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ROBINSON CRUSOE ISLAND BELONGS TO WHICH COUNTRY?
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[STC00973] If you’ve read Daniel Defoe’s novel Robinson Crusoe and found yourself imagining life on a remote island, you’re not the only one who did so. But don’t simply leave it up to your imagination; Robinson Crusoe Island is a place that actually exists in the world. The uninhabited island off the coast of Chile is the second biggest in the Juan Fernández Archipelago in the South Pacific. It is also known by the name Desert Island. Alexander Selkirk, a Scottish Royal Navy commander in real life, made his home on the island by mistake. This island is widely believed to have been the source of inspiration for Daniel Defoe’s novel. In the early 18th century, Selkirk was shipwrecked for four years on an island that at the time was uninhabited. During that time, he, like Robinson Crusoe, learned to live off the earth by hunting and farming the island’s resources. When the people who came to his rescue in 1709 arrived at the location, he assisted them by capturing goats to feed the people who were ill with scurvy. The captain of the ship referred to Selkirk as “the governor of the island” on more than one occasion. Despite the fact that Defoe located his fictional figure in the Caribbean, the survival story of Selkirk was ripe for fictionalization. In 1966, the government of Chile formally renamed the island to reflect the literary lore associated with the island.