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The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews

By Henry Fielding

  • Transcription, correction, editorial commentary, and markup: Tonya Howe
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    Sources

  • London: A. Millar, over-agaiinst St. Clement's Church, in the Strand. 1742. . First edition. The accompanying page images are sourced from The University of Virginia Special Collections Library.
  • Public domain electronic facsimile copy: Internet Archive. 1749. Link . Link is to Volume I of II.
  • Public domain audio recording: LibriVox. . Link .
  • More information on available editions is available through the English Short Title Catalog and Eighteenth-Century Book Tracker.

    Editorial Statements

  • This text is prepared as part of the Literature in Context project, which provides an accessible, curated, and marked-up selection of primary sources relevant to the study and the teaching of British and American literature of the 18th century. This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and developed by faculty at The University of Virginia and Marymount University.
  • Materials have been transcribed from and checked against first editions, where possible. See the Sources section.
  • Original spelling and capitalization is retained, though the long s has been silently modernized and ligatured forms are not encoded.
  • Hyphenation has not been retained, except where necessary for the sense of the word.
  • Page breaks have been retained. Catchwords, signatures, and running headers have not.
  • Research informing these annotations draws on publicly-accessible resources, with links provided where possible. Annotations have also included common knowledge, defined as information that can be found in multiple reliable sources. If you notice an error in these annotations, please contact lic.open.anthology@gmail.com.
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