Joseph Andrews

Do you agree with fielding that the character of Adams " is the most glaring in the whole " ? Give your reason


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Fielding used Adams' character to display true goodness. I don't know if I myself would consider him glaring, but I do see the man's innate goodness and simplicity as an example of what a clergyman should be. Fielding in no way portrays his circumstances and experiences as pristine, but rather entirely human. I love this character because Fielding gives him the opportunity be human, not perfect.