Amelia

Amelia

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The various accidents which befell a very worthy couple after their uniting in the state of matrimony will be the subject of the following history. More info →
Jonathan Wilde

Jonathan Wilde

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As it is necessary that all great and surprising events, the designs of which are laid, conducted, and brought to perfection by the utmost force of human invention and art, should be produced by great and eminent men, so the lives of such may be justly an More info →
Joseph Andrews

Joseph Andrews

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It is a trite but true observation, that examples work more forceably on the mind than precepts: and if this be just in what is odious and blameable, it is more strongly so in what is amiable and praiseworthy. More info →
Tom Jones

Tom Jones

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An author ought to consider himself, not as a gentleman who gives a private or eleemosynary treat, but rather as one who keeps a public ordinary, at which all persons are welcome for their money. More info →