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Robinson Crusoe (Wordsworth Classics)

Daniel Defoe

With an Introduction and Notes by Doreen Roberts, Rutherford College, University of Kent at Canterbury. From its first publication in 1719, Robinson Crusoe has been printed in over 700 editions. It has inspired almost every conceivable kind of imitation and variation, and been the subject of plays, opera, cartoons, and computer games. The character of Crusoe has entered the consciousness of each succeeding generation as readers add their own interpretation to the adventures so thrillingly recorded by Defoe. Praised by eminent figures such as Coleridge, Rousseau and Wordsworth, this perennially popular book was cited by Karl Marx in Das Kapital to illustrate economic theory. However it is readers of all ages over the last 280 years who have given Robinson Crusoe its abiding position as a classic tale of adventure.

Restless Classics presents the Three-Hundredth Anniversary Edition of Robinson Crusoe , the classic Caribbean Publisher:Wordsworth Editions Ltd. Length:272 Pages. Weight:0.40 lbs. Robinson Crusoe. by Daniel Defoe. This classic tale of adventure features cannibals, captives, and mutineers. Daniel Defoe published Robinson Crusoe on April 25, 1719.

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ACAR YALÇIN

It all started with Robinson Crusoe (1719) the story of a man castaway on a desert island and how he survived and prospered in this strange environment. This novel, by Daniel Defoe, was a great success and inspired other writers to come up with similar tales. Castaway novels, written by Ambrose Evans, Penelope Aubin, and others, became quite popular in Europe in the 18th and early 19th centuries. 1.04.1998

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KORKMAZ YAVUZ

The classic story by Daniel Defoe about an adventurous sailor who gets stranded on a deserted island for over twenty years. With only the few things Robinson Crusoe rescues from his sinking ship, he builds a house, plants crops, and learns to live (relatively) comfortably and solitarily on the island. After surviving many years of bad weather, loneliness, and other hardships, he is finally rescued. It all started with Robinson Crusoe (1719) the story of a man castaway on a desert island and how he survived and prospered in this strange environment. This novel, by Daniel Defoe, was a great success and inspired other writers to come up with similar tales.

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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Robinson Crusoe (Wordsworth Classics) at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Jun 10, 2014 - Robinson Crusoe book. Read 6,785 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Daniel Defoe relates the tale of an English sailor marooned on a...

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5 May 1992 ... AbeBooks.com: Robinson Crusoe (Wordsworth Classics) (9781853260452) by Daniel Defoe and a great selection of similar New, Used and ... Editions for Robinson Crusoe: (Paperback published in 2001), (Kindle Edition published in 2011), ... Published May 5th 1992 by Wordsworth Editions.

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Robinson Crusoe (Wordsworth Classics) (Wordsworth Classics) by Daniel Defoe ISBN 13: 9781853260452 ISBN 10: 1853260452 Paperback; Ware, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom: Wordsworth Editions Ltd, August 5, 1997; ISBN-13: 978-1853260452 The classic story by Daniel Defoe about an adventurous sailor who gets stranded on a deserted island for over twenty years. With only the few things Robinson Crusoe rescues from his sinking ship, he builds a house, plants crops, and learns to live (relatively) comfortably and solitarily on the island.