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Treasure Island Treasure Island is s story of great sea adventure set in the 18th century when sea sailing and pirates were the order of the sea The author RL Stevenson combines bravery violence artful deceit heroism and greed for wealth into a powerful masterpiece that definitely deserves to be read at a sitting The story is mostly about how Jim Hawkins and his friends sail about the sea to find the mysterious Treasure Island which was the place where notorious Captain Flints buried his treasure after stealing it from the Spanish and other European cargoes It all begins when at Jims parent inn A sea Captain by the name Billy Bones arrives at the inn and request to be admission He remains at the inn for a while and kept warning Jim to look out for a one-legged man whom he believed to be dangerous Then one day a blind man called Blind Pew visits the Inn and gives Billy Bones the Black Spot- the mark of imminent death among pirate crews After Blind Pew leaves Billy collapses and dies of thundering apoplexy Jim finds a map in Billys sea chest just before Blind Pew returns with a band of sea pirates who wanted to find the chart of the Treasure Island Jim and his mother narrowly escapes from the Inn and leaves Blind Pew and his crew who ransacks the whole inn looking for the chart Jim takes the map to Squire Trelawney and Doctor Livesey who discovers that the map was telling the location of The Treasure Island where the notorious pirate and murderer Captain Flint had buried his gains Immediately the squire and the doctor decide to set sail and search for the Treasure Island The squire purchases a sturdy but rather small ship by the name Hispaniola He hires captain Smollet to head the crew and also invites the admirable one-legged Long John Silver to be the ships cook They
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