Robinson Crusoe Critique...I admire how Defoe developed his character through behaviors and actions on the island
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Robinson Crusoe Critique
Many novels are read everyday, some well liked and others not. Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe is a very well written novel that can be an example to other ones elsewhere. I like how Defoe creates his characters, but in particular, Robinson Crusoe. Additionally, I admire how he developed his character through behavior and actions on the island.
Firstly, I like how Robinson Crusoe is not a mythological hero who has supernatural powers, but just an ordinary man. This gives the novel a sense of realism, which I fancy. His normalcy can be seen when he approaches p…
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