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Robinson Crusoe

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Thought to be one of the first English novels, Robinson Crusoe is the timeless story of a merchant`s trading voyages and adventures at sea, his shipwreck and subsequent life marooned alone. Based on the lif of Alexander Selkirk, it is fascinating in its descriptions of Crusoe`s ingenuity and inventiveness, his ability to make and use tools, his discovery of man Friday and his treatment to him. In addition to this, Robinson Crusoe is also an exploration of the ways in which a man who had made his fortune in trade is able to survive in reasonable comfort, thanks to his resourcefulness, when goods and money can no longer be of any value to him. About Author : Daniel Defoe (1660-1731). Working as a merchant, economist, journalist and spy before writing his first novel at the age of sixty, Daniel Defoe is thought by many to be the first true novelist in the English language.A prolific and versatile writer, he wrote over 500 books, pamphelts and journals on a wide range of topics including politics, crime, religion, geography, marriage, psychology and the supernatural.Defoe turned to fiction relatively late in life. Written in his sixtieth year, Robinson Crusoe was Defoe`s first novel. The product of powerful imagination, it became an immediate success on its publication. Contents : PrefaceI go to seaI am captured by piratesI escape from the sallee roverI become a brazilian planter---etc

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Thought to be one of the first English novels, Robinson Crusoe is the timeless story of a merchant`s trading voyages and adventures at sea, his shipwreck and subsequent life marooned alone. Based on the lif of Alexander Selkirk, it is fascinating in its descriptions of Crusoe`s ingenuity and inventiveness, his ability to make and use tools, his discovery of man Friday and his treatment to him. In addition to this, Robinson Crusoe is also an exploration of the ways in which a man who had made his fortune in trade is able to survive in reasonable comfort, thanks to his resourcefulness, when goods and money can no longer be of any value to him. About Author : Daniel Defoe (1660-1731). Working as a merchant, economist, journalist and spy before writing his first novel at the age of sixty, Daniel Defoe is thought by many to be the first true novelist in the English language.A prolific and versatile writer, he wrote over 500 books, pamphelts and journals on a wide range of topics including politics, crime, religion, geography, marriage, psychology and the supernatural.Defoe turned to fiction relatively late in life. Written in his sixtieth year, Robinson Crusoe was Defoe`s first novel. The product of powerful imagination, it became an immediate success on its publication. Contents : PrefaceI go to seaI am captured by piratesI escape from the sallee roverI become a brazilian planter---etc
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Title Robinson Crusoe Height
Daniel Defoe Width
ISBN-13 9780140620153 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 014062015X Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 298
Edition Penguin Popular Classics Availability In Stock

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