Robinson Crusoe – Man and Nature Competition

Daniel Defoe was born in St. Petersburg in 1659. Gille & apos; s, Cripplegate in London. He was a man of many shades. These different personalities are reflected in his literary contribution. During his life, he has been doing many jobs. Some of his significant works such as Essay on Progects (1698), "The True Birth English Man" (1701), "Hymn to Pillary" (1703), "Consolidator" (1705), "Apparition of Mrs. Veal" ), "The General History of Commerce" (1713), "Robinson Crusoe" (1719), "The History of the Union" (1708-09) Captain Singleton (1720), "Mole Flanders" (1722) "Rexona or The Fortunate Mistress" 1724) and other significant literary works remain wonderful all the time

Humans control everything except nature but the fact is fake in the case of Defoe's "ROBINSON CRUSOE." Robin Crusoe's defoe hero has total control over the environment. new and unknown places due to his misfortune and the storm his ship was destroyed and he came to an unknown island.The island is not Robinson unknown, but he is too lonely Robinson can not find a single person He is completely confused Feeling confused due to the uncertainty of his destiny none no food, no clothes, and he is alone, and he has no rare shade on this deserted and lonely island. He can not find anything on the island to survive. It has no shelter, food, fresh drinking water, no proper clothing and basic elements for life. He stands alone and has to turn away nature a year ago.

Robinson shouts bitterly, but no one can be sure. No one can provide the best comfort and warmth. But he must survive when he comes to the desolate island. He slowly and gradually understands nature. It can be explained more that nature has an important role to play in achieving Robinson's maturity. Nature Robinson is a responsible person. He is a traveler, runs from a very sheltered shelter, ignores his parents' warnings, but never deals seriously.

He was moved to a strange island and now he really understands life as hard as it is. But in the novel Nature was portrayed as a very polite character. Nature gives her a thing to Robinson. Robinson learns how to make a treatment with an unfavorable situation. He wins over an enemy position. Nature makes it much more experienced, courageous and more skillful. Robinson should be grateful to Nature. He gives him all the basic things to survive in such a special place.

Robinson returned to the damaged ship to bring the goods. Finds biscuits, rice, bread, cheese, goat meat, corn, wine, carpentry, ammunition, weapons, barrels, clothing, money, and hundreds of other basic commodities. He needs a roof to protect him and also to keep the most popular goods. He finds a place where he can supply his goods. He even got a lot of fresh water near his hiding place. It begins to use and use nature from now on to the department.

Nature teaches him to do many kinds of work. They learn in agriculture, baking, fencing, plowing, harvesting and many other agricultural duties. He uses nature for his own purpose, and nature helps him totally. Robinson uses everything he has brought from the ship, but he can not use the money. Like on such an abandoned island, he can not buy or sell anything. So money or wealth is a useless thing for Robinson.

Using nature makes your personal life much more enjoyable and comfortable. She has everything. It prepares the necessary furniture for its comfort, reads the Bible, learns that there are two seasons, gets acquainted with the production of clayware and also knows how to resist it. He has goats, parrots to spend free time with. He remains busy all day long for many kinds of work. But he still feels isolated. The most important problem for Robinson is seclusion. He remains enthusiastic about using nature. He does everything for his survival. He has full control over nature.

So in Defoe's "ROBINSON CRUSOE" the protagonist has full power and control over nature, which nature can destroy something in a fraction of a second and that nature can be calm and calm at the same time.