The collected works of William Hazlitt, Vol. 1 (of 12)
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The collected works of William Hazlitt, Vol. 1 (of 12)

By William Hazlitt
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  • THE COLLECTED WORKS OF WILLIAM HAZLITT
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
  • EDITORS’ PREFACE
  • THE ROUND TABLE
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • ADVERTISEMENT TO THE EDITION OF 1817
    • CONTENTS
    • No. 1.] ON THE LOVE OF LIFE [Jan. 15, 1815.
    • No. 2.] ON CLASSICAL EDUCATION [Feb. 12, 1815.
    • No. 3.] ON THE TATLER [March 5, 1815.
    • No. 4.] ON MODERN COMEDY [Aug. 20, 1815.
    • No. 5.] ON MR. KEAN’S IAGO [July 24, 1814.
    • No. 6.] ON THE LOVE OF THE COUNTRY [Nov. 27, 1814.
    • No. 7.] ON POSTHUMOUS FAME,—WHETHER SHAKSPEARE WAS INFLUENCED BY A LOVE OF IT? [May 22, 1814.
    • No. 8.] ON HOGARTH’S MARRIAGE A-LA-MODE [June 5, 1814.
    • No. 9.] THE SUBJECT CONTINUED [June 19, 1814.
    • No. 10.] ON MILTON’S LYCIDAS [Aug. 6, 1815.
    • No. 11.] ON MILTON’S VERSIFICATION [Aug. 20, 1815.
    • No. 12.] ON MANNER [Aug. 27, 1815. [Sep. 3, 1815.
    • No. 13.] ON THE TENDENCY OF SECTS [Sep. 10, 1815.
    • No. 14.] ON JOHN BUNCLE [Sept. 17, 1815.
    • No. 15.] ON THE CAUSES OF METHODISM [Oct. 22, 1815.
    • No. 16.] ON THE MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM [Nov. 26, 1815.
    • No. 17.] ON THE BEGGAR’S OPERA [June 18, 1815.
    • No. 18.] ON PATRIOTISM.—A FRAGMENT [Jan. 5, 1814.
    • No. 19.] ON BEAUTY [Feb. 4, 1816.
    • No. 20.] ON IMITATION [Feb. 18, 1816.
    • No. 21.] ON GUSTO [May 26, 1816.
    • No. 22.] ON PEDANTRY [March 3, 1816.
    • No. 23.] THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED [March 10, 1816.
    • No. 24.] ON THE CHARACTER OF ROUSSEAU [April 14, 1816.
    • No. 25.] ON DIFFERENT SORTS OF FAME [April 21, 1816.
    • No. 26.] CHARACTER OF JOHN BULL [May 19, 1816.
    • No. 27.] ON GOOD-NATURE [June 9, 1816.
    • No. 28.] ON THE CHARACTER OF MILTON’S EVE [July 21, 1816.
    • No. 29.] OBSERVATIONS ON MR. WORDSWORTH’S POEM THE EXCURSION [Aug. 21, 28, 1814.
    • No. 30.] THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED [Oct. 2, 1814.
    • No. 31.] CHARACTER OF THE LATE MR. PITT[61]
    • No. 32.] ON RELIGIOUS HYPOCRISY [Oct. 9, 1814.
    • No. 33.] ON THE LITERARY CHARACTER [Oct. 28, 1813.
    • No. 34.] ON COMMON-PLACE CRITICS [Nov. 24, 1816.
    • No. 35.] ON THE CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ OF THE BRITISH INSTITUTION [Nov. 10, 1816.
    • No. 36.] THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED [Nov. 10, 17, 1816.
    • No. 37.] ON POETICAL VERSATILITY [Dec. 22, 1816.
    • No. 38.] ON ACTORS AND ACTING [Jan. 5, 1817.
    • No. 39.] ON THE SAME [Jan. 5, 1817.
    • No. 40.] WHY THE ARTS ARE NOT PROGRESSIVE?—A FRAGMENT [Jan. 11, 15; Sep. 11, 1814.
