Daniel Defoe


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English writer remembered particularly for his novel about Robinson Crusoe (1660-1731)

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Richetti, Daniel Defoe (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1987), 76, and T.
LASGOW, Scotland: The 18th-century writer Daniel Defoe called Glasgow "the dear green place" although it may not feel that way if you're caught up in the bustle of busy Sauchiehall Street or logging a long day of meetings in the merchant city.
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2014, Daniel Defoe pays tribute to the prolific novelist, pamphleteer and journalist.
For Daniel Defoe that feeling of resentment lingered long in the memory, and he composed a "Hymn to the Pillory" to highlight what he saw as the selectivity of justice in 18th-century England.
Young Princess Victoria, writer Daniel Defoe and Norfolk's naval hero Horatio Nelson have all enjoyed its hospitality, and it's reputed to have a ghost too.
DANIEL Defoe visited Teesside in 1727 describing Yarm and Stockton as "two large well-built towns which have greatly increased of late years, especially Stockton which is now the chief port on the Tees".
Crusoe: Daniel Defoe, Robert Knox and the Creation of a Myth, Katherine Frank.
The Sage Gateshead is yards from the 'Hippest Street' and Hillgate itself was once home to Daniel Defoe, author of Robinson Crusoe.
Robinson Crusoe' is a 1719 novel by acclaimed author Daniel Defoe about a man who spends 28 years on a remote tropical island, encountering native Americans, captives and mutineers, before being rescued.
JOSEPH ADDISON LABELED Daniel Defoe "a false, shuffling, prevaricating rascal" and even his 19th-century biographer, William Minto, admitted that Defoe was "perhaps the greatest liar that ever lived.
In early July 1703, Daniel Defoe stood trial at the Old Bailey, accused of seditious libel.
De los padres fundadores del periodismo moderno, Daniel Defoe tambien lo fue del periodismo politico.
Jonathan Swift and Daniel Defoe embarked on similar explorations.
Daniel Defoe made an observation that could apply to many public health interventions then and today, "This shutting up of houses was at first counted a very cruel and unchristian method .
El prologo corresponde ala obra de Daniel Defoe Las venturas y desventuras de la famosa Moll Flanders.