!!> Read ➮ Treasure Island ➲ Author Robert Louis Stevenson – Anguillais.us

Treasure IslandEvocative And Period Accurate Illustrations Place The Reader Squarely In The Action Of Robert Louis Stevenson S Tale Of A Map, A Treasure, An Island Lost In The Middle Of The Pacific, And A Mutiny Young Jim Hawkins Comes Into Possession Of A Map Purporting To Show The Location Of The Treasure Of Captain Flint With The Aid Of Dr Livesey, Squire Trelawney, And A Crew Of Pirates Including The Treacherous Long John Silver Jim Sets Sail In Search Of The Loot A Tale Of The Paths Down Which Ambition Can Lead, This Classic Has Engrossed Generations Of Readers Since Its Publication Than A Century Ago Evocativas Ilustraciones Ambientadas Detalladamente En La Poca En La Que Los Hechos Narrados Tuvieron Lugar Sit An Al Lector En La Escena De La Aventura Del Cuento De Robert Louis Stevenson Sobre Un Mapa, Un Tesoro, Una Isla Perdida En Medio Del Oc Ano Pac Fico Y Un Mot N El Joven Jim Hawkins Llega A Tomar Posesi N De Un Mapa Que Muestra La Localizaci N Del Tesoro Del Capit N Flint Con La Ayuda Del Doctor Livesey, Del Sr Trelawney Y De La Tripulaci N Compuesta Por Piratas Incluyendo Al Traicionero Silver El Largo Jim Zarpa En B Squeda Del Bot N Un Relato Sobre Los Caminos Por Los Cuales Puede Llevar La Ambici N, Este Cl Sico Ha Cautivado A Generaciones De Lectores Desde Su Publicaci N Inicial Hace M S De Un Siglo.

!!> Read ➮ Treasure Island ➲ Author Robert Louis Stevenson – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Treasure Island
  • Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Spanish
  • 22 December 2018
  • 9788498011173

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➮ Treasure Island ➲ Author Robert Louis Stevenson – Anguillais.us

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    Someone recently asked me what review I enjoyed writing the most, and, well, this is it I have a massive problem with this book It s one I m a little embarrassed to admit The problem is not with the writing or the characters that Stevenson has created it s not even with the plot The problem resides with Kermit the Frog Stay with me here I grew up watching the muppets I became slightly obsessed with them I kind of wanted to join them So, whenever I read about Captain Smollett and Long John Silver all I can see is Kermit fighting Tim Curry Therefore, I just can t take this book seriously Well, at least not completely The Muppet Treasure Island is such a great film it s hilarious This book was much serious The pirates in here aren t singing toys they re hardened criminals that created the pirate stereotype They re the sort of men you don t want on your ship because they d likely cut your throat in your sleep They might wake you up first if they re feeling kind So, they wouldn t try and gain your trust by singing you a jolly song about piracy, like Tim and his muppet mates would But, muppet based comparison aside, this is a good novel I did quite enjoy it It all begins when the young Jim Hawkins comes across a map for buried treasure, except he hasn t got any money to fund the voyage He Gonzo and Rizzo goes alone and seeks the help of Fozzie Bear Squire Trelawney As a member of the Victorian gentry, he takes the map for himself with the intention of filling his own...

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    English Treasure Island Italiano Squire Trelawney, Dr Livesey, and the rest of these gentlemen having asked me to write down the whole particulars about Treasure Island, from the beginning to the end, keeping nothing back but the bearings of the island, and that only because there is still treasure not yet lifted, I take up my pen in the year of grace 17_ and go back to the time when my father kept the Admiral Benbow inn and the brown old seaman with the sabre cut first took up his lodging under our roof

    Perfect incipit for an adventure novel, able to introduce the whole story in a few lines and, at the same time, generate in the reader that tantalizing curiosity that invites you to read quickly the pages, thinking let s settle down, you re going to see some things.

    However, I confess that for me the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, reread years later this time is a bedtime reading for my daughter , has lost part of its appeal Nevertheless, my daughter appreciated it, probably it s a novel that best suits the tastes of children and young people In fact, Stevenson has never hidden that the inspiration to the novel came frome his adopted son, Lloyd, with whom in a rainy ...

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    3 items worthy of note in Robert Louis Stevenson s classic treasure Treasure Island 1 There are a ton of tropes We understand that this is pretty much what Disney s Pirates of the Caribbean ripped off, making tons of money off of this adventurous classic, including but not limited to rampant alcoholism a code of honor castaways at sea or in land shipwrecks new and ancient treason group individual double crosses mutiny, hostages, captures and shocking escapes strangers appearing from the mist pirate flags raresome slapstick comedy he fell from his whole height face foremost to the floor 16 good comedic timing the parrot tells everybody The Secret, ruining plans a compass made up entirely of human bones ghosts.2 Jim Hawkins is your typical YA protagonist prototype He s the go between of the two fighting groups, the one who bargains with the ...

