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SWBST:Somebody named Jim Hawkins is the protagonist of the novel. He needed to carry on with his life as tranquil as conceivable at his family’s motel. Be that as it may, an old mariner named Bill, “Billy Bones”, came into the hotel drinking rum. While he was there a “seafaring man” shows up, overwhelms Bill and influences him to stroke out. So Jim Hawkins is left with Bill’s ocean chest, and him and his mom open it after Bill perishes. At that point Jim discovers some money, a map, and a journal. Jim at that point starts voyage to Fortune Island where he accepts there is a broad measure of fortune covered up.Main Characters : Jim Hawkins – A young man, son of the innkeeper. Very courageous and gallant. He is very eager and enthusiastic when it come to treasure hunting.1)” I was no sooner certain of this than I began to feel sick, faint, and terrified. The hot blood was running over my back and chest. The dirk, where it had pinned my shoulder to the mast, seemed to burn like a hot iron; yet it was not so much these real sufferings that distressed me … it was the horror I had upon my mind of falling from the cross-trees into that still green water beside the body of the coxswain. I clung with both hands till my nails ached, and I shut my eyes as if to cover up the peril. Gradually my mind came back again, my pulses quieted down to a more natural time, and I was once more in possession of myself.” 2)”The bar silver and the arms still lie, for all that I know, where Flint buried them; and certainly they shall lie there for me. Oxen and wain-ropes would not bring me back again to that accursed island; and the worst dreams that ever I have are when I hear the surf booming about its coasts, or start upright in bed, with the sharp voice of Captain Flint still ringing in my ears: ‘Pieces of eight! pieces of eight!” Long John Silver – The main antagonist of treasure island. Long John silver is the cook on the voyage to treasure island. He is the secrete leader of the pirates. 1) “Ah,” said Silver, “It were fortunate for me that I had Hawkins here. You would have let old John be cut to bits, and never given it a thought, doctor.” “Not a thought,” replied Dr. Livesey cheerily. 2) “I’m cap’n here by ‘lection. I’m cap’n here because I’m the best man by a long sea-mile. You won’t fight, as gentlemen o’ fortune should; then, by thunder, you’ll obey, and you may lay to it “Dr. David Livesey: The nearby specialist and justice. Dr. Livesey is astute and down to earth, and Jim regards however isn’t enlivened by him. A few years beforehand, he had been in the English Armed force which battled (and lost) the 1745 Clash of Fontenoy.3 Livesey shows presence of mind and balanced idea while on the island, and his plan to send Ben to spook the privateers uncovers a profound comprehension of human instinct. He is impartial, generously consenting to regard the privateers with the same amount of care as his own injured men. As his name proposes, Livesey speaks to the relentless, unassuming ethics of regular day to day existence as opposed to dream, dream, or enterprise.C. Setting :Fortune Island should be set in the eighteenth century, yet we don’t perceive any indications of this authentic disjunction from the time it was composed, aside from perhaps that privateers appear to be insignificantly more convincing in ye olde days than in the staid, exhausting nineteenth century. The key settings of Fortune Island don’t genuinely have a place with a specific time: Jim’s customary life in the Naval commander Benbow Hotel – and his uncommon encounters on Fortune Island – feel immortal. The main sense we get of when this novel may occur is from references to genuine men like Chief naval officer Edward Hawke (1705-1781) and Naval commander John Benbow (1653-1702), the namesake of Jim’s family motel. What’s substantially more vital to Fortune Island than time is put – which bodes well given that the title of the novel is one of its settings. The distinctive settings of the novel mirror the diverse phases of its plot advancement. Clearly, the experiences Jim can have in the Chief of naval operations Benbow Motel are altogether different from those he will experience on Fortune Island. The Chief of naval operations Benbow Hotel is a friendly space Jim imparts to his mom and dad. Insofar as his family life is in place, Jim is protected from experience. When his family life begins to change, be that as it may, experience comes to discover him as Billy Bones, previous first mate to privateer Skipper StoneD. Main Conflict : The main conflict is external. Jim, Squire Trelawney, Dr. Livesey, Commander Smollett, and his team scan for a fortune that Chief Rock, an old privateer, has left covered after his demise. They are tested by Rock’s previous crewmembers, who have deceived Trelawney into enlisting them to help sail to Fortune Island.E. Plot Outline : Exposition – Jim Experiences BIlly Bones, takes the fortune delineate his dead body, and passes it along to Specialist Livesey and Squire Trelawney. JIm Hawkins needed to get in an indistinguishable city from Specialist Livesey, Squire Trelawney, and his future foe, Long John Silver, to get ready for their campaign to Fortune Island. Rising Action – Before the Hispaniola leaves Bristol Harbor, Chief Smollett reveals to Squire Trelawney that something suspicious is going on. The Chief is an accomplished man, and he can see that the group Squire Trelawney procured are undisciplined and ruined. Squire Trelawney does not hear them out. Climax – Jim nodded off and caught Long John Silver clarifying his long haul intend to hold up until the point that they achieve Fortune Island, execute all the non privateers, take the gold for themselves. We realize that Long John Silver and the group are privateers, yet they don’t have the foggiest idea about their mystery is out. Falling Action – Commander Smollett gives 66% of the group a chance to shore leave, and leave joyfully. At that point Skipper Smollett and Squire Trelawney trap the rest of the mariners on board the ship and bolt them up. In the interim, Specialist Livesey goes to the Island and sees the surrendered fortress where the great folks can make their remain against the privateers. Resolution – The great folks choose to leave the three outstanding privateers on Fortune Island with a few supplies and ammo. WHile they were coming back to Britain, Long John Silver figures out how to escape when they were clearing out. No one knows precisely the end result for him.F. Figurative Language :1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.G. The overall “theme” of the novel Treasure Island is Greed. Many characters display this emotion towards the treasure, specifically Squire Trelawney. He is more decided than Hawkins, his mom, or Ben Gunn in his journey to get rich. Whenever Dr. Livesey uncovers he has the fortune delineate, promptly makes arrangements to utilize it, ”If we have the clue you talk about… I’ll have that treasure if I search a year.”Trelawney needs the fortune for the most part for the excite of lavishness: he longs for ”money to eat, to roll in, to play duck and drake with ever after.” This can absolutely be viewed as voracious. Be that as it may, he intends to gain the fortune utilizing the assets accessible to him and aptitude, not through wrongdoing. Livesey seems less persuaded by ravenousness. The specialist is likely wanting to ”give up this wretched practice” of watching out for his more unpalatable patients.