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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. Fielding’s Art of Characterization with Special reference to Tom Jones
    Presented By Foram Vyas
    Roll No:-40
    M.A part-1
  • 2. Fielding’s Characterization
    Fielding’s prime interest was in depicting every day life of the Ordinary Man.
    He was great Creator of master Characters.
    He was Create Galaxy of Characters immortal in the world of Literature.
  • 3. Round Characters
    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.”
  • 4. Dramatic Method in depicting Characters
    It is in dialogues that Characters are revealed before Reader.
    Thus, He is able to bare their in most selves and expose their essential traits.
  • 5. Fielding’s Characters from a Complete Picture of Human life
    We get vivid and graphic picture of the society of the 18th century.
    He believed-’Highest life is much the dullest and afford very little hum our or Entertainment.’
  • 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.
  • 7. THANK YOU