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Smollett

Tobias George. 1721--71, Scottish novelist, whose picaresque satires include Roderick Random (1748), Peregrine Pickle (1751), and Humphry Clinker (1771)
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25) Tobias Smollett, The Adventures of Roderick Random, ed.
See Tobias Smollett, "An essay on the external use of water, in a letter to Dr.
4) See also Knapp, Tobias Smollett, 261-62, who quotes a similar notice in two other newspapers.
Most space of all in the volume (two chapters, one of which is the longest in the book) is given to Tobias Smollett, who, had he not been a Scot, would have been yet another contender for the title of "English Cervantes.
In The Later Career of Tobias Smollett, still the most careful attempt to account for the differences between the early and the late Smollett, Louis L.
Davis argues that both Henry Fielding and Tobias Smollett employed their novels to expose the contradictions of British nationhood implicit in the Rebellion, a case most convincingly demonstrated in Tom Jones.
Evidence of its influence may be seen in the works of Daniel Defoe, Henry Fielding, Tobias Smollett, and Laurence Sterne.
Tobias Smollett (1721-1771) was the Scottish author best known for such picaresque novels as The Adventures of Roderick Random and The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle but also was an enormously popular historian of England.
It started with visits of convalescents like Tobias Smollett, devastated by the loss of a teenage daughter, and heading down to Nice in the spring of 1763.
En este breve ensayo me propongo analizar uno de esos aspectos que ya han sido apuntados, pero que no han ocupado el interes analitico de ningun filologo: el hibridismo generico, o la miscelanea composicion de la novela a base de elementos provenientes de otras tradiciones o generos literarios, centrandome en la obra de Tobias Smollett, por ser esta donde mas evidentemente se manifiesta.
DALQUHURN Park is named after Dalquhurn House in Renton, where Tobias Smollett, one of Scotland's literary geniuses, was born in 1721.
TOBIAS SMOLLETT is generally held to be responsible for John Osborn's edition of The Devil on Crutches, the 1749 translation of Alain Rene Lesage's Le Diable Boiteilx.