Treasure Island Essay | Treasure Island

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Treasure Island

Summary: Treasure Island is an adventure novel, written by Robert Lewis Stevenson. Jim Hawkins is a young boy, living with his mother in the Inn they run, called the Admiral Benbow. A frightening and mysterious old sea captain, rumored to be a famous pirate, who is living at the Inn, dies. Jim discovers a map in the captain's sea chest leading to "Treasure Island."
Treasure Island is an adventure novel, written by Robert Lewis Stevenson. Jim Hawkins is a young boy, living with his mother in the Inn they run, called the Admiral Benbow. A frightening and mysterious old sea captain, rumored to be a famous pirate, who is living at the Inn, dies. Jim discovers a map in the captain's sea chest leading to "Treasure Island." Jim shows this map to his friend Dr. Livesey and Squire Trelawney. A voyage is planned to search for the treasure, and Jim is signed on as a cabin boy by the Squire. The Squire also enlists a one legged veteran sailor, who now runs an Inn in Bristol. This man is Long John Silver, and he is to be the ship's cook. Silver also helps the Squire to find the remaining crew, and appears to be highly experienced, capable, likeable, and just about everything...

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