Il est aujourd'hui considéré comme un classique de la littérature. why I should not go, and he stay in the boat? The wind blew from the N.N.E., which was contrary to my desire, for had it blown southerly I had been sure to have made the coast of Spain, and at least reached to the bay of Cadiz; but my resolutions were, blow which way it would, I would be gone from that horrid place where I was, and leave the rest to fate. By the best of my calculation, that place where I now was must be that country which, lying between the Emperor of Morocco's dominions and the negroes, lies waste and uninhabited, except by wild beasts; the negroes having abandoned it and gone farther south for fear of the Moors, and the Moors not thinking it worth inhabiting by reason of its barrenness; and indeed, both forsaking it because of the prodigious number of tigers, lions, leopards, and other furious creatures which harbour there; so that the Moors use it for their hunting only, where they go like an army, two or three thousand men at a time; and indeed for near a hundred miles together upon this coast we saw nothing but a waste, uninhabited country by day, and heard nothing but howlings and roaring of wild beasts by night. La vie et les aventures de Robinson Crusoé (IA lavieetlesaventu00defo).pdf 700 × 1,104, 392 pages; 34.47 MB Den verklige Robinson Crusoe's lefverne och äfventyr.djvu 1,390 × … But I also had a dream.I wanted … We went frequently out with this boat a-fishing; and as I was most dexterous to catch fish for him, he never went without me. "Well, go," said I: so the boy jumped into the water and taking a little gun in one hand, swam to shore with the other hand, and coming close to the creature, put the muzzle of the piece to his ear, and shot him in the head again, which despatched him quite. But as it was always my fate to choose for the worse, so I did here; for having money in my pocket and good clothes upon my back, I would always go on board in the habit of a gentleman; and so I neither had any business in the ship, nor learned to do any. %PDF-1.4 %���� PDF scanned by RERO Romanov76110 (2010/6/9) ... Robinson Crusoé Alt ernative. It was first published on 25 th April, 1719. Cet enfant de la petite bourgeoisie naît à York en 1632,àl’abri du besoin. Sometimes considered to be the first novel in English, this book is a fictional autobiography of a castaway who spends 28 years on a remote tropical island near Venezuela. — Nabiera pewności, że znajduje się na wyspie. I was born in England in 1632. %%EOF I conveyed also a great lump of beeswax into the boat, which weighed about half a hundred-weight, with a parcel of twine or thread, a hatchet, a saw, and a hammer, all of which were of great use to us afterwards, especially the wax, to make candles. Epistolar, confessional e didático em seu tom, a obra é a autobiografia fictícia do personagem-título, um náufrago que passou 28 anos em uma remota ilha tropical próxima a Trinidad, encontrando canibais, cativos e revoltosos antes de ser resgatado. However, Xury said he would have some of him; so he comes on board, and asked me to give him the hatchet. Xury said it was a lion, and it might be so for aught I know; but poor Xury cried to me to weigh the anchor and row away; "No," says I, "Xury; we can slip our cable, with the buoy to it, and go off to sea; they cannot follow us far." Lire ou télécharger "Robinson Crusoé I" gratuitement en ligne et en ebook EPUB, PDF et Kindle. 1324 16 ma plantation au Brésil, et sur ce qu'était devenu mon partner, qui, j'avais tout lieu de le supposer, avait dû depuis bien des années me mettre au rang Descargar Robinson Crusoe, de Daniel Defoe. xref But as soon as it grew dusk in the evening, I changed my course, and steered directly south and by east, bending my course a little towards the east, that I might keep in with the shore; and having a fair, fresh gale of wind, and a smooth, quiet sea, I made such sail that I believe by the next day, at three o'clock in the afternoon, when I first made the land, I could not be less than one hundred and fifty miles south of Sallee; quite beyond the Emperor of Morocco's dominions, or indeed of any other king thereabouts, for we saw no people. Robinson Crusoé – Mesmo não sendo nenhum herói chamativo ou grande aventureiro épico, Robinson Crusoé exibe traços de caráter que ganharam a aprovação de gerações de leitores. My patron lying at home longer than usual without fitting out his ship, which, as I heard, was for want of money, he used constantly, once or twice a week, sometimes oftener if the weather was fair, to take the ship's pinnace and go out into the road a- fishing; and as he always took me and young Maresco with him to row the boat, we made him very merry, and I proved very