Early life[ edit ] Daniel Foe his original name was probably born in Fore Street in the parish of St.
The moral and religious dimension of the tale is indicated in the Preface of the book.
Thus an analysis of Robinson Crusoe life would like to clarify the theme of sin, punishment and repentance. At the very beginning of the novel, a man named Robinson Crusoe records of his own life story.
His father was a German. He is the youngest of three brothers. His father wanted him to be a lawyer. He wanted to go to the sea against the admonition of his father. He leaves home without uttering a single word of farewell.
His father suggested him to be satisfied with the middle station of life. Being discontented with his middle station of life Crusoe had gone one day to Hull and boarded a ship bound for London.
Hardly had the ship sailed out of the harbor, when a strong wind began to blow.
The wind soon grew into a furious storm and the ship was wrecked. However, Crusoe and others on board the ship were rescued. He decided that of his life was saved; he would go to his father directly to beg his pardon and would never venture on a ship again. But whenever he found himself safe in London, he forgot all the resolutions and again boarded a ship bound for the coast of Africa.
That means, the change which took place in Crusoe was not firmly inculcated. Later he undertook more voyages. Almost all the voyages were devastating but the fourth one was the must devastating of all.
In this voyage the ship was wrecked and all the men perished in the sea. Only Crusoe survived this wreckage and found himself on an island which was totally inhabited.
Crusoe no proceed to build a proper habitation for himself. With the passage of time he adjusted himself with new environment be devising various schemes and methods. One day an earthquake shook the whole island but at this time of danger, he did not utter any serious or ardent prayer except the common words.
After ending earthquake, Crusoe was suffering from acute fever.
During this illness, he dreamt a frightening dream that man deseeding from a cloud to kill Crusoe. He now realized the need to appeal to God for help. He offered an earnest prayer to god for his grace.
What a miserable creature am!The Religious Dimension of Robinson Crusoe Robinson Crusoe’s discovery of the work ethic on the small island goes hand in hand with a spiritual awakening. Religion in Robinson Crusoe.
The religious elements dominate Robinson Crusoe’s story, just like a shadow follows its creator. It is a story which has political . Crusoe’s place as the rebellious younger son in the family, resembling the Prodigal Son in the Bible, enhances the religious side of Crusoe’s story.
Take the Preface & Chapters 1–3 Quick Quiz 1 2. The Socio-economic and Religious Aspects in Robinson Crusoe Alexandra G. Macy Macy, Alexandra G., "The Socio-economic and Religious Aspects in Robinson Crusoe" ().CMC Senior kaja-net.com as to better emphasize the intertwining of his economic side with his religious side.
The. Spiritual regeneration of Robinson Course In Daniel Defoe’s novel ‘ Robinson Crusoe’ the author tells the tale of spiritual development of an adventure-loving man. The moral and religious dimension of the tale is indicated in the Preface of the book.
Robinson Crusoe is filled with religious aspects. Defoe was a Puritan moralist and normally worked in the guide tradition, writing books on how to be a good Puritan Christian, such as The New Family Instructor () and Religious Courtship ().