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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.

What is the primary purpose to paragraph six (lines 71-90)?


To establish how the narrator received unsound advice from his father about wanting to earn his own living.


To show how Robinson Crusoe's father attempted to dissuade the narrator from making a poor choice as he already had a good life.


To further emphasize his father's frustrations with his son choosing a life of poverty over a life of wealth.


To indicate the strained relationship between the narrator and the father.

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