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  • Poche: 400 pages
  • Editeur : Simon & Schuster; Édition : Enriched Classic (30 décembre 2008)
  • Collection : Enriched Classics
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 141656151X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416561514
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I was born in the year 1632, in the city of York, of a good family, tho' not of that country, my father being a foreigner of Bremen, who settled first at Hull: He got a good estate by merchandise, and leaving off his trade, lived afterward at York, from w Lire la première page
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Jean Dixsaut on 20 novembre 2010
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De très loin la meilleure édition de ce roman: enfin des notes éclairantes, typographie respectée, introduction précise et précieuse. Que demander de mieux? Davantage de notes?
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Le thème de la "robinsonnade" n'est pas nouveau ; on a retrouvé un conte sur ce sujet rédigé plus de trois mille ans avant J.-C. Toutefois, le nom même du thème, et son personnage phare sont hérités de l'oeuvre magistrale de Daniel Defoe. Un classique du genre, qui n'est pas aussi centré sur l'action qu'on pourrait le croire. Puritain, Defoe s'intéresse beaucoup à la notion de Providence, à la punition échue à ceux qui s'opposent à l'ordre divin. L'ouvrage est beaucoup plus subtil qu'il n'y semble dans notre conception courante ; pourtant, la rédaction à la première personne, avec annonces de la suite pour créer un effet de suspense, et l'insistance sur ces thèmes-clés pour l'auteur, donnent une forme de naïveté générale.

La lecture en anglais ouvre de nouvelles perspectives. Ecrit dans une langue claire et simple, on saura gré à l'auteur d'avoir limité un maximum les dialogues où fourmillent les abréviations difficiles à lire. Le vocabulaire spécialisé n'est guère éloigné du nôtre, aussi les paragraphes consacrés à la navigation ne sont-ils pas aussi rébarbatifs qu'on pourrait l'attendre. Je recommande la lecture autant aux passionnés de Robinson qu'aux apprentis linguistes, qui apprécieront de lire un classique abordable. Bonne lecture !
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4 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par etfa on 22 juillet 2005
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The original Robinson Crusoe story is said to have been told by an old sailor in a dark bar in Bristol, and said to be his own. Daniel Defoe heard closely and used it to inspire his novel. Modern authors (like French Le Clezio) made their versions a lot shorter, simpler, well, for kids. Defoe's work is of another dimension, much closer to reality.
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WARNING: This is NOT the original text 27 janvier 2011
Par Joshua Q - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Defoe helped to define the modern fictional novel when he wrote about the tales of Robinson Crusoe. The book has a strong religious theme, as was Defoe's intention. However, this version of the text censors out some of the language against what Defoe called the Papist Church (or the Roman Catholic Church) as well as some items which would be considered racially insensitive today (but leaving in much of it as well). I don't understand why this version leaves out some of those parts, as they completely change the story that Defoe intended. I'm not sure that Amazon knows these texts are censored (not the original) as there is no allusion to it in the book's description.

The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1808)
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An adventure, but different than you might expect 31 janvier 2005
Par frumiousb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The author of Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe, is generally credited with being one of the first novel writers in the English language. The book is surely an influential one-- spawning countless imitations, derivations, and (in our era) reality-based television shows.

It is billed, quite fairly, as an adventure story. However, it is a very different kind of adventure than the modern action-sequence laden book which readers today may expect. It is an adventure story, but one which centers primarily on mastery and morality.

The morality is placed centrally in the book when Crusoe rejects the advice of his father to accept the happiness of the middle class life to which he was born. Against the wishes of his family, he runs off to sea to find adventure. It is not until Crusoe literally recreates a primitive approximation of that middle class life for himself on his island that he is freed.

Crusoe is also a story about the ability of mankind to master his surroundings through hard work, patience, and Christianity. The combination of these three supports are what allow him to escape captivity in Africa, overcome the deadly obstacles on the island, and finally leave the island itself. His physical prowess and combat skills are significantly less important to his journey than the message of trust and persistance that the decades he spends on the island convey. While this message might need tempering for the modern reader, it is also inspirational and important to read.

