Joseph Andrews by Henry Fielding is a 318-page paperback, a Signet Classic published by The New American Library, first published in 1742, this copy published in 1960. The book is in good original condition.
An innocent's odyssey among the status-seekers, Joseph Andrews is the hilarious tale of a poverty-stricken, flagrantly handsome footman adrift in a world of blustering, powdered wigs and robbers, amorous dowagers and rough-and-tumble innkeepers. Joseph is squired by Parson Adams--a Sancho Panza with a passion for brawls--through a maze of bedroom farces and mistaken identities to find himself suddenly and irrevocably acceptable. The cornerstone of our realistic fiction, historically precise and eighteenth-century country manners, Henry Fielding's novel is an extravaganza of mortal affectations and vanities.