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Lecture 9

Lecture 9

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Department
English
Course Code
ENGC39H3
Professor
Michael Wells

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Lecture 9
Ridiculous
oVanity
oHypocrisy
Fieldings first novel was Joseph Andrews
oHe was first a playwright
oHe was more influential than Richardson
The Picaresque
oAllegorical names
Joseph Andres
o3rd person narrator
oObjective perspective
Limited omniscient
I dont know
Pamela
o1st person narrator
oIN the story
oPerspective is limited unreliable subjective point of view
Unreliable narrators can be intentional or unintentional
How much control does the narrator wield?
oProbability
oStoryworld
Richardson uses epistolary
Fielding uses real life people figures (P—) refers to an actual name
Allegorical names
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Lecture 9 Ridiculous o Vanity o Hypocrisy Fieldings first novel was Joseph Andrews o He was first a playwright o He was more influential than Richardson The Picaresque o Allegorical names Joseph Andres o 3 person narrator o Objective perspective Limited omniscient I dont know Pamela o 1 person narrator o IN the story o Perspective is limited unreliable subjective point of view Unreliable narrators can be intentional or unintentional How much control does the narrator wield? o Probability o Storyworld Richardson uses epistolary Fielding uses real life people figures (P) refers to an actual name Allegorical names www.notesolution.com
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