Shipwrecked : disaster and transformation in Homer, Shakespeare, Defoe, and the modern world /
"Four thousand years of shipwrecks in literature and film"--
Ann Arbor :
University of Michigan Press,
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- Shipwreck natives
- Shipwreck and identity in Homer's Odyssey
- Shipwreck and opportunity from Ancient Egypt to the modern Caribbean
- The struggle for power in Shakespeare's The Tempest
- Salvation, power, and freedom: Saint Paul, Caliban, and voyages in outer space
- Culture and spiritual rebirth in Defoe's Robinson Crusoe
- The struggle for survival in Philoctetes, Cast Away, and First on Mars
- Competing narratives in Walcott's Pantomime and Coetzee's Foe
- Conflict, the common good, and redemption in The Mysterious Land, Lord of the Flies, Lost, and Gilligan's Island
- Shipwreck and the selling of paradise.