The spectator.

The Spectator (1711-14), by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, was an extremely innovative publication; it was enormously influential, not only in the content of its speculations on aesthetics, literary style, and urban life, but also as a medium. It, along with the Tatler, inaugurated the tradition... Full description

Other Authors: Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719., Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729., Smith, G. Gregory 1865-1932.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: London : J.M. Dent, [1945]
Series: Everyman's library ; 164-167
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362 0 |a No. l (March 1, 1710/11)-no. 635 (December 20, [1714]). 
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500 |a Reprint. Originally published daily (except Sunday), 1711-1712, and three times a week, 1714 (publication suspended between no. 555 (Dec. 6, 1712) and no. 556 (June 18, 1714)): London: Printed for Sam. Buckley ... and sold by A. Baldwin ..., [1711-1714]; principal contributors: Joseph Addison, Richard Steele. 
500 |a Imprint on v. 1 t.p.: London J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. New York E.P. Dutton & Co. Inc. 
500 |a "First published in Everyman's Library 1907; reset, with minor revisions, 1945; last reprinted 1961"--Verso of t.p. 
520 |a The Spectator (1711-14), by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, was an extremely innovative publication; it was enormously influential, not only in the content of its speculations on aesthetics, literary style, and urban life, but also as a medium. It, along with the Tatler, inaugurated the tradition of the daily periodical whose subject was not news, but literature and manners, and they adapted the gentlemanly culture of polite letters to a wide print audience. For scholars studying the relation between commerce and culture or the emergence of what Jurgen Habermas has called the 'bourgeois public sphere,' the work of Addison and Steele is seminal. -- Rutgers University. 
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