Defoe, Daniel 1660-1731. British writer whoever most well-known book, Robinson Crusoe (1719), had been inspired because of the exploits of a Scottish sailor and castaway, Alexander Selkirk. He also typed Moll Flanders and A Journal associated with Plague 12 months (both 1722).
English blogger remembered specifically for their novel about Robinson Crusoe (1660-1731)
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Defoe, Daniel 1660-1731. British writer whoever most well-known…