Selected Essays From The Spectator - STEELE AND ADDISON Selected Essays From The Spectator - STEELE AND ADDISON

Selected Essays From The Spectator - STEELE AND ADDISON

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
I. Life of Addison
II. Addison's Character
III. Addison's Literary Work
IV. The Periodical Essay
V. The Character, Influence, and Importance of The Spectator
H. V. Routh on The Tatler and The Spectator
VI. Richard Steele
VII. Addison versus Steele
VIII. Addison's Essays
H.V. Routh on Addison
Macaulay's Observation on Addison
IX. Addison's Humour, Satire, and Irony
X. Addison's Prose Style
XI. An Additional Note on the Emergence of the Periodical Essay

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I. The Spectator's Account of Himself
II. Of the Club
III. Sir Roger at Home
IV. The Coverley Household
V. Character of Will Wimble
VI. Sir Roger's Ancestors
VII. On Ghosts and Apparitions
VIII. Sir Roger at Church
IX. His Account of His Disappontment in Love
X. On the Shame and Fear of Poverty
XI. Labour and Exercise
XII. A Hunting Scene with Sir Roger
XIII. On Witchcraft�Story of Moll White
XIV. Sir Roger's Reflections on the Widow
XV. Rural Manners
XVI. Fans
XVII. The Scope of Satire
XVIII. Meditations in the Abbey
XIX. The Aim of The Spectator
XX. Female Orators