Instead of reading everything first and then writing, begin writing soon. Yes, you definitely need to learn a lot about the topic but your research will go on forever if you don’t stop midway and first write what you have accumulated so far. Writing is not just summarising what you have read so far but also a part of the analysis procedure which then makes you question what you’ve been reading so far, thus improving the scope of your research. Unless you begin to write early on, your work is likely to be of a poor quality due to lack of time.
c) The final stage of this process of gradual moral and spiritual re-awakening culminates in the episode his illness and dream after the earthquake. For the first time, Crusoe recognizes that he is the doer of all his misfortunes, and realizes that he is responsible of all his wrongdoings for has neither asked God for help when he is in danger, nor thanked Him when he is rescued. With this admission of guilt, Crusoe moves quickly in the road of moral and spiritual recovery. Thus he sincerely prays to God for help for the first time. After that, he feels not only physical but also spiritual ease and comfort. As he triumphs over the cannibals, saves Friday and the captain of the ship and his crew, and finally saves himself, he reaches complete satisfaction.