Chapter I: Fielding's Novels, "a New Province in Writing"

Stern, Guy
January 2003
Fielding, Wieland, Goethe & the Rise of the Novel;2003, p11
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Chapter I of the book "Fielding, Wieland, Goethe and the Rise of the Novel" is presented. It features novelists Henry Fielding and his work. According to the author, Fielding's work has helped in shaping English literature and had an impact on Germany. The chapter also illustrates his importance for the success of a Bildungsroman which is largely contingent upon the credible evocation of the contact of hero and the outer world.


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