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A Father's Reasoning

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Excerpt from The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe, 1719
The novel is a realistic fiction novel about a man who is lost on an island after a shipwreck.

Based on the passage, one can infer that the father

A

is fearful that his son will die like his older brother should he go on his adventure.

B

is willing to pay and support his son financially throughout his son's entire life regardless of his son's choice.

C

loves his son, but wants to control his life to make sure the right decisions are made.

D

is upset that his son does not intend to follow in his own footsteps.