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Robinson Crusoe (Annotated), Hardback Book

Robinson Crusoe (Annotated) Hardback

Part of the Sastrugi Press Classics series



Read the classic that started the castaway genre.

The definitive edition

  • Features an uplifting extended biography of the life and experiences of Daniel Defoe
  • Large Print editions available in hardback and paperback
  • Remastered for premium quality print and easy reading

Robinson Crusoe was first published by Daniel Defoe in 1719. This book became immensely popular due to its realism and vivid storytelling. Defoe's works helped spur the birth of literary realism.

In this novel, we read the autobiography of Robinson Crusoe who longed for the sea. He became a sailor and embarked on numerous boat journeys against his parents' wishes until his last sea voyage left him washed ashore on an isolated island. Crusoe spends 28 years living on a remote tropical island near Trinidad in the Caribbean as a castaway.

"Thus fear of danger is ten thousand times more terrifying than danger itself."

Alone and afraid, Crusoe has to make do with what he has to survive on. He encounters numerous dangers during his adventures where his spirit, will, and self-determination will be tested to the limit. Crusoe will be forced to rely only on himself for survival.

How will Crusoe fare? What will he discover about himself, and what adventures is he about to live? Will he ever be rescued and sail back to England? Join him in his thrilling story and find out.

Get your copy of this timeless classic today!


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