Henry and Sarah Fielding on Romance and Sensibility

Gautier, Gary
March 1998
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring98, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p195
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Looks at the novels `Joseph Andrews,' by Henry Fielding and `David Simple,' by Sarah Fielding. Why the relationship between romance and novel genres are debatable in the 18th century; Information on the preface of Henry's book; Overview of Sarah's book.


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