TITLE

SIR ROGER AT HOME (4)

AUTHOR(S)
Addison
PUB. DATE
January 1913
SOURCE
Century of English Essays;1/1/1913, p66
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Essay
ABSTRACT
An essay is presented on the author's days with a baronet named Roger de Coverley during his stay in the latter's country house in England. The author notes his experience when he ventured in one of the part of the house of de Coverley which is said to be a haunted one that no living creature ever walks in it besides the chaplain. He also shares his views about a person who is terrified in the imagination of ghosts and spectres.
ACCESSION #
69695087

 

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