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The complete works of William Hazlitt,

Author: William Hazlitt; P P Howe; A R Waller; Arnold Glover; James Thornton
Publisher: London, Toronto, J.M. Dent and Sons, [1930-34]
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Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830.
Complete works of William Hazlitt.
London, Toronto, J.M. Dent and Sons, [1930-34]
(OCoLC)568651313
Online version:
Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830.
Complete works of William Hazlitt.
London, Toronto, J.M. Dent and Sons, [1930-34]
(OCoLC)607678535
Named Person: P P Howe
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Hazlitt; P P Howe; A R Waller; Arnold Glover; James Thornton
OCLC Number: 1913989
Notes: "Centenary edition."
"Limited to 1,000 sets for sale in England and the United States of America."
The general index and index of quotations were compiled by James Thornton.
Description: 21 v. fronts. (v. 1. col; v.21, fold.; incl. ports., facsim.) 23 cm.
Contents: v.1, An essay on the principles of human action (1805); Free thoughts on public affairs (1806); Preface to an abridgment of the Light of nature pursued (1807); A reply to Malthus; Preface and notes to The eloquence of the British senate (1807).- v.2, A new and improved English grammar (1810); Lectures on English philosophy (1812).- v.3, Memoirs of Thomas Holcroft (1816).- v.4, The Round table (1817); Characters of Shakespear's plays (1817).- v.5, Lectures on the English poets (1818); A view of the English stage (1818).-v.6, Lectures on the English comic writers (1819); Lectures on the age of Elizabeth (1820).- v.7, Political essays (1819).- v.8, Tabletalk, both series (1821-2).- v.9, A reply to Z (1818); A letter to William Gifford (1819); Introductions to Oxberry's New English drama (1818-21); Liber amoris (1823); Characteristics (1823); Introduction and notes to Select British poets (1824) .- v.10, Sketches of the principal picture galleries in England (1824); Notes of a journey through France and Italy (1826).- v.11, The spirit of the age (1825); Conversations of Northcote (1830).- v.12, The plain speaker (1826).- v.13-15, The life of Napoleon (1828-30).- v.16, Contributions to the Edinburgh review.- v.17-20, Contributions to periodicals and writings posthumously published.- v.21, General index.
Responsibility: edited by P.P. Howe after the edition of A.R. Waller and Arnold Glover.

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