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Fielding; a collection of critical essays.

Author: Ronald Paulson
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1962]
Series: A Spectrum book, S-TC-9; Twentieth century views.
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Henry 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 viewpoint.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Paulson, Ronald.
Fielding.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1962]
(OCoLC)644026300
Named Person: Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Paulson
OCLC Number: 355071
Description: 186 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Ronald Paulson --
Fielding's irony : its method and effects / A.R. Humphreys --
Fielding's early aesthetic and technique / Winfield H. Rogers --
Shamela / Ian Watt --
Joseph Andrews and Pamela / Maynard Mack --
Comic resolution in Fielding's Joseph Andrews / Mark Spilka --
Jonathan Wild / Aurélien Digeon --
Notes for a preface to Fielding's Tom Jones / André Gide --
Tom Jones / Arnold Kettle --
Fielding's "sexual ethic" in Tom Jones / John Middleton Murray --
Tom Jones and Clarissa / Ian Watt --
Tom Jones / William Empson --
Fielding's Amelia : an interpretation / George Sherburn --
Fielding and "conservation of character" / John S. Coolidge.
Series Title: A Spectrum book, S-TC-9; Twentieth century views.

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Henry 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 viewpoint.

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