Treasure Island

Although still youthful and, in some ways, careless, it’s clear that Jim is wiser now than when the Hispaniola left Bristol. How so? What have been some of Jim’s more transitional moments and experiences?

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In Chapter Twenty-Four, we find Jim a little older, wiser, and far quicker on his feet. His problem solving skills have improved, his keen skills in observation have left him well able to manuever and plan his actions. Jim transitions throughout this chapter, as circumstances leave him working on his own. We see him use the knowledge he has gained from the experience of others, and even when he loses the coracle, he keeps his head.


Treasure Island