The history of the adventures of Joseph Andrews and of his friend Mr. Abraham Adams

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Grolier, 1978 - Literary Criticism - 444 pages
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IVANHOE, by Sir Walter Scott, is a great little story set in Medieval England. The title character is the disowned son of Cedric the Saxon and in the beginning of the story Ivanhoe is returning to his ... Read full review

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Gurth and Wamba son of Witless. How can one forget adventures with characters like these. Add in a few damsels in distress, saving England from a tyrant, knights that will not compromise right, and some cool jousting make this a rousing and fun medieval tale. Read full review

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Of Mr Joseph Andrews his birth parent
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What happened after their jOUrney
12
sister PAMela
19
Copyright

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