Robinson Crusoé no Atlântico Sul

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https://doi.org/10.35699/2317-2096.2021.26178

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Robinson Crusoé, Daniel Defoe, romance inglês, tráfico negreiro , escravidão , colonialismo

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Este artigo explora o episódio brasileiro em Robinson Crusoe (1719), de Daniel Defoe. Argumenta-se que esse episódio não apenas desempenha um papel fundamental no enredo do romance, pois termina em desastre e no naufrágio de Crusoe, mas também tem importância histórica, uma vez que permite vislumbrar a natureza transnacional e transcontinental do tráfico negreiro no Atlântico Sul, envolvendo Portugal, Inglaterra e Brasil.

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2021-06-30

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Vasconcelos, S. G. . (2021). Robinson Crusoé no Atlântico Sul. Aletria: Revista De Estudos De Literatura, 31(2), 23–43. https://doi.org/10.35699/2317-2096.2021.26178

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Dossiê: “Robinson Crusoé”: Um percurso de três séculos