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Writacher, I didn't revise these questions. Though they can be improved, I can't see anything wrong with grammar.

1) Provide a description of Friday as given in Chapter 16 of Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe.
3) Outline the main features of 18th-century novels. Refer to the kind of narrator, then to the writer’s aim, the hero, time and place setting and finally to the role played by the reader.

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    The only changes I'd make are these:

    - add a comma after "setting" in the second sentence.

    - use "point of view" in place of "kind of narrator" if you are expecting the answer to include "first person" or "third person," etc.

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