Joseph Andrews ; with Shamela ; and Related Writings: Authoritative Texts, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism - Study Guide Section 6: Joseph Andrews, Book 3, Chapters 6 through 13 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 6, as Adams sleeps, Joseph indulges in a monologue about how the desire for honor should lead a man to charity. When hounds chasing a hare attack Adams, Joseph defends Adams, but the hounds' master set them in pursuit and is angry when Joseph and Adams beat his hounds. He is only mollified by Fanny's beauty. In Chapter 7, the squire invites the travelers to dinner, intending ill toward Fanny. His retinue taunts Adams and dunks him in a tub of water, so Adams dunks the squire and leaves with Joseph and Fanny as the squire sends his retinue in fast pursuit. At an inn in Chapter 8, Adams converses with a Catholic priest, but in Chapter 9, the squire's retinue kidnaps Fanny and tie Joseph and Adams to a bedpost. In Chapter 10, the squire's poet and player discuss...

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