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My favourite book is "Robinson Crusoe"
by Daniel Defoe. D. Defoe (1660—1731)
was a great master of realistic detail. The
novel "Robinson Crusoe" was written in
1719. The novel is praise to human labour
and the triumph of man over nature.
Defoe shows the development of his
hero. At the beginning of the story we see
an inexperienced youth, a rather frivolous
boy, who then becomes a strong-willed
Robinson Crusoe's most characteristic
trait is his optimism. His guiding principle
in life become "never say die" and "in
trouble to be troubled is to have your
troubles doubled".
He had confidence in himself and in
man. He believed it was within the power of
man to overcome all difficulties. Crusoe
was an enthusiastic worker and always
hoped for the best.
Defoe is a writer of the Enlightenment.
He teaches people how to live, he tries to
teach what's good and what's bad. His
novel "Robinson Crusoe" is not only a work
of fiction, an account of adventures, a
biography and an educational pamphlet.
It is a study of man, a great work
showing man in relation to nature and
civilization as well as in relation to labour
and private property.