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Identify and discuss the elements and situations in Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe that make it a novel from the perspective of verisimilitude
Prove that the novel contains the following themes: Mastery is essential to human survival. Acceptance is a requirement for happiness. A complicated life only distracts from living.
Discuss whether Crusoe is an unwise man or an unlucky man
Why is Robinson Crusoe universally appealing?
explain how robinson crusoe's life experience contributes to his survival
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