Robinson Crusoe was born in 1632 in the city of York,Englang He fell in love with the sea so much until he ran away from home to go to the sea at the age of 18.Then he joined up with his Brazilian friend s to venture on the west coast of Africa. Unfortunately, a violent storm just hit his ship. All the crew died . Robinson Crusoe was the omly survivor.Robinson managed to swim to the nearest island,which situated not far from the ship wreck. After a quick survey, he discover that the island was deserted and temporary safe to him. Then he quickly get back to the ship to salvaged whatever he could. With the provisions and other useful items he found from that ship, Robinson was able to built a fortified house to protect himself from enemies and wild animals. Beside being innovative and creative, he was able to grew some crops , rare wild goat and cowfor their milk , meat,and cheese. He discovered there are many fruits on the island. Robinson even made his own clothes , utensil ,pots and furniture.Futhermore he built another summer house and a cave hide out for his own safety.[BR] Soon Robinson discovered that he is not the only person in the island .
The issolated island was also used by cannibals for virtual sacrifices. His know that his was not safe. One day , he risked his life to save a victim from his fellow cannibals and named him Friday. That day onwards, Friday stayed at Robinson side.Fridaty was loyal and a good companion to Robinson. Robinson taugh Friday to speak English , self defence and being holy, Robinson told Friday the exitence of God.Friday was a quick learnerand inquisitive when being taught by Robinson. Two of them helped each other out .[BR] Later, Robinson saved Friday''''s father and a Spaniard from being eaten by the same savages.The opportunty for Robinson Crusoe to return to his homeland came when he help an English sea captain regain control of his ship from the mutineers.It hadbeen more than 28 years since he was shipwreck on the island.After he had settle down on his homeland, he set sailed again to the island.