Robinson Crusoe: His Life and Strange Surprising Adventures (BOK)

Daniel Defoe

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Defoe's most celebrated story of Crusoe's shipwreck, his resourcefulness and ingenuity in his soliatry life on a desert island and his rescue of Man Friday has been abridged and retold many times since its publication (in two volumes) in 1719. It even appeared recently in graphic-novel form. In 1968 Kathleen Lines determined to make the original text more accessible to young readers by breaking Defoe's original, continuous narrative into chapters, slightly cutting Crusoe's long meditations, and compressing the relevant bits of THE FARTHER ADVENTURES into a neat Epilogue, so that readers learn what happened to Friday. The evocative engravings are reproduced from a mid-nineteenth-century edition published by Cassell, Petter & Gilpin.

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Utgitt 1993
Forfatter Daniel Defoe Forlag
EVERYMAN's LIBRARY CHILDRENS
ISBN 9781857159189 Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Illustratør etc., W.J. Linton Emner og form Classic fiction (Children's / Teenage)