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  1. The True-Born Englishman A Satire by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2010-02-16
  2. The fortunate mistress, by Daniel Defoe; printed from the first edition by Daniel (1661?-1731) Defoe, 1923-01-01
  3. The adventures of Robinson Crusoe / by Daniel Defoe by Daniel (1661?-1731) Defoe, 1922-01-01
  4. The fortunes & misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders, who was born in Newgate, and during a life of continued variety for threescore years, besides her childhood, was twelve year a whore, five times a wife... by Daniel (1661?-1731) Defoe, 1953-01-01
  5. Second Thoughts are Best: Or a Further Improvement of a Late Scheme to Prevent Street Robberies by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe,
  6. JURE DIVINO: A Satyr. In Twelve Books. By the Author of the True-Born-Englishman by Daniel (1661-1731) Defoe, 1706-01-01
  7. The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders, illustrated with drawings by Nigel Lambourne by Daniel (1661?-1731) Defoe, 1954-01-01
  8. The secret history of the October Club: From its original to this time by Daniel 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2010-05-17
  9. A new Robinson Crusoe : a new version of his life and adventures, with an explanatory note by Gilson Gardner 1869-1935 Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731 Selkirk Alexander 1676-1721 Harcourt Brace & Howe. pbl, 1920-12-31
  10. Life of Colonel Jack Volume v.1 by Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731, 2010-10-04
  11. Life of Colonel Jack Volume v.2 by Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731, 2010-10-04
  12. Histoire Des Principales Découvertes Faites Dans Les Arts Et Les Sciences: Sur-tout Dans Les Branches Importantes Du Commerce, De La Navigation & Des Plantations ... Toutes Les Parties Du Monde (French Edition) by Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731, 2010-09-30
  13. Rebilius Cruso: Robinson Crusoe, In Latin : A Book To Lighten Tedium To A Learner (Latin Edition) by Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731, 2010-10-15
  14. Robinson Crusoëus (Latin Edition) by Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731, Goffaux F. J, 2010-10-15

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Backscheider, Paula R. Daniel Defoe: His Life. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989. Faller, Lincoln B. Crime and Defoe: A New Kind of Writing. Cambridge University Press, 1993. Furbank, P.N., and W.R. Owens. A Critical Bibliography of Daniel Defoe. Pickering and Chatto, 2000. Hunter, J. Paul. The Reluctant Pilgrim: Defoe's Emblematic Method and Quest for Form in Robinson Crusoe. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1966. Novak, Maximillian E. Realism, Myth, and History in Defoe's Fiction. University of Nebraska Press, 1983. Richetti, John J. Defoe's Narratives: Situations and Structures. Clarendon Press, 1975. Search The Infography
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3. Modern History Sourcebook: Daniel Defore: On The Education Of Women , 1719
Modern History Sourcebook Daniel Defoe ( On) The Education Of Women, 1719. Introductory Note. Daniel Defoe (c. 1661?1731) was the son of a London butcher called Foe, a name which Daniel bore for more than forty years.
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Introductory Note In the latter part of his career Defoe became thoroughly discredited as a politician, and was regarded as a mere hireling journalist. He wrote with almost unparalleled fluency, and a complete list of his hundreds of publications will never be made out. The specimen of his work given here show him writing vigorously and sincerely, and belong to a period when he had not yet become a government tool. The Education Of Women I have often thought of it as one of the most barbarous customs in the world, considering us as a civilized and a Christian country, that we deny the advantages of learning to women. We reproach the sex every day with folly and impertinence; while I am confident, had they the advantages of education equal to us, they would be guilty of less than ourselves. One would wonder, indeed, how it should happen that women are conversible at all; since they are only beholden to natural parts, for all their knowledge. Their youth is spent to teach them to stitch and sew or make baubles. They are taught to read, indeed, and perhaps to write their names, or so; and that is the height of a woman's education. And I would but ask any who slight the sex for their understanding, what is a man (a gentleman, I mean) good for, that is taught no more? I need not give instances, or examine the character of a gentleman, with a good estate, or a good family, and with tolerable parts; and examine what figure he makes for want of education.

