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Author Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

Title Treasure Island / by Robert Louis Stevenson ; illustrated with 10 colour plates and 35 black and white drawings by S. Van Abbé
Published London : Dent ; New York : Dutton, 1948


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB SPCBC  819 Steven Rob/Tis 1948  LIB USE ONLY
Description xiv, 265 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), map ; 21 cm
Series Children's illustrated classics
Children's illustrated classics.
Contents The Old Buccaneer. The Old Sea Dog at the "Admiral Benbow" ; Black Dog Appears and Disappears ; The Black Spot ; The Sea-chest ; The Last of the Blind Man ; The Captain's Papers -- The Sea Cook. I go to Bristol ; At the Sign of the "Spy-glass" ; Powder and Arms ; The Voyage ; What I Heard in the Apple Barrel ; Council of War -- My Shore Adventure. How I Began My Shore Adventure ; The First Blow ; The Man of the Island -- The Stockade. Narrative Continued by the Doctor : How the Ship was Abandoned ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor : The Jollyboat's Last Trip ; Narrative Continued by the Doctor : End of the First Day's Fighting ; Narrative Resumed by Jim Hawkins : The Garrison in the Stockade ; Silver's Embassy ; The Attack -- My Sea Adventure. How I Began My Sea Adventure ; The Ebb-tide Runs ; The Cruise of the Coracle ; I Strike the Jolly Roger ; Israel Hands ; "Pieces of Eight" -- Captain Silver. In the Enemy's Camp ; The Black Spot Again ; On Parole ; The Treasure Hunt : Flint's Pointer ; The Treasure Hunt : The Voice among the Trees ; The Fall of a Chieftain ; And Last
Summary SUMMARY: Young Jim Hawkins finds a treasure map and becomes involved with a number of buccaneers also after the hidden treasure
Notes Orig. pub. 1883
Audience For children
Subject Buccaneers -- Juvenile fiction.
Children's stories.
Corsair -- Juvenile fiction
Pirates -- Juvenile fiction.
Treasure troves -- Juvenile fiction.
Genre/Form Action and adventure fiction.
Sea stories.
Author Van Abbé, S. (Salomon), 1883-1955.
ISBN 046005001X