Here are some recent internet gleanings for enthusiasts of Daniel Defoe to explore:
- Stephen H. Gregg posts monthly on his Daniel Defoe Blog; most recently he wrote about what readers should call the character commonly known as “Roxana.”
- This Eighteenth-Century Fiction Tumblr post collected recent essays published in the journal’s pages on Robinson Crusoe.
- The online journal Digital Defoe is freely accessible to all readers. The most recent issue includes essays on marriage equality in Roxana, optics in Robinson Crusoe, and more.
- You can browse the Daniel Defoe Collection of Indiana University’s Lilly Library to see high-resolution images of a range of Defoe texts, including his political pamphlets, children’s editions of Robinson Crusoe, and his treatises on trade and finance.