Definition of Fielding, Henry in English:

Fielding, Henry

Syllabification: Field·ing, Henry
Pronunciation: /ˈfēldiNG
 
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( 1707–54), English novelist. He provoked the introduction of censorship in theaters with his political satire The Historical Register for 1736. He then turned to writing picaresque novels, notably Joseph Andrews (1742) and Tom Jones (1749).

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