dexterous in catching fish; insomuch that sometimes he would send me with a Moor, one of his kinsmen, and the youth - the Maresco, as they called him - to catch a dish of fish for him. Título original: Robinson Crusoé Adaptação e roteiro: Christophe Lemoine Desenhos e cores: Jean-Christophe Vergne Tradução: Alexandre Boide Preparação: Gustavo de Azambuja Feix Revisão: Guilherme da Silva Braga CIP-Brasil. When he was gone, I turned to the boy, whom they called Xury, and said to him, "Xury, if you will be faithful to me, I'll make you a great man; but if you will not stroke your face to be true to me" - that is, swear by Mahomet and his father's beard - "I must throw you into the sea too." 0000000016 00000 n I bethought myself, however, that, perhaps the skin of him might, one way or other, be of some value to us; and I resolved to take off his skin if I could. My father was German and my mother was English. said I. Robinson Crusoe é um romance escrito por Daniel Defoe e publicado originalmente em 1719 no Reino Unido. That evil influence which carried me first away from my father's house - which hurried me into the wild and indigested notion of raising my fortune, and that impressed those conceits so forcibly upon me as to make me deaf to all good advice, and to the entreaties and even the commands of my father - I say, the same influence, whatever it was, presented the most unfortunate of all enterprises to my view; and I went on board a vessel bound to the coast of Africa; or, as our sailors vulgarly called it, a voyage to Guinea. However, I was glad to see the boy so cheerful, and I gave him a dram (out of our patron's case of bottles) to cheer him up. I had no sooner said so, but I perceived the creature (whatever it was) within two oars' length, which something surprised me; however, I immediately stepped to the cabin door, and taking up my gun, fired at him; upon which he immediately turned about and swam towards the shore again. Le roman de Daniel Defoe est un des premiers romans d'aventures écrit en anglais. However, I said no more to the boy, but bade him lie still, and I took our biggest gun, which was almost musket-bore, and loaded it with a good charge of powder, and with two slugs, and laid it down; then I loaded another gun with two bullets; and the third (for we had three pieces) I loaded with five smaller bullets. All Rights Reserved. So Xury and I went to work with him; but Xury was much the better workman at it, for I knew very ill how to do it. 0000154727 00000 n Cet ouvrage est basé sur l’histoire de « Vendredi ou la vie sauvage (2) » de Michel Tournier (3) paru en 1971 inspiré elle-même du roman « Robinson Crusoé » de « Daniel Defoe (4) ». Xury was dreadfully frighted, and indeed so was I too; but we were both more frighted when we heard one of these mighty creatures come swimming towards our boat; we could not see him, but we might hear him by his blowing to be a monstrous huge and furious beast. It was my great misfortune that in all these adventures I did not ship myself as a sailor; when, though I might indeed have worked a little harder than ordinary, yet at the same time I should have learnt the duty and office of a fore-mast man, and in time might have qualified myself for a mate or lieutenant, if not for a master. But as I had no instruments to take an observation to know what latitude we were in, and not exactly knowing, or at least remembering, what latitude they were in, I knew not where to look for them, or when to stand off to sea towards them; otherwise I might now easily have found some of these islands. Para recomendar esta obra a um amigo basta preencher o seu nome e email, bem como o nome e email da pessoa a quem pretende fazer a sugestão. "Well, Xury," said I, "we will both go and if the wild mans come, we will kill them, they shall eat neither of us." I knew where my patron's case of bottles stood, which it was evident, by the make, were taken out of some English prize, and I conveyed them into the boat while the Moor was on shore, as if they had been there before for our master. Daniel Defoe ROBINSON CRUSOÉ TOME II Première publication en 1719 Traduction par Petrus Borel publiée en 1836 Édition du groupe « Ebooks libres et gratuits » We are a good family. I was now set up for a Guinea trader; and my friend, to my great misfortune, dying soon after his arrival, I resolved to go the same voyage again, and I embarked in the same vessel with one who was his mate in the former voyage, and had now got the command of the ship. I asked him why he would go? bien étrange et surprenant destin que celui de Robinson Crusoé. It happened one time, that going a-fishing in a calm morning, a fog rose so thick that, though we were not half a league from the shore, we lost sight of it; and rowing we knew not whither or which way, we laboured all day, and all the next night; and when the morning came we found we had pulled off to sea instead of pulling in for the shore; and that we were at least two leagues from the shore. — Magazyn zapasów Robinsona. I could have been content to have taken this Moor with me, and have drowned the boy, but there was no venturing to trust him. Literature Network » Daniel Defoe » Robinson Crusoe » Chapter 2. Title: A ARVORE Author: kythao Subject: A ARVORE Created Date: 191000414095946 *��:��{=����SW�+/�>�*��T����+ޚ��@��O`��.