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Defoe, Daniel; Nicholson, Thomas Henry

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Defoe, Daniel

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Daniel Defoe

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Defoe, Daniel; Goodrich, Samuel Griswold

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Defoe, Daniel

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This premium quality edition includes the complete text of Daniel Defoe's classic tale in a freshly edited and newly typeset edition. Also included is an original introductory essay, intended for the modern reader and not the literature classroom, discussing the literary significance of this work and a detailed biographical note discussing the incredible real life of the author.With a generous 6"x9" page size, this Summit Classic edition is printed on heavyweight bright white paper with a fully laminated cover featuring an original full color design. Page headers, a modern easy-to-read font and page design that evokes the classic values of traditional book publishing exemplify the attention to detail given this volume.Published in 1719, "Robinson Crusoe," is one of the most widely-read, frequently reprinted and widely-translated books in the English language. Often recognized as the first modern novel, the book was an immediate success and introduced the realism movement in English literature, as well as originating the still-popular "castaway" genre.The storyline familiar to most readers, with Robinson Crusoe shipwecked and stranded on a deserted island, actually takes place on Crusoe's third sea voyage, the first having ended in shipwreck and the second with his being captured by pirates. Despite these misadventures Crusoe returns to sea, only to be shipwrecked again. This time he alone survives, and over the ensuing twenty-eight years the resourceful and increasingly self-reliant castaway manages not only to survive but to become relatively comfortable under the circumstances. When cannibals from a nearby island visit "his" island to kill and eat their captives Crusoe aids one of the captives who escapes and becomes Crusoe's faithful servant and companion, "Friday".Although many have read "Robinson Crusoe" simply as a compelling and original tale of adventure, complex themes and interpretations are not hard to find. Crusoe's deliberation over killing the cannibals raises the issue of cultural relativism. The novel has been interpreted in terms of european colonialism, Christian redemption, and even economics, with the classical school of thought using the tale to illustrate the allocation of labor to the value of production. Karl Marx ridiculed economists for using a work of fiction as a model, and then used it himself to support his argument that labor is inherently more valuable than capital.Certainly all of these themes can be found in the pages of this timeless classic, but perhaps the reason for its enduring popularity, aside from the simple narrative style, interesting characters and creative storyline lies, in part, in the fact that it is, after all, a compelling and original tale of adventure.Most likely born some time between 1659 and 1661, Daniel Foe began calling himself Defoe sometime by the late 1690's and became a merchant, trader, writer, tax collector and spy. In addition to notable works of fiction and pioneering efforts as a novelist, Defoe was an early economic journalist, a successful poet, a fiercely combative political pamphleteer, a widely-read author of Christian "guide to proper living" books and an early writer on psychology and the supernatural.Nearing sixty years of age, Defoe's greatest works as a writer commenced with Robinson Crusoe in 1719. In the following decade he would publish over a half-dozen novels, including Moll Flanders (1722), as well as his well-recieved "guide" books, non-fiction works on the deterioration of British society, the supernatural, foreign trade and travel, and most remarkably, the three-volume "Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain" (1724-1727), a monumental work depicting in detail the state of economics and trade in an England at the brink of the industrial revolution. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1482558696

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Defoe, Daniel

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: This premium quality edition includes the complete text of Daniel Defoe's classic tale in a freshly edited and newly typeset edition. Also included is an original introductory essay, intended for the modern reader and not the literature classroom, discussing the literary significance of this work and a detailed biographical note discussing the incredible real life of the author.With a generous 6"x9" page size, this Summit Classic edition is printed on heavyweight bright white paper with a fully laminated cover featuring an original full color design. Page headers, a modern easy-to-read font and page design that evokes the classic values of traditional book publishing exemplify the attention to detail given this volume.Published in 1719, "Robinson Crusoe," is one of the most widely-read, frequently reprinted and widely-translated books in the English language. Often recognized as the first modern novel, the book was an immediate success and introduced the realism movement in English literature, as well as originating the still-popular "castaway" genre.The storyline familiar to most readers, with Robinson Crusoe shipwecked and stranded on a deserted island, actually takes place on Crusoe's third sea voyage, the first having ended in shipwreck and the second with his being captured by pirates. Despite these misadventures Crusoe returns to sea, only to be shipwrecked again. This time he alone survives, and over the ensuing twenty-eight years the resourceful and increasingly self-reliant castaway manages not only to survive but to become relatively comfortable under the circumstances. When cannibals from a nearby island visit "his" island to kill and eat their captives Crusoe aids one of the captives who escapes and becomes Crusoe's faithful servant and companion, "Friday".Although many have read "Robinson Crusoe" simply as a compelling and original tale of adventure, complex themes and interpretations are not hard to find. Crusoe's deliberation over killing the cannibals raises the issue of cultural relativism. The novel has been interpreted in terms of european colonialism, Christian redemption, and even economics, with the classical school of thought using the tale to illustrate the allocation of labor to the value of production. Karl Marx ridiculed economists for using a work of fiction as a model, and then used it himself to support his argument that labor is inherently more valuable than capital.Certainly all of these themes can be found in the pages of this timeless classic, but perhaps the reason for its enduring popularity, aside from the simple narrative style, interesting characters and creative storyline lies, in part, in the fact that it is, after all, a compelling and original tale of adventure.Most likely born some time between 1659 and 1661, Daniel Foe began calling himself Defoe sometime by the late 1690's and became a merchant, trader, writer, tax collector and spy. In addition to notable works of fiction and pioneering efforts as a novelist, Defoe was an early economic journalist, a successful poet, a fiercely combative political pamphleteer, a widely-read author of Christian "guide to proper living" books and an early writer on psychology and the supernatural.Nearing sixty years of age, Defoe's greatest works as a writer commenced with Robinson Crusoe in 1719. In the following decade he would publish over a half-dozen novels, including Moll Flanders (1722), as well as his well-recieved "guide" books, non-fiction works on the deterioration of British society, the supernatural, foreign trade and travel, and most remarkably, the three-volume "Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain" (1724-1727), a monumental work depicting in detail the state of economics and trade in an England at the brink of the industrial revolution. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1482558696

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Published by Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, London, England (1910)

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Daniel Defoe,

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Defoe, Daniel

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Defoe, Daniel

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Defoe, Daniel

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Defoe, Daniel

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Dafoe, Daniel

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Robinson Crusoe sets sail in August 1651, despite the misgivings of his parents (who'd rather he find a proper career, possibly in law). Many of his journeys end in chaos, particularly one harrowing voyage in which his ship is taken over by Sal pirates and Crusoe finds himself enslaved. He escapes, however, and together with a boy named Xury, he sets out for Brazil where he settles for several years before returning to Africa. The return voyage proves tumultuous, however, and he is shipwrecked on an island, which he names the Island of Despair.Defoe's lesser-known sequel, The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, aimed to be the last part of his tale, but his largely forgotten With His Vision of the Angelic World was later added with Crusoe's name attached. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1484107942

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Defoe, Daniel; Goodrich, Samuel Griswold

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Defoe, Daniel

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Defoe, Daniel; Wyeth, N C. 1882-1945

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Defoe, Daniel; Paget, Walter

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Item Description: Blackie & Son Limited, London. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrations By Gordon Browne (illustrator). Reprinted From Author's Edition, 1719. Red cloth binding with color illustration on front cover and spine. 595pp.+ 32pp advts for books published by Blackie. Content clean, bright and sound. Olive green foredges. Foredges marked. Ink name of previous owner on front flyleaf. Bookseller Inventory # 009312

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Defoe, Daniel

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Smeeks, Hendrik. (Daniel Defoe) ILucius L]. Hubbard)

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