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characters The History of Tom Jones a Foundling Download Ý The History of Tom Jones a Foundling 104 Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook » Henry Fielding H danger and intrigue bawdy exuberance and good natured authorial interjections Tom Jones is one of the greatest and most ambitious comic novels in English literature   • Includes a chronology suggestions for further reading notes glossary and an appendix of Fielding's revisions   • Introduction discusses narrative tecniues and themes the context of eighteenth century fiction and satire and the historical and political background of the Jacobite rev. 2005 Penguin Classics editionFor at least twenty years before I read Tom Jones misleading book covers gave me the wrong impression of the hero I had heard once or twice that it s actually the ladies who throw themselves at Jones cue GIF of the Welsh singer with knicker flinging audience but this idea never uite stuck A few years ago I watched the 1960s film adaptation which I think showed this but it was silly and flimsy it was Carry on 18th Century and I didn t take it seriously As memory of it faded my underlying feeling about the novel was again strongly influenced by two and a half decades of UK book jackets on which painted 18th century rakes grab at women who look rather less keen than they do in some cases the women are outright distressed In current parlance it all looks a bit rapey In that lineage the cover of this Penguin Classics edition showing Gillray s cartoon Fashionable Contrasts an edition I otherwise recommend for its thorough notes and introduction may also give an impression of a lady er imposed upon And over the last couple of years I ve found the image unpleasant than humorous due to Steve Bell s redrawing of it to feature Donald Trump and Theresa May There s don t judge a book by its cover and then there s a consistent pattern of themed images over 25 years whose repetitiveness feels meaningful Yes it s an 18th century novel by a man obviously there are some strongly patriarchal attitudes in the text and there are some characters who condone sexual violence But the combo of covers plus general reputation of the book once added up in my mind to the erroneous idea that it s about a loveable rapist That is flat out wrong and I would not be surprised if these covers have put off readers than are fully aware of it or at the very least they make some potential readers still interested in the novel think they need to approach it wearing heavy psychological armour in expectation of some very old fashioned values Actually Tom Jones is a genuinely nice extrovert young lad with a puppyish enthusiasm for just about everything in life and who wants to think the best of everyone but he s also nearly incapable of turning down a woman who makes a move on him most of his scrapes spiral from this And like heroes of traditional romance or adventure stories he has traffic stopping good looks charisma a preternatural ability to master new fighting skills as needed and is kind to children animals and the poor He is always unlike those rakes on book covers mindful of sexual consent and although he is rescued fortuitously by his creator from one tricky moral dilemma with a girl early on he otherwise stands out as being considerably principled than his contemporaries In contrast to certain bad boy heroes of 19th century English literature both Tom and his guardian Mr Allworthy although they express a few patriarchal and snobbish attitudes seem overall like decent men who would take on board contemporary attitudes of euality and be able to practice them sincerely if they found themselves living in a society where they were prevalent The intersection of temperament and environment in creating people s attitudes was one of the things I thought about freuently while reading Tom Jones imagining what various characters would be like if they were around today Between this novel and a biography of Dickens I listened to in January I concluded that this a sense of how they might adapt is significant in the way I see people and characters from the past than the discrete yardstick of what they said at the time in their environment Charles Dickens seemed like the type who would still throw his weight around in private whilst presenting himself to an adoring public as a paragon of empathy and wisdomI love it when a book is set in the same season when I m reading it so December turned out to be the perfect time to begin Tom Jones although I hadn t consciously planned it I d read a few chapters years ago pre Goodreads so I probably remembered subconsciously But even if it was winter both in the book and in reality I was not expecting this other chilly England also to be a place where the whole population is divided between two political factions facing an increasingly imminent national crisis a country where when meeting someone you can t be uite sure which side they re on and where for the sake of a uiet life it s often easier not to disclose your allegiance to strangers although by not declaring you may end up hearing some strange stuff One side is disdained by its opponents as irrational dangerous and fuelled by silly romanticised ideas the other as haughty establishment snobs who want to continue imposing a status uo which involves a close relationship with Germany And both have their trademark jargon and insults I loved the insight into how this factionalism existed with pre Industrial Revolution communications and it was also oddly refreshing because for all the dozens of articles I ve seen about historical parallels for Brexit precisely none has mentioned the 45 and the enduring Jacobite Hanoverian rivalry the high politics are clearly different from the present but the public mood is perhaps another matter That pre Industrial Revolution