Fielding’s Art of Characterization with Special reference to Tom Jones<br />Presented By Foram Vyas <br />Roll No:-40<br /...
Fielding’s Characterization<br /> Fielding’s prime interest was in depicting every day life of the Ordinary Man.<br />He w...
Round Characters<br />An Introduction to the English Novel, Arnold kettle Puts: “…And The characters themselves are not,in...
Dramatic Method in depicting Characters<br />It is in dialogues that Characters are revealed before Reader.<br />Thus, He ...
Fielding’s Characters from a Complete Picture of Human life<br />We get vivid and graphic picture of the society of the 18...
To Conclude this topic , Fielding’s excellence in Male portraiture, Unlike Richardson, He is powerful in drawing male Char...
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  • Hello Foram, Fielding's art of Characterization, if evaluated from the presentation point of view was good, but you could have done better. You could well analyze his characteristic. I appreciate your attempt. But please don't read. Best luck Sis.
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  • hi! foram ur ppt presentation is nice i want to say something about ur presentation why u are reading all this things please explain because u speak english very nice
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  1. 1. Fielding’s Art of Characterization with Special reference to Tom Jones<br />Presented By Foram Vyas <br />Roll No:-40<br />M.A part-1<br />
  2. 2. Fielding’s Characterization<br /> Fielding’s prime interest was in depicting every day life of the Ordinary Man.<br />He was great Creator of master Characters.<br />He was Create Galaxy of Characters immortal in the world of Literature. <br />
  3. 3. Round Characters<br />An Introduction to the English Novel, Arnold kettle Puts: “…And The characters themselves are not,in the tallest sense. They are almost all ‘Flat’ Characters in the tradition of Comedy of Humours , based on the crude phychology of the middle Ages.”<br />
  4. 4. Dramatic Method in depicting Characters<br />It is in dialogues that Characters are revealed before Reader.<br />Thus, He is able to bare their in most selves and expose their essential traits.<br />
  5. 5. Fielding’s Characters from a Complete Picture of Human life<br />We get vivid and graphic picture of the society of the 18th century.<br />He believed-’Highest life is much the dullest and afford very little hum our or Entertainment.’<br />
  6. 6. To Conclude this topic , Fielding’s excellence in Male portraiture, Unlike Richardson, He is powerful in drawing male Character, Like Tom, Josef, Jonathan etc.<br />
  7. 7. THANK YOU<br />
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