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  1. A Journal Of The Plague Year by Defoe Daniel 1661?-1731, 2010-09-28
  2. The History of the Devil As Well Ancient as Modern: In Two Parts by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2010-02-16
  3. The life and strange surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner, as related by himself / by Daniel Defoe. With one hundred and twenty original illustrations by Walter Paget by Daniel (1661?-1731). Walter Paget (ill.) Defoe, 1903-01-01
  4. The history of the great plague in London in the year 1665, containing observations and memorials of the most remarkable occurrences, both public and private, during that dreadful period by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  5. Defoe, Daniel (1661?-1731) by Leslie Stephen, 1888-01-01
  6. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe ; illustrated by Elenore Plaiste by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1920-01-01
  7. Robinson Crusoe. By Daniel Defoe. by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1900-01-01
  8. The earlier life and the chief earlier works of Daniel Defoe. ed by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1889-01-01
  9. Daniel Defoe 's Journal of the plague year. ed. with notes and a by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1896-01-01
  10. Daniel Defoe, his life, and recently discovered writings, extending from 1716-1729. By William Lee Volume 1 by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  11. The Banbury convert or. Daniel DeFoe 's address to Her Majesty. by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1710-01-01
  12. The works of Daniel Defoe Volume 1 by Daniel, 1661?-1731 Defoe, 2009-10-26
  13. Of royall educacion; a fragmentary treatise. by Daniel Defoe. Ed by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1895-01-01
  14. Daniel Defoe 's hymn for the thanksgiving. by Defoe. Daniel. 1661?-1731., 1706-01-01

21. "Robinson Crusoe"
Grace Abounding (1661) traced his journey from his birth into poverty through a xv67 Overview of Daniel Defoe Overview of Robinson Crusoe The Sources of
The Sources of Robinson Crusoe
The Adventure Story

Travel Literature
Defoe Syllabus
Numerous sources have been proposed for Robinson Crusoe ; the most compelling arguments have been made for the adventure story, travel literature, conduct or guide literature, and spiritual biography and allegory as models for Defoe's fiction and protagonist. The adventure story.
The purpose and the nature of adventure stories are obvious, to tell of risky enterprises and daring feats. Readers who see Robinson Crusoe as an adventure story generally find Crusoe's moralizing, religious conversion and consequent religious commentary as superficial filler or as digressions. Travel literature.
Travel literature describes unfamiliar lands, peoples, geography, animals, plants precisely and objectively, for their own sake. Chronology is a useful organizing device and usually has no other use, like achieving dramatic effects. Even extraordinary events like the rescue of Alexander Selkirk , who is traditionally regarded as the model for Robinson Crusoe, are narrated without emotion or emphasis.

22. XV. Education: Bibliography. Vol. 9. From Steele And Addison To Pope And Swift.
1732. Defoe, Daniel. The Compleat English Gentleman. Ed. Bülbring, K., with introduction and notes. 1890. Ellis, Clement. 2nd edn. Oxford, 1661.
Select Search All All Reference Columbia Encyclopedia World History Encyclopedia Cultural Literacy World Factbook Columbia Gazetteer American Heritage Coll. Dictionary Roget's Thesauri Roget's II: Thesaurus Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Quotations Bartlett's Quotations Columbia Quotations Simpson's Quotations Respectfully Quoted English Usage Modern Usage American English Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference Cambridge History From Steele and Addison to Pope and Swift Education ... BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD
The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes
Vol. 9. From Steele and Addison to Pope and Swift.

23. Magyar Elektronikus Könyvtár (MEK) / Hungarian Electronic Library
00911. Defoe, Daniel Robinson Regény http// Defoe, Daniel Robinson Crusoe http//

