Adventures of Philip Quarll

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An adventure story originally published as The Hermit (1727) by ‘Edward Dorrington’, but generally attributed to Peter Longueville, though some authorities ascribe it to Alexander Bicknell. A derivative of Robinson Crusoe, it describes Quarll's fifty years of solitude and suffering on a South Sea Island.

Subjects: Literature.

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