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Text Content Summary Robinson was born in a respectable merchant family. He longed for sailing and wanted to experience overseas.
He went out to sea without telling his father.
The first time he sailed, he encountered a strong storm and the ship sank. He finally escaped with his life and went to sea for the second time. Africa made a lot of money by doing business.
The third time was unfortunately captured by the Moors and made a slave. Later, he rowed his master’s boat and was rescued by a Portuguese cargo ship on the way to Brazil. After that, he bought a manor there and made it a manor. Lord, he was not reconciled to getting rich like this and went to sea again to sell slaves in Africa. On the way, the ship encountered a storm and hit the rocks. All the sailors and passengers on the ship were killed.
Only Robinson survived and drifted to an uninhabited isolated island. He used the mast of the sunken ship to make He set up a raft again and again, transported the food, clothes, ammunition and tools on the boat to the shore, and set up a tent on the side of the hill to settle down. Then he used sharpened wooden stakes to build fences around the tent, and he dug holes behind the tent to live in. Tools made furniture such as tables and chairs Hunted wild game to eat and drink the water in the stream Overcame the initial difficulties He began to grow barley and rice on the island He made his own wood mortar and pestle sieves Processed flour to bake rough bread He caught and domesticated wild animals The goats were allowed to breed, and he also made pottery to ensure his own living needs. Although Robinson never gave up looking for a way to leave the island, he cut down a big tree and spent five or six months to make an isolated one. The wooden boat was too heavy to be dragged into the sea, so all previous efforts were abandoned and a new Robinson Robinson lived alone on the island.
One day later, he found that the shore of the island was full of human bones that had been burned. It turned out that a group of savages from the outer islands once There was a human meat feast here, and Robinson was shocked.
Since then, he has been vigilant. Bukharin in history pays more attention to things around him. Until the next year, a group of savages came to the island with the captive Robinson who was ready to kill and eat.
After the discovery, one of them was rescued by Robinson, and the rescued native was named Friday.
After that, Friday became Robinson’s faithful servant and friend. Then Robinson took Friday and rescued a Spaniard and Friday’s father.
A British ship moored near the island.
The sailors made trouble and the captain and three others were abandoned on the island.
Robinson and Friday helped the captain subdue the sailors and took back the ship. He left the sailors on the island and took Friday and the captain with him. Leaving the deserted island and returning to England, Robinson had already left home for a year. He married in England and had three children. After his wife died, Robinson went out to sea again to do business.
Passing by the deserted island where he lived, he stayed on the island The sailors and Spaniards have settled down and multiplied.
Robinson sent new immigrants to give them the land of the island and leave them with various daily necessities.
They left the island with satisfaction.
An important writer of Enlightenment literature, his representative work Robinson Crusoe is a literary masterpiece that has been widely spread and has great influence.
It shows a strong bourgeois enterprising spirit and enlightenment. This novel was created by Defoe inspired by a true story at that time.
The Scottish sailor Selkirk had a quarrel with the captain at sea and was abandoned by the captain on a desert island.
After four years, he was rescued and returned to Selkirk, England.
No heroic deeds worthy of praise were made on the desert island, but Robinson portrayed by Defoe was a complete newcomer and became a hero in the hearts of the petty and middle bourgeoisie at that time.
He was the first idealized image of emerging bourgeois in Western literature.
Bin Sun was born in the middle class. His father often taught him the philosophy of contentment and happiness.
He wanted him to be satisfied with the status quo and not to go to sea, but the new world overseas was like an irresistible attraction to him. On the first voyage, he almost drowned. On the third voyage, he was taken captive by pirates. After escaping, he made a fortune in Brazil, but he still did not give up.
He was suggested by others to sail again. As a result, he was stranded on an island for many years. The enterprising and adventurous spirit showed the emerging bourgeoisie’s desire to open up the world and occupy the world. The description of Robinson’s experience on the desert island in the story is the essence of the whole book.
The author describes Robinson as full of labor enthusiasm.
As a person, he struggled with nature by his tenacious and unremitting labor, showing amazing perseverance.
Once Robinson arrived at the desert island, he immediately threw himself into the struggle to conquer nature after overcoming the initial pessimism and despair.
Almost everything that could be taken away was taken away from the ship. With his own hands and wisdom, he used the simple tools left on the ship to overcome countless difficulties and created conditions for his own survival.
He also dug caves, built fences, domesticated goats, planted grains, and made unique products.
Canoe baked pottery, processed flour, baked bread, etc.
, and made his life very rich.
In the end, he even had his own plantation, ranch, two residences, a lot of furniture, and even established a lively family including dogs, cats, sheep and parrots. It takes a lot of labor and a long time to do everything, but he fails and never gets discouraged. He spent nearly half a year building a canoe that can only seat people, but it is difficult to put it into the sea.
It took years of work to dig a small river, so he had to give up the boat and build another one in another year. The infinite courage to conquer nature and the tenacious spirit of hard work have given the image of Robinson a great artistic charm. The author used this to praise the adventurous and enterprising spirit of the bourgeoisie in the period of primitive accumulation of capital, emphasizing the individual’s intelligence and perseverance. In order to go to Africa to sell slaves, he used muskets and Bibles to overwhelm the natives and made Friday