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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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The part of Applebee's Journal that, especially, Lee grew certain he could identify as Defoe's was certain of the 'Letters Introductory' or leading articles.
As Napier explains, Defoe's novels are typically retrospective, first-person accounts, in which an elderly character recounts and reflects on his or her life.
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.
Defoe's goalscoring exploits for former club Sunderland last campaign earned him a recall to Gareth Southgate's team in March and the veteran is hopeful that a repeat performance at Bournemouth this year can propel him to his second World Cup finals.
The adventure involved three elements that would have strongly interested readers of Defoe's time and continues to appeal to modern readers: money, potential violence, and sex.
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.
There were reports on Wednesday that the Cherries were getting cold feet on Defoe's wage demands.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 7 June 2017: Jermain Defoe the English striker confirmed his transfer to Bournemouth, the movement of Defoe writes a new chapter in the amazing carer of the English Forward.
JERMAIN DEFOE can cement an astonishing England recall with an eye-catching display against Middlesbrough on Wearside today.