"Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe: An essay about a religious change.
For centuries literary critiques have commented on Robinson Crusoe's spiritual and religious change, saying that he grew as an individual on a spiritual and religious level. Robinson Crusoe started out as a young man who was obtuse, materialistic, naive, and incredibly primitive when it came to issues such as religion. The incredible circumstances that Robinson Crusoe underwent caused him to re-evaluate his dealings with G-d and eventually develop onto a deeper spiritual, internal plane. Having spent twenty-eight long years on an uninhabited island, disconnected from the rest of world,…
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