A modern-day Crusoe will find not just one footprint in his island's sand.
"That is scarcely the point," replied the Crusoe on the rock.
And Crusoe, when he got tired of wearing clothes and being respectable.
This latter name, he explains, became corrupted in the common English speech into Crusoe.
This is comparatively a trifle; but Crusoe himself is all but impossible.
There are savages on it, and they are not tame savages either, like Crusoe's man Friday, but decidedly savage savages.
No such delight had touched me since the old days of Crusoe.
Physical and mental effort are demanded at every step, from Crusoe and from the children.
It isn't every day in your life you can come and have a blow-out on Crusoe Island.
A Crusoe does not need to measure values for purposes of exchange, but he has other reasons for measuring them.