|Daniel Defoe. Of Royall Educacion. A Fragmentary Treatise. Edited for the First Time, with Introduction Notes, and Index, by Karl D. Bülbring.|
|Elibron Classics, 2004, 92 pages.|
ISBN 9781402147715 paperback
ISBN 9781402102837 hardcover
Replica of 1895 edition by David Nutt, London.
|Daniel Defoe (1660-1731), list of works|
|A political radical, Daniel Defoe spent a sizable portion of his adult life in prison. Keeping his spirits through it all, he turned out a number of satirical pamphlets including "The Shortest Way with the Dissenters." Defoe's longer works feature a deliberate blurring of the boundaries between fiction and nonfiction; A Journal of the Plague Year is a brilliant improvisation on historical record, and his books Moll Flanders and Robinson Crusoe are both fictional works that purport to be factual.|
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