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ENG210 Sept 20
Robinson Crusoe
Two intertwining narratives
o
Spiritual Crusoe discovering God
o
Economic making a living; reclaiming the process of production from an
alienated state and recovering their immediacy
o
We live alienated lives of the processes that sustain us
Reformation + the rise of Puritanism
o
Genre of conversion narrative
First person account from someone who was Born-Again
Robinson Crusoe can be read as a conversion narrative spiritual (only in
beginning)
The Fall Sometimes called the Fortunate Fall because of the possibility of
Redemption
o
Crusoe marooned on an island and undergoes a conversion
Economic narrative (rest of novel)
o
Story of creation of civilization
o
Puritans during the 17
th
century economic reform in England
o
Defoe gives a step-by-step recreation of the development of human
civilization
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ENG210 Sept 20 Robinson Crusoe Two intertwining narratives o Spiritual Crusoe discovering God o Economic making a living; reclaiming the process of production from an alienated state and recovering their immediacy o We live alienated lives of the processes that sustain us Reformation + the rise of Puritanism o Genre of conversion narrative First person account from someone who was Born-Again Robinson Crusoe ca
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