS was often at Barbizon, Grez-sur-Loing and the nearby Fontainebleau region of France.Source : robert-louis-stevenson.org

During this period, these areas were thriving artistic communities, a refuge to aspiring artists. Robert Louis Stevenson not only experienced the Bohemian French lifestyle during his visits here with his cousin, he also met Fanny Van de Grift Osbourne, the woman who would later be his wife.Source :http://robert-louis-stevenson.org

Robert Louis Stevenson spent three days in Grez in August 1875, and later at the end of the month set off from there on a walking tour up the Loing valley. There is now a 154 km Stevenson trail from Grez to Châtillon following his walk.When RLS was next in Grez, in September 1876, he was to have an extremely significant encounter : he met Fanny van de Grift Osbourne, the woman who would later be his wife.Source : robert-louis-stevenson.org

Read the texts and discover where Robert Louis Stevenson travelled before his arrival in Châtillon-sur-Loire. We advise to take notes, especially the name of the woman he met.

Do you remember the name of the lady Robert Louis Stevenson met in Grez-sur-Loing.Click on her portrait and get Stevenson's passport.Be careful !If you're wrong you 'll go back at the very beginning.If you are not sure, go backwards.

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Click on the extract and download a copy then go back into the cell.

If you have the first and the second part of the code, enter the library.If you have the first part only, go back into the cell and click on the map to get the second part.

You need a code to enter the library and find Treasure Island.Did you click on the tobacco box and get the first part of the code ?Tobacco box

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Click on the extract and get a copy of it.Go back into the cell then go into the commissary's office.Once you are in the office, read this extract ofTreasure Island.

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