Joseph Andrews ; with Shamela ; and Related Writings: Authoritative Texts, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism - Section 2: Joseph Andrews, Book 1, Chapters 13 through 18 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: Joseph Andrews, Book 1, Chapters 13 through 18 Summary

In Chapter 13, Mr. Tow-wouse sends for the clergyman, Mr. Barnabas, since the surgeon despairs of Joseph's recovery. Barnabas says Joseph talks nonsense as he mumbles about Fanny and resigns himself to divine will without regret. Barnabas descends for punch while Betty, the maid, brings tea to Joseph. In the next chapter, evening falls, and a grave person arrives at the inn. This is Parson Adams who is concerned for Joseph's health and safety. His conversation with the surgeon is interrupted by the apprehension of one of the thieves, resulting in the return of Joseph's clothes and belongings. Barnabas and the surgeon dispute the claim to the recovered articles. The thief protests his innocence and nearly gains his freedom, but Betty reminds the mob of the evidence of the stolen articles and the prisoner is secured for the...

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