The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

 Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe's gripping adventure-one of the first English novels-chronicles Crusoe's experiences on the island, which include finding a human footprint on the shore, encountering cannibals, and befriending a native whom Crusoe calls Friday. Crusoe's story is also an account of one man's physical survival and his psychological and spiritual development in an alienating and dangerous solitude. This classic novel, published in 1719, remains one of the most famous and resonant myths in literature.

Table of Content

Chapter 1 Start in Life

Chapter 2 Slavery and Escape

Chapter 3 Wrecked on a Desert Island

Chapter 4 First Weeks on the Island

Chapter 5 Builds a House - The Journal

Chapter 6 Ill and Conscience-Stricken

Chapter 7 Agricultural Experience

Chapter 8 Surveys His Position

Chapter 9 A Boat

Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

Chapter 10 Tames Goats

Chapter 11 Finds Print of Man's Foot on the Sand

Chapter 12 A Cave Retreat

Chapter 13 Wreck of a Spanish Ship

Chapter 14 A Dream Realised

Chapter 15 Friday's Education

Chapter 16 Rescue of Prisoners from Cannibals

Chapter 17 Visit of Mutineers

Chapter 18 The Ship Recovered

Chapter 19 Return to England

Chapter 20 Fight Between Friday and a Bear