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  • Castaway

    Published in February 2003

    On February 14th, 1709, rescued castaway Alexander Selkirk finally set sail from a small island off the coast of Chile, after having spent four years alone there. Ten years later, Daniel Defoe wrote about Alexander Selkirk’s experiences and gave him the fictional name of Robinson Crusoe. There are two pages to print. Click here to get your copies.

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