Henry Fielding

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Noun1.Henry Fielding - English novelist and dramatist (1707-1754)Henry Fielding - English novelist and dramatist (1707-1754)
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But the delivery of the evening post broke in upon the periods of Henry Fielding, and Katharine found that her letters needed all her attention.
Henry Fielding, of the graceful and fantastic Monsieur Crebillon the younger, whom our immortal poet Gray so much admired, and of the universal Monsieur de Voltaire.
The second quarter of the century was largely given over to farces and burlesques, which absorbed the early literary activity of the novelist Henry Fielding, until their attacks on Walpole's government led to a severe licensing act, which suppressed them.
He uses examples by Anne Finch, Countess of Winchelsea, William Wordsworth, Jean Toomer, Henry Fielding, Jean-Michel Gustave Le Clezio, J.
Alternatively, Henry Fielding denotes the second, where, in Stern's words, "the author is a principle of multiplication, notmerely recycling the resources in the literary commons but expanding their range" (22-23).
His fellow novelist, Henry Fielding, the author of Joseph Andrews, ridiculed him and wrote the parody, Shamela.
Approaches to Teaching the Novels of Henry Fielding
Power doesn't mention the influence of Heliodorus on late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century fiction writers like Aphra Behn and Charles Gildon, through whom the influence of ancient prose on Henry Fielding must necessarily have been filtered.
Few eighteenth-century writers appear as resolutely opposed to experimental science as Henry Fielding.
Joseph Andrews by Henry Fielding (1742) A brilliant comic parody.
He later became known by his stage name Tom Jones, which was given to him by his long-time manager Gordon Mills because Jones was Tom's mother's maiden name - also after the novel by Henry Fielding.
History Of Tom Jones by Henry Fielding (1749) - 1,700 pounds