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Part of book Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

created Oct 4th, 20:46 by Daria Sorokina



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The next thing to my ink being wasted was that of my bread-I mean the biscuit which I brought out of the ship; this I had husbanded to the last degree, allowing myself but one cake of bread a- day for above a year; and yet I was quite without bread for near a year before I got any corn of my own, and great reason I had to be thankful that I had any at all, the getting it being, as has been already observed, next to miraculous.

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