Tiểu luận Robinson Crusoe – A Representative of the English Bourgeoisie in the early 18th century

One of the most important relationships that exist in Daniel Defoe’s “ Robinson Crusoe” is that between Crusoe and Friday. This relation was the best reflection of the bourgeois relations. The man, named Friday because of the day he was saved, gave thanks to Robinson for saving his life by showing a position of subservience to him. In the novel, the theme of master servant relationship is clear. After being the master of the whole island, nature and animals, Robinson Crusoe was successful to be a master over human beings too. Since the first day in which he saw Friday, he decided to make him his slave in order to help him with cultivation and other work he achieved on the island as he already felt that he was like a king or a empror.

One of the most important relationships that exist in Daniel Defoe’s “ Robinson Crusoe” is that between Crusoe and Friday. This relation was the best reflection of the bourgeois relations. The man, named Friday because of the day he was saved, gave thanks to Robinson for saving his life by showing a position of subservience to him. In the novel, the theme of master servant relationship is clear. After being the master of the whole island, nature and animals, Robinson Crusoe was successful to be a master over human beings too. Since the first day in which he saw Friday, he decided to make him his slave in order to help him with cultivation and other work he achieved on the island as he already felt that he was like a king or a empror.

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