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DANIEL DEFOE AND THE ORIGINS OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. D aniel Defoe, the author of ROBINSON CRUSOE, was born in London in 1661. He was a partisan of William III and when this royal patron died Defoe found himself with severe financial problems. He had previously failed in business - he was a hosier - with debts of £17,000 but his creditors, convinced of his integrity, allowed him to continue his buisiness. H owever, in 1703 he had to pay a fine of £3,000 to the government for libel. From that period he became a political writer and for his attacks on the government of Queen Anne he was imprisoned for thirteen months in Newgate Jail. D efoe was sixty when he wrote his famous book in 1721, a book which became, and has remained, a classic of English literature. The historical original of Robinson Crusoe was Alexander Selcraig, the seventh son of John Selcraig and Euphan Mackie. He was born in 1676 in Largo, Scotland. H e was sent to sea in 1695, changing his name to Selkirk and on May 18th., 1703, he sailed in the "Cinque Ports" galley, 96tons, 18 guns, and 63 men, Charles Pickering, Captain; Thomas Stradling, Lieutenant; and himself, Selkirk, Sailing Master. In that year they anchored at La Granda, Brazil, where Catain Pickering died, with the command falling upon Stradling. February of the following year saw them anchor at the unihabited island of Juan Fernandez to take in food and water. They left in pursuit of a French ship on February 29th. but returned in September. During this time Selkirk had frequent quarrels with Stradling and ultimately felt that the ship was not sea-worthy. So when the "Cinque Ports" departed at the end of the month, all his effects, with additional supplies, were taken on shore and he remained alone on the island.

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11. Literary Encyclopedia: The Shortest Way With Dissenters
Author Defoe, Daniel. had been well and truly caught in the web of Defoe s satire. ruling moderate Tory government, led by Sir Robert Harley (16611724), were

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power the moderate Tory government of Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford (16611724 As a prolific and highly vocal pamphlet writer, Daniel Defoe was never far from

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14. "Daniel Defoe: The Life And Strange, Surprising Adventures" [Book Review]
was issued by the Earl of Nottingham in 1702 against Daniel de Foe The enigma begins with Defoe’s birth about his year or place of birth, although 1661 in the
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Daniel Defoe: The Life and Strange, Surprising Adventures . By Richard West. Reviewed by Philip Zaleski The best physical description of Daniel Defoe comes to us, fittingly, from a wanted poster: "a middle siz’d spare man, about 40 years old, of a brown complexion, and dark brown–coloured hair, but wears a wig; a hooked nose, a sharp chin, grey eyes and a large mole near his mouth." This unappealing description was issued by the Earl of Nottingham in 1702 against "Daniel de Foe, alias De Fooe," sought for "high crimes and misdemeanour" for publishing an anonymous parody of Tory religious invective. The poster, and the accusation that spawned it, neatly encapsulate much of Defoe’s life: a writer on the lam, a lover of aliases, given to anonymous and pseudonymous productions; a middle–class merchant bewigged to pass as an aristocrat; a literary pugilist who scorned the orthodoxies of the day; a man judged by many of his contemporaries to be a ferret, a sneak, a public menace. Yet Defoe was also a devout Presbyterian, faithful husband, doting father, and genius of the first order, a man who invented both modern journalism and the modern novel in his furious forty–year career. His greatest achievement

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Seghers, Daniel (15901661) Flemish painter. Among the many books he illustrated were editions of Daniel Defoe s Robinson Crusoe, Alain-Ren Le Sage s Gil Blas

16. Journal Of The Plague Year, Written By A Citizen Who Continued All
Journal Of The Plague Year, written by a citizen who continued all the while in London, A Defoe, Daniel, 1661?1731 Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe

