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Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Rand McNally, New York, 1936. 382 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Nine color plates by Milo Winter. Based on the experiences of Alexander Selkirk who ran away to sea in 1704 and requested to be left on an uninhabited island to be rescued five years later. Crusoe ends up on a desert island in the manner of Selkirk. With only a few supplies from the ship he builds a house, a boat and a new life.
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