human nature and of the need for control of sexuality in "Jospeh Andrews" by Henry Fielding
Joseph Andrews is a novel written in the middle eighteenth century by Henry Fielding. In this novel, Fielding talks of human nature and of the need for control of sexuality. He does not just come right out and say it, but instead expresses his concern through examples of the constant sexual advances through the entire novel, Mr. Wilson's experiences, and the little self control people have in containing themselves properly.
The most obvious example of the advances on Joseph, is made by Lady Booby in the first few chapters of Book I. She would take walks with Joseph in the park, and sp…
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