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Being the third son of a good family
and not educated to any trade
my head began to be filled early
with thoughts of leaving England, to see the world.
And thus against the will,
nay the commands of my father,
I broke loose
and went out to sea.
How true my father's prophecy of disaster
for not long after
being in the latitude of 12 degrees, 18 minutes
bound for Africa to buy Negro slaves
for my fellow planters in the Brazils
a violent tornado came upon us
which carried us westward.
Far out of the way of human commerce.
My only possession,
my only weapon.
I woke refreshed
and half perished with hunger.
Thirsty, without provisions,
with little hope of survival,
I set out to survey my fate.
No other land in sight.
I was on an island,
and barren by the sea.
The wreck of our ship
stranded during the night.
Ay!
Ay!
Sam!
She might slip from the rock.
I must contrive a raft
and try to save her precious supplies.
I plundered from the wreck many chests
with all manner of clothes,
tallow,
gunpowder,
the carpenter tools
and scores of useful articles,
not to forget that fellow survivor, Sam.
Gold.
Yet, what use to me.
However, on second thoughts.
Tinder,
steel,
flint,
fire.
Firel
Worth more to me,
than all the gold in the world.
How often had I seen my servants do this,
Yet I a master of servants
couldn't even build my own fire
Rex!
Ah Rex.
A all,
you are alive too.
Rex.
What was that, Rex?
What is it?
She was gone.
That fearful sound had been the death cry of our poor ship
I regretted all the iron work,
cable and lead that had gone down with her.
Ratsl
The only things from the ship that I did not want ashore.
No ship will sail by without my knowledge.
I kept dry branches ready
to flame into a mighty beacon.
My days were hurried,
crowded with all manners of urgent tasks.
Most urgent of all
was to secure myself
from wild beasts and savages.
Meanwhile the rains approached
and needing a store room
for all the supplies
I found a place where the earth was easiest
and started to dig up a cave.
I had never before so much as handled an ax
and, or for that matter
any kind of tool.
I was but a very sorry workman
and all this cost me a great deal of time.
I became a pleasant good shot
and with good cause,
for my constant hard manual labor
gave me a most voracious appetite.
The green coconut and its milk
I found to be most wholesome,
cool and refreshing.
My eleventh month.
Days passed in hunting wild foul,
preparing food,
trips to my lookout hill
to search for sight of ships.
One day much like another.
Uneventful and,
I am sick,
chills.
Fever.
Getting worse.
Ah...
help...
help me.
In this second sleep
I had this terrible dream.
A
s,
Here, here, here, here, here, here.
Not there, but here.
Where else would I be?
Are you not here?
How did you get here?
Sl la al
At my house, with your dear mother and me,
you had the very best o all possible worlds
Yes, yes, I remember all you told me
' lg
Give me water.
At home you are well o.
Saved the miseries o labor
and hardships o mankinds lower state.
Though yet embarrassed by the
pride, envy, luxury, and ambition
o its upper state.
Water, ather,
give me water.
Ours is the middle station o lie my boy,
the middle station
Even kings would have envied you.
Admit that now.
Will you not help me?
I want water.
Why did you ling yoursel
into this stupid adventure?
Did you not know, that your mother and I were praying
that God would not separate us rom you?
BB
you were always wayward.
Water, bring me water.
Your mother and I will orgive you.
Remember, But God will not orgive you.
Heh, heh, heh.
He will not orgive you.
Ill I llk a g
I will die.
I will die.
I woke weak, yet clear of head.
Whether I had slept for one whole day or more,
I could never be certain.
My first thought was for water.
Did not Brazilians have some physic
to prevent recurrence of fevers?
Of coursel
Tobacco, mixed in rum.
In that chest,
I found a cure for both
the body and soul.
Come to me in the day o trouble,
and I will deliver thee.
And thou shall gloriy me.
S I's
Only He can deliver me out o this place.
I now respect the Sabbath
and so, I mark this day differently from all others.
The last o it Rex.
Now lve been denied the sta o lie.
I recalled a grass
I had observed to sprout and start to grow.
Grain, that which in England we call corn,
and in the new world, we call wheat.
Some few seeds must have come ashore
with me from the ship.
With the Lord's help,
I could try to raise a crop.
Meanwhile I set out to make a
more perfect discover of my domain.
I found great amounts of cocoa,
orange, and lemon trees,
sugar cane,
tobacco,
and banana.
