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Tom follows and decides to seduce Lady Bellaston in the hope of getting close to Sophia.
Modern Library Classics: Tom Jones by Henry Fielding (2002, Paperback)
Lady Bellaston decides though that she would rather keep Tom for herself and tries to get rid of Sophia by suggesting to Lord Fellamar that he assault her young relative and then marry her afterwards. Tom is horrified to learn that his licentiousness has led him to accidentally sleep with his own mother. Mrs Waters reveals that Tom is in fact the older child of Bridget Allworthy. Squire Allworthy disinherits Blifil and adopts Tom as his legal heir, while Tom convinces the long-suffering Sophia to forgive and marry him. John Mullan explains how the novel took shape in the 18th century with the works of Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, Henry Fielding and Laurence Sterne, and the ways in which the book industry both shaped and responded to the new genre.
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Tom Jones overview Tom Jones is a child of uncertain birth. Explore further Related articles. The rise of the novel Article by: John Mullan Themes: Politeness, sensibility and sentimentalism, Rise of the novel John Mullan explains how the novel took shape in the 18th century with the works of Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, Henry Fielding and Laurence Sterne, and the ways in which the book industry both shaped and responded to the new genre.
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