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Author's Preface Book I: Chapter 1 Book I: Chapters 2-3 Book I: Chapter 4 Book I: Chapters 5-10 Book I: Chapters 11-12 Book I: Chapter 13 Book I: Chapters 14-15 Book I: Chapter 16 Book I: Chapters 17-18 Book II: Chapter 1 Book II: Chapters 2-3 Book II: Chapter 4 Book II: Chapter 5 Book II: Chapter 6 Book II: Chapters 7-9 Book II: Chapters 10-11 Book II: Chapters 12-13 Book II: Chapters 14-15 Book II: Chapters 16-17 Book III: Chapter 1 Book III: Chapter 2 Book III: Chapter 3 Book III: Chapter 4 Book III: Chapter 5 Book III: Chapters 6-9 Book III: Chapter 10 Book III: Chapter 11 Book III: Chapters 12-13 Book IV: Chapters 1-3 Book IV: Chapters 4-6 Book IV: Chapter 7 Book IV: Chapter 8 Book IV: Chapters 9-11 Book IV: Chapters 12-14 Book IV: Chapters 15-16

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Joseph Andrews
By Henry Fielding

Character List

Joseph Andrews A handsome young fellow who battles for his virginity throughout the novel. Gaffar and Gammar Andrews Parents of Pamela and, it is believed, of Joseph. Mr. Booby The nephew of Sir Thomas Booby. Sir Thomas Booby The deceased husband of Lady Booby. Lady Booby A hot-blooded young widow who tries every way possible to seduce Joseph. Mrs. Slipslop A repulsive servant woman who also pursues Joseph. Peter Pounce The steward to Lady Booby. Mr. Abraham Adams A charitable curate. Frances (Fanny) Goodwill A beautiful young country girl; Joseph's beloved. The Wilsons The real parents of Joseph Andrews. Lady Tittle and Lady Tattle Two gossips. Plain Tim A good-hearted host. Postillion A generous fellow who offers Joseph an overcoat to cover his nakedness. Mr. Tow-wouse A bumbling, good-natured innkeeper. Mrs. Tow-wouse The greedy wife of the innkeeper. Betty A warm-hearted chambermaid. Barnabas A punch-drinking clergyman. Tom Suckbribe The constable. Leonora A silly young girl who loses two lovers because of her vacillations. Horatio A suitor who has no money but much love for Leonora. Bellarmine A suitor who has little love for Leonora but who hopes to inherit her father's fortune. Lindamira A gossip. Mrs. Grave-airs A prude. Parson Trulliber A hypocritical country parson. The Pedlar (peddler) The man who reveals the secret of Joseph's parentage. Lawyer Scout An unscrupulous lawyer.



Joseph Andrews: Character List

Mrs. Adams Parson Adams' disagreeable wife.
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Joseph Andrew s Fanny Lady Booby Mrs. Slipslop Parson Adam s

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In Book I, how does Joseph react to Lady Booby's sexual advances? He asks Mr. Adams for help. He sleeps with her. He doesn't understand that they're advances. He uses them to make Mrs. Slipslop jealous.

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