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Robinson Crusoe Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì ❮BOOKS❯ ✻ Robinson Crusoe ✴ Author Daniel Defoe – The sole survivor of a shipwreck Robinson Crusoe is stranded on an uninhabited island far away from any shipping routes With patience and ingenuity he transforms his island into a tropical Enty four years he has no human company until one Friday he rescues a prisoner from a boat of cannibal. Hoo boyI'm surprised and amazed and dismayed by the ex post facto muy contempo correct nosity readings belowshouldn't be I guess but amGee whillikers kids uhm here's one of the great social and perhaps even spiritual documents of Western Civ and it's a ripping read that declared ongoing archetypes and it's getting dissed forfor being a bit blind to its own time Which of us won't end up wishing for at least that when our tombstone gets knocked over'sides which how many first novelists can say they wrote the actual first novel Hmmm

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The sole survivor of a shipwreck Robinson Crusoe is stranded on an uninhabited island far away from an. This is one of those books that really serves to remind a modern audience of why we should kill whitey Robinson Crusoe is the story of a young man with atrociously bad luck who unfortunately for any shipmates he ever has suffers from an extreme case of wanderlust Every ship he gets onto sinks but he just keeps getting onto them Even after he's got a nice successful plantation of his own he decides he's just GOT to get on ANOTHER ship to get this procure himself some slaves It crashes of course and he gets stranded alone on an island Not to worry though he's got a bible and he successfully becomes a religious zealot while alone with nothing better to do It's too bad that his only book couldn't have been a copy of Don uixote or something because maybe then he'd have become a interesting storyteller But no like so many people who have terrible luck he turns to god and starts counting his blessings or less out of a lack of anything better to do Then after he's been alone for 24 years he sees a footprint in the sand and he totally freaks and he becomes convinced it must belong to the devil Ummm ok So I'm sitting there thinking Maybe it's your own footprint But it takes this genius a whole day of scaring himself before he comes up with that explanation Anyway it turns out not to be his footprint at all it actually belongs to the savages Carribean Indians who apparently visit the island sometimes in order to cook and eat their prisoners which for the record was not actually a common practice among Indians in the Americas And here's the part where you really hate white people He then saves one of the prisoners from being eaten and makes him into his slave who he renames Friday teaches English and converts to Christianity Friday instead of kicking this pompous jerk's posterior from here to next Friday after repaying whatever debt he owed Robinson for saving his life is a faithful slave in every way for the remainder of the book Friday speaks in a pidgin English which is probably realistic enough for a man who learned English late in life from one solitary individual but Robinson has an offensive habit of translating easy enough to understand things that Friday says to us the idiot readers At which he smiled and said 'Yes yes we always fight the better;' that is he meant always get the better in fight Also during Friday's religious education he asks Robinson why god doesn't just kill the devil and end evil and because there is actually no good answer to such a uestion for a religious person Robinson simply pretends not to hear him and wanders away What a jackss Luckily Robinson Crusoe's religious conversion doesn't last forever As soon as he's back in civilization and making money hand over fist he pretty much gives it up Speaking of which what was with the end of this book He gets rescued he goes home but there's no emotional payoff and instead he goes on about his European adventures with Friday We don't care about the wolves and dancing bear We want to know did you learn anything from your years away Do you feel like you missed out Was anyone happy to see you Did they have a funeral for you while you were missing What did your mother do when she saw you again Robinson Crusoe is a man without any of the human characteristics that make people interesting to read about when they get into difficult situations He has no regrets no personal longings and he never reflects on his life before he was on the island during his decades on the island I understand that this is just an adventure novel but people actually still read this tripe and consider it a classic

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Robinson CrusoeY shipping routes With patience and ingenuity he transforms his island into a tropical paradise For tw. 987 From 1001 Robinson Crusoe The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe Daniel DefoeRobinson Crusoe is a novel by Daniel Defoe first published on 25 April 1719 The first edition credited the work's protagonist Robinson Crusoe as its author leading many readers to believe he was a real person and the book a travelogue of true incidents Epistolary confessional and didactic in form the book is presented as an autobiography of the title character whose birth name was Robinson Kreutznaer—a castaway who spends twenty eight years on a remote tropical desert island near Trinidad encountering cannibals captives and mutineers before ultimately being rescued The story has since been thought to be based on the life of Alexander Selkirk a Scottish castaway who lived for four years on a Pacific island called Más a Tierra now part of Chile which was renamed Robinson Crusoe Island in 1966رابینسون کروزوئه رابینسون کروسو دانیل دفو جامی ادبیات؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش سال 1972میلادیعنوان رابینسون کروزوئه؛ اثر دانیل دفوئه، مترجم محمود مصاحب؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، گلشائی، 1343، در 404ص، فروست گلشائی 33، موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان انگلیسی سده 19مرابینسون کِروزوئه، یا «رابینسون کروسو»، مشهورترین رمان نویسنده ی بریتانیایی «دانیل دِفو»، نخستین بار در سال 1719میلادی، در انگلستان منتشر شد، کتاب خود زندگینامه ی منحصر به‌ فرد خیالی ست، که لقب «پدر رمان انگلیسی» را، برای خالق آن به ارمغان آورده است؛ قهرمان داستان، که نامش بر تارک همین کتاب است، زندگی مرفه خود در بریتانیا را، برای مسافرت در دریاها، رها می‌کند؛ پس از آنکه از یک «کشتی شکستگی»، جان به در می‌برد، بیست و هشت سال را، در یک جزیره، به گذران زندگی می‌پردازد؛ «رابینسون» یک بومی جزیره را نجات میدهد، و نام «جمعه» بر وی می‌نهد؛ این دو، سرانجام جزیره را، به مقصد بریتانیا ترک می‌کنند؛ «دفو»، شاید بخشی از کتاب را، براساس تجارب واقعی یک ملوان اسکاتلندی، به نام «الکساندر سِلکرک» نگاشته باشد، که به سال 1704میلادی، پس از ستیز با ناخدای کشتی، وی را به درخواست خودش، در ساحل جزیره‌ ای خالی از سکنه، رها کردند؛ رمان پس از انتشار نخستین در انگلستان، و دیگر کشورهای اروپایی، با موفقیت روبرو شد، و برای همین، «دفو» رمان دیگرش «ادامه ی ماجراهای کروزوئه» را نوشتندا شربیانی