As Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe

Daniel Defoe M. Henriques


As Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe

As Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe

  • Title: As Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe
  • Author: Daniel Defoe M. Henriques
  • ISBN: 9789896530167
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback



Crusoe the family name corrupted from the German name Kreutznaer sets sail from the Queen s Dock in Hull on a sea voyage in August 1651, against the wishes of his parents, who want him to pursue a career, possibly in law After a tumultuous journey where his ship is wrecked in a storm, his lust for the sea remains so strong that he sets out to sea again This journey,Crusoe the family name corrupted from the German name Kreutznaer sets sail from the Queen s Dock in Hull on a sea voyage in August 1651, against the wishes of his parents, who want him to pursue a career, possibly in law After a tumultuous journey where his ship is wrecked in a storm, his lust for the sea remains so strong that he sets out to sea again This journey, too, ends in disaster, as the ship is taken over by Sale pirates the Sale Rovers and Crusoe is enslaved by a Moor Two years later, he escapes in a boat with a boy named Xury a captain of a Portuguese ship off the west coast of Africa rescues him The ship is en route to Brazil Crusoe sells Xury to the captain With the captain s help, Crusoe procures a plantation Robinson Crusoe is a novel by Daniel Defoe, first published on 25 April 1719 This first edition credited the work s fictional protagonist Robinson Crusoe as its author, leading many readers to believe he was a real person and the book a travelogue of true incidents It was published under the considerably longer original title The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Of York, Mariner.


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This is one of those books that really serves to remind a modern audience of why we should kill whitey. Robinson Crusoe is the story of a young man with atrociously bad luck who, unfortunately for any shipmates he ever has, suffers from an extreme case of wanderlust. Every ship he gets onto sinks, but he just keeps getting onto them. Even after he's got a nice, successful plantation of his own, he decides he's just GOT to get on ANOTHER ship to -- get this -- procure himself some slaves. It cras [...]

It's really sad that people judge books from the 17th century from their 21st century politically-correct perspective. You don't have to agree with Defoe's worldview and religious beliefs to like the book. I'm repulsed by Homer's beliefs but I know his works deserve to be classics.People who think this book is boring probably think hikes through majestic mountains or quiet afternoons in a beautiful garden are boring. This book is slow at times. But the slowest parts are the best. Defoe is a mast [...]

Reading Robinson Crusoe is like reading a grocery list scribbled in the margins of a postcard from Fiji: "Weather's fine! Wish you could be here! Need fruit, veg, meat." I understand it's an early novel and should be respected as a pioneer of the craft, but dang it, this is the most boring pioneer ever!

August 1651Dear Diary,Woo hoo! Run away to sea at last! Mum and Dad didn't want me to go but honestly, what's the worst that can happen? So far I'm loving life on the ocean wave and have only been a little bit sea sick. Anyway it's Bye bye Hull, hello Honolulu!Yours, RobinsonJanuary 1653Dear Diary,Sorry it's been so long. There was a minor incident with a shipwreck and just when I'd managed to find passage on another boat some pirates turned up and I ended up as a slave. I had to do loads of wor [...]

Many consider this the first English novel. It was published in 1719, and the setting was around 1650. But the amazing thing about this novel is that it's timeless. Being stranded on a deserted island would be much the same today as it was 350 years ago. It's a great tale though, one I grew up with, along with Treasure Island and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The 18th century writing style is a negative for most kids today I would think.

"El mundo se me aparecía como algo remoto, que en nada me concernía y del que nada debía esperar o desear. En una palabra, me hallaba del todo aislado… me habitué a considerarlo en la forma en que acaso lo hacemos cuando ya no estamos en él… y bien podía decir como el patriarca Abraham al hombre rico: “Entre tú y yo hay un abismo."Si hay algo que tengo que reconocerle a “Robinson Crusoe” es que según mi opinión dista mucho de considerarse como un libro de literatura juvenil, m [...]

It is hard to estimate the literary (and cultural) impact of Robinson Crusoe. First published in 1719, this is certainly the benchmark upon which most all castaway stories have been judged since. Though I had to consider that Shakespeare’s The Tempest was published in 1610. No magicians or witches here, and no Calaban lurking in the shadows, this is all about everyman Robin taking care of business on an island that may have been present day Tobago. Having never read the novel before, I still f [...]

Hoo-boy!I'm surprised and amazed and dismayed by the ex post facto muy-contempo correct-nosity readings belowouldn't be, I guess, but am.Gee whillikers, kids, uhm, here's one of the great social and, perhaps even more, spiritual documents of Western Civ, and it's a ripping read that declared ongoing archetypes, and it's getting dissed forr being a bit blind to its own time. Which of us won't end up wishing for at least that when our tombstone gets knocked over?'sides which, how many first noveli [...]

لقد نجاو لكن يا لها من نجاة مخيفةفبعد ان ثار الأزرق الغدارو ألقى بسفينته محطمة فوق الرمال. .يغرق الجميع. .عداه🌊ليبقى روبينسون كروزو وحيداليس لديه ما يأكله او يشربهبلا سلاح. .بلا مهاراتضعيفا ابلهلن يفيده حديثه الفاتن. .و لا ذكاؤه الاجتماعيهكذا القى دانيال ديفو ببطله بدون شفقة [...]

Spoiler alertRobinson Crusoe was a total douchebag. If anyone deserved to get stuck on an island for 28 years, it was this guy. His story begins with his dying father pleading with him to stay at home, but the teenage Crusoe won't have it. He wants to be a sailor, he swears that he's meant to be a sailor, he totally loves the sea - even though he's never been on a boat. So, against his family's wishes he runs off to a buddy's ship. And guess what? He hates it. He's sick all the time, the boat is [...]

987. Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe‎The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe‬, Daniel DefoeRobinson Crusoe is a novel by Daniel Defoe, first published on 25 April 1719. The first edition credited the work's protagonist Robinson Crusoe as its author, leading many readers to believe he was a real person and the book a travelogue of true incidents. Epistolary, confessional, and didactic in form, the book is presented as an autobiography of the title character (whose birth name is Robinson Kreutznaer) [...]

Around the year 1704, Alexander Selkirk, a 28 years old Scottish privateer was marooned, at his request, on a desert island off the coast of Chile. He managed to survive there for about five years until he was rescued and brought back to England. The young man died a few years later on a voyage to Africa, but his story as a castaway became a legend. At the time of Selkirk’s death, Daniel Defoe, an English businessman and journalist, had just published a book inspired by his adventure, taking s [...]

Now and then it's good to go back and read a book written three hundred years or so ago. The mind-shift necessary you need to make to enjoy the book keeps your brain limber, cleans the mental attic of the literary clutter that has accumulated- that a book needs to be fast-paced, that the dialogue needs to be witty and revealing, that long descriptions are boring. So you read a book that doesn't meet any of the standards someone has told you a good book should meet and you still enjoy it because [...]

Robinson Crusoe was the first book I had read by myself – I was absolutely entranced, I had no smallest idea that books could be so hypnotizing. Strange may it seem but most of all I enjoyed reading the lists of the items Robinson was salvaging from the wrecked ship.“My next care was for some ammunition and arms. There were two very good fowling-pieces in the great cabin, and two pistols. These I secured first, with some powder-horns and a small bag of shot, and two old rusty swords. I knew [...]

I'm so happy this nightmare is over! I only trudged through to the end because it's a classic (although why it's canonized is beyond me). Look at me, yes me, I'm Robinson Crusoe and I'm stuck here on this Island and I'm going to tell you all about it, down to the minutest detail oh and I'm going to do this more than once and if that's not good enough, I'm going to tell you how I found Providence - that's right - because there is a reason I survived the sunk ship, so I'm going to thank Providence [...]

I know, I know Robinson Crusoe is a book full of cultural relativism and unconscious cruelty. He's an imperialist bastard. I know.But it is exactly these elements, plus the fact that it is one hell of an adventure story, that made me really like this book. Yes, it is absolutely provoking. But it also thinks deeply on religion, economy, and self. And it's an adventure. So while in some ways, the story/viewpoint/author are extremely distasteful, it is a very satisfying read.

‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، نویسنده با نبوغ و استعدادِ بسیار، در غالبِ داستان، نشان داده است که زندگی دستجمعی و اجتماع، تا چه اندازه میتواند برایِ انسانها مفید و واجب باشد انسانها باید به طورِ جمعی زندگی کنند تا بتوانند به حیاتِ خود ادامه دهند‎عزیزانم، این داستانِ معروف، در موردِ مر [...]

Alright, well I am going to respond to those who think that the only way you could not enjoy this book is if you are looking back from a privileged 21st century point of view and judging the actions of our less socially conscious ancestors. I read this book as a part of my 18th century literature class, so I have been reading a lot of novels written around the same time and with a number of the same themes. I have been able to enjoy many of them despite some uncomfortable and shocking moments of [...]

بعضی از کتاب ها، بیشتر به خاطر فضایی که در اون خونده شدن، توی ذهن می مونن. برای من، رابینسون کروزو، قطعاً از این دسته است. بذارید توصیف کنم: ده دوازده سالم بود. پدر بزرگ مادری ام، یه خونه ی قدیمی داشت، توی قزوین که بسیار بسیار زیبا بود و پر بود از گل و گیاه و پیچک و دار و درخت. هم تو [...]

