Cover of: Stevenson's Treasure Island | Robert Louis Stevenson

Contributors

  • Introduction
    Frank Wilson Cheney Hersey, A.M.
  • Copyright
    Ginn and Company
  • Notes by
    Frank Wilson Cheney Hersey, A.M.
  • Preface
    F. W. C. H.
  • Printer
    The Athenæum Press Ginn and Company · Proprietors · Boston · U.S.A.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
PAGE
I. Life of Stevenson ix
II. The Writing of "Treasure Island" xix
III. "Treasure Island" and Dime Novels xxvi
IV. "The Persons of the Tale" xxxiii
V. Stevenson's Theory of Romance xxxvi
VI. The Buccaneers xlv
VII. Sailing a Schooner lxvii
VIII. Topics for Themes and Discussions lxx
IX. Bibliography lxxiii
TREASURE ISLAND
PART I. THE OLD BUCCANEER
CHAPTER
I. The Old Sea Dog at the "Admiral Benbow" 1
II. Black Dog Appears and Disappears 7
III. The Black Spot 14
IV. The Sea Chest 20
V. The Last of the Blind Man 27
VI. The Captain's Papers 32
PART II. THE SEA COOK
VII. I go to Bristol 39
VIII. At the Sign of the "Spyglass" 45
IX. Powder and Arms 50
X. The Voyage 56
XI. What I heard in the Apple Barrel 62
XII. Council of War 68
PART III. MY SHORE ADVENTURE
XIII. How my Shore Adventure Began 75
XIV. The First Blow 80
XV. The Man of the Island 86
PART IV. THE STOCKADE
XVI. Narrative continued by the Doctor: How the Ship was Abandoned 94
XVII. Narrative continued by the Doctor: The Jolly-Boat's Last Trip 99
XVIII. Narrative continued by the Doctor: End of the First Day's Fighting 104
XIX. Narrative resumed by Jim Hawkins: The Garrison in the Stockade 109
XX. Silver's Embassy 115
XXI. The Attack 121
PART V. MY SEA ADVENTURE
XXII. How my Sea Adventure Began 128
XXIII. The Ebb tide Runs 134
XXIV. The Cruise of the Coracle 139
XXV. I strike the Jolly Roger 145
XXVI. Israel Hands 150
XXVII. "Pieces of Eight" 158
PART VI. CAPTAIN SILVER
XXVIII. In the Enemy's Camp 165
XXIX. The Black Spot Again 173
XXX. On Parole 180
XXXI. The Treasure Hunt—Flint's Pointer 187
XXXII. The Treasure Hunt—The Voice among the Trees 194
XXXIII. The Fall of a Chieftain 200
XXXIV. And Last 206
NOTES 213
GLOSSARY OF SEA TERMS 239
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
PAGE
Map of Treasure Island Frontispiece
Blackbeard lix
A Schooner lxvii
Diagrams to explain Sailing lxviii, lxix
Inventory of Captain Kidd's Treasure lxxvi
The Battle of Looks between Dr. Livesey and Bill Bones 8
A Horrible Change comes over Black Dog 9
The Entrance of the Pirate Blind Pew 18
The Pirates find Bill Bones Dead 19
The Squire engages Long John Silver 46
"By the powers, Tom Morgan, it's good for you!" 47
A Piece of Eight 93
The Victory at the Stockade 126
The Fight in the Rigging 127

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. lxxiii-lxxiv.
Illustrated. Includes notes and glossary.

Series
Standard English Classics
Genre
Fiction.
Other Titles
Treasure Island
Copyright Date
1911

Classifications

Library of Congress
PZ3.S848 T27

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Pagination
viii, [2], ix-lxxvi, 249, [3] p., 14 leaves of plates : ill., map, diag. ; cm.
Number of pages
358

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6532327M
Internet Archive
stevensonstreasu00stevrich
LC Control Number
11016561
OCLC/WorldCat
568651
Library Thing
1812
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