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Fri Mar 21 17:13:48 2014 UTClccn-n790168860.25The journal of a voyage to Lisbon0.450.79The tragedy of tragedies; or, The life and death of Tom Thumb the Great61545697Henry_Fieldingn 79016886250765Drawcansir, Alexander.Drawcansir Alexander 1707-1754Drawcansir, Alexander 1707-1754 PseudonymDrawcansir, Alexander, Sir, 1707-1754Fielding.Fielding, ... 1707-1754Fielding, Enrique.Fielding, Enrique, 1707-1754Fielding, H. (Henry), 1707-1754Fielding, HarryFielding Harry 1707-1754Fielding, Heinrich 1707-1754Fielding, HenriFielding, Henri, 1707-1754Fielding, HenryFielding, Henryk.Filʹding, GenriFilʹding, Genri, 1707-1754Filding, HenriFilding, Henri, 1707-1754Fīldings, Henrijs, 1707-1754Gualterus, Petrus.Gualterus, Petrus, 1707-1754Gulliver, Lemuel.Gulliver, Lemuel, 1707-1754Henry FieldingKeyber, Conny.Keyber, Conny, 1707-1754Keyber, Conny 1707-1754 PseudonymPetrus GualterusPetrus Gualterus, 1707-1754Scriblerus Secundus.Scriblerus Secundus, 1707-1754Scriblerus Secundus 1707-1754 PseudonymScriblerus Secundus, H.Scriblerus Secundus H. 1707-1754Secundus, H. ScriblerusSecundus H. Scriblerus 1707-1754Trottplaid, John.Trottplaid, John, 1707-1754Vinegar, Hercules.Vinegar, Hercules, 1707-1754Vinegar, Hercules 1707-1754 PseudonymVinegor, Hercules 1707-1754 PseudonymФилдинг, Генри, 1707-1754Фильдинг, Генри, 1707-1754פילדינג, הנריפילדינג, הנרי, 1707־1754فيلدنغ، هنري، 1707-1754هنري فيلدنج، 1707-1754フィールディング, ヘンリーlccn-n82000885Battestin, Martin C.othauicwtedtlccn-n80037044Richardson, Samuel1689-1761antlccn-n79053974Defoe, Daniel1661?-1731lccn-n50054040Rawson, Claude Julienauicomedtlccn-n50019233Wild, Jonathan1682?-1725lccn-n50020796Watt, Ian P.viaf-194703456Paulson, Ronaldedtlccn-n79017043Bowers, Fredsonedtlccn-n79055621Paulson, Ronaldcomlccn-n79043851Molière1622-1673antFielding, Henry1707-1754FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryDiariesDomestic fictionBiographyParodies, imitations, etcControversial literatureSatirePicaresque literatureFielding, Henry,EnglandYoung menFoundlingsIdentity (Psychology)English fictionHousehold employeesMale friendshipManners and customsSocial classesClergyCriticism and interpretationAuthors, EnglishEnglish dramaPamela (Richardson, Samuel)Richardson, Samuel,Defoe, Daniel,Married womenDidactic fiction, EnglishTobaccoPsychological fiction, EnglishEthics in literaturePsychology in literaturePsychologyAuthors, English--BiographyLiterature and moralsFreud, Sigmund,Comic, The, in literatureComic, TheKierkegaard, Søren,English drama (Comedy)PrefacesShort stories, EnglishFiction--TechniqueParanormal fictionLibertinism in literatureIllegitimacyOcean travelJones, TomRealism in literaturePrologues and epiloguesLiterature and historyDon Quixote (Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de)English literatureGreat BritainCervantes Saavedra, Miguel de,England--LondonJohnson, Samuel,Humorous stories, EnglishLibertinism170717541720172217251728172917301731173217331734173517361737173817391740174117421743174417451746174717481749175017511752175317541755175617571758175917601761176217631764176517661767176817691770177117721773177417751776177717781779178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318141815181618171818181918201821182218231824182518261827182818291830183118321833183418351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184718481849185018511852185318551856185718591861186218641866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013200079424115616823.5PR3454ocn508356635ocn643152464ocn040817380ocn489752109ocn728268744ocn810501566ocn001430891ocn015733510ocn029073004ocn023619421ocn833482047ocn833482022ocn468623437ocn020482594ocn863445713ocn800834818ocn676514254ocn468655594ocn468655584ocn468655588ocn447207706ocn781408169ocn799671743ocn764449165ocn676637295ocn187126601ocn186674459ocn691952640ocn470151441ocn470156892ocn470161008ocn470161840ocn470161707ocn470351924ocn461199372ocn441117546ocn438924853ocn439172175ocn456028525ocn073654439ocn073730139ocn722407716ocn072218055ocn811542873ocn811546998ocn833113426ocn833113434ocn457967575ocn469270192ocn712596900ocn035103533ocn257966980Authors, English199311189ocn044954244book17490.31Fielding, HenryThe history of Tom Jones, a foundlingJuvenile worksBibliographyFictionChronologyDomestic fictionHumorous storiesPicaresque literatureFielding's classic novel chronicles the adventures of Tom Jones, who was abandoned as an infant and grows into a lusty, imprudent young man. Promising to mend his ways, Tom competes with an abusive rival for the affections of a wealthy squire's daughter, and eventually learns the truth about his identity+-+88076902263246270512ocn000355404book17420.53Fielding, HenryThe history of the adventures of Joseph Andrews and of his friend Mr. Abraham Adams, written in imitation of the manner of Cervantes, author of Don QuixoteJuvenile worksBiographyFictionParodies, imitations, etcBegun as a parody of Richardson's moralistic and sentimental novel Pamela, Joseph Andrews grew under Fielding's hand into a satirical fiction in its own right. In the story, the virtuous hero is overshadowed by the rumbustious figure of Parson Adams+-+K8988374654106273ocn679690148book17510.47Fielding, HenryAmeliaHistoryFictionDidactic fictionDomestic