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What Caribbean Island is the setting of Robinson Crusoe?


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2008-03-15 08:42:36
2008-03-15 08:42:36

Robinson Crusoe Island (Spanish: Isla Robinsón Crusoe), formerly known as Más a Tierra (Closer to land), is the largest island of the Chilean-controlled Juan Fernández archipelago, situated 674 kilometres west of South America in the South Pacific Ocean.

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it's setting is in Robinson crusoe island..>:) Probably the Caribbean island of Tobago given the geographical description ; see links . Caribbean island? Tobago? I think not. Robinson Crusoe island, or, as we Chilean call it Juan Fernandez, as it is a Chilean possession, is located in the Pacific. This island is famous for their huge lobsters.

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Defoe's setting did not include a Hawaiian Island adventure for Crusoe.

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The duration of Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island is 4.27 hours.

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Worldwide, there are many others. "Robinson Crusoe" (1913) "Robinson Crusoe" (1916) "Robinson Crusoe" (1917) "The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe" (1922) "Robinson Crusoe" (1924) "Little Robinson Crusoe" (1924) "Robinson Crusoe" (1925) "Robinson Crusoe" (1927) "Mr. Robinson Crusoe" (1932) "Robinson Crusoe" (1933) "Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island" (1936) "Molly Moo Cow and Robinson Crusoe" (1936) "Robinson Crusoe Jr" (1941) "Robinson Crusoe" (1954) "Robinson Crusoe" (1935) "Robinson Crusoe on Mars" (1964) "Robinson Crusoe" (1970) "Robinson Crusoe" (1997) "Crusoe" (2008) - Television series.

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Robinson Crusoe is about a man named Robinson Crusoe who gets shipwrecked on an island after being in an extremely big storm.


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