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  1. Selected Essays of William Hazlitt 1778 to 1830 by William Hazlitt, 2010-05-22
  2. The COLLECTED WORKS Of WILLIAM HAZLITT.In Twelve Volumes. Edited by A. R. Waller and Arnold Glover.With an Introduction by W. E. Henley. by William [1778 - 1830].Waller, A. R. & Glover, Arnold - Editors. Hazlitt, 1902
  3. William Hazlit. essayist and critic; selections from his writing by Hazlitt. William. 1778-1830., 1889-01-01
  5. Selected essays of William Hazlitt, 1778: 1830, by William Hazlitt, 1930
  6. Selected Essays of William Hazlitt: 1778-1830
  7. The Hazlitts: an account of their origin and descent, with autobiographical particulars of William Hazlitt (1778-1830), notices of his relatives and immediate ... of illustrative letters (1772-1865) ... by William Carew Hazlitt, 2010-09-04
  8. Selected Essays of William Hazlitt 1778-1830 by William Hazlitt, 1948-01-01
  9. The Hazlitts: an account of their origin and descent, with autobiographical particulars of William Hazlitt (1778-1830), notices of his relatives and immediate ... a series of illustrative letters (1772-1865) by William Carew Hazlitt, 1911-01-01
  10. SELECTED ESSAYS OF WILLIAM HAZLITT; 1778-1830. by Geoffrey. (Editor). Keynes, 1934
  11. The SPIRIT Of The AGE:or Contemporary Portraits. by William1778 - 1830]. [Hazlitt, 1825
  12. Literary Remains Of The Late William Hazlitt, With A Notice Of His Life by Hazlitt William 1778-1830, Hazlitt William 1811-1893, 2010-10-15
  13. William Hazlitt, Essayist And Critic, Selections From His Writings, With A Memoir, Biographical And Critical by Hazlitt William 1778-1830, Ireland Alexander 1810-1894, 2010-10-14

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2. William Hazlitt - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
William Hazlitt (10 April 1778 – 18 September 1830) was an English writer, remembered for his humanistic essays and literary criticism, and as a grammarian and philosopher.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about William Hazlitt the English literary critic and essayist. For other persons named Hazlitt, see Hazlitt (disambiguation) William Hazlitt
A self-portrait from about 1802 Born 10 April 1778
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London England Occupation Essayist literary critic painter philosopher Notable work(s) Characters of Shakespear's Plays Table Talk The Spirit of the Age On the Pleasure of Hating Notes Of A Journey Through France And Italy The Plain Speaker Influences Rembrandt George Berkeley David Hume Jean-Jacques Rousseau ... Samuel Taylor Coleridge Influenced John Keats Stendhal William Hazlitt (10 April 1778 – 18 September 1830) was an English writer , remembered for his humanistic essays and literary criticism , and as a grammarian and philosopher . He is now considered one of the great critics and essayists of the English language placed in the company of Samuel Johnson and George Orwell Yet his work is currently little-read and mostly out of print. During his lifetime he befriended many people who are now part of the 19th-century literary canon , including Charles and Mary Lamb Stendhal Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth

3. William Hazlitt (British Writer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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Table of Contents: William Hazlitt Article Article Additional Reading Additional Reading Related Articles Related Articles Supplemental Information Supplemental Information - Quotations Quotations - Spotlights Spotlights External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the William Hazlitt North America , where his father, a Unitarian preacher, supported the American rebels. The family returned to England when William was nine, settling in Shropshire. At puberty the child became somewhat sullen and unapproachable, tendencies that persisted throughout his life. He read intensively, however, laying the foundation of his learning. Having some difficulty in expressing himself either in conversation or in writing, he turned to painting and in 1802 traveled to Paris to work in the Louvre, though war between England and France compelled his return the following year. His friends, who already included

