The life and strange surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner, as related by himself, /
by Daniel De Foe ; with an autobiographical memoir of the author, and a life of Alexander Selkirk, by whose residence on the island of Juan Fernandez the work was suggested ...
|Main Author:||Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.|
|Related Names:||Smith, Fred M. , publisher., Howell, John 1788-1863., Cowper, William 1731-1800., Williams, Thomas , engraver., Walsh, Francis , engraver., Thomas, William Luson 1830-1900, engraver., Pearson , engraver., Cobb, T. , engraver., Hughes, Edward , ill.|
Philadelphia : Hubbard Brothers ; 1872.
Selkirk, Alexander, /
Voyages, Imaginary > Voyages, Imaginary / Juvenile literature.
Adventure and adventurers > Adventure and adventurers / Juvenile literature.
Castaways > Castaways / Juvenile fiction.
Shipwreck survival > Shipwreck survival / Juvenile fiction.
Crusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character) > Crusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character) / Juvenile fiction.
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Parts I and II of Robinson Crusoe.
Cowper's verses, p. 7; "Howell's life of Alexander Selkirk" abridged, p. 519-528.
Some of the illustrations are signed Edward Hughes, GHT; some engraved by T. Cobb, Pearson, W. Thomas, F. Walsh, and Williams.
This is a reprint of the text prepared for the Oxford ed. of De Foe's miscellaneous works, 1839, and "carefully compared with a copyright edition printed at Edinburgh in 1846, and several slight errors corrected. ... It is believed that the edition here presented is the most perfect in existence."--P. 33.
528 p. :
ill., port. ;
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