Treasure Island Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. According to Chapter I, how does the story of Treasure Island come to be written?

According to Chapter I, the story of Treasure Island comes to be written through Squire Trelawney, Livesey and others urging Jim to record it.

2. How does the old sailor terrorize the customers at the inn in Chapter I?

In Chapter I, the old sailor terrorizes the customers at the inn with his coarse sailor’s songs and heavy drinking.

3. Who does the tall pale man ask about in Chapter II? How does Jim recognize who the man is asking for?

The tall pale man asks about the old sailor in Chapter II. Jim recognizes who the man is asking for because he says he is identifiable by a scar on his cheek.

4. Why is Billy unable to kill Black Dog in Chapter II?

Billy is unable to kill Black Dog in Chapter II because he suddenly has a stroke.

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