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Weidenfield and Nicolson. London, 2001 1st edition. The exploits of Scotsman Alexander Selkirk inspired author Daniel Defoe to write 'Robinson Crusoe'. As a privateer and notorious Pirate with co-conspirator William Dampier, Selkirk plundered ships off the South American Coast. In 1704 whilst pillaging French and Spanish ships the Selkirk's ship 'Cinque Ports' teredo navalis worms started dramatic deterioration of the ship. Rather than stay on board the mariner marooned himself on the uninhabited island of 'Juan Fernandez' where he remained alone till rescue in 1709. Pristine new condition. Splendid illustrations in colour and b&w. Illustrated dust jacket over two-tone red plasticised cloth covered end boards. 256pp 232 x 145mm