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Treasure Island Timeline- Mrs.Chernoff period 4
Transcript of Treasure Island Timeline- Mrs.Chernoff period 4
By: Robert Louis Stevenson Timeline By:
Rebecca DelCore -One of Jim Hawkins internal conflict was whether or not to trust Ben Gunn. This conflict is a man vs. self conflict. Jim didn't know if Ben was a good or bad guy. He went back and forth in his mind, trying to figure out whether or not he should trust him. Jim had a conflict inside of his head, and this did not include any other person giving hi,m trouble. He just had to use his knowledge on whether or not to trust him. -One external conflict was when the crew wanted to start a mutiny for the second time. The crew wanted to kill Long John Silver when they found out that the treasure had already been taken. This is a man vs society conflict because it was Long John Silver vs the crew which was the pirate society. Long John Silver had to figure out a way to prove it was not his fault. -The main Setting of Treasure Island is on ship the Hispaniola and the island. Rising ACtion Climax Introduction Rising Action The story continues off as Jim, Dr. Livesey and Squire Trelawney first embark on their journey to find the treasure. The three men and their small crew set out on the Hispaniola, their ship. Without one of the initial settings of the boat, the whole story could not be completed. The book first begins in the Admiral Benbow, which is the inn that Jim Hawkins and his mother run. When a man staying at the inn, Billy Bones, dies, he leaves behind a sea chest. Jim and his mother search the seachest and find a log book and map. Once finding the logbook and map, Jim sets off on the adventure of a lifetime. One element of rising action is when Jim overhears Long John Silver's plan of mutiny. Jim tells the rest of the crew John's plan. Captain Smollett then devises the plan to get the mutineers off the ship by allowing them some alone time when they dock. A second element of rising action is when Jim goes ashore with the mutineers. While he is on ashore, Jim witnesses Long John Silver become a murderer as he murders on of his crew members as he refuses to act with the rest of the crew on the mutiny. Also, as John is ashore, he meets with a former member of Captain Flints crew, Ben Gunn, who was left ashore. Jim keeps debating with himself on whether or not he should trust Ben, but eventually he gives in and trusts him. A third element of rising action is when Long John Silver takes Jim hostage. When in reality, they agree to do this, in order to help each other out. John is desperate to regain control of his crew and shows them the treasure map, thinking it will please the crew. The crew then sets off to the treasure spot, in seek of then treasure. The climax of the story is when Long John Silver, Jim and the crew get to the place of the treasure. As they dig up the treasure, it has already been removed and taken away. The crew is shocked, but soon that feeling goes away and turns to anger, and thoughts of mutiny again fill the crews brains. These thoughts suddenly vanish as Dr. Livesey, Ben Gunn, and the others start to fire out on the group. Conflict Project By:
Rebecca DelCore Should I trust him?? Resolution The resolution to Jim deciding whether or not to trust Ben, was that he did trust him. Ben wanted to help, and Jim had no reason to not accept the help Ben was willing to give. This man vs self conflict was resolved in a positive way, because Jim let Ben Gunn be involved with the crew. The resolution to the possible second mutiny was when Dr. Livesey, Ben Gunn, and the others begin to fire on the crew. This stops the thoughts of mutiny, because the crew wants to survive itself. If the wanted to take out their captain, they all might die in the process. So the open fire of t Dr. Livesey, Ben Gunn, and the others, stopped the possibility of a second mutiny. This stopped the man vs society conflict. Setting The last setting in the book is the actual Treasure Island. This is where the crews set out and dig for the treasure. The Hispaniola docks here, but only to find out that the treasure has already been taken Characters Jim Hawkins: Protagonist, he takes care of the Admiral Benbow with his mother, is the main character of the novel. Jim's mother and himself find the logbook and map of Treasure Island. He is the one to talk with Squire Trelawne, and Dr. Livesey and begin the journry to find the treasure. Long John Silver: Antagonist, he constantly causes trouble for Jim. He is constantly shifting sides and is very untrustworthy. Yet, many people think they can trust him. He is very ruthless, but still needs his crew to have trust him. He killed a man for not agreeing with the mutiny, yet he would not have found the treasure without his crew. Jim's mother: Although she is mentioned mostly in the beginning, Jim's mother is an important character. Since she is the owner of the inn, she was the one to find the map and logbook. Without her help, there would be no journey to find the treasure. Also she was the one to persuade Jim to go on the adventure, so if she did not persuade him, majority of the events would not have occured. Treasure Island was a complex book that had a variety of characters, plot twists and conflicts, but overall, it was a book that never stopped with action. ***Beware, you never no who is going to turn on you, and who you can trust. In other words, watch your back, because the pirates may be among us.*** "Fifteen men on the dead man’s chest—Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!
Drink and the devil had done for the rest—
Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum"