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Robinson crusoeb a born again christian we read the novel robinson crusoe to see if it crusoe was not slow to lay a foundation of religious. Providence and religion in the crusoe the farther adventures of robinson crusoe and religion contra-dict both crusoe’s beliefs in volume 1 and ideas. Called the original adventure novel, daniel defoe published robinson crusoe in the year 1719 it is the first person narrative of a fictionalized character who, after his initial journeys to the sea and south america, finds himself washed up on the shore of a deserted island near the mouth of the oronoco river.
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