Section 1: Joseph Andrews, Preface and Book 1, Chapters 1 through 12
1. How many copies of Fielding's most famed narrative works are in "Joseph Andrews with Shamela and Related Writings?"
2. In the Preface to "Joseph Andrews," Henry Fielding defines his terms and distinguishes his story from ________________.
(a) History and art.
(b) Romance and burlesque.
(c) Love and life.
(d) Dance and theater.
3. Where does Fielding find true comedy in his work?
(a) In nature.
(b) In friendship.
(c) In theater.
(d) In art.
4. From what does Parson Adam's good heart stem?
5. In Book 1, Chapter 1, Fielding states that examples are often better teachers than ____________.
6. What does Fielding think biography teaches people about?
7. By following his sister's example, what is Joseph Andrews able to preserve according to Fielding?
(a) His love.
(b) His purity.
(c) His strength.
(d) His art.
8. Why is Joseph removed to stables at the age of ten?
(a) Because of his sweet voice.
(b) Because of his mind.
(c) Because of his temper.
(d) Because of his age.
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