setting was what I was craving when I started reading and I still crave it but self imposed obligations to books previously started and to group discussions mean it has to go on hold for a while And Tom Jones is replete with historical detail of a depth and atmosphere too rarely found in non fiction history Sometimes nothing beats a voluminous primary source in which you incidentally hear dozens of little details of life things like how it was to travel decades before trains and when organised turnpikes were still uite new the tribulations and sensations of riding unpaved roads on horses in winter how things worked at a coaching inn the mess of vice that a late 17th century university student might get into if he went off the rails the Man of the Hill or gradations of reputation among London society ladies And clich though this is because it s a story and from a world its writer lived in it utterly brings this world to life The typography in this Penguin edition adds to the sense of being transported to another time It uses the original capitalisation of every Noun I don t think I ve been so aware of what was a noun in each sentence since I was at school The novelty of this as a 20th 21st century reader used to capitals only at the start of a sentence also increased my concentration a definite bonus with a long book of this age and something I will be looking for if I read other 18th century novels There are some passages where a concentration boost is indubitably helpful The reflective and philosophical Chapter I s of each of the XVIII Books of Tom Jones in which Fielding pontificates at the reader grow repetitive as after a few outings Fielding s views on the literary scene on various matters of human behaviour and his unsurprising snobbery are perfectly evident and further repetition hardly reuired even if you do enjoy this absurdly self aware style which is called post modernism but which existed long before literary modernism ever did Details of the opinions of the two tutors Suare and Thwackum on one level are very interesting as a snapshot of intellectual and religious history of the early Enlightenment but are also frankly rather dry But that is a small proportion of this huge book Over all it is often hugely entertaining rollicking bawdy fun with a confluence of depth intelligence and silliness I associate with contemporary postmodernists some admirers of this book like Thomas Pynchon And it s the most hilarious pre 20th century book I ve read Its only competitor on that count is The Diary of a Nobody 1892 Three Men in a Boat was a smiling rather than laughing sort of humour for me Grossmith perhaps would still win on density of funny scenes due to his book being much shorter But The History of Tom Jones was one of the best most rewarding reading experiences I ve ever had with its virtuosic authorial control and construction amply laced with metafictional commentary control only diminishes towards the end like an envelope addressed in exuisite handwriting which goes a bit suashed near the right hand side so that everything fits its immersive historical detail and farcical scenes which made me laugh spontaneously and uncontrollably Is there another character in literature uite like Suire Weston This hilarious and this terrifying It would be a nightmare to be related to him and his rages and controlling caprices And it would be vexing even to deal with him as another man of his own rank a task which Allworthy manages with great diplomacy and firmness But he is also a one man farce and the main player in several of the scenes which made me snort and gasp with the sort of involuntary laughter many people think just doesn t happen when reading a 270 year old book I m writing this paragraph about two months after finishing the book and they are still the funniest things I ve read in fiction this year or last year and I wish I could re read them now I felt guilty about laughing so much given that Western was such a brute treating his daughter as literal property in a society which gave her negligible legal protection But I remembered a little over ten years ago a therapist bursting into unintentional laughter when I talked about an incident for which I was on the receiving end of adult rage as a child and I found this a great epiphany The adult was being ridiculous and what I d done was funny and silly not terrible Laughing at Western can be a way of disparaging his monstrous ego I thought GR reviews would have a lot to say about the female characters in Tom Jones but few of the reviews go into detail about any aspect of the book The novel is sometimes progressive than I expected in its view of women at others very much of its time Fielding as narrator is adamant that parents should allow their children to marry for love and not force them into dynastically advantageous matches I wish I d been able to get hold of a good biography of Fielding to find out whether his attempted abduction of heiress Sarah Andrews when he was 18 was an attempted elopement or an actual kidnapping Whatever the story behind that was this novel has the narrative voice of a man who has found that the road of excess led to the palace of wisdom as he also shows in the bewitching episode about the reclusive Man on the Hill The majority of contemporary readers find the good girls of 18th 19th century fiction like Sophia Western to be dull and inspid and not so much people as ciphers Though I can t but see them as people who had cracked the social codes of their time and who had temperaments which adapted to them easily than wilful and louder individuals might Sophia has a few hard limits which she defends with great willpower and outside those she is engaged in learning the ways of her society It is easier to imagine how Sophia becomes Sophia in the world of the 18th century gentry than to see exactly how her Aunt