Joseph Addison and Richard Steele are not only the pioneers of the modern essay but also of journalism. Through The Tatler and The Spectator, both of them dealt with the life and manners of the eighteenth-century England and gently satirised its famed Spectator Club and its founder member Sir Roger de Coverley, a typical country squire of his time. The present critical study, originally prepared by Dr. Raghukul Tilak, has now been thoroughly revised, edited and updated by Prof. Shakti Batra.

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