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Defoe

Daniel. ?1660--1731, English novelist, journalist, spymaster, and pamphleteer, noted particularly for his novel Robinson Crusoe (1719). His other novels include Moll Flanders (1722) and A Journal of the Plague Year (1722)
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Defoe draws attention to doubleness, disintegration, and performativity.
Defoe attracted a number of bets throughout the year for the prestigious BBC award, but was not named as one of the 12 nominees in the announcement made on Monday.
Kane was just a teenager in Tottenham's junior ranks when Defoe was the club's star striker.
As a forward, you have got to be scoring goals to get into the squad," Defoe, 35, told Sky Sports.
But the Cherries boss then sent on Ibe and the 21-year-old played in Andrew Surman for the equaliser, and Defoe for the match-winner.
Defoe had a clause in his contract which allowed him to leave Sunderland on a free transfer if they were relegated, as was the case last season.
Defoe might be 33 but the Sunderland star is enjoying a purple patch - and is a firm favourite with new England boss Sam Allardyce.
Defoe - who turned his ankle and limped off five minutes after scoring - said: "I got that little bit of luck that you need for the goal and I was just delighted.
Scholars of literature present a variety of theoretical and critical approaches to the life and works of British novelist Defoe (1660-1731), explore previously unexamined aspects of his work, and interrogate standard interpretations of his texts.
The north London club currently have four strikers on their books but there is a growing belief that both Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor will be forced out of White Hart Lane when the transfer window opens in the new year.
At 30, Defoe is nine years younger than Giggs, who has just signed a new contract at Manchester United that will take him beyond his 40th birthday.
According to the Sun, when Defoe, 30, returned he allegedly ordered the cousins to get his belongings back.