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The Response to Individualism in Robinson Crusoe
Ahmed Abdulaziz Muhammad
Department of English Language, Faculty of Education, Koya University
http://koyauniversity.org
Abstract: Daniel Defoe’s masterpiece Robinson Crusoe is one of the best English novels ever. The great contribution of this novel to English literature is the creation of Robinson Crusoe, this fictional character which has been regarded as the archetypal Englishman. As a cultural and social or as a life lesson for the student, it is important to remind them that Robinson Crusoe is from the Great Britain Empire in which his sense of nationality is greater than all the challenges he has faced on the island; and this lesson should be highlighted to grow the feeling of self-confidence and the sense of nationality within the student of the second year class by emphasizing the the theme individualism. 

 
Keywords:  Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, theme affection, psychology, social, individualism.



Date: 19/02/2018
Place: Faculty Of Education,Department of English Language/ Hall 19
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Caroline Yousif Daniel,
Aug 8, 2018, 1:04 AM