The real treasure has never been found, despite more than expeditions to the island. Livesey, Ben Gunn, and the others fire on the pirate band, which scatters throughout the island. He is eager and enthusiastic to go to sea and hunt for treasure.
Among other minor characters whose names are not revealed are the four pirates who were killed in an attack on the stockade along with Job Anderson; the pirate killed by the honest men minus Jim Hawkins before the attack on the stockade; the pirate shot by Squire Trelawney when aiming at Israel Hands, who later died of his injuries; and the pirate marooned on the island along with Tom Morgan and Dick.
He spends his part of the treasure on his education, marries, and becomes part owner of a full-rigged ship. While dying, he gives his treasure map to Billy Bones. Doctor Livesey comes by the fort as part of their truce and treats the injured and sick pirates. Jim is often impulsive and impetuous, but he exhibits increasing sensitivity and wisdom.
He is the second messenger to approach Billy Bones and the one to deliver the Black Spot.
Jim, meanwhile, has slipped ashore with the pirates and gone off exploring on his own. Timeframe[ edit ] Stevenson deliberately leaves the exact date of the novel obscure, Hawkins writing that he takes up his pen "in the year of grace 17—.
April Learn how and when to remove this template message Stevenson conceived the idea of Treasure Island originally titled, The Sea Cook: Eventually they find the treasure cache — empty. He decides to bring the papers to Doctor Livesey, the local judge.
Jim rows out to the ship, cuts the line attaching it to its anchor, and watches it get caught in the current. At their first port, where they will sign on more crew, Silver steals a bag of money and escapes. In the next few days they load the treasure onto the ship, abandon the three remaining mutineers with supplies and ammunition and sail away.
Jim returns to the stockade but finds it occupied by the pirates. Treasure Island was in part inspired by R. A Story for Boys from a map of an imaginary, romantic island idly drawn by Stevenson and his stepson Lloyd Osbourne on a rainy day in Braemar, Scotland.
A pirate whistles " Lillibullero " Silver refers to "three hundred and fifty thousand" pieces of eight at the "fishing up of the wrecked plate ships".
Long John Silver is sure the pirates are going to rise up against him if he shows his confusion or any sign of weakness. The next morning Silver appears under a flag of truce, offering terms that Captain Smollett refuses, and revealing that another pirate has been killed in the night by Ben Gunn, Jim realizes, although Silver does not.
Main characters[ edit ] This section may contain an excessive amount of intricate detail that may interest only a particular audience. Abraham Gray, the loyal sailor, saves his money and starts a good life. Jim, separated from the rest of the loyal crew, finds an Englishman marooned on the island, Ben Gunn, who agrees to help in return for a share of the treasure and safe passage to England.
Smollett is a real professional, taking his job seriously and displaying significant skill as a negotiator.
A century later, novels such as S. Two more books followed: Pieces of Eight and Skull and Bones Livesey, Trelawney and Gunn, in a last stand, overcome the pirates. Jim climbs down from the ship, wades to shore, and climbs back up to the fort.
Only the captain, Smollett, is trustworthy. Until, that is, a sunburned sailor singing, "Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum!
In the morning Dr.
The other manservant of Squire Trelawney.The setting of this story is described by young Jim Hawkins as the book begins: "Squire Trelawney, Dr. Livesey, and the rest of these gentlemen having asked me to write down the whole particulars about Treasure Island, from the beginning to the end, keeping nothing back but the bearings of the.
A short summary of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. This free synopsis covers all the crucial plot points of Treasure Island. Summary of Treasure Island Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson tells the story of Jim, a young boy who watches over an inn in an English seaside town with his mother and his gravely ill father.
"Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson is a classic tale of a young boy named Jim Hawkins who finds a map of a pirate treasure island in the mids. He and his compatriots find the island, overcome a crew of mutinous pirates and return to England with the treasure. A pirate named Billy Bones.
Free summary and analysis of the events in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island that won't make you snore. We promise. The local physician, Dr.
Livesey, deduces that the map is of an island where the pirate Flint buried a vast treasure. The district squire, Trelawney, proposes buying a ship and going after the treasure, taking Livesey as ship's doctor and Jim as cabin boy.Download