Henry Fielding as a Magistrate: From Tom Jones to Justice Worthy

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Henry Fielding was a remarkable individual. Often referred to as the father of the English Novel, what made this lauded playwright and novelist become a revolutionary magistrate?

Join us at Bow Street Police Museum where writer and historian Robert Whelan takes us through the remarkable life of Henry Fielding. From the publication of ‘Tom Jones’ to the foundation of the Bow Street Runners, we will explore what motivated Fielding to seek justice and social reform on the streets of Covent Garden.


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2021-10-21 2021-10-21 Europe/London Henry Fielding as a Magistrate: From Tom Jones to Justice Worthy What made this lauded playwright and novelist become a revolutionary magistrate? https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2021/10/21/henry-fielding-as-a-magistrate-from-tom-jones-to-justice-worthy-278733 Bow Street Police Museum,Martlett Court, Off Bow Street, London,Off Bow Street,London

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Bow Street Police Museum,

Martlett Court, Off Bow Street, London,
Off Bow Street,
London,
UK
WC2E 7AW

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