I discovered the turtle,
which furnishes an abundance of savory flesh.
Great quantities of most useful shell.
And even turtle eggs.
Also that other sea beast,
the octopus,
Which they say some people lack the fortitude to eat.
Parrots,
which were known to me.
And other birds,
which were foreign.
Animals I did not recognize,
And those I did,
goats.
It was a most unusual clear day.
Landl
Could I not hack out a canoe to sail to it?
I hewed out a tiny sailing canoe,
and was swept out to sea by some great current.
Thanks only a sudden wind,
was I even fortunate to get back to shore.
In other ventures I was more successful.
P Pll
Here Polly, here Polly.
On my inger Polly.
Call Rex Polly
Here Rex.
Come here, Rex.
Come.
Tell me only this.
Where did you ind their ather?
Do you know?
The one mystery of the island I never solved.
Due to sowing during dry season,
first half of seed complete loss.
Second half now in ground,
hope for the best.
Just as it may seem the best would come to pass
and that I might triumph over the sun, the rain,
I was threatened by a new enemy.
The birdsl
They came down on my field like a plague.
A ruthless devouring army.
I fought for wheat as if it were my life.
Used every weapon to frighten and kill.
Hungry Rex?
A a all,
but you cannot talk to me.
Five years.
The fifth anniversary of the day I landed.
Time to celebrate.
I care not I or nobody,
and nobody cares or me.
Do you or do you not?
Well I do.
I did.
This is a day,
a day,
what a day this is.
I have nothing urther to say.
Isl
I Is
I care not I or nobody,
and nobody cares or me.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
I remember you all!
Hooray or riendship.
Hip Hip Hooray!
Hip Hip Hooray!
Hip Hip Hooray!
Here the lowly Keg is dead.
A I kp s g
Stuck, one to another.
Until the resurrection.
Tom,
Ak,
And to you Campbell.
At lastl
A full harvest.
Now it could be truly said,
I worked for my bread.
Pa ak, pa ak, ak's a
bake me a cake as ast as you can.
BB pal, Rx
Sing or your supper, Poll.
Coarse,
burnt,
and most delicious meal of my life.
I built a bower,
so that I fancied now,
I was Lord of the whole manor.
I had my country house,
and my seacoast house too.
I perfected myself in all tasks.
And was forced to learn new ones.
In short,
I learned to master everything in my island except myself.
Sometimes in the midst of my work,
the anguish of my soul and my loneliness
I would break out upon me like a storm.
Escape.
No matter the dangers,
I must do something
to escape this tomb,
this prison.
My heart died within me.
Alone.
Alone.
Forever alone.
I was a prisoner,
locked up by the eternal bars and bolts of the ocean.
Days became weeks,
weeks became months,
months became years.
I quite gave up looking to see for ships,
in time my linen clothes rotted,
my cats all ran wild.
My faithful dog weaken by age
could no longer keep up with the hunt
he so dearly loved.
Rex.
Rex.
Whats wrong?
Rex.
Come on boy.
Eat Rex eat.
P Rx
P
Would you like a tasty?
A dove?
A pigeons egg?
Now you just wait there or me.
Here Rex, here Rex
Now truly alone,
starved for the sound of another voice,
any voice.
I would rush to the valley of my echo.
The Lord is my shepherd
I shalt not want,
He makes me to lie down in green pastures,
he leads me
besides still waters,
he restores my soul,
my soul!
Dreadful fantasies possess my mind.
I fought to save my sanity.
LI I G pas s
He leads me besides still waters,
he restores my soul.
Green pastures.
Green pastures.
The scriptures came meaningless to my eyes.
The world seemed but a whirling ball.
Its oceans and continents,
a green scum,
and myself.
With no purpose.
And no meaning.
Help!
Help!
Help, help!
Had anyone in England met such an odd creature
as I was in my 18th year of solitude
it must either have frightened them
or cause a great deal of laughter.
Ah, my little riends.
S
I dont know what to call you
but you are my little riends arent you?
A
Eh?
Just you wait there in your homes and I will eed you.
G, a'
s
Heres a morsel or you?
Eh.
There.
Go on, get him.
Get him!
Well, good bye.
Good bye.
Condemned, to all those years of loneliness,
now trembling in the apprehension
of seeing another human.
How mad men are possessed by fear.
I even scattered my 10 cattle
so it won't betray my presence.
Hello Robin, hello.
