The Downfall of Greatness as Depicted in Henry Fielding’s Amelia

Amelia is certainly a change in direction from the writing style Henry Fielding employed in Tom Jones and Joseph Andrews. Gone are the frequent author-as-narrator interjections, as well as much of the comedic relief captured in the later mentioned novels. By veering away from a comedic tone in his writing, Fielding introduces us to more … Read moreThe Downfall of Greatness as Depicted in Henry Fielding’s Amelia