Robinsons Crusoe

Read Robinson Crusoe and answer question below. Do not uncle outside sources only the text.
QUESTION>>>>>> (Robinson Crusoe’s father advises his son not to move from the “middle state, or what might be called the upper station of low life, which he had found, by long experience, was the best state in the world.” He then warns Crusoe that if he does, “God would not bless [him].” Consider Crusoe’s development and the end of the novel. What losses and gains–material, mental, characterological–does Crusoe experience as a result of his adventurism? Does Defoe’s narrative suggest that remaining in the middle state is best? Can Crusoe be regarded as blessed by the time the Novel concludes. )