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Course Codes : ENGL2405


ISBN 9780241973691
Edition 1st
Publication Date
Publisher Penguin
'At last I could row no further. My hands were blistered, my back was burned, my body ached. With a sigh, making barely a splash, I slipped overboard . . . ' In the early eighteenth century, Susan Barton is washed ashore on a remote desert island. There she encounters a man named Cruso and his silent servant, Friday. Far from civilization, she has no choice but to join these castaways - until the day a passing ship offers the chance of rescue. On arriving in London, Susan decides to tell her story and seeks help from the well-known author Daniel Foe. But, as a writer, Foe seeks not to tell the truth as Susan remembers it but instead to produce a grand narrative that will outlive its age - one Susan cannot recognize . . . 'A small miracle of a book.' -Washington Post

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