Foe - Part II Summary & Analysis

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Part II Summary

Part two consists of letters written by Susan to Mr. Foe, the man she has settled on to write the story of her adventures as a castaway. Susan writes that she has a second-story apartment on Clock Lane and that Friday sleeps in the cellar. She says she couldn't have left Friday on the island alone, but he isn't happy in the city. On April 20, Susan thanks Mr. Foe for money she uses to buy clothes for Friday and to pay the rent, then asks if he couldn't take them into his own home, she as his servant and Friday as a gardener. Susan says that she imagines his house and he as the helmsman, and that she imagines the chest where he will put the finished pages of her story as he writes. On April 21, Susan continues to imagine Mr...

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