Joseph Andrews ; with Shamela ; and Related Writings: Authoritative Texts, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism - Study Guide Section 3: Joseph Andrews, Book 2, Chapters 1 through 9 Summary & Analysis

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In Book 2, Chapter 1, Fielding justifies dividing "Joseph Andrews" into books as it affords readers a resting place to contemplate what they have just read and allows them to fully understand the book. In Chapter 2, before Joseph and Adams separate, Adams realizes that his sermons are not in his saddlebags, so he decides to return home with Joseph on horseback and Adams on foot. After Adams leaves, Joseph is given the bill but does not have enough money to pay and Mrs. Tow-wouse refuses to give him credit. Meanwhile, Adams is concerned that Joseph has not yet arrived and enters an inn to wait and read "Aeschylus." In Chapter 3, Adams is astonished by the lies two men tell about a justice who recently decides a case in which the men are opposing parties. A coach arrives with Mrs...

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