fictionWith its combination of satire and sentiment, its focus on the seedy side of London life, and its unexpected shifts in tone, Amelia has intrigued and disturbed readers since its first publication. Eagerly awaited by Henry Fielding's eighteenth-century readers of Tom Jones, the novel perplexed many of them. Amelia counters the traditional courtship plot of eighteenth-century novels with its convincing portrayal of a marriage between an errant husband and his wife, and is ahead of its time in its depiction of the alienation of modern city life+-+77636902263243000197ocn000824582book18230.35Fielding, HenryJoseph AndrewsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionSatire"Joseph, a footman in eighteenth-century England, must protect his virtue from the advances of several women, including Lady Booby, and Betty, a chambermaid." *** "With 'Shamala, ' published in 1741, Fielding set about exposing by brilliant parody the more vulnerable aspects of Samuel Richardson's phenomenally successful 'Pamela.' In the following year he offered, quite deliberately, his own alternative conception of art and purpose of the novel: 'Joseph Andrews' achieved immediate popularity. The story of Joseph's dogged determination, against all odds, cling to his virtue is almost incidental in one of the richest, sanest, funniest and most attractive novels in the language. Drawn, as Fielding says, in imitation of Cervantes, its Don Quixote is the unforgettable Parson Adams -- the unique embodiement of a vigorous, innocent and rational enjoyment of life and the first great comic character in fiction."+-+39668959653242103177ocn083525177file17300.76MolièreThe mock doctor or, the dumb lady cur'd. A comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By his Majesty's servants. Done from Moliere. With songs in each actMusical settings1959132ocn048139374file17380.28Fielding, HenryTom JonesCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionTom Jones (1749) is rightly regarded as Fielding's greatest work, and one of the first and most influential of English novels. At the center of one of the most ingenious plots in English fiction stands a hero whose actions were, in 1749, as shocking as they are funny today. This carefully modernized edition is based on Fielding's emended fourth edition text and offers the most thorough Notes, Maps, and Bibliography+-+37482803053241868165ocn507997253file17420.70Fielding, HenryThe history of the adventures of Joseph Andrews, and of his friend Mr. Abraham Adams. Written in imitation of the manner of cervantes, author of Don Quixote. In two volumesFictionParodies, imitations, etc181871ocn044961551file17430.31Fielding, HenryA journey from this world to the nextDiariesMiscellaneaA powerful yet playful narrative, in which Fielding anatomizes contemporary follies with his customary vigor. Using the form of a journey through the underworld, he satirizes all claims to historical and political greatness+-+29028990061629147ocn001499544book17310.79Fielding, HenryThe tragedy of tragedies; or, The life and death of Tom Thumb the Great+-+78103646961612196ocn000408141book17620.76Johnson, SamuelThe works of Samuel JohnsonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyControversial literatureThis collection was designed for optimal navigation on Kindle and other electronic devices. All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents and footnotes. The collection is complimented by an author biography. Table of ContentsThe Adventurer and Idler 1753-54; 1758-60A Grammar of the English TongueA Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland 1775Lives of the English Poets: Prior, Congreve, Blackmore, Pope 1779-81Lives of the English Poets: Waller, Milton, Cowley 1779-81Lives of the Poets: Addison, Savage, Swift 1779-81Lives of the Poets: Gay, Thomson, Young, Gray etc152738ocn000406213book19610.35Fielding, HenryJoseph Andrews and ShamelaFictionContains two novels by Henry Fielding, including "Joseph Andrews," the story of a footman in eighteenth-century English who must protect his virtue from the advances of several women; and "Shamela," a parody of Samuel Richardson's novel of a servant girl whose virtuous behavior is rewarded with marriage+-+45060504851389122ocn083423858file17490.70Fielding, HenryThe history of Tom Jones a foundling. By Henry Fielding, Esq; In four volumes.134788ocn083340733file17330.76Fielding, HenryThe miser A comedy. Taken from Plautus and Moliere. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. By Henry Fielding, Esq1282112ocn083316938file17350.76Fielding, HenryAn old man taught wisdom or, the virgin unmask'd. A farce. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants. By Henry Fielding, Esq; With the musick prefix'd to each songHumor+-+6011564696126667ocn000734212book17410.66Fielding, HenryAn apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela AndrewsParodies, imitations, etc11633ocn049295252file19970.25Fielding, HenryThe works of Henry Fielding108995ocn186511405com17340.79Fielding, HenryDon Quixote in England A comedy. As it is acted at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market. By Henry Fielding, Esq1030176ocn007215002book17920.53Fielding, HenryThe adventures of Joseph AndrewsFictionJoseph Andrews, fired by his employer, Lady Booby, for refusing her advances, sets out from London to visit his sweetheart, Fanny, in the company of his friend, Parson Abraham Adams. Fate in the form of a mugging, a kidnapping, and a revelation about parentage seems to be against them, but the odyssey ends happily with a wedding+-+381727606632499566ocn083487585file17320.76Fielding, HenryThe lottery. A farce As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. With the musick prefix'd to each song96014ocn001516724book19090.27Eliot, Charles WilliamPrefaces and prologues to famous books, with introductions, notes and illustrationsCriticism, interpretation, etc251434ocn000170736book19570.39Watt, IanThe rise of the novel; studies in Defoe, Richardson, and FieldingCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7368655705237474ocn002497815book18790.50Dobson, AustinFieldingCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis biography of Henry Fielding (1707 1754), part of the authoritative English Men of Letters series, is an invaluable resource for students of literature. Fielding, renowned for his satirical skills and bawdy humor, is best known for his rambunctious novel Tom Jones (1749), although The Adventures of Joseph Andrews (1742) marked his debut as a serious novelist+-+615809566632423435ocn000355071book19620.28Paulson, RonaldFielding; a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcHenry Fielding--satirist, moralist, comic genius--shares with Richardson his position as the major force in the development of the English novel. Thirteen essays probe his style, technique, and viewpoint19742ocn044961831file19660.37Golden, MorrisFielding's moral psychologyCriticism, interpretation, etc14366ocn055002854com20000.39Battestin, Martin CA Henry Fielding companionCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliographyHandbooks, manuals, etcProvides information on the life and works of Henry Fielding. Covers such topics as Fielding's residences; his family members and household; historical persons, including authors who influenced him; his works; themes and topics important to his writings; and characters in his plays and prose fiction+-+349885868514309ocn000355193book19640.50Sacks, SheldonFiction and the shape of belief; a study of Henry Fielding, with glances at Swift, Johnson, and RichardsonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc13843ocn044958734com19850.47Simon, Richard KellerThe labyrinth of the comic theory and practice from Fielding to FreudCriticism, interpretation, etc12834ocn044961521file19960.25Fielding, HenryThe journal of a voyage to LisbonHistoryBiographyDiariesIn 1754 Fielding, suffering from a serious illness, was winched aboard a ship bound for Lisbon. This book is Fielding's journal of that journey, revealing his awareness of his illness and completed only a few weeks before his death+-+4239895965126012ocn000254602book19180.56Cross, Wilbur LThe history of Henry FieldingBiography125011ocn000187075book19640.53Wright, AndrewHenry Fielding, mask and feastCriticism, interpretation, etc12144ocn000442240book19680.39Alter, RobertFielding and the nature of the novelCriticism, interpretation, etc11814ocn020490252book19890.35Battestin, Martin CHenry Fielding : a lifeBiography11665ocn005990945book19790.35Rogers, PatHenry Fielding, a biographyBiography11653ocn181843858com19990.53Potter, TiffanyHonest sins Georgian libertinism and the plays and novels of Henry FieldingHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Tiffany Potter is the first author to make clear how English libertinism changed during the eighteenth century as the violent, hypersexualized Hobbesian libertine, typified by the Earl of Rochester, was tempered by England's cultures of sentiment and sensibility. The good-natured Georgian libertinism that emerged maintained the subversive social, religious, sexual, and philosophical tenets of the old libertinism, but misogynist brutality was replaced by freedom and autonomy for the individual, whether male or female. Libertinism encompasses issues of gender, sexuality, and literary and cultural history and thus provides a useful cultural context for a discussion of a number of critical approaches to Fielding's work, including feminism, queer theory, new historicism, and cultural studies."--BOOK JACKET+-+285360822511264ocn009575349book19830.33Dircks, Richard JHenry FieldingCriticism, interpretation, etcA survey of Fielding's life and plays and novels--Tom Jones, Joseph Andrews, Jonathan Wild, etc110813ocn000902061book19260.56Blanchard, Frederic TFielding, the novelist; a study in historical criticismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc10876ocn000355236book19610.50Johnson, MauriceFielding's art of fiction; eleven essays on Shamela, Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones, and Amelia10592ocn000045928book19690.50Paulson, RonaldHenry Fielding: the critical heritageCriticism, interpretation, etc10327ocn000268879book19250.53Digeon, AurélienThe novels of Fielding9703ocn000355235book19670.50Irwin, MichaelHenry Fielding: the tentative realistCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+8807690226324+-+8807690226324Fri Mar 21 15:16:25 EDT 2014batch243691