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"Amelia" is the last of Fielding's wonderful novels. In its tone and execution it is markedly different from the rest of his pieces. It is a stirring and moving story of Amelia, who stands out in the wide array of English literature for her indomitable courage and patience. The novel is a prime example of stylistic brilliance.

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