Although most famous for his novel, Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe was a prolific writer with opinions on a wide variety of subjects: religion, politics, trade, moral conduct, and more. This versatility, combined with his audacity, often got him into trouble with the law, and is no doubt what led to his recruitment as a government spy. This exhibition gives an overview of the many types of publications written by Defoe in his lifetime.
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