9780393964523

Robinson Crusoe (Norton Critical Editions)

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393964523

  • ISBN10:

    0393964523

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Textbook Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/17/1993
  • Publisher: W W NORTON

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Summary

The Second Edition of the Norton Critical Edition of Robinson Crusoe is based on the Shakespeare Head Press reprint of the first edition copy in the British Museum, with the "errata" listed by Defoe's publisher, William Taylor, incorporated into the text.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
The Text of Robinson Crusoe
1(226)
A Note on the Text
221(6)
Contexts
227(30)
CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTS OF MAROONED MEN
227(12)
William Dampier
[Rescue of a "Moskito Indian" Marooned over Three Years on Juan Fernandez Island]
227(3)
Edward Cooke
[Rescue of Alexander Selkirk from Juan Fernandez Island]
230(1)
Woodes Rogers
[Account of Alexander Selkirk's Solitary Life on Juan Fernandez Island for Four Years and Four Months]
230(5)
Richard Steele
[On Alexander Selkirk]
235(4)
AUTOBIOGRAPHY: ROBINSON CRUSOE AS ALLEGORICAL HISTORY
239(7)
Daniel Defoe
[Preface to Volume II of Robinson Crusoe]
239(1)
[Preface to Volume III of Robinson Crusoe]
240(3)
Serious Observations
243(3)
THE PURITAN EMBLEMATIC TRADITION
246(11)
J. Paul Hunter
[The "Guide" Tradition]
246(4)
[The "Providence" Tradition]
250(1)
[Spiritual Biography]
251(6)
Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Opinions
257(26)
Charles Gildon
The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Mr. D-- De F--
257(4)
Alexander Pope
[On Defoe]
261(1)
Theophilus Cibber
[The Success of Robinson Crusoe]
261(1)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
[A Treatise on Natural Education]
262(2)
Samuel Johnson
[In Praise of Defoe and Robinson Crusoe]
264(1)
Hugh Blair
[Fictitious History]
264(1)
James Beattie
[The Morality of Robinson Crusoe]
265(1)
George Chalmers
[The Popularity of Robinson Crusoe]
265(1)
John Ballantyne
[On Defoe]
266(1)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
[Crusoe as a Representative of Humanity]
267(2)
Charles Lamb
[On Defoe's Novels]
269(1)
William Wordsworth
[Crusoe's Extraordinary Energy and Resource]
270(1)
Edgar Allan Poe
[Defoe's Faculty of Identification]
270(1)
William Hazlitt
[The Influence of Robinson Crusoe]
271(1)
Thomas De Quincey
[The Double Character of Defoe's Works]
272(1)
George Borrow
[Inspiration from Robinson Crusoe]
272(1)
Thomas Babington Macaulay
[On Defoe]
273(1)
Charles Dickens
[The Want of Emotion in Defoe]
274(1)
Karl Marx
[Crusoe and Capitalism]
274(3)
John Stuart Mill
[The Preeminence of Robinson Crusoe in Childhood]
277(1)
Leslie Stephen
[Defoe's Discovery of a New Art Form]
277(6)
Twentieth-Century Criticism
283(150)
Virginia Woolf
Robinson Crusoe
283(3)
Ian Watt
Robinson Crusoe as a Myth
288(18)
Eric Berne
The Psychological Structure of Space with Some Remarks on Robinson Crusoe
306(3)
Maximillian E. Novak
Robinson Crusoe and the State of Nature
309(11)
Frank Budgen
[On Joyce's Admiration of Defoe]
320(1)
James Joyce
Daniel Defoe
320(3)
George A. Starr
Robinson Crusoe and the Myth of Mammon
323(8)
J. Paul Hunter
The "Occasion" of Robinson Crusoe
331(13)
James Sutherland
[On Robinson Crusoe]
344(13)
John J. Richetti
Robinson Crusoe: The Self as Master
357(16)
Leopold Damrosch, Jr.
Myth and Fiction in Robinson Crusoe
373(17)
John Bender
The Novel and the Rise of the Penitentiary: Robinson Crusoe
390(12)
Michael McKeon
Defoe and the Naturalization of Desire: Robinson Crusoe
402(21)
Carol Houlihan Flynn
Consumptive Fictions: Cannibalism and Defoe
423(10)
Daniel Defoe: A Chronology 433(2)
Selected Bibliography 435

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