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Crusoe and His Consequences von James Dunkerley

Crusoe and His Consequences James Dunkerley

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Crusoe and His Consequences James Dunkerley

300 years after it was first published, Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe remains hugely influential and hotly debated. Since its initial release in 1719, discussions have surrounded the novel's depiction of individual solitude and work, colonial and racial relations, and mankind's relationship with the rest of the animal world. To this day, Crusoe's depiction of self-reliance and rugged individualism is often idealized in economics textbooks, mainstream politics, and popular culture. But many have also criticized this approach, most notably Karl Marx, who was one of the first in decrying the efforts of classical economists to extract the rational actor and marginalist calculator from the island castaway without reference to social history. Alongside a precis with surprising revelations for those not familiar with the detail of the story, and a rich biographical sketch of its creator, Crusoe and His Consequences draws on a range of writers, including Adam Smith, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Jacques Derrida and Jurgen Habermas, to bring the debates surrounding Defoe's first novel vividly to life.

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No-one writing today in English on Latin America can match Dunkerley's mix of deep conviction, keen eye for human and humanizing detail, and analytical rigor and exuberant wit. -John Henry Coatsworth, provost, Columbia University The most extraordinary history book of the year. -Eric Hobsbawm on Dunkerley's Americana A rich and compelling examination of Daniel Defoe's 1719 literary classic -Peace News [A] radical demystification of Daniel Defoe's iconic work -Morning Star

Über James Dunkerley

James Dunkerley OBE is Professor of Politics at Queen Mary, University of London, and former Director of the Institute for the Study of the Americas at the University of London. He has written extensively on history and politics in the Americas. Previous titles include The Long War: Dictatorship and Revolution in El Salvador, Power in the Isthmus, and Americana: The Americas in the World, Around 1850.

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GOR011452661
9781682192023
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Crusoe and His Consequences James Dunkerley
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OR Books
20191121
274
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