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Fielding, Henry (1707-54)
English playwright and novelist. On Richardson's publication of Pamela
(1740), he wrote his famous parody, Joseph Andrews (1742).
Several other works followed, notably The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling
(1749), establishing his reputation as a founder of the English novel.
History of Tom Jones - Vol 1 - 1,447 KB
History of Tom Jones - Vol 2 -1,643 KB
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Andrews - 881 KB
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