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died in 1651. The cast of some printer s loyalties in 1661 is clearly shown on pp. 58 and at Oxford. Defoe, Daniel. In 1702 the
He who destroyes a good Booke, kills reason it selfe an exhibition of books which have survived Fire, the Sword, and the Censors University of Kansas Library 1955 Foreword Prelims [ England ] Germany Russia France Spain ... Afterword ENGLAND HOLINSHED, RAPHAEL. Chronicles. In 1587 the Privy Council ordered some passages on the history of Ireland excised, which were published separately in 1723. The 1587 edition was the one used by Shakespeare. SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. Richard II , London, 1597. Certain passages relating to Richard's surrender of the throne to Bolingbroke, which most critics believe constituted part of the original text, were omitted from the first quarto of 1597 and not inserted until the third quarto of 1608. Although other passages equally offensive to kingly dignity were left in place, there is little evidence for any explanation other than Elizabeth's censorship. She did complain that the "play had been acted forty times in streets and houses 'for the encouragement of disaffection'." The afternoon of February 8, 1601, the day of Essex's conspiracy against the Queen, Sir Gilly Merrick paid the Globe theater forty shillings to give some old play on the deposition and murder of Richard II. No play but Shakespeare's on this subject is known. King Lear (First folio, 1623)* was prohibited on the stage from 1788 to 1820, perhaps in deference to George III's known insanity. Shakespeare has been expurgated for school and family use many times, the most notorious being the 1818 edition of Thomas Bowdler, M.D. (See Zola.)

18. Powell's Books - Daniel Defoe: His Life By Paula Backscheider
Daniel Defoe His Life. by Paula Backscheider Johns Hopkins University Press Subject Defoe, Daniel, 1661?1731 Subject General Subject English, Irish, Scottish

19. - Herefordshire History
In the 1720s Daniel Defoe was less impressed with Hereford Defoe developed a taste for the local drink for improving the navigation were passed 1661, 1696 and
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Information provided by Archenfield Archaeology Daniel Defoe A cider mill reconstructed near Hereford livestock market. The Normans had introduced cider into England and by this period cider-apple trees were even grown in the hedgerows of Herefordshire. The story of cider is illustrated in the Cider Museum in Hereford. In the 1720s Daniel Defoe was less impressed with Hereford which he described as 'large and populous' but also as 'an old, mean built, and very dirty city'. However, in the countryside around he found things more to his liking when he discovered the purpose of all the fruit trees which Celia Fiennes had seen. Defoe developed a taste for the local drink, cider.

20. Daniel Defoe (1660-1731) Library Of Congress Citations
Author Defoe, Daniel, 1661?1731. Uniform Title Robinson Crusoe Title The life and strange surprising adventures of Other authors Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Robinson Crusoe

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Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [First 20 Records] Title: Remarks upon a late pamphlet intitul'd, The two great questions consider'd: I. What the French king will do with respect to the Spanish monarchy. II. What measures the English ought to take. Published: London, 1700. Description: 27 p. 20 x 16 cm. LC Call No.: DA463 1700 .R4 Subjects: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Two great questions considered. Other authors: Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC Control No.: 08010954 //r92 Author: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Uniform Title: Robinson Crusoe Title: The life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Illustrated by Roger Duvoisin; introduction by May Lamberton Becker. Published: Cleveland, New York, World Pub. Co. [1946] Description: 287 p. illus., map. 22 cm. Series: Rainbow classics LC Call No.: PZ7.D36 Ro23 Dewey No.: [Fic] Notes: Map on lining papers. The diary of an Englishman shipwrecked for almost thirty years on a small isolated island where, using wit and industry, he manages to build life anew. Subjects: Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc. Juvenile fiction. Shipwrecks Fiction. Survival Fiction. Other authors: Duvoisin, Roger, 1900- illus. Control No.: 46005868 /AC/r932

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