Treasure Island Essay | Treasure Island: Jim Hawkins Characterization

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Treasure Island: Jim Hawkins Characterization

Summary: Analyzes the novel, Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Discusses the characterization of Jim Hawkins. Describes how the character is transformed by his adventures.
Jim Hawkins who is the young hero of Treasure Island, written by Robert Louis Stevenson, exhibits many unique traits. As the story goes on, Jim transforms himself from being an easily frightened boy to a brave, quick-witted, young man. Hawkins presents morality, courageousness, and compassion.

The first trait Jim Hawkins exhibits is morality and rectitude. Jim is true to his word and will stop at nothing to stay with it. It is in his principles to take sides and to stick to what he believes is right. He takes honor in his word and keeps his dignity of a man deep within himself.

Although his father has passed away, Jim still cares for the inn, the Admiral Benbow, with his mother. He knows his heart is still heavy from his father's loss, yet his duty to move on takes over. Knowing that the situation is...

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