Title: Sir Roger De Coverly Papers
Publisher: Macmillan Company
Publication Date: 1954
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Hardcover, No Dj, Above Average Minimum Shelf Wear For A Book Of This Age, Pencil Marks On Inside And Backside Covers, Potentially A School Book This Collection Of Essays From The Spectator; Includes Introductory Chapters On The Historical Background For This 17Th/18Th Century Queen Anne Period, On The Evolution Of The Spectator, And On The Lives Of Joseph Addison And Richard Steele. Steele, The Founder Of The Tatler, And The Spectator With Addison, Sketched The Corresponding Plan Of The Spectator's Club, With Sir Roger De Coverley Representing The Honorable Values Of The Country Gentleman Of The Best Kind, As Here Set Forth From The Original Issues Of The Spectator In 1711 And Beyond. Bookseller Inventory # 001910
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