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    YO HO HO AND A BOTTLE OF RUM This is the iconic novel about pirates that it stands as the best example in this topic and easily one of the most adapted to other media novels in any genre.I can remember having watched several adaptations, live action films, animated movies, even an animated film using animals as the characters, there is the Muppets one, a Japanese anime TV series, an European mini series taking the story to outer space starring Anthony Quinn, the animated remake of that version by Disney and the current Starz channel prequel TV series Black Sails Just to mention the ones that I have watched but there are a lot of adaptations.While the topic of pirates is a popular one, I think that there aren t much novels about it At least not examples really worthy of reading them Obviously there are some here and there, but taking in account how much options one has in other topics in literature, pirates has been a concept seldom touched with success.However, this novel was able to keep on the mind of everybody the storytelling appeal of the topic of pirates inspiring successes on other media such as Japanese anime Captain Harlock and live actions films of Pirates of the Caribbean.For all that and its own merit, Treasure Island keeps retaining the crown as the best novel about pirates Characters like Jim Hawkins, Billy Bones, Ben Gunn, Captain Smollett and of course, Long John Silver have become iconic in the universe...

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    Treasure Island is arguably one of the most influential tales in the world of fiction Every pirate stereotype that we take for granted these days we can see the foundation somewhere in this magic tale Approaching this story I am quite lucky that I knew nothing about the plot except that there was a map where X marked the spot showcasing Captain Flint s legendary treasure I went into the task of reading this like a happy youth, wide eyed looking forward to experiencing a legendary story for the first time without being hindered with prior knowledge of the narrative, the characters, the pace and the plot twists.So the story goes something like this An alcoholic ex pirate Captain spends his days in a local bar drinking himself to death whilst singing jolly pirate songs Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum etc He, unfortunately, passes away and leaves a chest which contains a secret map amongst other treasures The map is highly sought after by all the wrong people Our 1st person perspective young superstar Jim Hawkin s finds the map and speaks to his friends Dr Livesey and a squire, Mr Trelawney and they decide to venture to this mystical treas...

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    Remember when pirates briefly became ironically cool, and all of your annoying friends were joining facebook groups for International Talk Like A Pirate Day And the first Pirates of the Carribbean movie came out and was surprisingly awesome And then the second Pirates of the Carribbean movie came out and was decidedly less awesome, but you didn t really realize it until the third one came out and you discovered you couldn t remember and didn t care about number two s cliffhanger ending it was like The Matrix in that way actually And then you finally saw the third one on DVD when you were home from the hospital after almost dying of mono,who knew that could happen, but apparently it really messes with your liver, and the movie was so bad you couldn t even stay awake through the literally 45 minute long action sequence that caps it all off, and besides, it makes no sense at all, with everyone betraying everyone else so many times you need a flow chart to follow the plot I suppose we have RLS and Treasure Island to blame for all that Because this is the book that established what we think of when we think of pirates, from skull crossbones banners to peg legs to squawking shoulder mounted parrots to maps with big red Xs and yo ho ho and a bottle of rum It s kind of weird to think about those concepts are so ingrained in our culture see International Talk Like a Pirate Day , and yet they al...

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    As Indiana Jones once, rather astutely pointed out, when it comes to treasure X never, ever marks the spot Well, it does if you re a pirate, which basically means that as a pirate you have a statistically much higher chance of finding treasure than any archaeologist ever would I find this a bit unfortunate and if someone had presented me with this hard and fast evidence I would have ticked the pirate box and not the archaeologist box on my careers worksheet at school Instead, I have to make do with reading Treasure Island and fantasising about my ideal bespoke treasure island emeralds growing on trees I know this is an arboreal unlikelihood but it s my fantasy so back off lagoons filled with sapphires, gold dubloons in huge heapy piles at the foot of azure blue waterfalls and knuckle sized diamonds to be chipped off the walls of underground caverns Stevenson s Treasure Island is much less of a Disney esque fantasy and Jim Hawkins, narrator and salty sea dog in the making, is forced to pit his wits against the wiliest of all pirates, Long Jo...

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    Treasure Island, Robert Louis StevensonTreasure Island is an adventure novel by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, narrating a tale of buccaneers and buried gold Its influence is enormous on popular perceptions of pirates, including such elements as treasure maps m...

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    Book Review 4 out of 5 stars to Treasure Island, a coming of age of sort novel, written in 1882 by Robert Louis Stevenson I read this book as a young adult when I received it as a Christmas present from an aunt and uncle At first, although I knew it was a classic, I wasn t too anxious to jump into it I wasn t a big fan of pirates and boats I wasn t a normal kid, what can I tell you But it was a gift and I thought I should give it a chance And once I did, I loved it I had read Peter Pan recently and felt a kismet connection of sorts between them From the adventures to the bonds, to the test of good versus evil, the book had so many wonderful moments And since then, I ve sampled many different iterations, from movies to other books with pirate stories, all the way to Once Upon a Times interpretation It s truly a remarkable story that helps young adults figure out how to approach a world full of fears, hopes and questions And to think it s a pirate and a cook who help you to figure some of it out But it s There s bonding And team work And treasure hunting And challenges And mystery All culminating in reaching one s goals in ways you didn t necessarily expect About Me For those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film revie...

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