The narrator remarks that there are “high” people and “low” people, and that these two terms don’t necessarily refer to quality: “high” just means fashionable, and “low” means unfashionable.
lass isn’t as simple as “high” and “low.”
class there are hierarchies and different attitudes, meaning that two people might not get along despite coming from a similar background.
surprised that Mrs. Slipslop doesn’t seem to recognize Fanny.
chaste people in the world and much better than her lower social class would suggest.
who attempts to see beyond class and judge characters by their own virtues (
Joseph Andrews and Fanny are eager to get married at once.
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