Treasure Island

What simile does Stevenson use to describe the spy-glass?


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It was about nine miles long and five across, shaped, you might say, like a fat dragon standing up, and had two fine land-locked harbours, and a hill in the centre part marked β€œThe Spy-glass.”


Treasure Island