Joseph Addison's "The Vision of Mirza" is a famous tale with an allegorical and moralising meaning involving the "Tide of time," the "Bridge of Life," and the "Valley of Misery." "The Vision of Mirza" is known for shrouding sacred truths.
"The Vision of Mirza" is also noted for showing Addison's imaginative and narrative sides, and it became an inspiration regarding later imitations of Spenser. Joseph Addison was born May 1, 1672, and was an English poet, playwright and essayist, according to NNDB.com. He is known for founding "The Spectator" magazine along with his friend Richard Steele. "The Vision of Mirza" and "Pilgrim's Progress" are considered to be two of the best allegorical examples in literature.