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Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson - Collins


Title: Treasure Island
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher: Collins
Publication Date: Unknown
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some signs of wear.

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Reader's note

Of all Robert Louis Stevenson’s books, Treasure Island has been the most popular, for reasons which should be fairly obvious. It was conceived in a playful mood, and deliberately written for the entertainment of the Human Boy, on whom any display of verbal ornamentation or philosophical profundity would be thrown away. The story, like the old folk-tales from which written romances have their origin, has for its single aim the evocation of emotions that are universal in youth, and capable, in maturity, of recall by every one in whom disillusion, the chit-chat of modern life, and an excessive reverence for common sense have not atrophied the nerves that thrill to fine fabling.