Themes in Robison CrusoeDear colleges, Actually I decided to form this topic in order to discuss together the main themes of the novil "Robison Crusoe".Now you can share with your...
Actually I decided to form this topic in order to discuss together the main themes of the novil "Robison Crusoe".
Now you can share with your opinion or add something strange that you want to express, or just post the most important theme in your own view
thanks for your time,
I teach Robinson Crusoe to my 8th English class every year, and because I teach in a Christian school, we discuss the theme of listening to God and following His path for our lives. Crusoe has to go through many horrible trials before he finally is willing to let go and give his life to God.
Even from a non-Christian perspective, this can be an important theme - not just following our own selfish desires, but really considering what's best for everyone involved.
1- Middle class hero (why?)
2- Disobedience / stubbornness
3- In distress/ promises God things/ forgets about them
4- Whether he learns from mistakes or not?
5- Dissatisfaction (Brazil/ although saved (island)
6- Fear of the unknown (footprint/ sleeping on a tree)
7- Survival instinct/ adaptation
8- Need for self-protection (castle/ goats)
9- Ill = closer to God
10- Desire for control/ authority (Friday/ Spaniards/ captain of the ship)
11- Today we love what tomorrow we hate (not being happy with what you have until you lose it) (island and the current)
12- Loneliness (search for companion)
13- Money (plan for future)
i need help to get them
theme of every man ??
THEMES IN ROBINSON CRUSOE
* WANDER LUST
*REPENTANCE AND PROVIDENCE
*SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
*WHITE MAN'S BURDEN
ARE SOME OF THE THEMES THAT I HAVE BEEN TAUGHT IN MY SCHOOL
Thank you so much for replying my message,
Concerning Crusoe as a puritan man, don't you think that all what he have done is something normal. I believe being ambitious and adventurous (which involves the concept of individualism) was a remarkable trend during that age. All what I'm trying to say here is that following his own "desires" doesn't explain that he should be cursed or punished, because as I said before it was a wide spreading trend.
Thanks for your time,
Waiting for your reply,