10 thoughts on “Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

  1. Ihssane stark says:

    For this adventurous sailling was his life. Against his father's will, He left Hull, his comfortable life. Hopping for excitement and adventure. In London he was good and in brazil he became rich and successful, he lived a quiet comfortable life. But he was not satisfied, he felt bored, by then excitedly he sailed again, unfortunately the Bad luck followed him, After a strong storm he found himself in a wild island alone. There he learnt to be greatful, thankful, satisfied, helpful clever and responsable.
    Robinson was set free in his twenty eight years on the island, finally he left it and sailed to his country England.
    Life of that man was an adventure itself.
    Thank you so much.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *