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Discuss the sexual hipocrasy that runs rampant through the novel "Joseph Andrews" using the character of Mrs. Slipslop as the primary basis for your argument.
In Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrews, Fielding attempts to parody the situations in society that, to him, appear unjust and inappropriate. One of the characters created to endure these parodies is Mrs. Slipslop, an employee of Lord and Lady Booby. Mrs. Slipslop embodies the traits which Fielding abhors about society. Her inappropriate use of language and her uncontrolled sexual impulses when combined with her undeniably misguided devotion to those of status make her the ideal comedic example of society's wrong doings.
Mrs. Slipslop can best be described as pretentious. This is evident ear…
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