3 edition of Henry Fielding found in the catalog.
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and of the liver left him on crutches, and with other afflictions sent him to Portugal in 1754 to seek a cure, only to die two months later inreportedly in pain and mental distress. Before the city completely enveloped him, however, Fielding spent a short spell abroad at the University of Leiden in Holland.
He also holds a place in the history of law enforcement, having used his authority as a magistrate to found theLondon's first Henry Fielding funded, full-time police force. Fielding followed this success with another well received novel, Amelia 1751. Biography Henry Fielding — novelist, playwright and magistrate — was an active and influential public figure in the early 18th century.
He cares about nothing and no-one, with the exception of a few of his only values which include marrying a rich woman. It is believed that Sarah was also influential in helping Fielding develop areas of his own writing: in particular, the development and portrayal of his major female characters.
Thirdly, Allworthy, as seen through his name, is yet another clever allegorical figure that Henry Fielding has created. He dedicated his 1735 play toa political follower of Chesterfield.Censor of Great Britain" until November of that year.
These positions installed him in a courthouse which also served as his residence, in Bow Street, London. Whatever the reason, in 1741, he published his riotous and bawdy An Apology for the Life of Mrs.
Later that year, he went on to the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, but his classical studies there ended when his father discontinued his allowance.
As a result of his literary and political notoriety, it was difficult for Fielding to get ahead in the legal profession, and his last two novels, Tom Jones and Amelia, occasionally reflect the anguish of a man who knows that he has brought wretchedness and poverty to the woman he loves.
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His rescue by Miss Matthews, an elegant courtesan, is a continual irritant, but Fielding eventually rescues the Booths from their domestic difficulties with the discovery that Amelia is an heiress.