&�������|���9��/öLh�4�!��q��� FpD����������[3����d��� ���l���]~��0�R�Gi����p?�4\eH?am�ߐR|�7e�UЍ{i[Fi#��#ߞ�>rUS6Ru�x�i ����E�d(ϒ���i�l���1�L��ԃ���v�Kq�/��v� �4X$����l�j�Gy�*�JI. The usage I had there was not so dreadful as at first I apprehended; nor was I carried up the country to the emperor's court, as the rest of our men were, but was kept by the captain of the rover as his proper prize, and made his slave, being young and nimble, and fit for his business. Addeddate 2012-08-21 22:43:33 External-identifier urn:imslp_record_id:Um9iaW5zb24gQ3J1c2_DqSAoT2ZmZW5iYWNoLCBKYWNxdWVzKQ== Genre … 0000002544 00000 n But it is impossible to describe the horrid noises, and hideous cries and howlings that were raised, as well upon the edge of the shore as higher within the country, upon the noise or report of the gun, a thing I have some reason to believe those creatures had never heard before: this convinced me that there was no going on shore for us in the night on that coast, and how to venture on shore in the day was another question too; for to have fallen into the hands of any of the savages had been as bad as to have fallen into the hands of the lions and tigers; at least we were equally apprehensive of the danger of it. I have two brothers. Says he, "If wild mans come, they eat me, you go wey." Another trick I tried upon him, which he innocently came into also: his name was Ismael, which they call Muley, or Moely; so I called to him - "Moely," said I, "our patron's guns are on board the boat; can you not get a little powder and shot? At the same time I had found some powder of my master's in the great cabin, with which I filled one of the large bottles in the case, which was almost empty, pouring what was in it into another; and thus furnished with everything needful, we sailed out of the port to fish. It may be we may kill some alcamies (a fowl like our curlews) for ourselves, for I know he keeps the gunner's stores in the ship." 1339 0 obj<>stream PDF - As aventuras de Robinson Crusoé ´...A figura de Robinson Crusoé se tornou praticamente um mito da cultura moderna. I embraced the offer; and entering into a strict friendship with this captain, who was an honest, plain-dealing man, I went the voyage with him, and carried a small adventure with me, which, by the disinterested honesty of my friend the captain, I increased very considerably; for I carried about 40 pounds in such toys and trifles as the captain directed me to buy. 1324 0 obj <> endobj But I have a dream. La Bibliothèque électronique du Québec . Robinson, une des meilleures de la province. This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it. Allí consiguió hacerse con una considerable fortuna como comerciante y, más tarde, Hijo de un comerciante de velas, fue educado para el ministerio eclesiástico, proyecto que abandonó muy pronto para dedicarse al comercio. The following other wikis use this file: Usage on eu.wikipedia.org Txikipedia:Eleberri; Metadata. But my hope was, that if I stood along this coast till I came to that part where the English traded, I should find some of their vessels upon their usual design of trade, that would relieve and take us in. After about two years, an odd circumstance presented itself, which put the old thought of making some attempt for my liberty again in my head. "Yes," says he, "I'll bring some;" and accordingly he brought a great leather pouch, which held a pound and a half of powder, or rather more; and another with shot, that had five or six pounds, with some bullets, and put all into the boat. My mother is English. Indeed, it took us both up the whole day, but at last we got off the hide of him, and spreading it on the top of our cabin, the sun effectually dried it in two days' time, and it afterwards served me to lie upon. He got a good estate by merchandise, and leaving off his trade, lived af-terwards at York, from whence he had married my mother, … This captain taking a fancy to my conversation, which was not at all disagreeable at that time, hearing me say I had a mind to see the world, told me if I would go the voyage with him I should be at no expense; I should be his messmate and his companion; and if I