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An interactive hypermedia environment for the study of The Tatler (1709-1711), The Spectator (1711-14), and the eighteenth-century periodical in general.
Spectator — Infoplease.com
The Spectator began Mar. 1, 1711, appearing as a daily, and lasted until Dec. 6, 1712. ... The Spectator was supposedly written by members of a small club, ...
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The Spectator (1711) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Spectator was a daily publication of 1711–12, founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in England after they met at Charterhouse School. ...
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The Spectator (18th-century British periodical) -- Britannica ...
Addison, Budgell, Parnell, Pope, Steele, Tonson, description, history of publishing, aesthetics, English literature, Franklin, journalism, literary sketch
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Days With Sir Roger De Coverley by Joseph Addison: THE SPECTATOR`S ...
THE SPECTATOR`S RETURN TO TOWN.. The complete text of Days With Sir Roger De Coverley by Joseph Addison. Addison messageboard, complete text of Addison's ...
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Prayatna: The Spectator - an 18th century innovation in publishing
The Spectator, a single sheet daily newspaper published by two Englishmen - Joseph Addison and ... What prompted Addison and Steele to start The Spectator? ...
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From The Tatler and The Spectator - Sidebar - MSN Encarta
Mixing politics, serious essays, and sly satire, the 18th-century periodicals The Tatler and The Spectator, founded by the statesmen and literary figures ...
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Uses Of The Spectator - by Joseph Addison (1711)
The essay ' Uses Of The Spectator ' first published in the 'Spectator' no. 10. (1711)
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Joseph Addison: <I>Spectator</I> no. 62
Joseph Addison: from The Spectator. No 62 . Friday, May 11, 1711. Scribendi recte sapere est et principiumet fons. HOR, Ars Poet. 309. ...
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Item of the Day: The Spectator, 8 vols., 1745 « Eighteenth-Century ...
However, as my friends have engages me to stand in the front, those who have a mind to correspond with me, may direct their letters to the SPECTATOR, ...
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