I was born in the year , in the city of York, of a good family, though not of that country, my father being a foreigner of Bremen, who settled first at Hull. Lady Roxana Daniel Defoe. Here I meditated nothing but my escape, and what method I might take to effect it, but found no way that had the least probability in it; nothing presented to make the supposition of it rational; for I had nobody to communicate it to that would embark with me—no fellow-slave, no Englishman, Irishman, or Scotchman there but myself; so that for two years, though I often pleased myself with the imagination, yet I never had the least encouraging prospect of putting it in practice. I took the best aim I could with the first piece to have shot him in the head, but he lay so with his leg raised a little above his nose, that the slugs hit his leg about the knee and broke the bone. Encouraged by his father to study law, Crusoe expresses his wish to go to sea instead. He rose immediately, for he swam like a cork, and called to me, begged to be taken in, told me he would go all over the world with me.
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Here we got in, and though not without much difficulty, got all safe on shore, and walked afterwards on foot to Yarmouth, where, as unfortunate men, we were used with great humanity, as well by the magistrates of the town, who assigned us good quarters, as by particular merchants and owners of ships, and had money given us sufficient crusow carry us either to London or back to Hull as we thought fit. In a word, as the sea was returned to its smoothness of surface and settled calmness by the abatement of that storm, so the hurry of my thoughts being over, my fears and apprehensions of being swallowed up by the sea being forgotten, and the current of my former desires returned, I entirely forgot the vows and promises that I made in my distress.
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We plied them with small shot, half-pikes, powder-chests, and such like, and cleared our deck of them twice. I took the best aim I could with the first piece to robjnsona shot him in the head, but he lay so with his leg raised a little above his nose, that the slugs hit his leg about the knee and broke the bone.
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But as I had no instruments to take an observation to know what latitude we were in, and not exactly knowing, or at least remembering, what latitude they were in, I knew not where to look for them, or when to stand off to sea towards them; otherwise I might now easily have found some of these islands. I was sincerely affected with this discourse, and, indeed, who could be otherwise? We came into this creek in the evening, resolving to swim on shore as soon as it was dark, and discover the country; but as soon as it was quite dark, we heard such dreadful noises of the barking, roaring, and howling of wild creatures, of we knew not what kinds, that the poor boy was ready to die with fear, and begged of me not to go on shore till day.
I, who knew nothing what they meant, thought the ship had broken, or some dreadful thing happened. Robinson veut quitter la maison paternelle.
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We had not, however, rid here so long but we should have tided it up the river, but that the wind blew too fresh, and after we had lain four or five days, blew very hard.
In the middle of the night, and under all the rest of our distresses, one of the men that had been down to see cried out we had sprung a leak; another said there was four feet water in the hold. Then Xury took heart, and would have me let him go on shore. I observed in this last part of his discourse, which was truly prophetic, though I suppose my father did not know it to be so himself—I say, I observed the tears run down his face very plentifully, especially when he spoke of my brother who was killed: It was not till almost a year after this that I broke loose, though, in the meantime, I continued obstinately deaf to all proposals of settling to business, and frequently expostulated with my father and mother about their being so positively determined against what they knew my inclinations prompted me to.
The second voyage does not prove as fortunate: While on a fishing expedition, he and a slave boy break free and sail down the African coast.
Robinson Crusoe ebook Daniel Defoe 0,0. Two more ships, being driven from their anchors, were run out of the Roads to sea, at all adventures, and that with not a mast standing. All this while the storm increased, and the sea went very high, though nothing like what I have seen many times since; no, nor what I saw a few days after; but it was enough to affect me then, who was but a young sailor, and had never known anything of the matter. This trip is financially successful, and Crusoe plans another, leaving his early profits in the care of a friendly widow.
We had a good ship, but she was deep laden, and wallowed in the sea, so that the seamen every now and then cried out she would founder. He was also a pioneer of business journalism and economic journalism.
However, we had not a man touched, all our men keeping close.
Robinson Crusoe is a novel by Daniel Defoe. I was a little surprised that I had not hit him on the head; however, Crjsoe took up the second piece immediately, and though he began to move off, fired again, and shot him in the head, and had the pleasure to see him drop and make but little noise, but lie struggling for life.
At the time, the poem’s publication caused a public scandal. About three in the afternoon he came up with us, and bringing to, by mistake, just athwart our quarter, instead of athwart our stern, as he intended, we brought eight of our guns to bear on that side, and poured in a broadside upon him, which made him sheer off again, lrzypadki returning our fire, and pouring in also his small shot from near two hundred men which he had on board.
We parted soon after; for I made him robijsona answer, and I saw him no more; which way he went I knew not.
This captain taking a fancy to my conversation, which was not at all disagreeable at that time, hearing me say I had a mind to see the world, told me if I would go the voyage with him I should be at no expense; I should be his messmate and przpyadki companion; and if I could carry anything with me, I should have all the advantage of it that the trade would admit; and perhaps I might meet with some encouragement. Przypadki Robinsona Krusoe Daniel Defoe.
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I found, indeed, some intervals of reflection; and the serious thoughts did, as it were, endeavour to return again sometimes; but I shook them off, and roused myself from them as it were from a distemper, and applying myself to drinking and company, soon mastered the return of those fits—for so I called them; and I had in five or six days got as complete a victory over conscience as any young fellow that resolved not to be troubled with it could desire.
However, I said no more to the boy, but bade him lie still, and I took our biggest gun, which was almost musket-bore, and loaded it with a good charge of powder, and with two slugs, and laid it down; then I loaded another gun with two bullets; and the third for we had three pieces I enook with five smaller bullets.
I was born in the yearin the city of York, of a good family, though przypzdki of that country, my father being a foreigner of Bremen, who settled first at Hull.
I had two elder brothers, one of whom was lieutenant-colonel to an English regiment of foot in Flanders, formerly commanded by the famous Colonel Lockhart, and was killed at the battle near Dunkirk against the Spaniards. He got a good estate by merchandise, and leaving off his trade, lived afterwards at York, from whence he had married my mother, whose relations were named Robinson, a very good family in that country, and from whom I was called Robinson Kreutznaer; but, by the usual corruption of words in England, we are now called—nay we call ourselves and write our name—Crusoe; and so my companions always called me.