Robinson Crusoe / Slavery Indoctrination

Robinson Crusoe Published in 1719 Robinson Crusoe Published in 1719

At the end of the 19th century, no book in the history of  Western literature had more editions, spin-offs and translations than Robinson Crusoe. What’s interesting is that this book houses the reasoned teaching of the slavery indoctrination.

Given to the Western World (The New World) at it’s inception, with more than 700 such alternative versions, including children’s versions with mainly pictures and no text, accounts of one mans trial and error of protocols (adventure)  of  domesticating a savage.  He depicted that the slave owner would first make the savage fear him and his gun, he would then chain him (for his own protection), then change his name to one he chooses, make him call him master, then tell him who his God was.

The author shows a sharp distinction of savage versus human, and perpetuates that it was his duty to offer humanity to the cannibal. I contend that this book issued America its much needed reasoning’s, quieted the new slave owners consciousness, and  justified  the actions, of wicked men for many generations. An American Classic? Shameful!

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