Table-talk. 2d series: opinions on books, men, and things. (Book, 1846) [WorldCat.org]
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Table-talk. 2d series: opinions on books, men, and things.

Author: William Hazlitt
Publisher: New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1846.
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Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830.
Table-talk. 2d series.
New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1846
(OCoLC)794817449
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Hazlitt
OCLC Number: 11845417
Notes: CONTENTS CONTINUED: v. 2. XX. On the spirit of monarchy. XXI. The Vatican. XXII. On Milton's sonnets. XXIII. On coffee-house politicians. XXIV. On the aristocracy of letters. XXV. On criticism. XXVI. On great and little things. XXVII. On familiar style. XXVIII. On effeminacy of character. XXIX. Whether actors ought to sit in the boxes. XXX. On the disadvantages of intellectual superiority. XXXI. On patronage and puffing. XXXII. On the picturesque and ideal. XXXIII. The main chance. XXXIV. On reason and imagination. XXXV. On respectable people. XXXVI. On novelty and familiarity.
Description: 2 volumes in 1
Contents: v. 1. On the feeling of immortality in youth. II. On the want of money. III. On sitting for one's picture. IV. Whether genius is conscious of its powers. V. On Londoners and country people. VI. On living to one's self. VII. On genius and common sense. VIII. Same subject continued. IX. Hot and cold. X. On thought and action. XI. Portrait of Vandyke. XII. On dreams. XIII. On envy (a dialogue) XIV. On the difference between writing and speaking. XV. on inconsistencies in Sir Joshua Reynolds's discourses. XVI. The same subject continued. XVII. On qualifications necessary to success in life. XVIII. Madame Pasta and Mademoiselle Mars. XIX. Sir Walter Scott, Racine, and Shakespeare.

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