Shh, shh, shh, quiet.
Men eaters.
From that very land
I had once thought to sail to.
I bolted horrified
all that night I observed the cannibals
at their ghastly entertainment.
They left on the morning tide.
But how soon a tide would bring them back?
How many times have they come and gone?
While I unknowing,
was on my side of the island.
I was in a murdering humor,
I even thought to lure them into my castle
and from the ambush,
slaughter 20 or 30, of the naked wretches.
I knew no peace for months and months.
A 100 times,
I was just about to let fly at them in my sleep.
I contrived what I called my bomb.
Now I had my bomb.
I had a vision.
I imagined how easy I might set a trap,
and these monsters might be destroyed.
After passion, hatred.
I realized I had no heaven sent right
to be judge and executor, on these people
who had done me no injury.
I would leave them to God's justice.
I would not interfere with them
unless they attack me first.
I moved about my island
with the greatest of caution,
never knowing when their attack might come.
They had 2 victims.
While they strung one up for slaughter,
I saw that the second tried to make his escape.
Here, here.
No, no, no, no.
Here, here, here.
Up, up, up now.
Up, up, I shall not harm you.
Here, up, up.
Here, up, up.
Him, him, you.
Underground, underground.
Out o sight, come on.
Him, him.
Him.
Him, under.
A
Up, up, up, up.
What is your name?
What is your name?
A
Name?
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Come here.
Come here.
Come here!
, F la
F la, F la
F riday.
No!
Friday.
Fri day.
As
as-
as-
Friday, Master, riends.
F riends.
Friends!
Eat.
Eat!
No, no eat man, wrong.
Friday, this good, eat.
I dare not sleep.
If the cannibals fail to come for me before morning,
he might.
The cannibals had departed,
fortunately for me.
Without so much as a search
for their missing companions.
I would not let him handle any weapon.
I used my musket
to ensure his continued fear and respect of me.
I put a strong door to my cave
so he could not take me unaware at night.
How reassuring it was
to see him eat the flesh of animals,
knowing the only source
for that other meat he so relished
would be myself.
Asl
Someday, i you are good,
III teach you to smoke.
How pleasant it was,
once more to have a servant.
Friday, what is this?
Llk
And this?
BBa
No Friday, use the ork.
Friday, whats this?
Pla
This Friday?
A
Good Friday, very good!
What do you see?
Inside, black line.
It is your land.
Al
Inside?
No, there!
BB, I Is, I appas a
Theres your nation,
your people.
Oh happy, there see my nation, my people.
Why do you always come here, to this island?
God says, only good place ater kill here.
And you would like to go back to your nation?
S, s
Llk g ak F la
Friday happy go there see my people.
I understand.
Suppose a whole lot of his countrymen
were to visit the island.
Would he not, forgetting all obligation to me.
Either return with them to his native country
or worse still,
lead them to plunder my precious possessions.
And even join in a feast upon myself.
Friday!
Why are you here Friday,
what do you want?
Smoke.
Good or Master,
Good or Friday.
Go.
I you want something again, ask me, irst.
Had he truly remembered my promise that he might smoke?
No,
I could not trust him through another night.
Go to bed now.
Not inished work.
Do you hear me, go to bed!
So long ago,
I had intended these for slaves.
Sit up!
Give me your ankles.
Igs
Why you tie Friday?
I am your Master,
I shall do as pleases me.
Is
Now at least, I can sleep.
Take o quickly.
Friday oot hurts.
A I
Did you not tell me the other day you wanted to go away,
go back to your own nation?
That you wanted to go to your people.
Sl
Go with you, only with you.
Well, they would kill me.
I tell you save lie.
I
Theyd still kill me.
No, no kill.
Ppl F la
Friday love Master always.
Friday, sit down.
I I cannot hold you here by choice,
perhaps it would be better i you go back.
Ak, klll F lal
What must I kill you or?
Take.
Klll F la
No send Friday away.
Friday.
Friday.
Forgive me, Friday orgive me.
I want you to be my riend.
I will never leave you.
I you want to go, do so.
Friday, over there!
Wild pig!
How wrong I had been.
Friday was as loyal a friend
as any man could want.
With his many different skills
he enriched my life on the island.
We had found that the two working together
could do much more than the two working separately.
Friday, you like?
K a I Is
BBa II
BBa II ps G
BB sal II
Huh?
No, no you would not understand, Friday.
