Bibliographic information. Duncan Wu. Publisher.
Bibliographic information. New writings of William Hazlitt, Volumes 1-2. Author. 0199235732, 9780199235735.
These two volumes also provide a partial bibliography of Hazlitt's journalism.
William Hazlitt is viewed by many as one of the most distinguished of the non-fiction prose writers to emerge .
William Hazlitt is viewed by many as one of the most distinguished of the non-fiction prose writers to emerge from the Romantic period. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
He is also acknowledged as the finest art critic of his age. Despite his high standing among historians of literature and art, his work is currently little read and mostly out of print.
It benefits also from Wu's New Writings of William Hazlitt, many of which make their appearance here, illuminating hitherto obscure passages of. .
It benefits also from Wu's New Writings of William Hazlitt, many of which make their appearance here, illuminating hitherto obscure passages of Hazlitt's life.
Two volumes of new writings seem to represent the long-deserved canonisation by a major university publisher of an 'exceptional writer', as Duncan Wu describes Hazlitt in his introduction. Rather than a title that might have included the more circumspect 'miscellaneous' or 'uncollected', Wu has chosen to emphasise 'new'
William Hazlitt (Unitarian minister). Hazlitt was, in the words of Duncan Wu, "essentially a Socinian" in his religious beliefs.
William Hazlitt (Unitarian minister). Hazlitt's writings at this time included pamphlets entitled The Methodists Vindicated (1771) and Human Authority in Matters of Faith Repugnant to Christianity (1774). His writings criticise the persistence of Catholic doctrines in the Anglican church which, in Hazlitt's view, have no basis in scripture.
Liber Amoris, or, the New Pygmalion. Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine. Table Talk, Essays on Men and Manners. Shakespeare Jest-Books, Reprints of the Early and Very Rare Jest-Books Supposed to Have Been Used by Shakespeare.