The Life & Adventures of Robinson Crusoe [NOOK Book]

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Robinson Crusoe es una novela de Daniel Defoe, publicada por primera vez en 1719. El libro es una autobiografía ficticia del protagonista, un náufrago que pasa 28 años en una remota isla tropical cerca de Trinidad, encontrándose con caníbales, prisioneros y rebeldes antes de ser rescatado.
La historia fue influenciado quizás por Alexander Selkirk, un náufrago escocés que vivió durante cuatro años en la isla del Pacífico llamada "Más a Tierra" (en 1966 su nombre fue cambiado a la...
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The Life & Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

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Overview

Robinson Crusoe es una novela de Daniel Defoe, publicada por primera vez en 1719. El libro es una autobiografía ficticia del protagonista, un náufrago que pasa 28 años en una remota isla tropical cerca de Trinidad, encontrándose con caníbales, prisioneros y rebeldes antes de ser rescatado.
La historia fue influenciado quizás por Alexander Selkirk, un náufrago escocés que vivió durante cuatro años en la isla del Pacífico llamada "Más a Tierra" (en 1966 su nombre fue cambiado a la Isla Robinson Crusoe), Chile. Los detalles de la isla de Crusoe se basan probablemente en la isla caribeña de Tobago, ya que la isla se encuentra una corta distancia al norte de la costa venezolana cerca de la desembocadura del río Orinoco, a la vista de Trinidad. También es probable que Defoe se inspiró en las traducciones latinas o Inglés de Yaqdhan Ibn Tufayl de Ibn Al-Hayy, una novela anterior también se encuentra en una isla desierta. Otra fuente de la novela de Defoe pudo haber sido Robert Knox cuenta de su secuestro por el rey de Ceilán en 1659 en "Un Histórica de la isla de Ceilán", de Glasgow: MacLehose James and Sons (Editorial de la Universidad), 1911. Aunque inspirado en un evento de la vida real, fue la primera obra notable de la literatura, donde la historia era independiente de la mitología, historia, leyendas, o de la literatura anterior.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012447081
  • Publisher: ADNUP Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/19/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 251 KB

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