Daniel Defoe

English novelist, pamphleteer and journalist Daniel Defoe is best known for his novels, Robinson Crusoe and Moll Flanders. Initially his writings were in politics, Defoe publishing a political pamphlet, in 1683. In 1719 Defoe turned to fictional works publishing Robinson Crusoe. This was novel was based on several short essays that he had devised over the years. Further novels followed including Moll Flanders, Colonel Jack, Captain Singleton, Journal of the Plague Year and his last major fiction piece, Roxana (1724).

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