24. English Literature For Boys And Girls - H.E. Marshall - Free Online Library
Defoe was a journalist first, though by nature ever a storyteller. Daniel Defoe, born in 1661, was the son of a London butcher names James Foe.
Library H.E. Marshall English Literature For Boys And Girls Chapter LXI: DefoeThe First Newspapers
TO almost every house in the land, as regular as the milk man, more regular than the postman, there comes each morning the newspaper boy. To most of us breakfast means, as well as things to eat, mother pouring out the tea and father reading the newspaper. As mother passes father's tea she says, "Anything in the paper, John?" And how often he answers, "Nothing, nothing whatever." Although father says there is nothing in the paper there is a great deal of reading in it, that we can see. And now comes the question, Who writes it all? Who writes this thin, flat book of six or eight great pages which every morning we buy for a penny or a halfpenny? But perhaps you think it does not matter who writes the newspapers, for the newspaper is not literature. Literature means real books with coversdear possessions to be loved and taken care of, to be read and read again. But a newspaper is hardly read at all when it is crumpled up and used to light the fire. And no one minds, for who could love a newspaper, who cares to treasure it, and read it again and yet again? We do not want even to read yesterday's newspapers, for newspapers seem to hold for us only the interest of the day. The very name by which they used to be called, journal, seems to tell us that, for it comes from the French word "jour," meaning "a day." Newspapers give us the news of the day for the day.

25. World History
1661, (1) Charles II coroneted (2) Louis XIV establishes Absolutism, Daniel Defoe born, 1661. 1662, Mary II born, 1662. 1663, Ottoman army defeated at Vienna, 1663.

26. Essays: 2nd Year Course
in Divinity Of God (1651) Robert Boyle, Essay I (1661) (excerpt) John with the Dissenters (1702) Jonathan Swift A Modest Proposal (1729) Defoe, Daniel.
The Essay a short cultural history based on one genre (1600 - 1850)
2nd Year Course - Winter Term 2002/3
Mon. 10 - 12 Markus Marti
Tue. 10 - 12 Ladina Bezzola
British history (context of our course)

course programme

Course programme
date contents texts discussed / recommended links Mon 21/10
Tue 22/10 creating a new genre: Montaigne
Michel de Montaigne, selected essays (1580)
of Friendship Of the Vanitie of Words Of Smels and Odors Montaigne's Essays (transl. Florio) Malaspina links to Montaigne. Montaigne: biography sonnetz The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude (in English) Mon 28/10 Tue 29/10 first English essays: Bacon Francis Bacon, selected essays (1597 - 1625) Of Truth Of Friendship Of Gardens Bacon, Francis.

27. Barock
Daniel Defoe stark ähnelt. von Georgien (1651) - Andreas Gryphius; Cleopatra (1661) - Daniel Casper von
Historischer Hintergrund Barock-Dichtung Literarische Formen Vertreter ... Werke
Das Wort Barock kommt vom Portugisischen "barroca" und bedeutet etwas unregelmäßiges. Die Bezeichnung für barock als Adjektiv wurde daher zunächst abwertend gebraucht. Der Begriff Barock als Epochenbezeichnung setzte sich erst um Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts durch.
Das Weltbild des Barock ist geprägt von der Antithetik in allen Lebensbereichen, zerissenen Lebensgefühlen, Todesangst durch den Dreißigjährigen Krieg, mystisch-religiöse Schwärmerei und fanatischen Glauben.
Historischer Hintergrund
Mit dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg (1618-1648) erlebte das Deutsche Reich einen politischen, wirtschaftlichen und kulturellen Verfall. Etwa ein Dittel der deutschen Bevölkerung des Reiches kam dabei um. Doch waren nicht hohe Kriegsverluste dafür verantwortlich, sondern das Wüten der Pest in fast allen großen und kleinen Städten.
Mit dem Ende des Dreißigjährigen Krieges bildetet sich in Deutschland der Territorialabsolutismus heraus, bei dem sich Territorien neue Befugnisse verschafften. Die einflußnahme des Staates griff auf alle Lebensbereiche, wie Erziehung, Bildung, Wirtschaft und Kirche und machte klare Vorgaben. Das Leben an den absolutistischen Fürstenhöfen hatte den französischen Absolutismus in Versailles zum Vorbild. Luxuriöse Bauten wurden errichtet und ein verschwenderisches Leben getrieben.
Im 17. Jahrhundert prägten nicht nur äußere Einflüsse das Deutsche Reich nachhaltig, sondern auch innere Konflikte. Auf dem Lande brachen Bauernaufstände und Bauernkriege aus, in den Städten kam es zu sozialen Unruhen: die Juden- und Hexenverfolgungen wurden weit ausgebreitet.

