Cannibals come to Crusoe’s island and make him believe there is a possibility of confrontation. But in this section of the book Crusoe meets his companion, Friday. He considers this man to be his servant and slave. An odd assumption since it is actually he, Robinson Crusoe, who is the intruder in Friday’s part of the world. This must have something to do with the way certain nations operated in those days and, in some cases, still do.
At any rate, Crusoe begins to teach Friday English and becomes more assured of their friendship.
Read by Alessandro Cima
Illustration is by NC Wyeth (1920)
Crusoe meets the man who becomes Friday
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