Contributions to The Champion and Related Writings
Clarendon Press, 2003 - 687 páginas
This volume, which completes the edition's coverage of Henry Fielding's journalism, provides a view of eighteenth-century journalism very different from the more genteel Tatler-Spectator tradition, and complicates the familiar image of Fielding the moralist. Fielding's contributions to The Champion are not only among his most energetic and intriguing works in the genre; they also have a dense political background, of interest to historians studying the interface between journalism and politicians of the time, as well as the role of newspaper publishers.
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