Crusoe, having some money in his pockets, decided to travel to London by land. His decision was based partly on the fact that he was ashamed to go home and face his parents and that his neighbors might laugh at him. In London, he became more and more reluctant to go home and soon put all notion of returning out of his mind. In London, it was his lot to fall in with some good company. One person he met was the master of a ship which was about to go to the Guinea coast of Africa for trading.
Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe (Resumo, Análise e Revisão) - Desejo Literario
Robinson Crusoe is a youth of about eighteen years old who resides in Hull, England. Although his father wishes him to become a lawyer, Crusoe dreams of going on sea voyages. He disregards the fact that his two older brothers are gone because of their need for adventure. His father cautions that a middle-class existence is the most stable. Robinson ignores him. When his parents refuse to let him take at least one journey, he runs away with a friend and secures free passage to London.
Robinson Crusoe – Daniel Defoe (Resumo, Análise e Revisão)
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Quand il apprend qu'un ami s'embarque pour Londres, Robinson le suit. Robinson craint pour sa vie. Avec son compagnon Xury, il croit avoir atteint les Canaries ou le Cap Vert. Mais il a vendu Xury et manque de personnel.