‘Robinson Crusoe’ by Daniel Defoe


Robinson Crusoe  was  a  British  man.  He  went  on  a  sea  voyage  against  the  wishes  of  his  parents.  Many difficulties came on  his  way.  At last  he  landed   on  a lonely  island. He learned to live there.  After  many  years  he  found  that  the  native  cannibals  often  visited  the  island.  Crusoe saved one  of  the  prisoners  and  named  him   Friday. Crusoe  taught   him  Enlish and  man by  other  things. He  saved  two  more  people .  He  saved  an  English  captain. He  helped  him  to get  out  from  the  islnd  and  return  to  the  island. After  returning  to  England  he  got  married  and  had  three   children.   The story  ends   with   a hint   that  he  will return  to  the  island.

Reviewed by Aiswarya Anand


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