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by Henry Fielding,Henry Carey,Walter Howard Rubsamen

Category: Humor
Subcategory: Humour and Entertainment
Author: Henry Fielding,Henry Carey,Walter Howard Rubsamen
ISBN: 0824009045
ISBN13: 978-0824009045
Language: English
Publisher: Garland Publishing (January 1, 1974)
Pages: 255
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Henry Carey (c. 26 August 1687 – 5 October 1743) was an English poet, dramatist and songwriter. He is remembered as an anti-Walpolean satirist and also as a patriot. Several of his melodies continue to be sung today, and he was widely praised in the generation after his death

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Written By: Walter E. Permanently topical, Jonathan Wild, with the exception of some passages by his older contemporary, the Anglo-Irish satirist Jonathan Swift, is perhaps the grimmest satire in English and an exercise in unremitting irony.

Henry Fielding (22 April 1707 – 8 October 1754) was an English novelist and dramatist known for his rich, earthy humour and satirical prowess, and as the author of the comic novel Tom Jones. Additionally, he holds a significant place in the history of law enforcement, having used his authority as a magistrate to found (with his half-brother John) what some have called London's first police force, the Bow Street Runners. His younger sister, Sarah, also became a successful writer.

Henry Fielding was an 18th century English writer and magistrate who established the mechanisms of the modern novel through such . Scottish writer Sir Walter Scott called Henry Fielding the "Father of the English Novel. University of Leiden, Eton College.

Henry Fielding was an 18th century English writer and magistrate who established the mechanisms of the modern novel through such works as Tom Jones and Amelia. Learn more at Biography.

Pseudonym(s): Captain Hercules Vinegar (some published anonymously). Fielding therefore retired from the theater and resumed his career in law, becoming a Justice of the Peace in 1748, for Middlesex and Westminster, after passing his bar exam in only three years. Fielding never stopped writing political satire and satirizing the then current state of affairs in arts and letters. His Tragedy of Tragedies of Tom Thumb was, for example, quite successful as a printed play. He also contributed a number of works to journals of the day.

Henry Russell Walter, known professionally as Cirkut, is a Canadian record producer and songwriter. Walter also produces with Adrien Gough as the production duo Dream Machine, responsible for producing and co-writing The Weeknd"s track "High for This". Grammy Awards 2014: Song of the Year - "Roar" - Katy Perry (Nominated) 2015: Best People’s Duo/Group Performance - "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry foot Juicy J (Nominated) Juno Awards 2014: Jack Richardson Producer of the Year (Won) 2015: Songwriter of the Year (Nominated).

Henry Fielding was an 18th century English writer best known as the author of the novel ‘Tom Jones. Well known for his earthy and satirical sense of humor, he penned several parodies beginning with the publication of ‘An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews’

Henry Fielding was an 18th century English writer best known as the author of the novel ‘Tom Jones. Shamela Andrews’. Even though this work was published anonymously, it is generally accepted that he was the author.

The ballad opera is a genre of English stage entertainment that originated in. .

The ballad opera is a genre of English stage entertainment that originated in the early 18th century, and continued to develop over the following century and later. These English plays were 'operas' mainly insofar as they satirized the conventions of the imported opera seria. They were also probably influenced by the burlesques and musical plays of Thomas D'Urfey (1653–1723) who had a reputation for fitting new words to existing songs; a popular anthology of these settings was published in 1700 and frequently re-issued. A number of the tunes from this anthology were recycled in The Beggar's Opera.

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