The collected works of William Hazlitt / edited by A.R. Waller and Arnold Glover, with an introduction by W.E. Henley
- Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830
- London : Dent & co. New York : McClure, Phillips & co., 1902-1904.
- Physical Description:
- 12 volumes : frontispiece (portraits) ; 22 cm
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- [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. Advertisements, etc., from The eloquence of the British senate.--[v.4.] A replay 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 Converstions 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. Miscellanenous essays on the fine arts.--[v.10.] Contributions to the Edinburgh review.--[v.11-12] Fugitive writings.
- All the frontspieces except that in v.3. are portraits.
This edition is limited to 360 copies for America, of which this is no. 160.
- Bibliography Note:
- "Bibliographical note" in each volume except volume 10.
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