ROBINSON CRUSOE

AN AUTHORITATIVE TEXT, CONTEXTS, CRITICISM
By (author)MICHAEL SHINAGEL

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“Robinson Crusoe” has been long established as a utopian novel and a study of isolation. This edition is based on the Shakespeare Head Press reprint of the first edition. A criticism section includes pieces by leading Defoe scholars.


ISBN: 0393964523
Publisher: VIVA BOOKS
Subtitle: AN AUTHORITATIVE TEXT, CONTEXTS, CRITICISM
Author: MICHAEL SHINAGEL

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0393964523

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2005

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436

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Michael Shinagel received his PhD from Harvard University, where he is Senior Lecturer on English and Dean of Continuing Education and University Extension. He has also taught at Cornell University and Union College. He is the author of Daniel Defoe and Middle-Class Gentility, editor of A Concordance to the Poems of Jonathan Swift, and co-author of Harvard Scholars in English, 1890-1990. His articles and reviews have appeared in various scholarly journals.

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