Tarzana, CA: Barbara J. Raheb, 1980. 32 pp. Approximately 5/8 x 15/16". LIMITED EDITION of 300 copies, this being #116. Green pyroxylin cover with gilt titles and decorations on spine and cover, frontis, illustrated, signed on the colophon, in fine condition. (Bradbury, Raheb 210)
Daniel Defoe (c. 1660 - 1731), was an English writer trader, journalist, and spy. When this story was first published in 1719, Defoe credited authorship to Crusoe in the first edition, leading people to believe he was a real person who was stranded on a desert island.