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About: the life and adventures of robinson crusoe by daniel defoe is a novel published in 1719 the first edition credits the fictional character of robinson crusoe as its author leading readers to believe that it is a travelogue. Robinson crusoe's spiritual journey showed that everything was part of a divine purpose he was a sinner saved, a man who found god.
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