The lifetime of Daniel Defoe examines the total diversity of Defoe’s writing within the context of what's identified approximately his lifestyles and opinions.
- Features prolonged and designated commentaries on Defoe’s political, spiritual, ethical, and fiscal journalism, in addition to on all of his narrative fictions, together with Robinson Crusoe
- Places emphasis on Defoe’s designated variety and rhetoric
- Situates his paintings in the specified historic situations of the eighteenth-century within which Defoe was once a tremendous and lively participant
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