Western became a proto feminist or how Lady Bellaston became a libertine these paths took active deviation from the prescribed social roles Fielding s sympathy for early feminists is only partial he agrees with the argument that forced marriage was a form of slavery but his narrative undermines Aunt Western s stance by showing her mistakes in Classical learning similar to those of the low grade teacher Partridge However unfortunate she may be as a symbol to contemporary eyes I don t find her implausible women had less access to education than their brothers and just because one had the inclination and rare means to become an independent woman at the time it does not follow that one was necessarily academic There is also a highly intelligent woman in the novel in the person of former maid Jenny Jones and although she makes some progress on the social ladder one can infer that her possibilities remained somewhat limited by her class She is subject to little censure in the narrative and her story is at least as picaresue as Tom s I think there would be a great fun tribute novel in Jenny Jones if only someone would turn their hand from Austen pastiche to Fielding A critical appraisal might decry Fielding s lens on the female characters but I found it exciting simply to hear about them in a narrative from the time not non fiction history that was such a wonder to read in itself as well as about intellectual landmarks like Astellian feminism Mary Astell s Reflections upon Marriage of 1706 which are now obscure but which were significant for pre Wollestonecraft literate women My secret shame when studying history was that however much I was fascinated by the pre 20th century past I found too many of its primary written sources dull when read at length so I am still frankly overjoyed if I find something written in a captivating style that allows me to immerse myself in material of an earlier time especially when it s pre Industrial Revolution There is a glorious panorama of characters here from fine ladies of all reputes to innkeepers to maids all with their distinct personalities and histories characters bigger than their confines and their author s opinions and I love knowing this is how they seemed at the time This feels far real and I treasure it than most historical novels Every time I returned to this review which I ve been writing in bits and pieces between late January and late March I became desperate to read 18th century classics instead of all the contemporary ephemera I ve been concentrating on for a prize longlist project but they will have to waitIntellectual history is present in Tom Jones not only in proto feminism but in other areas too It was a marvel pretty much as close as I ll get to time travel to witness the ferment of shifting belief described in the later part of classic history text Religion and the Decline of Magic Characters conversations show it and for the most part naturally not the clumsy exposition of the sort of historical fiction that has swallowed several shelves of a library undigested Toleration of Catholics is emerging as is Methodism One may also be an atheist Enlightement type looking to the Classics rather than to the Christian God as is Mr Suare And superstition lives in people with a clear and present fear of ghosts and other supernatural goings on including among those with some education who might be termed the lower middle class People could believe a number of different things and fit in somewhere in this society while 100 years earlier or later some of those beliefs would be unacceptable or at least dismissed outside narrower social strata An intoxicating time and one I wish I d studied Even now wrapping up this post in late March I feel a little dizzied that I actually finished this book A book I read a bit of in 2011 and thought I may never manage to go back to A book 10 20 times longer than the novellas I mostly read these days A book which judging by Kindle counts may be the second longest I ve ever read after War and Peace I read all the introductions and notes and appendices so those count too They are integral to a big old text like this and you d have to be an expert scholar to get as much out of the novel without them on a first time read The notes put me in awe of the scholarship of the late Fielding expert Martin Battestin on whose work many of the notes are based he has connected numerous obscure events and publications with references in the novel as if he d set about reading all extant works published in England in the first half of the 18th century whilst holding every sentence of Fielding s work in memory I would strongly recommend this Penguin edition if you want an immersive novel as time travel experience without skimping on academic background The typography augments the feeling of being in the 18th century in a way the modernised Oxford does not The introduction addresses the novel s and the author s relationship to the legal system of the time this is analysis that originates from specialist academic work and which unlike commentary on eg class and gender is outwith the toolkit of the average humanities graduate And the notes are thorough and usually interesting in content relatively few give nothing but the origin of a uotation There was only a small handful of points which I thought lacked annotation most of these related to fashion or domestic matters In 2018 I was motivated to read Tom Jones by one of the stranger reasons a British reader must have had for it I ve been belatedly exploring Polish literature as part of my heritage I wanted to read what has been described as the first Polish novel and is at any rate the earliest translated to English The Adventures of Nicholas Wisdom But it s heavily influenced by Tom Jones and Tristram Shandy and as a native English speaker I d be doing things the wrong way round if I read it without having read them first As it turned out Tom Jones was such immense fun it was absolutely worth reading it for its own sake as if that wasn t already obvious enough from the overbrimming enthusiasm in this review I could see why the young Dickens who read Tom Jones as a preteen was so enthralled by it and having lately re read A Christmas Carol and listened to the aforementioned audiobook biography the degree of this novel s influence on Dickens was unmistakeable and through Dickens vast popularity its influence on much of subseuent English literature and comedy as a whole But yes if you think that you might like this book please don t put it off as long as I did and give it a go when next you can it is very much worth the time read Dec 2018 Jan 2019 reviewed Jan March 2019

