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Of course, his family is against it since they do not consider it a secure lifestyle choice, but although he initially follows their wishes, in the end, he cannot resist temptation and follows his passions. He joins a merchant ship that departs from London, and with the trip ending up financially successful, he decides to set off again.
However, the second trip is not as fortunate as the first one — in fact, it results in him being enslaved in North Africa. Thankfully, he manages to break free, along with one other slave boy and he sets sails down the African coast.
On this voyage, he meets a Portuguese captain that is kind enough to buy off the slave boy from him and to drop Crusoe off at Brazil. In Brazil, Crusoe soon becomes successful as a plantation owner. For further success, he needs more workforce, and so he embarks on an expedition to West Africa where he hopes to gather more slaves.
On this expedition, he is shipwrecked on an island he finds this out later , as the sole survivor of the whole crew. He, therefore, fathers food, powder, guns and whatever else he can find from the wrecks and seeks shelter for himself.
As the days pass by, he finds goats that he can eat the meat off and builds a cross with the date of his arrival inscribed on it. He also keeps a diary in which he notes all of his household activities and everyday events.
One day, he falls sick, and he hallucinates that an angel comes to see him, and gives him the advice to repent. Once he finds out that he is on an island, he starts calling himself a king and develops different sets of skills such as bread making, basket weaving, and pottery.
He also builds a small boat and rows around the island to explore it. As he does so, he is nearly swept away by the current. When he hears his pet parrot calling him, he is thankful to be on the island and be saved once again.