28. Combined Index To All The British Studies Finding Guides In The University Of Co
Libri Quinque (British Library Sloan MS 3677), Med11 Defoe, Daniel, Med-38 11 See also English Books (1641-1700); The Thomason Tracts (1640-1661) Church Music
Combined Index to All the British Studies Finding Guides in the University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries
Center for British Studies
University of Colorado at Boulder
A B C D ... Z
Part III
D - H
D Daily
Courant, The, Per-7 Express, The, See: Popular Newspapers during World War I Mirror, The, See: Popular Newspapers during World War I
Dance, Med-36
See also: English Folk Dance and Song Society
Dane, Jean. See: How to Use a Law Library Dasent, J. R. See: Privy Council, Acts (1542-1628) Data
bank. See: National Trade Data Bank key. See: Key Data: U.K. Social and Business Statistics
David Copperfield, SpC-1 Davies
(Emily) and Bodichon (Barbara) Papers, Med-10 John, of Hereford. See: Bible, Old Testament Psalms
de Deguilleville, Guillaume. See: Lydgate (John), translator De Gex
and Jones' Reports. See: Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord Chancellor and the Court of Appeal in Chancery and Smale's Reports. See: Reports of cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery, by the Right Hon. Sir J.L. Knight Bruce Fisher and Jones Reports. See: Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord Chancellor, and the Court of Appeal in Chancery

29. Famous Historical Pirates
Whetstone, Sir Thomas, British English, 1661-67. According to Daniel Defoe in his General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most Notorious Pyrates
Name Nationality Active Hawkins, Sir Richard British - English Parker, William British - English Newport, Christopher British - English Dudley, Sir Robert British - English Middleton, David British - English Elfrith, Daniel British - English Ruyters, Dierick Dutch Butler, Nathaniel British - English Le Grand, Pierre French Schouten, Pirter Dutch Jol, Cornelis Corneliszoon Dutch Lucifer, Hendrick Jacobszoon Dutch Loncq, Hendrick Corneliszoon Dutch Camock, Sussex British - English Hoorn, Jan Janszoon van

30. Alphabetical Listing Of Documents S - Z
Subjects Defoe, Daniel; Great Britain (18th Century Subjects DeLeon, Daniel; Socialism; Socialist Labor Party Guide The Thomason Tracts, 16401661 An Index

Illusions FIC DAVIES Davies, Linda, 1963 Nest of vipers FIC Defoe Defoe, Daniel, 1661? Moll Flanders FIC DELINSKY Delinsky, Barbara.

Fortune s journey CS F CUSHMAN, K Cushman, Karen. The midwife s apprentice / CS F Defoe, D Defoe, Daniel, 1661? Robinson Crusoe CS F DEUKER, C Deuker, Carl.

33. Poetry And Literature
Dryden 1660Sameul Pepys Diary, begins this year 1661-1670-Gauthier Daughter and The Character of a Trimmer 1701-Daniel Defoe s satire, The

During the Age of Reason ~ 16501800
(See the bottom of this page for links to other literature sites)
Poetry and Literature between 1650 and 1660
Joost van den Vondel's
Manual of Dutch Poetry for more info: see this site
John Cleveland's Poems see this other poem by Cleveland
1653-Englands' Chetham's Library in Manchester founded
Friedrich von Logau's Epigrams a small sample of his work in English
Madeline de Scudery's Cl lie: histoire romaine (10 volumes)
Jean Chapelain's La Pucelle (12 cantos)
Abraham Cowley's Poems to see other poems by Cowley
Cyrano de Bergerac Histoire Comique des tats et Empires de la Lune, Georg Stiernheilm's Hercules (Swedish epic poem) Poetry and Literature between 1660 and 1669 John Dryden's Astraea Redux selected poems of Dryden Sameul Pepys' Diary, begins this year Gauthier de Costes de la Calpr nede's Pharamond, (12 vols.) 1662-The first issue of Poor Robin's Almanac Samuel Butler's Hudibras, part 2 Jean de la Fontaine's Contes et Nouvelles en verse Journal des Savants, first literary periodical Izaak Walton's The Life of Richard Hooker Richard Head's novel The English Rogue Dryden's poem

