/Joseph Andrews Henry Fielding Dent 1948
Joseph Andrews by Henry Fielding
A takeoff on Samuel Richardson's "Pamela," it follows Pamela's brother Joseph in the model of the Tory satirists of the previous generation. Although begun as a parody, it became an accomplished novel and marks the beginning of Fielding's career as a serious novelist.Introduction by George Saintsbury.
- Everyman's Library No. 467
- Publisher, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd London; 1948
- Red Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 280 pp
- Size 175 x 112 mm, 0.4 kg
Condition: Fair - No Dust Jacket, Lots Of Underlining, Fair Reading Copy