Robinson Crusoe

Why is Robinson Crusoe universally appealing?

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Robinson Crusoe is universally appealing because the themes of self awareness, of living simply, of appreciating the small things in one's life are still of importance to modern readers. Additionally, many relate to the desire to go against those expectations of one's elders in forging one's own space in the world.