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ENGB35H3
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Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe (1719)
-Realism vs Romance (child is innately pure and innocent)
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-autobiography
-alexander Selkirk, marooned in the South Seas for 4 years
Adventure
-spawns a genre of adventure fiction and a sub-genre of Robinsonades (e.g., Swiss Family Robinson,
Coral Island, Treasure Island, Lord of the Flies , Blue Lagoon, Castaway, Crusoe in Canada)
-Adventure is a modern form of Romance
-Shorter OED:
1. a That which comoes to us or happens without design; chance, hap, fortune, luck. Obs
b. per adventure, by adventure, of adventure (Fr. Par aventure): by chance. The two latter are
Obs., the first now treated as a single word with sense perchance, perhaps. See peradventure
2. A chance occurrence, an event or issue, an accident. Also in Law. Obs.
3. Chance of danger or loss; risk, jeopardy, peril. To put in adventure: to put in jeopardy, to
imperil, to risk, to stake. Still in Mar. Insur.
4. Hazardous activity [i.e. risky]
5. Any novel or unexpected event in which one shares; an exciting or remarkable incident
befalling any one
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2. Rousseau t handbook of education t getting back to nature
3. Marxist critics t 1. Economic profit & parable of middle class individualism
4. Marxist Critics t a parable of natural labour and alienation
5. Postcolonial critics t a parable of British colonialism
1. The religious narrative
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the Uses to which wise Men always apply them (viz.) to the instruction of others by this Example, and to
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-Defoe was a Dissenter
-Protestant morality based on individual conscience; individual alone with God
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