There is no greatest playwright in the world than W. Shakespeare. But however useful the study of his play may be for one's education, it may also have a persnicious effect. I'm sure there were dozens of talented dramatists in English literature who were eclipsed by Shakespeare's fame and reputation. For example, recently I found the collection of H. Fielding's plays. We all know the brilliant "Shamela", "Joseph Andrews", "Tom Jones", and I cannot imagine that a person so witty, intelligenat and of such immense talent as Fielding could produce plays not worth reading or acting. Did anybody read his plays? Can you suggest which of them are particularly bright?