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'''Alexander Selkirk''', born '''Alexander Selcraig''', ([[1676]]–[[13 December]] [[1721]]) was a [[Scotland|Scottish]] sailor who spent four years as a [[castaway]] on an uninhabited island; it is probable that his travails provided the inspiration for [[Daniel Defoe|Defoe's]] ''[[Robinson Crusoe]]''. '''Alexander Selkirk''', born '''Alexander Selcraig''', ([[1676]]–[[13 December]] [[1721]]) was a [[Scotland|Scottish]] sailor who spent four years as a [[castaway]] on an uninhabited island; it is probable that his travails provided the inspiration for [[Daniel Defoe|Defoe's]] ''[[Robinson Crusoe]]''.
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Alexander Selkirk, born Alexander Selcraig, (167613 December 1721) was a Scottish sailor who spent four years as a castaway on an uninhabited island; it is probable that his travails provided the inspiration for Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.



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