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The journal of a voyage to Lisbon, Shamela, and occasional writings

Author: Henry Fielding; Martin C Battestin; Sheridan Warner Baker; Hugh Amory
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Clarendon Presas, 2008, ©2008.
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"This book completes the authoritative Wesleyan Edition of Fielding's nondramatic writings. It features two of Fielding's classic works; The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon written as he sailed to Portugal hoping, in vain, to recover his health; and Shamela, the parody of Richardson's Pamela that led to Joseph Andrews and the beginning of his career as novelist. The volume also includes every other work of Fielding's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Parodies, imitations, etc
Named Person: Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding; Samuel Richardson; Samuel Richardson; Henry Fielding; Henry Fielding
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Fielding; Martin C Battestin; Sheridan Warner Baker; Hugh Amory
ISBN: 9780199266753 0199266751
OCLC Number: 122282880
Description: xxi, 804 p. : ill., facsims., music ; 24 cm.
Contents: Textual Introduction; I. OCCASIONAL VERSE; 1. The Masquerade (1728); 2. 'Cantos': Unfinished burlesque of The Dunciad (1729-30); 3. Plain Truth (c. 1729-30); 4. A Dialogue between a Beau's Head and His Heels (1730); 5. An Epistle to Mr. Lyttleton (1733); 6. Epilogue to Theobald's Orestes (1731); 7. Epilogue to Miller's The Modish Couple (1732); 8. Epilogue to Johnson's Colia: or The Perjur'd Lover (1732); 9. Prologue to Lillo's Fatal Curiosity (1736-37); II. OCCASIONAL PROSE; 1. An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews (1741); 2. A Full Vindication of the Dutchess Dowager of Marlborough (1742); 3. Aristophanes' Plutus, the God of Riches (1742); 4. Preface to Sarah Fielding's The Adventures of David Simple (1744); 5. The Female Husband (1746); 6. Ovid's Art of Love Paraphrased (1747); 7. Preface and Letters XL-XLIV of Sarah Fielding's Familiar Letters between the Principal Characters in David Simple (1747); 8. The Journal of the Voyage to Lisbon (1755); 9. A Fragment of a Comment on L. Bolingbroke's Essays (1755); APPENDIX A: WRITINGS ATTRIBUTED TO FIELDING; 1. From The Comedian, or Philosophical Enquirer No. 5 (August 1732); 2. From The History of Our Own Times (January-February 1741); 3. From Gray's-Inn Journal No. 27 (21 April 1753); APPENDIX B: THE TEXTS; 1. List of Emendations; 2. Textual Notes; 3. Word-Division; 4. Historical Collation; 5. Bibliographical Descriptions; APPENDIX C: DOCUMENTARY SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO LISBON; 1. Map of the Voyage; 2. Illustrations; 3. Correspondence; 4. Anecdote of Fielding facing death; 5. Matthew Maty's Review
Responsibility: Henry Fielding ; edited by Martin Battestin ; with Sheridan W. Baker and Hugh Amory.
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This book completes the Wesleyan Edition of Fielding's nondramatic writings. It features two classic works: The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon, written as Fielding sailed to Portugal hoping to recover  Read more...

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a heroic project Thomas Keymer, London Review of Books This eclectic book gives us definitive texts of some important works, and a fascinating cross-section of Fielding's erratic, brilliant career. Read more...

 
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