An Island Filled with Ideas
This paper is an in-depth analysis of the Daniel Defoe novel “Robinson Crusoe”.
This paper presents an in-depth discussion about the novel “Robinson Crusoe”. The writer of this paper uses several outside sources as well as the book to illustrate the myth and fictional characteristics of the novel itself. The writer also underscores the use of these qualities by pointing out examples from the story.
“Authors throughout history have used their talents to convey ideas and stories to use. Often times the stories are originally based on something that happened in real life, however the author takes the initial premise, and adds myth and fiction to the mix to create an intriguing tale. The author often uses fictional help or mythical anecdotes for the purpose of making the story more interesting and more themes focused. Authors of fiction have often stated that fiction has to be even more believable than true life.”