Treasure Island | Study Guide

Robert Louis Stevenson

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Overview

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Author

Robert Louis Stevenson

Year Published

1883

Type

Novel

Genre

Adventure

Perspective and Narrator

The events of Treasure Island are described in the first person by central character Jim Hawkins. This first-person narrative is briefly taken over by Dr. Livesey in Chapters 16–18.

Tense

Treasure Island is written in the past tense.

About the Title

Treasure Island describes the novel's central storyline. Characters are in pursuit of treasure, and their destination is Treasure Island.

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