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Robinson Crusoe Critique...I admire how Defoe developed his character through behaviors and actions on the island
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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- Robinson Crusoe Critique...I admire how Defoe developed his character through behaviors and actions on the island
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