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Tom Jones serves as the representation of Fielding’s philosophy of ___.

2 of 5
Who initiates all of Tom’s love affairs?

3 of 5
Who combines the merits of Tom and Mr. Allworthy with neither of their faults?

4 of 5
Who is the moral yardstick of the novel, almost taking on the role of a god?

5 of 5
When confronted with his crimes, Blifil weeps out of ___.