In Robinson Crusoe, what is Crusoe's most common complaint?

llansford | Student

I think Crusoe observes many differences between his old life and island life, but perhaps he "complains" about the time it takes to perform tasks the most. Defoe's writing in Robinson Crusoe can be repetitive and sometimes boring, which causes the reader to experience similar feelings of strung-out strife that Crusoe may feel when he figures out ways to complete common tasks like finding grain storage.

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