Recommended in Program(s): Challenge II
With its vividly realistic style, Robinson Crusoe changed the game of fiction writing. After being shipwrecked (and not for the first time) on an island, Crusoe must use his ingenuity and perseverance to survive. The story unfolds in the form of letters written by Crusoe, detailing his life alone, and eventually with his friend “Friday.” Robinson Crusoe causes the reader to think about the influences of human nature and society and the choices that shape both.
- 225 pages
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