Read the following excerpt from Robinson Crusoe:
Then to see how like a king I dined too, all alone, attended by my servants! Poll, as if he had been my favourite, was the only person permitted to talk to me. My dog, who was now grown very old and crazy, and had found no species to multiply his kind upon, sat always at my right hand, and two cats, one on one side of the table, and one on the other, expecting now and then a bit from my hand, as a mark of special favour (132-33).
Which phrase from this passage most clearly shows Crusoe's preoccupation with mastery?