Religious and Didactic Writings
W. R. Owens, P. N. Furbank
Pickering & Chatto Publishers, Limited, 2005 - Literary Collections - 2000 pages
This set brings together a number of Defoe's most important and influential instructional treatises. They form a highly significant part of his oeuvre and many were extremely popular. Their main themes are religion, immortality, sexual intrigue, social order, education and the duties and responsibilities of a merchant.
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