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Ten Character Profiles from Treasure Island

Summary: Discusses the novel Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Provides 10 character profiles from the book. Each profile contains a description of the character, a quote, and an explanation as to why the character was in the book.
Jim Hawkins is a teenage boy who lives with his mother. He is the main character in this book. His father died and therefore, he is the one who runs the inn that they own. He is a polite boy who takes care of his mother and does not deal with "bad" people, with his own free will. He starts out as a young and naïve boy who, throughout the story, matures in stature and mind. I think that Stevenson would describe him as a kind boy who is truthful and tries to be fair. But, at the same time, he is scared of what could happen to him on the island.

In this book, he has a very crucial role. He finds Flint's treasure map and goes on the journey to find it. Jim also finds out about the mutiny that the pirates are planning so...

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