could carry anything with me, I should have all the advantage of it that the trade would admit; and perhaps I might meet with some encouragement. Assurez-vous d'être sur le site de la Bibliothèque: http://beq.ebooksgratuits.com Be that as it would, we were obliged to go on shore somewhere or other for water, for we had not a pint left in the boat; when and where to get to it was the point. Oups! But our patron, warned by this disaster, resolved to take more care of himself for the future; and having lying by him the longboat of our English ship that he had taken, he resolved he would not go a- fishing any more without a compass and some provision; so he ordered the carpenter of his ship, who also was an English slave, to build a little state-room, or cabin, in the middle of the long- boat, like that of a barge, with a place to stand behind it to steer, and haul home the main-sheet; the room before for a hand or two to stand and work the sails. We were a good family.. My father was a good businessman. Se quiser pode ainda acrescentar um pequeno comentário, de seguida clique em enviar o pedido. But we found afterwards that we need not take such pains for water, for a little higher up the creek where we were we found the water fresh when the tide was out, which flowed but a little way up; so we filled our jars, and feasted on the hare he had killed, and prepared to go on our way, having seen no footsteps of any human creature in that part of the country. Xury said, if I would let him go on shore with one of the jars, he would find if there was any water, and bring some to me. 0000004010 00000 n This was the only voyage which I may say was successful in all my adventures, which I owe to the integrity and honesty of my friend the captain; under whom also I got a competent knowledge of the mathematics and the rules of navigation, learned how to keep an account of the ship's course, take an observation, and, in short, to understand some things that were needful to be understood by a sailor; for, as he took delight to instruct me, I took delight to learn; and, in a word, this voyage made me both a sailor and a merchant; for I brought home five pounds nine ounces of gold-dust for my adventure, which yielded me in London, at my return, almost 300 pounds; and this filled me with those aspiring thoughts which have since so completed my ruin. I looked where he pointed, and saw a dreadful monster indeed, for it was a terrible, great lion that lay on the side of the shore, under the shade of a piece of the hill that hung as it were a little over him. My first contrivance was to make a pretence to speak to this Moor, to get something for our subsistence on board; for I told him we must not presume to eat of our patron's bread. I have a good school. he eat me at one mouth!" Here I meditated nothing but my escape, and what method I might take to effect it, but found no way that had the least probability in it; nothing presented to make the supposition of it rational; for I had nobody to communicate it to that would embark with me - no fellow-slave, no Englishman, Irishman, or Scotchman there but myself; so that for two years, though I often pleased myself with the imagination, yet I never had the least encouraging prospect of putting it in practice. I want to see the world. I thought he was pursued by some savage, or frighted with some wild beast, and I ran forward towards him to help him; but when I came nearer to him I saw something hanging over his shoulders, which was a creature that he had shot, like a hare, but different in colour, and longer legs; however, we were very glad of it, and it was very good meat; but the great joy that poor Xury came with, was to tell me he had found good water and seen no wild mans. "Well, Xury," said I, "then I won't; but it may be that we may see men by day, who will be as bad to us as those lions." Baixar PDF Leia online. Slavery And Escape. I am eighteen years old. I first got acquainted with the master of a ship who had been on the coast of Guinea; and who, having had very good success there, was resolved to go again. So I gave Xury a piece of rusk bread to eat, and a dram out of our patron's case of bottles which I mentioned before; and we hauled the boat in as near the shore as we thought was proper, and so waded on shore, carrying nothing but our arms and two jars for water. Once or twice in the daytime I thought I saw the Pico of Teneriffe, being the high top of the Mountain Teneriffe in the Canaries, and had a great mind to venture out, in hopes of reaching thither; but having tried twice, I was forced in again by contrary winds, the sea also going too high for my little vessel; so, I resolved to pursue my first design, and keep along the shore. