Robinson Crusoe

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Simon and Schuster, 1983 - 368 páginas
For nearly a century, Scribner has exemplified the very best in publishing by pairing classic texts with the illustrative giants of the time, such as N. C. Wyeth and Maxfield Parrish. With the same commitment to the high standards established by the series' founders, Atheneum Books for Young Readers is expanding the Scribner Illustrated Classics line over the next several years to include such modern-day classics as Jack London's The Call of the Wild and White Fang, J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, and The Stories of O. Henry, to be illustrated by some of the finest artists of our generation, including Wendell Minor, Ed Young, and Trina Schart Hyman.
 

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CHAPTER II
8
CHAPTER III
21
CHAPTER IV
42
CHAPTER V
61
CHAPTER VI
77
CHAPTER VII
83
CHAPTER VIII
91
Robinson Obtains More Articles from the WreckHis Illness
109
CHAPTER XV
180
CHAPTER XVI
192
Unexpected AlarmCause for ApprehensionHe Fortifies
203
CHAPTER XIX
229
CHAPTER XXI
249
CHAPTER XXII
266
CHAPTER XXIII
279
Robinson and Friday Build a Canoe to Carry Them to Fridays
294

CHAPTER X
120
CHAPTER XI
139
CHAPTER XII
146
CHAPTER XIII
157
CHAPTER XIV
164
CHAPTER XXV
310
CHAPTER XXVI
335
CHAPTER XXVII
355
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Daniel Defoe was born Daniel Foe in London, England on September 13, 1660. He changed his surname in 1703, adding the more genteel "De" before his own name to suggest a higher social standing. He was a novelist, journalist, and political agent. His writings covered a wide range of topics. His novels include Robinson Crusoe, Moll Flanders, Roxana, Captain Singleton, and Colonel Jack. He wrote A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain, which is an important source of English economic life, and ghost stories including A True Relation of the Apparition of One Mrs. Veal. He also wrote satirical poems and pamphlets and edited a newspaper. He was imprisoned and pilloried for his controversial work, The Shortest Way with the Dissenters, which suggested that all non-Conformist ministers be hanged. He died on April 24, 1731.

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