The Collected Works of Daniel Defoe

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In 'The Collected Works of Daniel Defoe', readers discover not only a treasury of Defoe's most renowned literary creations but also his lesser-known, yet equally captivating historical and biographical works. This meticulously compiled edition resounds with Defoe's versatile literary style, spanning the realms of adventure, realism, and satire. It showcases his contributions to the novel form, with 'Robinson Crusoe' often hailed as the foundation of English realistic fiction, while also presenting a rich trove of his historical narratives and travel writings that reflect a vivid panorama of 18th-century life and thought. The presence of criticism and biographies of Defoe within this collection provides a multifaceted perspective on his oeuvre, enhancing the reader's comprehension of his work within its historical and literary context.
Daniel Defoe's own life was as varied and complex as his literary output. Engaging in diverse occupations such as merchant, political pamphleteer, and government spy, Defoe possessed an intrinsic understanding of the socio-economic factors of his time. His personal experiences, combined with his inventive flair, shaped the authentic and compelling characters that populate his novels, like the intrepid Crusoe and the notorious Moll Flanders. His profound interest in the human condition, along with his acute observations of society, are reflected in his essays and satirical works, providing a lens through which Defoe scrutinized and commented on the tumultuous world around him.
Scholars and enthusiasts of classic literature will find 'The Collected Works of Daniel Defoe' an indispensable addition to their libraries. This comprehensive collection not only offers ample material for academic analysis but also presents an accessible entry point for general readers eager to explore the depths of Defoe's storytelling. The array of genres represented in this tome will appeal to a wide audience, from those interested in the birth of the modern novel to aficionados of rich historical detail and insightful social commentary.

Format:

E-book

Strony e-booka:

9822

Język:

Angielski

Data wydania:

13.11.2022

Wydawca e-booka:

DigiCat

Numer ISBN e-book:

8596547390626