Robinson Crusoe

What was Robinson Crusoe's father's concerned about regarding Robinson's furture?

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Robinson's father is convinced his son needs to pursue an occupation at home and has set the wheel in motion for his son to study law. He does not believe that his son can make himself a happy life at sea. Crusoe's father notes that either very rich men, or men in need of money go to sea..... and that his son is neither.

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