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|Emne||Classic fiction (pre c 1945)|
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Om Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. THAT homely proverb, used on so many occasions in England, viz. That what is bred in the bone will not go out of the flesh, was never more verified than in the story of my Life. Any one would think that after thirty-five years' affliction, and a variety of unhappy circumstances, which few men, if any, ever went through before, and after near seven years of peace and enjoyment in the fulness of all things; grown old, and when, if ever, it might be allowed me to have had experience of every state of middle life, and to know which was most adapted to make a man completely happy; I say, after all this, any one would have thought that the native propensity to rambling which I gave an account of in my first setting out in the world to have been so predominant in my thoughts, should be worn out, and I might, at sixty one years of age, have been a little inclined to stay at home, and have done venturing life and fortune any more.