The History of Tom Jones a Foundling: 1

Prabhat Prakashan
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Prabhat Prakashan
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Jan 1, 1893
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This comprehensive eBook presents the complete fictional works of Henry Fielding, with numerous illustrations, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1)

* Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Fielding's life and works
* Concise introductions to the novels and other texts
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* Images of how the books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts
* The complete 26 extant plays, for the first time in digital publishing history
* Excellent formatting of the texts
* Famous works such as TOM JONES are illustrated with their original artwork
* Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry
* Includes a thorough selection of Fielding's non-fiction
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Contents:

The Novels
An Apology for the Life of Mrs Shamela Andrews
The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews
The Life of Mr Jonathan Wild the Great.
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
The History of Amelia

The Plays
Love in Several Masques
The Temple Beau
The Author's Farce; And the Pleasures of the Town
Tom Thumb: A Tragedy
Rape Upon Rape
The Letter-Writers
The Grub Street Opera
The Lottery
The Modern Husband
The Covent-Garden Tragedy
The Old Debauchees
The Mock Doctor
The Miser
The Intriguing Chambermaid
Don Quixote in England
An Old Man Taught Wisdom
The Universal Gallant, or the Different Husbands
Pasquin, a Dramatick Satire on the Times
Tumble-down Dick
Eurydice, a Farce
The Historical Register for the Year 1736
Eurydice Hiss'd
Miss Lucy in Town
Plutus, the God of Riches
The Wedding-Day
The Fathers, or the Good-Natur'd Man

The Poems
List of Poems in Chronological Order
List of Poems in Alphabetical Order

The Non-Fiction
The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon
A Journey from This World to the Next
An Essay on Conversation.
An Essay on the Knowledge of the Characters of Men
An Essay on Nothing
The Opposition: A Vision
The True Patriot
A Selection from the Covent-Garden Journal
The Female Husband
Familiar Letters.

The Biographies
The Life of Henry Fielding by Sir Walter Scott
Fielding by Austin Dobson

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Notwithstanding your constant refusal, when I have asked leave to prefix your name to this dedication, I must still insist on my right to desire your protection of this work.

To you, Sir, it is owing that this history was ever begun. It was by your desire that I first thought of such a composition. So many years have since past, that you may have, perhaps, forgotten this circumstance: but your desires are to me in the nature of commands; and the impression of them is never to be erased from my memory.

Again, Sir, without your assistance this history had never been completed. Be not startled at the assertion. I do not intend to draw on you the suspicion of being a romance writer. I mean no more than that I partly owe to you my existence during great part of the time which I have employed in composing it: another matter which it may be necessary to remind you of; since there are certain actions of which you are apt to be extremely forgetful; but of these I hope I shall always have a better memory than yourself.

Lastly, It is owing to you that the history appears what it now is. If there be in this work, as some have been pleased to say, a stronger picture of a truly benevolent mind than is to be found in any other, who that knows you, and a particular acquaintance of yours, will doubt whence that benevolence hath been copied? The world will not, I believe, make me the compliment of thinking I took it from myself. I care not: this they shall own, that the two persons from whom I have taken it, that is to say, two of the best and worthiest men in the world, are strongly and zealously my friends. I might be contented with this, and yet my vanity will add a third to the number; and him one of the greatest and noblest, not only in his rank, but in every public and private virtue. But here, whilst my gratitude for the princely benefactions of the Duke of Bedford bursts from my heart, you must forgive my reminding you that it was you who first recommended me to the notice of my benefactor.

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