Robinson Crusoe

Daniel Defoe, John Richetti (Edited by), John Richetti (Introducer)

With Robinson Crusoe, Defoe wrote what is regarded as the first English novel, and created one of the most popular and enduring myths in literature. Written in an age of exploration and enterprise, it has been variously interpreted as an embodiment of British imperialist values, as a portrayal of 'natural man', or as a moral fable. But above all it is a brilliant narrative, depicting Crusoe's transformation from terrified survivor to self-sufficient master of an island.
  • Penguin
  • Published 27th March 2003
  • 288 Pages
  • £6.99