Author:William Hazlitt (1778-1830)

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William Hazlitt
(1778–1830)
English writer remembered for his humanistic essays and literary criticism, esteemed as one of the greatest, in the company of Samuel Johnson and George Orwell; father of William Hazlitt, grandfather of William Carew Hazlitt.
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William Hazlitt

WorksEdit

BooksEdit

  • The collected works of William Hazlitt, 1902 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) Index

[v. 1] The Round table. Characters of Shakespear's plays. A letter to William Gifford, esq.--[v. 2] Memoirs of Thomas Holcroft. Liber amoris. Characteristics.--[v. 3] Free thoughts on public affairs. Political essays. Advertisement, etc., from The eloquence of the British senate.--[v. 4] A reply to Malthus. The spirit of the age, etc.--[v. 5] Lectures on the English poets and on the dramatic literature of the age of Elizabeth, etc.--[v. 6] Table talk and Conversations of James Northcote, esq., R.A.--[v. 7] The plain speaker. Essay on the principles of human action, etc.--[v. 8] Lectures on the English comic writers. A view of the English stage. Dramatic essays from 'The London magazine.'--[v. 9] The principal picture-galleries in England. Notes of a journey through France and Italy. Miscellaneous essays on the fine arts.--[v. 10] Contributions to the Edinburgh review.--[v. 11-12] Fugitive writings

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