CliffsNotes on Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

CliffsNotes on Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

CliffsNotes on Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

CliffsNotes on Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

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He was rescued by a Portuguese ship and started a new adventure. He landed in Brazil, and, after some time, he became the owner of a sugar plantation. Hoping to increase his wealth by buying slaves, he aligned himself with other planters and undertook a trip to Africa in order to bring back a shipload of slaves. After surviving a storm, Crusoe and the others were shipwrecked. He was thrown upon shore only to discover that he was the sole survivor of the wreck.

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