Robinson Crusoe Analysis

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Have you ever thought of what it would be like to find yourself on a deserted island, not just playing the game of what you would take with you if you could but what it would be like with just you and what the island has to hold for you. Well throughout both passages the characters in them are affected by the setting by how their mind starts to wonder about how they are lost, and all the characters take how the setting is affecting them differently. In “From The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe” By Daniel Defoe. Robinson Crusoe is a very pessimistic sea wash up cast away on a deserted island. But in “ From The Swiss Family Robinson; or Adventures in a Desert Island’’ By Johann David Wyss. The Robinson family seem pretty optimistic seeing…show more content…
But then his mind starts to wonder.”After I solaced my mind with the comfortable part of my condition, I began to look round me, to see what kind of place I was in, and what was next to be done; and I soon found my comforts abate me“(Defo 20) But then when the robinson family found themselves stranded they seemed happy with the adventure that seemed to be fate.” The dogs, who had preceded us in landing, welcomed us in a truly friendly manner, leaping playfully around us; the geese kept up a loud cackling, to which the yellow-billed ducks quaked a powerful bass. This with the clacking of the liberated fowls, and the chattering of the boys, formed a perfect Babel; mingled with these, were the harsh cries of the penguins and flamingos, which hovered over our heads, or sat on the points of the rocks. They were in immense numbers, and their notes almost deafened us, especially as they did not accord with the harmony of our civilized fowls. However, I rejoiced to see these feathered creatures, already fancying them on my table, if we were obliged to remain in the desert region.” (Wyss 4) Which is surprising because adventure is a fun thing but when you have no idea where it you are looking around it can be

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