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characters The History of Tom Jones a Foundling Download Ý The History of Tom Jones a Foundling 104 Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook » Henry Fielding A foundling of mysterious parentage brought up by Mr Allworthy on his country estate Tom Jones is deeply in love with the seemingly unattainable Sophia Western the beautiful daughter of the neighboring suire though he sometimes succumbs to the charms of the local girls When Tom is banished to make his own fortune and Sophia follows him to London to escape an arranged marriage the adventure begins A vivid Hogarthian panorama of eighteenth century life spiced wit. 975 Tom Jones The History of Tom Jones a Foundling Henry FieldingThe History of Tom Jones a Foundling often known simply as Tom Jones is a comic novel by the English playwright and novelist Henry Fielding The novel is both a Bildungsroman and a picaresue novel First published on 28 February 1749 in London Tom Jones is among the earliest English prose works describable as a novel and is the earliest novel mentioned by W Somerset Maugham in his 1948 book Great Novelists and Their Novels among the ten best novels of the world Totaling 346747 words it is divided into 18 smaller books each preceded by a discursive chapter often on topics unrelated to the book itself It is dedicated to George Lyttleton The kindly and wealthy Suire Allworthy and his sister Bridget are introduced in their wealthy estate in Somerset Allworthy returns from London after an extended business trip and finds an abandoned baby sleeping in his bed He summons his housekeeper Mrs Deborah Wilkins to take care of the child After searching the nearby village Mrs Wilkins is told about a young woman called Jenny Jones servant of a schoolmaster and his wife as the most likely person to have committed the deed Jenny is brought before them and admits being the baby s mother but refuses to reveal the father s identity Mr Allworthy mercifully removes Jenny to a place where her reputation will be unknown Further he promises his sister to raise the boy whom he names Thomas in his household characters Tom Jones Suire Allworthy Sophia Western 1984 1361 809 9789644480782 1368 1377 1388 18 Flight Club the seemingly unattainable Sophia Western Plains of Giah the beautiful daughter of In the Hands of Strangers the neighboring suire Come vento come onda Dalla finestra di uno psicoanalista though he sometimes succumbs Land And The Ruling Class In Hong Kong to DK Readers Horse Show Level 2 Beginning to Read Alone the charms of Ask a Midwife the local girls When Tom is banished 100 people who made history to make his own fortune and Sophia follows him Orchid Moon Harleuin Superromance No 272 to London The House of Rajani to escape an arranged marriage Den som älskar något annat the adventure begins A vivid Hogarthian panorama of eighteenth century life spiced wit. 975 Tom Jones The History of Tom Jones a Foundling Henry FieldingThe History of Tom Jones a Foundling often known simply as Tom Jones is a comic novel by The road home the English playwright and novelist Henry Fielding The novel is both a Bildungsroman and a picaresue novel First published on 28 February 1749 in London Tom Jones is among The road home the earliest English prose works describable as a novel and is The New High Protein Healthy Fast Food Diet The Effective Way to Use Convenience Foods as Part of a Low Carb Diet the earliest novel mentioned by W Somerset Maugham in his 1948 book Great Novelists and Their Novels among Everyday Sports Injuries the The Baby Doctor ten best novels of Zafarnama the world Totaling 346747 words it is divided into 18 smaller books each preceded by a discursive chapter often on Bombay Stories the book itself It is dedicated कुछ अटके कुछ भटके to George Lyttleton The kindly and wealthy Suire Allworthy and his sister Bridget are introduced in Pickpocket their wealthy estate in Somerset Allworthy returns from London after an extended business Witness in Death trip and finds an abandoned baby sleeping in his bed He summons his housekeeper Mrs Deborah Wilkins Conspiracy in Death to Arion and the Dolphin A Libretto the nearby village Mrs Wilkins is Arion and the Dolphin A Libretto told about a young woman called Jenny Jones servant of a schoolmaster and his wife as Vanishing Acts New and Selected Poems 1985 2005 the most likely person For the Love of India to have committed Goa the deed Jenny is brought before The Tea Gardens them and admits being City Improbable An Anthology of Writings on Delhi the baby s mother but refuses Unbound to reveal A Life of JRD Beyond the Last Blue Mountain the father s identity Mr Allworthy mercifully removes Jenny India Through the Lens Photography 1840 1911 to a place where her reputation will be unknown Further he promises his sister Vishwamitra to raise On Wings of Butterflies the boy whom he names Thomas in his household characters Tom Jones Suire Allworthy Sophia Western 1984 1361 809 9789644480782 1368 1377 1388 18

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