Daniel Defoe - History - 1991 - 417 pages
Observations on the principal cities, ports and geographical features, customs, manners, and inhabitants of early eighteenth-century Britain
Daniel Defoe - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 184 pages
Robinson Crusoe was shipwrecked on an uninhabited island. He was the only survivor. The ship was grounded on a rock. Crusoe managed to salvage as much as possible from the ship ...
Daniel Defoe - Juvenile Fiction - 2014
The adventures of Robinson Kreutznaer, said Crusoe, who in search of adventure and freedom is shipwrecked on a wild island on which will live for 28 years using his ingenuity ...
Daniel Defoe - Fiction - 2010 - 240 pages
If ever the story of any private man's adventures in the world were worth making public, and were acceptable when published, the Editor of this account thinks this will be so.