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Through many functions of literature, a dominant theme is . Many writers base the storyline of their books around fighting with the . Robert Louis Stevenson appears evil and good through many of the characters thathe creates. From the narrative , Stevensoncontrasts the characters of Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde to further the subject . This motif is common to many of Stevenson, Robert Louis Stevenson integrates the motif in both of these tales through the split personalities of both Long John Silver, along with Dr. Jekyll. Robert Louis Stevenson is most prominent in the book Treasure Island. This story begins by introducing the protagonist of this book Jim Hawkins. Jim operates in an inn, which his mother owns. An old buccaneer is remaining there by the name of Billy Bones who possesses a mysterious sea chest, which many men and women appear to want. While he had been staying in the inn, many people attempted to sneak the torso from the buccaneer. Billy Bones is a really heavy drinker, which might have been the cause of the departure whilst staying in the inn. After the death, Jim&s fascination for the old chest overwhelms him. Jim opens up the torso and locates his joy an old treasure map. Jim instantly brings the map to Dr. Livesey, a buddy of Jim&s family. Dr. Livesey and Jim decide to gather up a team and sail to Treasure Island aboard the Hispanola to locate the buried treasure. While Searching for a cook, Dr. Livesey comes across a man by the name of Long John Silver. Because of Silver&s immense knowledge of the sea and his amazing cooking, he's known as the head chef of the ship. Silver has different plans in mind though. The moment he boards the ship, Jim sees him like a nice, smart man. This all immediately changes as he ove...