  • CHARACTERS OF SHAKESPEAR’S PLAYS
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
    • CYMBELINE
    • MACBETH
    • JULIUS CÆSAR
    • OTHELLO
    • TIMON OF ATHENS
    • CORIOLANUS
    • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
    • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
    • HAMLET
    • THE TEMPEST
    • THE MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
    • ROMEO AND JULIET
    • LEAR
    • RICHARD II.
    • HENRY IV IN TWO PARTS
    • HENRY V.
    • HENRY VI. IN THREE PARTS
    • RICHARD III.
    • HENRY VIII.
    • KING JOHN
    • TWELFTH NIGHT; OR, WHAT YOU WILL
    • THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
    • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
    • THE WINTER’S TALE
    • ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
    • LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST
    • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
    • AS YOU LIKE IT
    • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
    • MEASURE FOR MEASURE
    • THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
    • THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
    • DOUBTFUL PLAYS OF SHAKESPEAR
    • POEMS AND SONNETS
      • CONSTANCY
      • LOVE’S CONSOLATION
      • NOVELTY
      • LIFE’S DECAY
  • A LETTER TO WILLIAM GIFFORD, ESQ.
  • NOTES
    • THE ROUND TABLE
      • ON THE LOVE OF LIFE
      • ON CLASSICAL EDUCATION
      • ON THE TATLER
      • ON MODERN COMEDY
      • ON MR. KEAN’S IAGO
      • ON THE LOVE OF THE COUNTRY
      • ON POSTHUMOUS FAME
      • ON HOGARTH’S ‘MARRIAGE À LA MODE’
      • THE SUBJECT CONTINUED
      • ON MILTON’S LYCIDAS
      • ON MILTON’S VERSIFICATION
      • ON MANNER
      • ON THE TENDENCY OF SECTS
      • ON JOHN BUNCLE
      • ON THE CAUSES OF METHODISM
      • ON THE MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
      • THE BEGGAR’S OPERA
      • ON PATRIOTISM—A FRAGMENT
      • ON BEAUTY
      • ON IMITATION
      • ON GUSTO
      • ON PEDANTRY
      • THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED
      • ON THE CHARACTER OF ROUSSEAU
      • ON DIFFERENT SORTS OF FAME
      • CHARACTER OF JOHN BULL
      • ON GOOD NATURE
      • ON THE CHARACTER OF MILTON’S EVE
      • OBSERVATIONS ON MR. WORDSWORTH’S POEM ‘THE EXCURSION’
      • THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED
      • CHARACTER OF THE LATE MR. PITT
      • ON RELIGIOUS HYPOCRISY
      • ON THE LITERARY CHARACTER
      • ON COMMON-PLACE CRITICS
      • ON THE CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ OF THE BRITISH INSTITUTION
      • THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED
      • ON POETICAL VERSATILITY
      • ON ACTORS AND ACTING
      • THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED
      • WHY THE ARTS ARE NOT PROGRESSIVE: A FRAGMENT
    • CHARACTERS OF SHAKESPEAR’S PLAYS
      • CYMBELINE
      • MACBETH
      • JULIUS CÆSAR
      • OTHELLO
      • TIMON OF ATHENS
      • CORIOLANUS
      • TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
      • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
      • HAMLET
      • THE TEMPEST
      • THE MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
      • ROMEO AND JULIET
      • LEAR
      • RICHARD II.
      • HENRY IV.
      • HENRY V.
      • HENRY VI.
      • RICHARD III.
      • HENRY VIII.
      • KING JOHN
      • TWELFTH NIGHT
      • THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
      • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
      • THE WINTER’S TALE
      • ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
      • LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST
      • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
      • AS YOU LIKE IT
      • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
      • MEASURE FOR MEASURE
      • THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
      • THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
      • DOUBTFUL PLAYS OF SHAKESPEAR
      • POEMS AND SONNETS
    • A LETTER TO WILLIAM GIFFORD, ESQ.
  • TRANSCRIBER’S NOTES
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