Henry Fielding was born in April of 22, 1707 year in southern England. Henry studied his school in Eton College and he achieved a knowledge of literature which would impact his upcoming success of his novels.
His cousin recommended him to go to London in 1728, as London was at world’s top poets and playwrights’ place and he could learn more about writing plays and novels. However, London was full of curraption and frauds place and after that year, he carried on to the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, unfortunately his upcoming successful studies finished when his father stopped financially support to him.
Then , Fielding went back to London and tried to open theatre and started writing several plays till 1730. “Tom Thumb” was one of very popular plays at that time.
Fielding maintained writing satire towards the government of prime minister Walpole Robert. After that Robert tried “attack” to him by not giving him license of theatre to set on play in the country. Because, it was impossible to produce any play until the Lord Chamberlain stamped license to them. Additionally this obstacle made Fielding unable to write satire and finished career of Fielding in the theatre, triggered Fielding and his a wife and two children without any income.
He forced himself to find another job and he had to study law in the Middle Temple. Then he was able to finish 6 year-course of study within three years. He started working hard but he could not succeeded. He was finally able to publish his extra famous play “Miscellanies”, which involved the novel “Jonathan wild” that had great satire on “great men”, and the criminal law system, and other things. Fielding had very poor condition after that as his wife and daughter were about to die and he was also struggling from crippling gout and he was full of financial problems. Then, he did not work on any extra writing, sonce he devoted his time to law works and with its help he could regain his wife’s health. Unfortunately , all this was useless for her and she, Charlotte died in Bath in 1744 year.
Fielding continued his writings from 1745 after getting inspiration from opposition to the Jacobite Rebillion who were supporters of the Stuart dynasty put the claim of prince Charles Edward. Henry possessed numerious reasons to contradict the Jacobites, such as religious and political reasons. Because English king was the Supreme Head of cathedral of England, while Charles Edward was Catholic. The reason why his position was so strange for this high rank status b of Charches, yet Henry was mainly powerful supporter of Anglican Establishment.