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Robinsono Kruso   By: (1661?-1731)

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Robinsono Kruso tells the captivating story of a man stranded on a deserted island for 28 years. Written by Daniel Defoe, this classic novel follows the protagonist, Robinson Crusoe, as he navigates the challenges of survival and isolation.

The novel is a powerful exploration of resilience, resourcefulness, and the human spirit. Crusoe's journey is filled with adventure, danger, and self-discovery as he learns to adapt to his surroundings and conquer his fears.

Defoe's writing is detailed and immersive, painting a vivid picture of Crusoe's struggles and triumphs. The character development is compelling, and readers will find themselves rooting for Crusoe as he overcomes obstacles and builds a new life for himself on the island.

Robinsono Kruso is a timeless tale that continues to resonate with readers today. It is a must-read for those who appreciate stories of survival, perseverance, and the indomitable human will.

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lia vivo kaj strangaj, mirindegaj aventuroj

verkita de Daniel Defoe tradukis en 1908 Pastro A. Krafft


The telegraph and telephone have made of the world a whispering gallery. Steam and electric traction have annihilated space. The scattered human race yet remains a strangely misunderstood family. Within one hour the report of a momentous event may be shot through 500 languages and as many more dialects; but convene a thousand representative dissimilar one speech people and all becomes Babel if not Pandemonium. Impossible, indeed, for each to learn the language of the thousand; but how small a matter for all to learn a common second language if such a language can be produced.

And it has been produced: Esperanto has been born a composite of the pith of all language; precise, learnable at sight and almost grammarless.

This Esperanto Classic, “Robinsono Kruso,” is somewhat of an achievement for American enterprise as it is the first of its size and kind yet published here. It has been undertaken with zeal and wrought out according to ability. The original translation was made by the highly esteemed Rev. A. Krafft. Other friends and supporters are:

William D. Chandler, “Ĉefmonhelpanto.” Prof. E. V. Huntington, Harvard University. Prof. D... Continue reading book >>

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