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The Novels of Daniel Defoe By Daniel Defoe
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This collection has the following books: The Life and Most Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner. Including an Account of His Deliverance Thence, and His After Surprising... More > Adventures. With his vision of the Angelic World. An Improved Edition, Illustrated with Engravings, from Original designs. The Life, Adventures and Piracies of the Famous Captain Singleton A Journal of the Plague Year The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress Memoirs of a Cavalier : A Military Journal of the Wars in Germany, and the Wars in England. : From the Year 1632 to the Year 1648. A New Voyage Round the World, By a Course Never Sailed Before: Being a Voyage undertaken by some Merchants, who afterwards proposed the Setting up an East-India Company in Flanders. ´ A General History of the Pyrates, From their First Rise and Settlement in the Island of Providence, to the Present Time, 2nd Edition The History of the Pyrates Of Captain Misson and his Crew< Less
Daniel Defoe By Emmie Salgado
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exchanged for the scorpions of James. He boasted of this when it became safe to do so, and the truth of the boast derives incidental confirmation from the fact that the names of three of his... More > fellow-students at Newington appear in the list of the victims of Jeffreys and Kirke. Escaping the keen hunt that was made for all participato< Less
Colección Daniel Defoe By Daniel Defoe
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Daniel Defoe fue un escritor, periodista y panfletista inglés, mundialmente conocido por su novela Robinson Crusoe. Nació el 10 de octubre de 1660, en las cercanías de Londres... More > (en St. Giles Cripplegate o en Stoke Newington) y falleció el 24 de abril de 1731. Defoe fue uno de los primeros cultivadores de la novela, género literario que ayudó a popularizar en Inglaterra y que le valió el título de "Padre" de todos los novelistas ingleses.< Less
Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe By Mario Sanchez, PhD
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Robinson Crusoe is often lauded to be the best adventure book ever written. Published in 1719, it is considered by some to be the first English novel. It is republished here with no modifications... More > whatsoever to the content of the text itself, although chapters have been moved to the starts of pages for readability.< Less
Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe By Mario Sanchez, PhD
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Robinson Crusoe is often lauded to be the best adventure book ever written. Published in 1719, it is considered by some to be the first English novel. It is republished here with no modifications... More > whatsoever to the content of the text itself, although chapters have been moved to the starts of pages for readability.< Less
The Life of Daniel Defoe By William Minto
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Daniel Defoe was an author to some two hundred and fifty separate books and pamphlets, very few of them under his own name. Probably two men could not be found who would read through the vast mass of... More > contemporary anonymous and pseudonymous print, and agree upon a complete list of Defoe's writings. Fortunately, however, for those who wish to get a clear idea of his life and character, the identification is not pure guess-work on internal evidence. He put his own name or initials to some of his productions, and treated the authorship of others as open secrets. Enough is ascertained as his to provide us with the means for a complete understanding of his opinions and his conduct. For the following sketch, I have endeavoured to connect Defoe and his work with the history of the time.< Less
The Life of Daniel Defoe By William Minto
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Daniel Defoe was an author to some two hundred and fifty separate books and pamphlets, very few of them under his own name. Probably two men could not be found who would read through the vast mass of... More > contemporary anonymous and pseudonymous print, and agree upon a complete list of Defoe's writings. Fortunately, however, for those who wish to get a clear idea of his life and character, the identification is not pure guess-work on internal evidence. He put his own name or initials to some of his productions, and treated the authorship of others as open secrets. Enough is ascertained as his to provide us with the means for a complete understanding of his opinions and his conduct. For the following sketch, I have endeavoured to connect Defoe and his work with the history of the time.< Less
Daniel Defoe: William Minto By LogoStar Press
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William Minto (October 10, 1845 - March 1, 1893) was a Scottish man of letters, born at Auchintoul, Aberdeenshire, and educated at the University of Aberdeen. From 1874 to 1878 he edited the... More > "Examiner," and in 1872 he published a "Manual of English Prose Literature," which was distinguished by sound judgment and sympathetic appreciation; his "Characteristics of English Poets from Chaucer to Shirley" (1874) showed the same high qualities. His monograph on Daniel Defoe, which was published in 1879 in the "English Men of Letters" series is still considered to be the standard biography of the genius who has created the wonderful adventures of Robinson Crusoe.< Less
Daniel Defoe: William Minto By LogoStar Press
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William Minto (October 10, 1845 - March 1, 1893) was a Scottish man of letters, born at Auchintoul, Aberdeenshire, and educated at the University of Aberdeen. From 1874 to 1878 he edited the... More > "Examiner," and in 1872 he published a "Manual of English Prose Literature," which was distinguished by sound judgment and sympathetic appreciation; his "Characteristics of English Poets from Chaucer to Shirley" (1874) showed the same high qualities. His monograph on Daniel Defoe, which was published in 1879 in the "English Men of Letters" series is still considered to be the standard biography of the genius who has created the wonderful adventures of Robinson Crusoe.< Less
Greatest Works of Daniel Defoe: Atalantis Major, The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, The King of Pirates, Captain Singleton, Memoirs of a Cavalier, Moll Flanders & Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress By Daniel Defoe
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Daniel Defoe (1659–1731) was an prolific and versatile writer, pamphleteer and spy, one of the founders of the English novel, who gained fame for his famous novel Robinson Crusoe. Defoe based... More > part of the narrative of Robinson on the story of the castaway Alexander Selkirk, who spent four years stranded on the island of Juan Fernandez. The novel has been variously read as an allegory for the development of civilisation. In 1685, Defoe joined the ill-fated Monmouth Rebellion but gained a pardon by which he escaped the Bloody Assizes of Judge George Jeffreys, however, not all of Defoe's pamphlet writing was political. This collection contains his best works, in their original editions: Atalantis Major, The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, The King of Pirates, Captain Singleton, Memoirs of a Cavalier, Moll Flanders & Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress.< Less

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