If the potential reader is not used to the diction of the time, the book itself may take some patience and persistance. It pays off, in the end, and should be an excellent book for the young teenager (or the not-so-young grown-up) interested in stories of adventure. The child who reads and enjoys My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George would probably be a good potential audience for Robinson Crusoe. For a good life-at-sea duo, you might consider pairing it with Two Years Before the Mast by Richard Henry Dana.
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Superior and inspirational reading for adults and teens 22 janvier 2003
Par B.C. Scribe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After reading Glyn Williams' trenchant 'The Prize Of All The Oceans' I had an overwhelming desire to read this classic once again. I first read it when I was a mere 10 year old and it completely mesmerized me; I find that it still held the same power over me thirty years later. It is difficult to put this tale down once the title character becomes a castaway on the "island of despair" (as Crusoe refers to it) and he begins the battle against the odds to survive. Facing extreme tropical heat, torrential storms, a dreadful loneliness and the struggle to master some of the simplest of skills we take for granted Crusoe wages his one-man crusade for survival. Beginning his desolate existence steeped in woeful self-pity he slowly realizes through a series of trying circumstances, devotional reading of the Bible and finally relief from his isolated state that the experience proves to be one of reverie. In the process Crusoe becomes quite possibly the most inspirational figure to spring forth from the pages of literature.
Though it is annually listed by literature scholars as one of the 100 finest works of fiction, today primarily adolescents read Defoe's enduring tale as part of their required reading for school; very few others rarely bother with this nearly three century old tale. 'Robinson Crusoe' it seems is a classic awaiting a renaissance of rediscovery by adults who regularly read for either leisure or as a part of continuing education. While the novel's approach to morality may seem a bit old fashioned by today's contemporary standards, the character's awakening to wisdom, inner strength and faith will inspire any reader of any age. Crusoe's ability to steel himself against the onslaught of natural elements, his own self doubts and finally a band of savages who discover his "island empire" should win over even the most jaded of us. This Norton Critical Edition is the perfect package to gain a deep appreciation for this masterpiece of the English language. So do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of this book today and transport yourself back to your youth and also to a time long past. It's a journey you won't regret taking.
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Survival by Thinking and Doing 18 mai 2000
Par Donald Mitchell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Robinson Crusoe is best taken at two levels, the literal adventure story of survival on an isolated island and as a metaphor for finding one's way through life. I recommend that everyone read the book who is willing to look at both of those levels. If you only want the adventure story, you may not be totally satisfied. The language, circumstances, and attitudes may put you off so that you would prefer to be reading a Western or Space-based adventure story with a more modern perspective.
Few books require anyone to rethink the availability and nature of the fundamentals of life: Water, food, shelter, clothing, and entertainment. Then having become solitary in our own minds as a reader, Defoe adds the extraordinary complication of providing a companion who is totally different from Crusoe. This provides the important opportunity to see Crusoe's civilized limitations compared to Friday's more natural ones. The comparisons will make for thought-provoking reading for those who are able to overcome the stalled thinking that the educated, civilized route is always the best.
One of the things that I specially liked about the book is the Crusoe is an ordinary person in many ways, making lots of mistakes, and having lots of setbacks. Put a modern Superhero (from either the comic books, adventure or spy novels, or the movies) into this situation, and it would all be solved in a few minutes with devices from the heel of one's shoe. Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I liked the trial-and-error explorations. They seemed just like everyday life, and made the book's many lessons come home to me in a more fundamental way.
Have a good solitary trip through this book!
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Excellent Critical Essays 4 mai 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
With Norton Critical Editions readers get the text of the novel and historical and contemporary essays in criticism. The ones in this version are some of the best Norton has ever compiled.
Both the historical and contemporary essays provide a compelling aesthetic case for why this novel is not merely a book for boys but one of the best English novels ever written. Thus, these essays not only highlight aspects of your reading you may or may not have noted but present a case for Defoe's skill as a writer.
A very short essay not to missed is the one by Defoe himself on solitude. It gives one pause.
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