Joseph Andrews: Easyread Large Edition
"Joseph Andrews" was Henry's first novel which brought him into spotlight. The novel includes humorous travel adventures by Joseph Andrews and his friend who is a good-hearted rural clergyman. In their travels they are set upon repeatedly by robbers and continually run out of funds. Interesting!
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