Will Master give Friday 1, 2, 3?
Ak all,
amuse yoursel.
I you get tired o them,
throw them into the sea.
As
Lk a F la
BBa II a a
Take that o.
These were the happiest years of all
the years I had in my island.
Sit down Friday.
Sa F la
The devil is Gods enemy in the hearts o men.
He uses all his malice and skill
to destroy the kingdom o Christ.
BB as sa G Is s sg s g a
is God not much strong than devil?
Yes, yes Friday,
God is stronger than the devil.
Hes above the devil,
thereore we pray to God.
BB I G Is sg a II,
why God no kill devil,
so make him no more wicked.
Whats that Friday?
I God the most strong,
why he no kill devil.
Well you see Friday
without the devil,
there would be no temptation and no sin.
The devil must be there
or us to have a chance to choose sin or resist it.
Is God let devil tempt us?
S
Then, why God mad when sin?
Huh, ha, ha, ha.
Sa, ' Pll
Friday cant get these things into his head.
Sa, '
28 years on the island.
The desire to escape
still burns within me.
And now counting on Friday's skill and knowledge,
I contemplated the manufacture of a craft
Large enough to carry us to the Spanish country
which Friday told me lay to the north.
We devoted weeks to selecting a proper tree,
this would be my last chance
to see my native England before I died.
Where did he come rom?
There.
BB g slg,
there must be others.
As
shh, Look!
Come on!
Now, rehearsal or the last time.
There they are,
here we are behind the trees.
Now, well see.
BB
BB
BB
BB
No, no, no, tinder, tinder.
There!
White man like Master.
Friends?
Shh!
Come on!
I
Tie them to those trees.
Well come back or you,
when we have water or the ship.
White men eat prisoners too?
Eat them no, Friday.
BB, sl
I
Rope Master, the rope!
In spite o my appearance,
lm not something that lives in trees,
lm a man.
Captain Oberzo.
Now we can talk.
BB I spak
Who are you?
Where have you come rom?
What is your case?
Tell me.
I, sl
Engineered by my mate,
aided by those you saw him lead ashore.
S, a s s aa a lal
lts the mutineers who control the irearms, sir.
And your ship?
As ine as ever bore sail, beyond the ree,
waiting only or the next tide.
They anchored here to take on water and abandon us
when they surprised and killed the savages.
Fernandez!
Should they return to the ship we are lost!
I we prevent their return,
you think it possible, armed, o course,
to reassert your command?
Nothing could prevent me.
On 2 conditions then.
Agreed!
First, while you are upon this island
you will be governed by my orders
Accepted, second.
I we recover your ship,
you will carry me and my man,
to England, passage ree.
Or your home in China, India,
three times around the world!
Ha, ha, ha, ha.
Fernandez!
Fernandez!
A
s, la I
Fernandez!
Theyre going to escape!
Unless lve orgotten the ways o civilization Captain,
They will not be putting back yet.
Hey!
Whats that?
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
Klll II
III cut his throat!
Wait!
Gold!
Where did you ind this?
There?
L's g I, ak asl
Which way?
Come on!
, ak a lkl
Nobody here.
Over we go!
Over here!
Drop arms!
In the name o the governor o this island,
drop your arms!
Drop arms, or I blow your head o!
No, was I that young?
As
The boat arrived,
the Captain is waiting.
Thank you, Friday.
I didnt expect it yet.
The proo o the pudding,
so the people cannot say that Crusoes mad.
These are presents or our riends outside.
A Capal
to punish us harshly or our sins,
did you not, Governor?
Nothing o the sort,
I asked the Captain to grant your request to remain here,
rather than return to the gallows.
Sa III,
but youll live to regret your sacrilegious waste.
Well I have here instructions or you,
time o planting,
care o livestock,
places o concealment o weapons and powder.
Inormation, also, as to the savages
who do, on occasion,
visit this place.
Whether or not you learn the lessons I have learned
and survive I cannot oresee.
BB a slg I,
I or years did not have,
Something or which I wept,
For which my soul shriveled and starved!
'Ll a s kl,
'll a pals,
a a
a s ps a I,
it should cost you an hour o painul work,
by then we shall have set sail.
From what you saw today Friday,
are you not a little araid
o coming back with me to civilization?
I Master is not,
Friday is not.
And thus, I let the island
ater I had been on it
Eight and twenty years, two months and Nineteen days.
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