Selections from the Tatler, the Spectator and Their Successors
Collection of essays includes selected complete numbers of the Tatler and the Spectator, along with single essays from later publications. Known or "reasonably conjectured" authorship indicated. Several of the selected works are by Addison or Steele.
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Steele and Addison
Predecessors of the Tatler and Spectator
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