Hazlitt on English Literature: An Introduction to the Appreciation of Literature
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Hazlitt on English Literature: An Introduction to the Appreciation of Literature
By William Hazlitt
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  • HAZLITT ON ENGLISH LITERATURE
  • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE APPRECIATION OF LITERATURE
    • BY
    • JACOB ZEITLIN, Ph.D.
      • ASSOCIATE IN ENGLISH UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
      • NEW YORK
    • ASSOCIATE IN ENGLISH UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
    • NEW YORK
    • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
      • LONDON, TORONTO, MELBOURNE, AND BOMBAY HUMPHREY MILFORD
    • LONDON, TORONTO, MELBOURNE, AND BOMBAY HUMPHREY MILFORD
    • 1913
      • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
      • Copyright, 1913 by Oxford University Press american branch
    • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
    • Copyright, 1913 by Oxford University Press american branch
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • CHRONOLOGY OF HAZLITT’S LIFE AND WRITINGS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • WILLIAM HAZLITT
    • I
    • II
  • I
    • THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
  • II
    • SPENSER
  • III
    • SHAKSPEARE
  • IV
    • THE CHARACTERS OF SHAKSPEARE’S PLAYS
      • Cymbeline
      • Macbeth
      • Iago
      • Hamlet
      • Romeo and Juliet
      • Midsummer Night’s Dream
      • Falstaff
      • Twelfth Night; or, What You Will
    • Cymbeline
    • Macbeth
    • Iago
    • Hamlet
    • Romeo and Juliet
    • Midsummer Night’s Dream
    • Falstaff
    • Twelfth Night; or, What You Will
  • V
    • MILTON
  • VI
    • POPE
  • VII
    • ON THE PERIODICAL ESSAYISTS
      • “The proper study of mankind is man.”
    • “The proper study of mankind is man.”
  • VIII
    • THE ENGLISH NOVELISTS
  • IX
    • CHARACTER OF MR. BURKE, 1807[133]
  • X
    • MR. WORDSWORTH
  • XI
    • MR. COLERIDGE
  • XII
    • MR. SOUTHEY
  • XIII
    • ELIA
  • XIV
    • SIR WALTER SCOTT
  • XV
    • LORD BYRON
  • XVI
    • ON POETRY IN GENERAL
  • XVII
    • MY FIRST ACQUAINTANCE WITH POETS
  • XVIII
    • ON THE CONVERSATION OF AUTHORS
  • XIX
    • OF PERSONS ONE WOULD WISH TO HAVE SEEN
      • “Come like shadows—so depart.”
    • “Come like shadows—so depart.”
  • XX
    • ON READING OLD BOOKS
  • NOTES
    • THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
    • SPENSER
    • SHAKSPEARE
    • CHARACTERS OF SHAKSPEARE’S PLAYS
    • CYMBELINE
    • MACBETH
    • IAGO
    • HAMLET
    • ROMEO AND JULIET
    • MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
    • HENRY IV
    • TWELFTH NIGHT
    • MILTON
    • POPE
    • PERIODICAL ESSAYISTS
    • THE ENGLISH NOVELISTS
    • CHARACTER OF MR. BURKE
    • MR. WORDSWORTH
    • MR. COLERIDGE
    • MR. SOUTHEY
    • ELIA
    • SIR WALTER SCOTT
    • LORD BYRON
    • ON POETRY IN GENERAL
    • MY FIRST ACQUAINTANCE WITH POETS
    • ON THE CONVERSATION OF AUTHORS
    • OF PERSONS ONE WOULD WISH TO HAVE SEEN
    • ON READING OLD BOOKS
  • INDEX
  • INDEX
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