The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

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Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1864 - 497 Seiten
 

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CRUSOE AND THE MASTER EXAMINE THE CHARTS
45
Appearance of the wreck and country next dayswim on board of the ship and
48
CRUSOE GETS INTO THE FORECASTLE
51
CRUSOES BAFT IS NEARLY UPSET
57
CRUSOE WALKS BY THE SEASIDE IN GREAT DEJECTION
65
CRUSOE LOOKS OUT TO SEA FOR A SAIL
71
begin to keep a journalchristen my desert island the island of Despairfall upon
72
CRUSOE SPLINTERS THE KIDS
77
THE CAVE FALLING IN CRUSOE MAKES HIS ESCAPE
83
Observe the ship driven further aground by the late stormprocure a vast quantity
84
CRUSOE IS FILLED WITH REMORSE FOR HIS PAST LIFE
91
CRUSOE PRAYS
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begin to take a survey of my islanddiscover plenty of tobacco grapes lemons
98
CRUSOE WHEN A BOY WATCHES THE BASKET MAKERS AT WORK
107
CRUSOE IS COMFORTED BY HIS BIBLE
113
CRUSOE REAPS HIS BARLEY
121
CRUSOES MESSMATES LAUGH HIS SENSE OF RELIGION OUT OF HIM
129
or captivityblown out to seareach the shore with great difficultyfall asleep
132
CRUSOE RETURNS THANKS FOR HIS DELIVERANCE
137
ORUSOE DINES WITH HIS FAMILY
143
Description of my figurealso of my dwelling and enclosuresdreadful alarm on seeing
144
CRUSOE FLEES TO HIS FORTIFICATION
149
observe a canoe out at seafind on the shore the remnant of a feast of cannibals
156
CRUSOE PLOTS THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CANNIBALS
161
CRUSOE FINDS A DYING HEGOAT IN THE CAVE
169
CRUSOE TEACHES HIS PARROT TO TALK
170
Description of my situation in the twentythird year of my residencediscover nine naked
171
CRUSOE HEARS A GUN FIRED AT
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Reflections an extraordinary dreamdiscover five canoes of savages on shoreobserve
185
CRUSOE DELIVERS FRIDAY
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am at great pains to instruct Friday respecting my abhorrence of the cannibal practices
199
FRIDAY DELIVERS THE GUIDE FROM THE WOLVES
269
A HORSE PURSUED BY WOLVES
275
PART II
281
CRUSOES WIFE WILL NOT BE A HINDRANCE TO
283
CRUSOES NEPHEW OFFERS TO TAKE HIM TO THE ISLAND
289
THE CREW IS SAVED FROM THE BURNING SHIP
295
Steer for the West Indiesdistressing account of a Bristol ship the crew of which
300
CRUSOE MEETS THE SPANIARD ON LANDING
307
Narrative continuedinsolence of three of the Englishmen to the Spaniardsthey
315
Fresh broils betwixt the turbulent Englishmen and the Spaniardsthe English make
327
THE SPANIARD INTERFERES FOR THE SLAVE
328
The island is invaded by a formidable fleet of savagesa terrible engagement in which
347
hold conversations with the Spaniards and learn the history of their situation among
358
THE PRIEST URGES THE CONVERSION OF THE INDIANS
375
CRUSOE GIVES WILL ATKINS A BIBLE
397
CRUSOE BIDS A LAST FAREWELL TO THE ISLAND
403
and take my leave of it for everI determine to go with the ship to the East Indies
409
THE SAILORS MAKE THEIR ESCAPE WITH THE BOAT
415
Make a trading voyage in this shipput into the river of Cambodiaand warned of
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CRUSOE IS WARNED OF HIS DANGER
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CRUSOE DECLARES THE CHARACTER OF HIS SHIP
445
We arrive in China in safetydispose of the shipdescription of the inhabitantsarrive
450
FATHER SIMON PRESSES CRUSOE TO GO TO PEKIN
451
CRUSOE SEES A CHINESE GENTLEMAN ON THE ROAD
459
THE SCOTSMAN HEADS A CHARGE ON THE TARTARS 401
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which we destroygreat danger
472
THE TARTARS RECONNOITRE THE TRAVELLERS
473
CRUSOE IS SURPRISED AT THE RUSSIAN MODE OF TRAVELLING
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Conversations with a Russian grandeeset out on my journey homewardsharassed
485
CRUSOE TEMPTS THE EXILED NOBLEMAN TO ESCAPE
489
CRUSOE PREPARES FOR HIS LAST JOURNEY
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Seite 420 - Cursed be their anger, for it was fierce; and their wrath, for it was cruel: I will divide them in Jacob, and scatter them in Israel.
Seite 148 - Call upon me in the day of trouble, and I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me.
Seite 43 - I may say, wrapt up in a contemplation of my deliverance ; making a thousand gestures and motions, .which I cannot describe ; reflecting upon all my comrades that were drowned, and that there should not be one soul saved but myself ; for, as for them, I never saw them afterwards, or any sign of them, except three of their hats, one cap, and two shoes that were not fellows.
Seite 57 - I smiled to myself at the sight of this money. "O drug!" said I aloud, "what art thou good for? Thou art not worth to me, no, not the taking off of the ground; one of those knives is worth all this heap; I have no manner of use for thee; e'en remain where thou art and go to the bottom as a creature whose life is not worth saving.
Seite 42 - ... as it would carry me a great way towards the shore when it came on, might not carry me back again with it when it gave back towards the sea. The wave that came upon me again...
Seite 47 - ... her stern lay lifted up upon the bank, and her head low almost to the water ; by this means all her quarter was free, and all that was in that part was dry : for you may be sure my first work was to search and to see what was spoiled, and what was free : and first I found that all the ship's provisions were dry and untouched by the water; and being very well disposed to eat, I went to the bread-room, and...
Seite 191 - I was very well pleased with him. In a little time I began to speak to him, and teach him to speak to me; and, first, I made him know his name should be Friday, which was the day I saved his life. I called him so for the memory of the time. I likewise taught him to say master, and then let him know that was to be my name.
Seite 145 - Nor is it possible to describe how many various shapes my affrighted imagination represented things to me in, how many wild ideas were found every moment in my fancy, and what strange unaccountable whimsies came into my thoughts by the way. When I came to my castle (for so I think I called it ever after this), I fled into it like one pursued; whether I went over by the ladder, as first contrived, or went in at the hole in the rock, which I...
Seite 3 - ... temperance, moderation, quietness, health, society, all agreeable diversions, and all desirable pleasures, were the blessings attending the middle station of life...
Seite 42 - ... deep in its own body, and I could feel myself carried with a mighty force and swiftness towards the shore a very great way; but I held my breath, and assisted myself to swim still forward with all my might. I was ready to burst with holding my breath, when as I felt myself raising up, so, to my immediate relief, I found my head and hands shoot out above the surface of the water...

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