34. Complete Online Books Sorted By Title
Text Paginated Text; Diary of Samuel Pepys, Sep/Oct 1661, Samuel Pepys Dickory Cronke, Daniel Defoe Text Paginated Text; Diddie, Dumps, and Tot, Louise

35. VLib-AAC Anglistik Guide - Search Results
The Cowper and Newton Museum; Defoe, Daniel Great Literature Online About Daniel Defoe; Finch, Anne Anne Finch, Countess of Winchilsea (16611720); Gay, John century&d

36. Pepys' Diary: Wednesday 6 March 1660/61
6 March 1660” Has Daniel Defoe been born yet? OK .. Has Defoe been born yet? Yes, he has — remember, this is 6 March 1661.
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The Diary of Samuel Pepys
The diary Background info Diary introduction About this site ... Archive for March 1661 Search: Help
Wednesday 6 March 1660/61
At the office all the morning. At dinner Sir W. Batten came and took me and my wife to his house to dinner, my Lady being in the country, where we had a good Lenten dinner. Then to Whitehall with Captn. Cuttle , and there I did some business with Mr. Coventry , and after that home wigg at my house at night. But my Lady being come home out of the country ill by reason of much rain that has fallen lately, and the waters being very high, we could not, and so I home and to bed.
new A. De Araujo Link new Conrad Link Daniel Defoe was thought to have been born in September or at least towards the end of the Summer of 1660. No exact date has been recorded. new vincent Link
also recorded by the Rev Jossyln march 3 all of East Anglia, It seems
new vincent Link Oh! Samuel. That sermon[last Sunday] seems to have worked, no meat , no alcohol, no thoughts unchasted, no music, no French Novelettes. After seeing the floods. I wonder, did Noah come to mind? new vincent Link new Paul Chapin Link my Lady
I suspect from the context that the Lady mentioned here is Batten, not Montagu.

37. Bonhams & Butterfields - Areas Of Collecting - Furniture & Decorative Arts - Int
of the Towne of Mannados or New Amsterdam as it was in September 1661. New York Geo. $300-$400. Defoe, Daniel....... Hayward, 1859. Lot 1 Anon. A
Lots: Return to main page Sale 7435G Photo Description Estimate Lot 1 - [Anon.] A Description of the Towne of Mannados or New Amsterdam as it was in September 1661. New York: Geo. Hayward, 1859. Lot 2 - A very rare large scale map of the situation of the opposing armies of the Battle of Yorktown ... - Rochefoucault, Duc De. Travels Through The United States Of North America. . . . Lots: Return to main page
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38. Butterfields - Services - Auction Results - 7435G
of the Towne of Mannados or New Amsterdam as it was in September 1661. New York Geo. 32, Defoe, Daniel. A New Voyage Round The World....... 1, Anon. A
The Edwin C. Jameson, Jr. Estate including furniture,
decorative arts, silver, rugs, books, maps, fine art
Sale 7435G, March 5, 2003
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(doc) Lot Description Price [Anon.] A Description of the Towne of Mannados or New Amsterdam as it was in September 1661. New York: Geo. Hayward, 1859. Facsimile of the original manuscript map in the British Library, discovered by George H. Moore at the New York Historical Society in 1858. Hand colored. Framed. Very good. Danckerts, Justus. Nova totius terrarum orbis tabula. Amsterdam: [c.1680]. 475 x 555mm. Framed. Hand-colored. Very good. Covens, Johannes and Mortier, Cornelius. De Haven en Straat vam Gibraltar. Amsterdam: [c.1757]. 490 x 580mm. Framed. Hand-colored. Very good. Lotter, Tobias Conrad, 1717-77. Pensylvania, Nova Jersey et Nova York.... Augsburg: [c.1748]. 590 x 510mm. Hand-colored. Framed. Very good.

39. Heald Maps
had a talent for making interesting friends (these included Daniel Defoe, Jonathan Swift and MORTIER, Pierre (16611711) Carte de Detroit du Sond Contenant les

40. Stephenson:Neal:Quicksilver:80:Stourbridge Fair (Alan Sinder) - Metaweb
In 1661 Newton accordingly Daniel Defoe also wrote of the fair as part of his Tour of Great Britain in 1724, one supposes it was all fodder for Moll Flanders.

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