Joseph Andrews ; with Shamela ; and Related Writings: Authoritative Texts, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism - Study Guide Section 4: Joseph Andrews, Book 2, Chapters 10 through 17 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 10, when bird catchers come upon Adams and the woman, the villain convinces them that Adams and the woman tried to rob him, so they are taken to the justice. Adams learns the woman is Fanny who set out to find Joseph after hearing of his misfortunes. Though she denies her passion to Adams, Fielding tells the reader that Fanny loves Joseph. In Chapter 11, the justice mocks Adams until a squire recognizes him for a clergyman at which point the justice readily believes Adams' version of the events. They argue about the conduct of the arraignment until Fanny interrupts because a young man is headed toward the inn where Joseph's coach has stopped and offers them a ride. In Chapter 12, as Adams and Fanny take shelter in an ale-house during a storm, they hear a young...

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