4. William Hazlitt
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William Hazlitt, the son of an Irish Unitarian clergyman, was born in Maidstone, Kent, on 10th April, 1778. His father was a friend of Joseph Priestley and Richard Price . As a result of supporting the American Revolution, Rev. Hazlitt and his family were forced to leave Kent and live in Ireland The family returned to England in 1787 and settled at Wem in Shropshire. At the age of fifteen William was sent to be trained for the ministry at New Unitarian College at Hackney in London . The college had been founded by Joseph Priestley and had a reputation for producing freethinkers. In 1797 Hazlitt lost his desire to become a Unitarian minister and left the college.
While in London Hazlitt became friends with a group of writers with radical political ideas. The group included Percy Bysshe Shelley Samuel Taylor Coleridge Charles Lamb William Wordsworth ... Robert Southey and Lord Byron . At first Hazlitt attempted to become a portrait painter but after a lack of success he turned to writing. Charles Lamb introduced Hazlitt to William Godwin and other important literary figures in London . In 1805 Joseph Johnson published Hazlitt's first book

5. Hazlitt, William - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Hazlitt
Hazlitt, William (1778–1830) English essayist and critic. His work is characterized by invective, scathing irony, an intuitive critical sense, and a gift for epigram., William

6. Hazlitt, William: Reply To The Essay On Populatio
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7. Essays Of Hazlitt, A List Of Those ON LINE At Blupete.
Links to online essays at blupete. Short biography, list of works, quotations.
William Hazlitt's General Essays. [Hazlitt's Page] [Hazlitt's Works]
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TITLE. QUOTE. On the Love of the Country
(November, 1814)
"We do not connect the same feelings with the works of art as with those of Nature, because we refer them to man, and associate with them the separate interests and passions which we know belong to those who are the authors or possessors of them." On Poetry
(From: Lectures on the English Poets
"Poetry is in all its shapes the language of the imagination and the passions, of fancy and will. Nothing, therefore, can be more absurd than the outcry which has been sometimes raised by frigid and pedantic critics, for reducing the language of poetry to the standard of common sense and reason: for the end and use of poetry, 'both at the first and now, was and is to hold the mirror up to nature', seen through the medium of passion and imagination, not divested of that medium by means of literal truth or abstract reason." Coleridge: From "Lectures on the English Poets"
"His Ancient Mariner is his most remarkable performance, and the only one that I could point out to anyone as giving an adequate idea of his great natural powers. ... He talked on for ever; and you wished him to talk on for ever. His thoughts did not seem to come with labour and effort; but as if borne on the gusts of genius, and as if the wings of his imagination lifted him from off his feet."

8. Hazlitt, William Definition Of Hazlitt, William In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Hazlitt, William, 1778–1830, English essayist. Abandoning the idea of entering the clergy, he took up painting and later journalism. He acted as parliamentary reporter and, William

9. HAZLITT, (William).
The 'Introductory Remarks' are by Richard Hengist Horne, during which he writes fairly 'These 'Characteristics' contain much that is cynical, though nothing malevolent, and the

10. UTEL: Characters Of Shakespear's Plays, By William Hazlitt (1817)
Online text from the University of Toronto English Library by William Hazlitt (1817).
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  • Printed Source: London: C. H. Reynell, 1817.
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13. A Biography Of William Hazlitt By J.B. Priestley
E-texts of the biography by J.B. Priestley and six of Hazlitt s works.
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Prologue I. Introduction II. A Happy Life III. History IV. Reviled Critic V. Criticism VI. Summary VII. Bibliography Anecdote Hazlitt's Works Biographies Library ... Home

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Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. William Hazlitt English essayist and literary critic (1778-1830) Hazlitt, William

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Quotation Search Results Author Hazlitt, William All that men really understand is confined to a very small compass; to their daily

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18. HAZLITT, (William).
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19. Hazlitt, William (DNB00) - Wikisource
HAZLITT, WILLIAM (1778–1830), essayist, born on 10 April 1778, was the son of William Hazlitt (1737–1820) and grandson of John Hazlitt, an Irish protestant, originally of,_William_(DNB00)

20. The Antichrist By | 1846858046 | 9781846858048
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