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Henry Fielding Essay

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In the scene in which Squire Allworthy discovers an infant in his bed, Fielding employs literary techniques such as dialogue and tone to charcterize Mr. Allworthy and Mrs. Deborah Wilkins, the ederly nurse. Through the words of the charcters, the reader understands what the characters are about. Through tone, the reader gets a sense of feeling what the charcter goes through and in due process see the character revelation.

Through dialogue, the reader learns about Mrs. Wilkins and Mr. Allworthy. In sight of the poor innocent infant, Mrs. Wilkins could not "refrain from crying out, 'My good sir! What's to be done"'" In reply, Mr. Allworthy told her that she must take care of the child at once. The reader immediately sees that Mr. Allworthy is nothing but a person who does nothing but benevolent deeds and a dispenser of mercy. Then Mrs. Allworthy explains the...

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