This book seems to be a protonovel, a progenitor to the idea of a today's modern novel. It is an adventure story meant to excite the imagination and satisfy the need for a suspenseful plot denouement. But you can't expect a novel written almost 3 centuries ago to follow the genre conventions established today. Stick with it. This novel, an adventure of a type only possible in the 1600s and 1700s, reflects a real historical period of human development. For a book which was exploring the possibili [...]

There are reasons that some books are considered classics—even after many years, they still have things to say to us. Robinson Crusoe is one of those stories. I first encountered it as a child, in comic book form (anyone else remember Classics Illustrated?) and I remember reading it numerous times and then day dreaming about how I would survive on a desert island. And of course, it is often asked “If you could take only one book (or five, or whatever number) of books with you to entertain yo [...]

Robinson Crusoe is one of literature classics and for me, a reference in the construction of the novel I'm writing (and that I would love to share with all of you very soon). I love the stories of survival, travel and where the sea plays a vital role in the development of the story. Robinson Crusoe is the shipwrecked prototype we all have in our minds and it isn't a coincidence that is the most famous. It's an excellent novel and I recommend it to all those who, like me, love the kind of stories [...]

There can not be many classics WORSE than this book. It might be decently written. And it might be a classic. For that I'll give it 2 stars instead of 1. But it's boring! I really don't know why this is a classic. But you won't waste much time reading it. It'll take you 3 hours to read it, tops. This isn't really a book but more of a pamphlet TO WRITE YOUR OWN ROBINSON CRUSOE:#1 Create the start of a plot line that sounds very interesting. For instance, a man being marooned on an island and havi [...]

على الرغم من أنني قرأت النسخة العربية المختصرة من هذه الرواية. وشاهدت العديد من الأفلام التي اقتبست من القصة، إلا أن الرواية مازالت مشوقة للغاية ولم أشعر بالملل حتى صفحتها الأخيرة كان رائعا إستعادة أحداث رحلة روبنسون كروزو التي استغرقت 28 عاما على جزيرة غير مأهولة ومغامراته [...]

Five stars for the first 2/3, two stars for the rest.I thought most of this book was gripping. The early adventures are exciting, and shot through with the dread of ominous prophesy. The infamous long sections on the island where nothing happens and we get detailed logistics of house-building and tool-making I found these all fascinating. The industriousness and cleverness Crusoe displays as he turns whatever he can to his meager advantage are inspiring-- literally, I was inspired. The religious [...]

There is something inherently absurd about any sort of qualitative evaluation (a la "how many stars do I give this on ?") by a twenty-first century reader of a book like Robinson Crusoe. Published in 1719, it embodies a rather paradoxical identity crisis of being a novel that was written before novels really existed. It doesn't play by the rules -- simply because there were no rules when it was written. There are a lot of unfamiliar things that will put off, or even disgust, the modern reader. [...]

Stranded in the Tropics10 May 2016 Well, he I am, sitting at one of my favourite coffee shops on a blustery and wet winter morning in Melbourne where I have just finished another book of which I have known the story since I was a little boy but having never actually read the book. I'm sure we all know of the story of Robinson Crusoe, who was shipwrecked while out at sea and ended up spending years (about twenty three of them) alone on an island, forced to make do with what he could scavenge from [...]

Mais do que um clássico, é parte do imaginário cultural ocidental, não existindo quem não conheça a história, de tanto ser reproduzida e recontada nas mais variadas formas. É o primeiro romance realista, lançado em 1719, escrito por um jornalista que baseado em casos reais, de pessoas perdidas em ilhas do Pacífico, resolveu ficcionar uma história escrita. Apesar de toda a sua relevância, sobreviveu mal ao tempo sendo hoje um livro que, apesar de clássico, serve melhor o público inf [...]

This seems to be the quintessential Idiot Ball story, where the only thing working against the protagonist is his own constant short-sightedness, if not head-slapping stupidity. This can be amusing enough, but Defoe constantly ignores promising plot-hooks in order to pursue Crusoe's thick-headedness undisturbed.You'd think a survival scenario would provide a wealth of hardship, but, despite his constant panics, Crusoe has a rather easy time of it. Even more than this, every other character in th [...]

Mi è piaciuto il libro e mi è piaciuto il personaggio Robinson Crusoe: un uomo pratico dalle mille risorse che si sa arrangiare, togliere d’impiccio, non si piange addosso riesce a ricrearsi un mondo senza avere niente, sfruttando il poco che possiede, le sue giornate sono piene di avvenimenti, di tentativi riusciti o meno di migliorare la sua condizione e quando abbandona l’isola lascia dietro di sé un mondo: una casa, confortevole e ben protetta, quasi una fattoria, terra coltivata, pro [...]


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