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. I neither saw, nor desired to see any people; the principal thing I wanted was fresh water. Yet even in this voyage I had my misfortunes too; particularly, that I was continually sick, being thrown into a violent calenture by the excessive heat of the climate; our principal trading being upon the coast, from latitude of 15 degrees north even to the line itself. Se inició en este oficio como mayorista de medias y fabricante de azulejos, 0000003932 00000 n Robinson Crusoé. Le roman ne se limite pas au séjour de Robinson … 2°)Daniel Defoe (1630-1731) s’inspire pour son récit de l’aventure d’un marin écossais, Alexandre Selkirk, qui est parvenu à survivre, peut-être même à bien vivre, seul quatre ans sur l’île de Mas a Tierra, dans l’océan Pacifique. - one mouthful he meant. However, to cut short this melancholy part of our story, our ship being disabled, and three of our men killed, and eight wounded, we were obliged to yield, and were carried all prisoners into Sallee, a port belonging to the Moors. le lien est inopérant. We had a lot of money. "But," said I, "you swim well enough to reach to the shore, and the sea is calm; make the best of your way to shore, and I will do you no harm; but if you come near the boat I'll shoot you through the head, for I am resolved to have my liberty;" so he turned himself about, and swam for the shore, and I make no doubt but he reached it with ease, for he was an excellent swimmer. The boy smiled in my face, and spoke so innocently that I could not distrust him, and swore to be faithful to me, and go all over the world with me. He rose immediately, for he swam like a cork, and called to me, begged to be taken in, told me he would go all over the world with me. I want to travel. x��XlU�~w��Re��v���S�"F�s7l ����hI�,C�@L[l��B�}�J�wY���U+�����Y]M�Q�ץ'�F�X/�����;mM���ם��y�_�|� ��o� �������K��\�p��.mY�E���ȋ� ��^��/*M? The first was this: our ship making her course towards the Canary Islands, or rather between those islands and the African shore, was surprised in the grey of the morning by a Turkish rover of Sallee, who gave chase to us with all the sail she could make. As my new patron, or master, had taken me home to his house, so I was in hopes that he would take me with him when he went to sea again, believing that it would some time or other be his fate to be taken by a Spanish or Portugal man-of-war; and that then I should be set at liberty. The book is presented as an autobiography of the title character whose birth name is Robinson Kreutznaer. I did not care to go out of sight of the boat, fearing the coming of canoes with savages down the river; but the boy seeing a low place about a mile up the country, rambled to it, and by-and-by I saw him come running towards me. Página 30 << Página Anterior: Página Seguinte >> II. I took the best aim I could with the first piece to have shot him in the head, but he lay so with his leg raised a little above his nose, that the slugs hit his leg about the knee and broke the bone. File:Robinson Crusoé.pdf; File usage on other wikis. Robinson Crusoé se présente au lecteur Je suis né en l’année 1632. Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe Nací en 1632, en la ciudad de York, de una buena familia, aunque no de la región, pues mi padre era un extranjero de Brema1 que, inicialmente, se asentó en Hull2. Le titre complet de l'œuvre est La vie et les aventures étranges et surprenantes de Robinson Crusoé de York, marin, qui vécut 28 ans sur une île déserte sur la côte de l'Amérique, près de l'embouchure du grand fleuve Orénoque, à la suite d'un naufrage où tous périrent à l'exception de lui-même, et comment il fut dé… 0000004651 00000 n We have money. As I had been one voyage to this coast before, I knew very well that the islands of the Canaries, and the Cape de Verde Islands also, lay not far off from the coast. 0000005631 00000 n <<099932825C169841BAACBF90F3D7C0B6>]>> La Bande dessinée Robinson Crusoé (1) en PDF et en CBR disponible en téléchargement gratuit. 0000002417 00000 n Robinson s sebou do Anglie vzal nejen Pátka, ale také svého věrného psa Reka a papouška Andu. He, thinking no harm, agreed, and being in the head of the boat, set the sails; and, as I had the helm, I ran the boat out near a league farther, and then brought her to, as if I would fish; when, giving the boy the helm, I stepped forward to where the Moor was, and making as if I stooped for something behind him, I took him by surprise with my arm under his waist, and tossed him clear overboard into the sea. At this surprising change of my circumstances, from a merchant to a miserable slave, I was perfectly overwhelmed; and now I looked back upon my father's prophetic discourse to me, that I should be miserable and have