DVD Bookshelf - Robinson Crusoe DVD Features
Considered by many to be the first English novel, Daniel Defoe's 1719 tale of a shipwrecked sailor explores the morals and beliefs of the era, ranging from religion and slavery, to nationalism and imperialism.
Robinson Crusoe, an English sailor, is forced to live alone on a deserted island after the rest of his shipmates drown in a terrible wreck. With no hope of rescue, he survives on the island for 28 years by making use of the animals and resources he finds on the land. However, the life he makes for himself becomes threatened when he discovers another footprint in the sand.
Robinson Crusoe, written by Daniel DeFoe, includes dramatized narration by award winning narrator Dick Hill, with on screen displays of the text so your children, friends and family can read along, or simply listen. Over 90 Illustrations from Frank Godwin, Walter Paget and N.C. Wyeth enhance the visual presentation.
Source: Ryko Distribution
Full Frame - 1.33
Widescreen - 1.78
Dolby Digital 2.0 - English
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Additional Audio Material:
1. MP3 Novel AudioBook
2. Comprehensive MP3 Instructions