Robinson Crusoe

what is Crusoe's changing attitude toward his solitary existence on the island

it is on my study packet and the question is going to be found somewhere in the chapters of 7-9

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Crusoe has been living a solitary experience full of reflection. That can get prety old though.I think we get a good idea in Ch. 7 when Crusow is imagining saving a savage and taking him captive for company, he "thought that upon saving the life of a captive or a savage himself, he might be able to make him his companion and obtain escape from the island. Only now does he realize how lonely he has been."