Charles Edward Carryl

(30 December 1841 – 3 July 1920 / New York City, New York)

Robinson Crusoe's Story - Poem by Charles Edward Carryl

THE night was thick and hazy
When the 'Piccadilly Daisy'
Carried down the crew and captain in the sea;
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Comments about Robinson Crusoe's Story by Charles Edward Carryl

  • Susan Williams Susan Williams (1/24/2016 3:22:00 PM)

    Robinson Crusoe through the eyes of a happy soul! (Report) Reply

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  • Susan Williams Susan Williams (1/24/2016 3:20:00 PM)

    Robinson Crusoe through the eyes of a happy soul! If this poet was in reality shipwrecked, I suspect that this would be the kind of life he would live. Amusing and delightful write for children of all ages! (Report) Reply

  • Ratnakar Mandlik (1/24/2016 2:39:00 AM)

    Amazing write. Amusing and entertaining too. Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

  • Wes Vogler Wes Vogler (11/7/2015 9:58:00 PM)

    What a crock is this Suparna Koley. Carryl was bright and whimsical, something for which Koley does not allow.
    He had a good time writing a funny poem with nothing in it concerning hidden meanings. He was amusing his audience and did just exactly that. Koley, hush up. You are making a fool of yourself. Perhaps if you had said I think what he meant was... then that is your opinion and might be acceptable. But do not deign to state facts of which you cannot be sure. (Report) Reply

  • Suparna Koley (8/1/2013 4:32:00 AM)

    To the fact...scholars-he meant the development he had was progressing his knowledge gradually through the hardships and innovative way to overcome it.He has become one of the most important scholars in the island where he was exiled and found out the ways to protect him. I t was his wisdom, the knowledge and the urge to explore more for the crisis moments. But he mentioned all the scholars, that means he wanted to mean those ACCOMPANY proved their intellegence and its practise instead of their blunt animality. They became expert of self development with different skill and activities.

    are correct about their collars-here he wanted to mean the behavior and intelligence are gradually rectified by themselves with a method of try and error.As Crusoe was very close to the animals accompanied him in the island, the collars being the behaviours and module of works were being changed by the situation and conditioned thrusted upon them.Their collars meant the behaviours of animals mentioned in the previous stanza were being unveiled to him.

    and particular turning out their toes- meant The way they wanted to prove his work . He pointed out the activities of scholars and their tool to share time and experience a midst the strong tide of lonely island where each and every corner was unknown to them.. Robinson Crusoe tried to know particular their worthiness of knowledge.

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