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Category Archives: Crusoe

The Coming Storm

  Over at  Lawrence Auster’s View from the Right, in an interesting thread on whether traditionalists should withdraw to safe territory or fight it out at home, commenter Vivek G., in advocating the latter option, talks like a true Crusoe:  And we need to begin wherever we are. There can be informal co-operation amongst various traditionalist movements […]

Crusoe-ing

   You are far from civilization. It’s pointless to ask why or how you got here. Like Crusoe, you must survive. Perhaps you have a few fellow shipwrecks along with you, your family or chosen friends. If not, the island is yours alone. You rescued some supplies from the ship before it broke apart on […]

Crusoe, C’est Moi

    One of the greatest books ever written about homemaking – in the physical and metaphysical sense of the word – is The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. This is the strange and surprising story of making a home in a hostile world.