Addison"s Sir Roger de Coverley, from The spectator with full notes, life of Addison, etc. by Joseph Addison

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Published by Gage in Toronto .

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Other titlesSir Roger de Coverley
Statementby Charles Pelham Mulvany, for the use of students preparatory to intermediate examinations.
SeriesW.J. Gage & Co."s English classics
ContributionsMulvany, Charles Pelham, 1835-1885.
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Paginationv, 46, viii p. ;
Number of Pages46
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Open LibraryOL19537666M

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Answer: Joseph Addison and Richard Steele were the two distinguished essayists of the 18 th century England who flourished and flowered English prose to its highest peak. However, in the essay collection entitled “The Coverley Paper” Sir Roger de Coverley is the best creation by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele.

His character is a well mixture of hospitality, humanity. Joseph Addison, (born May 1,Milston, Wiltshire, England—died JLondon), English essayist, poet, and dramatist, who, with Richard Steele, was a leading contributor to and guiding spirit of the periodicals The Tatler and The writing skill led to his holding important posts in government while the Whigs were in power.

Addison's close friendship with Richard Steele and Jonathan Swift led to his involvement in the Tatler (–10), but he is best known for his contributions to the Spectator, which included most of the ‘Sir Roger de Coverley’ papers and important essays on Milton and Locke.

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All who know that shire are very well acquainted with the parts and merits of Sir Roger. The Sir Roger de Coverley series is based on a series of characters conceived by Thomas Steele for the literary magazine “The Spectator” which was first published in March Thomas Steel depicted Sir Roger as the ideal country gentleman from the county of Worcestershire; Sir Roger was a stalwart Tory and a pious Christian; a man with an.

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Read More History of English Literature This led to the creation of the fictitious Spectator Club, and its members—Sir Andrew, Will Honeycomb, Captain Sentry and, of course, Sir Roger de Coverley.

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The Spectator's Account of Himself summary in English the spectator club line by line explanation essays of joseph Addison character of sir roger. of papers relating to the Spectator Club and SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY, who was the central figure in Steele and Addison's Spectator.

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by Addison, Joseph and Sir Richard Steele. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Joseph Addison (1 May – 17 June ) was an English essayist, poet, playwright and politician. He was the eldest son of The Reverend Lancelot name is usually remembered alongside that of his long-standing friend Richard Steele, with whom he founded The Spectator magazine.

His simple prose style marked the end of the mannerisms and Born: 1 MayMilston, Wiltshire, England. Joseph Addison. The Spectator. Birthplace: Milston, Wiltshire, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Poets' C.

English essayist, poet and man of letters, eldest son of Lancelot Addison, later dean of Lichfield, was born at his father's rectory of Milston in Wiltshire, on the 1st of May Born:   In the Coverley Essays, Sir Roger has been characterized vividly by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele.

Sir Roger is presented in these essays as kind, generous, lovable and sometimes as a peculiar person. But in the hand of Joseph Addison, Sir Roger's character is conveyed ironically.

For that reason he sometimes seems odd. Sir Roger de Coverly was the name of a rakish character in popular literature in the early 18 th century. He was supposedly a country squire from Worcestershire, and a member of a small club which ran the popular newspaper The Spectator that appeared daily from toand his grandfather was said to have invented the dance that went by.The Spectator / [by Addison, Steele and others] The Spectator / [by Addison, Steele and others] The Spectator / (by Addison and Steele); ed.

with an intro. and notes by ; The Spectator / By Addison, Steele and others no. 1 Mar. Mar. ; Sir Roger de Coverley [microform]: papers from the Spectator / by Joseph Addison.It is recorded by Budgell, that of the characters feigned or exhibited in the Spectator, the favourite of Addison was Sir Roger de Coverley, of whom he had formed a very delicate and discriminated idea, which he would not suffer to be violated; and therefore when Steele had.

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