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Daniel Defoe (1660-1731) lived a life full of business successes and reverses, financial gains and losses, and political victories and defeats. Sent by his father to study for the ministry, Defoe entered the business world instead. In 1685, Defoe took part in the Duke of Monmouth’s ill-fated rebellion against King James II; and in 1688, he joined a volunteer regiment that acted as William III’s escort into London.
Robinson Crusoe by Ian Graham is a part of Barron's Graphic Classics. These are books that introduce immortal literary works to children. Published by Barron's Educational Series in 2011.
by Ian Graham (Adapter), Daniel Defoe (Author), Penko Gelev (Illustrator) & 0 more. I was looking for the original version of Robinson Crusoe. Some of the books were not the original version; I didn't want anything that was added to or taken from.
Robinson Crusoe (/ˈkruːsoʊ/) is a novel by Daniel Defoe, first published on 25 April 1719.
High-quality color illustrations dramatize famous stories that are retold with dialogue balloons and short narrative passages that capture the spirit of the original novels or plays.
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by Daniel Defoe & illustrated by Penko Gelev & retold by Ian Graham
by Daniel Defoe & illustrated by Penko Gelev & retold by Ian Graham. Along with capturing neither the original’s melodrama nor the stranded Crusoe’s MacGyver-esque ingenuity in making do, Graham’s version quickly waxes tedious thanks to forced inclusion of minor details and paraphrased rather than directly quoted dialogue in an artificially antiquated style ( You Friday. Frequent superscript numbers lead to often-superfluous footnotes: Crusoe, a European, assumes that he is superior to other races. This attitude was usual at the time when the story was written.