Where was Treasure Island written?
It was originally serialized in the children's magazine Young Folks between 1881 through 1882 under the title Treasure Island, or the mutiny of the Hispaniola, credited to the pseudonym "Captain George North". It was first published as a book on 14 November 1883, by Cassell & Co.
major conflict. Jim, Squire Trelawney, Dr. Livesey, Captain Smollett, and his crew search for a treasure that Captain Flint, an old pirate, has left buried after his death. They are challenged by Flint's former crewmembers, who have tricked Trelawney into hiring them to help sail to Treasure Island.
- One of his customers, Billy Bones, dies in his inn and leaves Jim a treasure map showing the way to a treasure buried on Skeleton Island. Long John plans to stage a mutiny upon arriving at Skeleton Island, and to kill the captain, Hawkins and Dr. Livesey so that all of the treasure will belong to the pirates.
- The Hispaniola is the ship which serves as the primary location for much of Muppet Treasure Island. The ship is owned by Squire Trelawney & Son: Master Ship Builders, who financed the voyage to Treasure Island.
- Jim Hawkins Twelve- or thirteen-year-old boy, an innkeeper's son. Jim is the novel's protagonist and chief narrator. Billy Bones ("the captain") An old sailor; a pirate.
Updated: 22nd August 2018