none to relieve me, which I thought was now so effectually brought to pass that I could not be worse; for now the hand of Heaven had overtaken me, and I was undone without redemption; but, alas! This was game indeed to us, but this was no food; and I was very sorry to lose three charges of powder and shot upon a creature that was good for nothing to us. 0000000616 00000 n These 40 pounds I had mustered together by the assistance of some of my relations whom I corresponded with; and who, I believe, got my father, or at least my mother, to contribute so much as that to my first adventure. He swam so strong after the boat that he would have reached me very quickly, there being but little wind; upon which I stepped into the cabin, and fetching one of the fowling-pieces, I presented it at him, and told him I had done him no hurt, and if he would be quiet I would do him none. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. para kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC o teléfono móvil Sua perseverança em passar meses fazendo uma canoa, ou na prática da fabricação … "For what, Xury?" Several times I was obliged to land for fresh water, after we had left this place; and once in particular, being early in morning, we came to an anchor under a little point of land, which was pretty high; and the tide beginning to flow, we lay still to go farther in. This was the unhappiest voyage that ever man made; for though I did not carry quite 100 pounds of my new-gained wealth, so that I had 200 pounds left, which I had lodged with my friend's widow, who was very just to me, yet I fell into terrible misfortunes. Il connaît un grand succès à sa parution en 1719. 0000005362 00000 n He prepared to attack us again, and we to defend ourselves. He said that was true; so he brought a large basket of rusk or biscuit, and three jars of fresh water, into the boat. However, we had not a man touched, all our men keeping close. My name is Robinson. Xury, whose eyes were more about him than it seems mine were, calls softly to me, and tells me that we had best go farther off the shore; "For," says he, "look, yonder lies a dreadful monster on the side of that hillock, fast asleep." Read Online and Download Full PDF Of Robinson Crusoe: About Robin Crusoe: Robin Crusoe is a novel that was written by Daniel Defoe. 0000003707 00000 n Capítulo 2: Capítulo 2. But this hope of mine was soon taken away; for when he went to sea, he left me on shore to look after his little garden, and do the common drudgery of slaves about his house; and when he came home again from his cruise, he ordered me to lie in the cabin to look after the ship. Yet such was the fright I had taken of the Moors, and the dreadful apprehensions I had of falling into their hands, that I would not stop, or go on shore, or come to an anchor; the wind continuing fair till I had sailed in that manner five days; and then the wind shifting to the southward, I concluded also that if any of our vessels were in chase of me, they also would now give over; so I ventured to make to the coast, and came to an anchor in the mouth of a little river, I knew not what, nor where, neither what latitude, what country, what nation, or what river. II Daniel Defoe 2 BRUGUERA LIBRO AMIGO DANIEL DEFOE Nació en Londres, en 1660. "Xury," says I, "you shall on shore and kill him." La falda se suelta el pelose dio el lujo de escribir en primera persona las memorias de fanny hill, cortesana famosa; tambien daniel defoe, el autor del celebre robinson.crusoe .pdf 0000008302 00000 n — Pierwsza noc na nieznanym wybrzeżu. My father is a good man. this was but a taste of the misery I was to go through, as will appear in the sequel of this story. Xury, looked frighted, and said, "Me kill! Descargar Robinson Crusoe gratis en formato PDF y EPUB. However, we got well in again, though with a great deal of labour and some danger; for the wind began to blow pretty fresh in the morning; but we were all very hungry. Literature Network » Daniel Defoe » Robinson Crusoe » Chapter 2. I had good education.I had a good life. Este é o primeiro volume da coleção “Clássicos da Literatura em Quadrinhos”. Such English Xury spoke by conversing among us slaves. While I was in view of the Moor that was swimming, I stood out directly to sea with the boat, rather stretching to windward, that they might think me gone towards the Straits' mouth (as indeed any one that had been in their wits must have been supposed to do): for who would have supposed we were sailed on to the southward, to the truly Barbarian coast, where whole nations of negroes were sure to surround us with their canoes and destroy us; where we could not go on shore but we should be devoured by savage beasts, or more merciless savages of human kind.