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Book Review of "Kidnapped"

Summary: The theme of religious conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Scotland in "Kidnapped," a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Setting

The setting of the story was Scotland, 1751. The setting is very important in the story, because there was a battle going on in this time between the Protestants and the Catholics. Most of this was concentrated in Northern Scotland, where the story takes place. This also sets the conflict between two characters, David Balford and Alan (who was a year older than David was.)

Characters

The main character (protagonist) of the story is David Balfour. He is seventeen years old, and his father just recently passed away. His uncle is sending him away from home to have him cope with the loss of his father in a new area. He feels that this journey will help him, and he will enjoy himself wile he is gone.

The method of characterization is direct, because David is telling you the story in first-person point of view. He...

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