On Treasure Island, Jim earns the respect of his colleagues and successfully discovers the fortune he sought. In light of these successes, why does Jim nonetheless have an aversion to Treasure Island?
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Answered by jill d #170087
Jim has an aversion to the actions in others which are inspired by the desire for treasure, not to the island itself. Money (treasure) brings out the worst in people. In this case, authority is overthrown.... people die.