Robinson Crusoe

Was Robinson Crusoe a happy man?

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I wouldn't say Robinson Crusoe is necessarily happy.... he is content, and in many ways, he is fulfilled by his accomplishments. None-the-less, in my opinion, happy and content are two different things. The dictionary, however, would disagree, as happy is defined as "feeling or showing pleasure or contentment". If so.... yes, Crusoe was happy. What do you think?

Name Any five things Robinson cruse brought back front the ship

Obviously no. Because he left his own family for the sake of his happiness. And he could not be happy. Because he had many sorrows and sufferings which he had to bore after the heavy storm took place in his voyage.