Excerpt from The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, Vol. 2 of 6
But in process of time, and in ages of ignorance, the clerk began to invade the power and assume the dignity of his master. The laws of writing were no longer founded on the practice of the author, but on the dictates of the critic. The clerk became the legislator, and those very peremptorily gave laws whose business it was, at first, only to transcribe them.
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A vivid, romantic comedy, Tom Jones is also a clever social satire. This well-loved classic has recently been made into a wonderfully warm and funny television serial.
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