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Taylor Julkaistu Suomennos Suomentaja O. Löydä lisää kirjoja Kirjallisuuden teemasivulta. Juonipaljastukset päättyvät tähän. Viitattu 9. BTJ Kirjastopalvelu Oy, ISBN Helsinki: Otava, WSOY, Arkistoitu Fortunately, though, Robinson was able to direct his small boat into an eddy that brought him back toward Not wanting to risk the open sea again, Robinson piloted his boat into a river and harbored it in the stream before walking back Robinson made it to his little dwelling in the forest, which he called his "country house," Robinson returned to his home, content to stay on his area of the island and resign In order to preserve ammunition, Robinson made traps to try to capture goats, so that he wouldn't have to shoot them Robinson exclaims, "how mercifully can our Creator treat his creatures," and says he dined like a Robinson notes that he had a ridiculous appearance, with all of his ill-fitting clothes made of Robinson describes the two "plantations" he had on the island.
He had his main dwelling, fortified Robinson was shocked and frightened one day when he saw a man's footprint in the sand Robinson was thankful that he was not seen by these savages, but worried that they would Robinson continued to reflect on the situation and concluded that it was not his place to After three days within his "castle," Robinson ventured out into the island again.
He reasoned that the footprint could have been an Robinson says that fear often causes men to discount reason and describes how he planned to Robinson admits that he did not cry out to God in his distress instead of relying All because of his fear at seeing a single footprint, Robinson worked tirelessly in constructing his new goat pen, building a strong fence around it.
Robinson then explored the island for another place to build a small livestock pen, and while Robinson hurried back home and thanked God that he had not been born among such savages Nonetheless, Robinson remained frightened for the next two years, during which time he never ventured beyond his Robinson harbored thoughts of attacking the cannibal savages when they next landed on the island and The more he thought about this, though, the more Robinson thought he had no right to intervene in the savages' lives.
He thought that God Robinson concluded that he had no right to kill the savages and thought of how this Robinson considered the savages to be innocent "as to him," because they had not done anything For the next year, Robinson did not venture to where he saw the skulls and human bones to see if Robinson realized that Providence often saves men when they are completely unaware of it, and that Not wanting to be seen by anyone, Robinson decided only to burn fires at his dwelling in the forest, where he discovered a Inside the cave was a kind of tunnel with a low roof, through which Robinson crawled to find a larger cavernous chamber with some kind of diamond or precious metal Robinson says that he was now in his twenty-third year upon the island and was now Around December, Robinson's usual harvest time, he noticed a fire one day about two miles away from him As soon as the savages left, Robinson walked to where he had first seen the skulls and human bones so long before After this, Robinson was continually worried that he would fall into the hands of savages at some point Robinson continued to be anxious and "slept unquiet.
The next day, Robinson saw a ship out on the ocean not moving. He went to the shore and Seeing the wrecked ship made Robinson wish deeply that one or two sailors had made it to shore, so that he While Robinson wished that someone had survived the wreckage and made it to shore, he says that Robinson couldn't resist his urge to go out to the stranded ship, both to see if Robinson went back to land and climbed a hill to get a better view of the The ship was a Spanish vessel, with many supplies on board.
Robinson took some chests, some casks of liquor, some gunpowder, and some kitchen implements onto his Robinson returned to his prior lifestyle on the island, but his mind was full of plans But Robinson concedes that this kind of ambition and desire is typical of youth, and it is Unable to sleep one night in March, Robinson thought over his life and how ignorant he was at first of the possibility of Robinson thought of how they were able to get to his island by boat, which led Robinson knew that sailing to the "main land" would be dangerous, as he might fall into Robinson finally fell asleep and dreamed that some savages came to his island preparing to eat Nonetheless, Robinson's mind was now set on rescuing one of the savages' captives and making the captive Robinson debated in his mind whether it was justifiable for him to kill some savages in About a year and a half after having these thoughts, Robinson woke one day to see five canoes landed on his side of the island.
Robinson took a gun and went down from his hill. He waved to the fugitive and The escaped prisoner was so frightened by the gunshot that he approached Robinson very gradually and tentatively.
He kneeled on the ground and placed Robinson's foot on his The savage Robinson had knocked out began to come to and sat up. The prisoner motioned toward Robinson's Curious about the savage Robinson shot to death, he examined the body and its bullet wound.
He buried both the Robinson describes the attractive appearance of the tawny-skinned prisoner "with straight, strong limbs, not too large, Friday and Robinson walked by where the two dead savages were buried in the sand, and Friday made Robinson saw that the savages' canoes were gone, so he and Friday went to where the Back in his "castle," Robinson made Friday some clothes, which it took him some time to get used to.
His experience with Friday prompted Robinson to reflect that God made all men with "the same powers, the same reason, the This caused Robinson to wonder why Friday and his people were not given knowledge of Christianity and were Hoping to rid Friday of his cannibalism, Robinson took him one day to go kill a goat.
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