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Richard Steele and Joseph Addison

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A wise remark will usher in an Eastern tale, and, not even in the papers of Steele or Addison are the subjects of characters, like the little beau, who would have been a 'mere indigent gallant,' magicked so deliciously to life. Finally, he did with 'The Man in Black' what Addison and Steele could so well have done with Sir Roger. Fielding and Smollett had written before him, and he saw that he could follow their art without resigning any of the graces of the essayist.

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A History of Story-telling
Studies in the development of narrative
By Arthur Ransome
Illustrator: J. Gavin
Published 1909
Available from gutenberg.org
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