Social Sensitivity

No social issues presented in this novel seem likely to prove controversial. The issue of rebellion, however, could be viewed as a sensitive subject. One might wish to consider the problem of how much obedience to the law is morally necessary in an individual, considering that David, for most of the book, consorts with people who are technically outlaws. Stevenson’s portrayal of these persons, though, is evenhanded.

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