Bibliography
William Hazlitt by J.B. Priestley (1994)

Place of publication London, unless stated otherwise.

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Collected Works
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Separate Works
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Bibliography

Bibliography: BIBLIOGRAPHY, by G. L. Keynes (1931).


Collected Works

THE COLLECTED WORKS, ed. A. R. Wailer and A. Glover. With an Introduction by W. E. Henley. 12 vols (1902-6).

THE COMPLETE WORKS, ed. P. P. Howe. 20 vols (1930-34). —a revision of the Waller-Glover edition, with additional notes, 'The Life of Napoleon', and other uncollected material.


Selections

ESSAYS ON POETRY, ed. D. N. Smith (1901).

ESSAYS, ed. C. Whibley (1906).

HAZLITT ON ENGLISH LITERATURE, ed. J. Zeitlin; New York (19I3) —contains a valuable biographical study.

SELECTED ESSAYS, ed. G. Sampson; Cambridge (1917).

THE BEST OF HAZLITT, ed. P. P. Howe (1923).

SELECTED ESSAYS, ed. G. L. Keynes (1930) —in the Nonesuch Library. The most comprehensive selection.

SELECTIONS FROM LAMB AND HAZLITT, ed. R. W. Jepson (1940).

SELECTED ESSAYS, ed. R. Wilson (1942).

HAZLITT PAINTED BY HIMSELF, ed. C. M. Maclean (1948).

LIBER AMORIS AND DRAMATIC CRITICISMS, ed. C. Morgan (1948).

THE ESSAYS: A SELECTION, ed. C. M. Maclean (1949).


Separate Works

AN ESSAY ON THE PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN ACTION (1805) —published anonymously.

FREE THOUGHTS ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS: OR ADVICE TO A PATRIOT (1806) — published anonymously.

AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE LIGHT OF NATURE PURSUED, by Abraham Tucker (1807)— published pseudonymously.

THE ELOQUENCE OF THE BRITISH SENATE; or, Select Specimens from the Speeches of the most distinguished Parliamentary Speakers, from the beginning of the Reign of Charles I., 2 vols (1807).

A REPLY TO THE ESSAY ON POPULATION, BY THE REV. T. R. MALTHUS. In a Series of Letters (1807) —published anonymously.

A NEW AND IMPROVED GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH TONGUE: FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS (1810).

MEMOIRS OF THE LATE THOMAS HOLCROFT. Written by himself [by Hazlitt] and continued to the time of his death. 3 vols (1816) —edited by E. Colby, 2 vols, 1925; reprinted in the World's Classics, 1926.

THE ROUND TABLE: A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS ON LITERATURE, MEN AND MANNERS, 2 vols; Edinburgh (1817).

CHARACTERS OF SHAKESPEAR'S PLAYS (1817) —reprinted in Everyman's Library, 1906, and in the World's Classics, 1917.

A VIEW OF THE ENGLISH STAGE: OR, A SERIES OF DRAMATIC CRITICISMS (1818) —edited by W. S. Jackson, 1900.

LECTURES ON THE ENGLISH POETS (1818) —reprinted in Everyman's Library, 1910, in the World's Classics, 1924; and edited by F. W. Baxter, 1929.

A LETTER TO WILLIAM GIFFORD, ESQ. (1819).

LECTURES ON THE ENGLISH COMIC WRITERS (1819) reprinted in the World's Classics, 19107, and in Everyman's Library, 1910.

POLITICAL ESSAYS, WITH SKETCHES OF PUBLIC CHARACTERS (1819).

LECTURES CHIEFLY ON THE DRAMATIC LITERATURE OF THE AGE OF ELIZABETH (1820).

TABLE TALK, 2 vols (1821-22) —reprinted in the World's Classics, 1901,and in Everyman's Library, 1908.

LIBER AMORIS: OR, THE NEW PYGMALION (1823) —published anonymously: reprinted privately, with additional material, 1894. Reprinted with Dramatic Criticisms, 1955.

CHARACTERISTICS: IN THE MANNER OF ROCHEFOUCAULT'S MAXIMS (1823) —reprinted 1927.

SKETCHES OF THE PRINCIPAL PICTURE-GALLERIES IN ENGLAND (1824).

SELECT BRITISH POETS, or New Elegant Extracts from Chaucer to the Present Time, with Critical Remarks (1824) — withdrawn owing to infringement of copyright in the contemporary section. Published in 1825 as Select Poets of Great Britain, omitting copyright matter.

THE SPIRIT OF THE AGE: OR CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITS (1825).

THE PLAIN SPEAKER: OPINIONS ON BOOKS, MEN, AND THINGS. 2 vols (1826)— reprinted in Everyman's Library, 1928.

NOTES OF A JOURNEY THROUGH FRANCE AND ITALY (1826).

THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. 4 vols (1826-30).

CONVERSATIONS OF JAMES NORTHCOTE, ESQ., R.A. (1830) —edited by F.Swinnerton, 1949.

LITERARY REMAINS OF THE LATE WILLIAM HAZLITT, with a Notice of his Life, by his Son (1836) — containing 22 essays.

SKETCHES AND ESSAYS. Now First Collected by his Son (1839) —containing 18 essays, reprinted from periodicals. Reprinted in the World's Classics, 1902.

CRITICISM ON ART: AND SKETCHES OF THE PICTURE GALLERIES OF ENGLAND. Edited by his Son, 2 series (1834-44) — edited as Essays on the Fine Arts, by W. C. Hazlitt, 1873.

WINTERSLOW: ESSAYS AND CHARACTERS WRITTEN THERE. Collected by his Son (1850) — reprinted in the World's Classics, 1902.

MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM HAZLITT, with Portions of his Correspondence. Edited by W. C. Hazlitt, 2 vols (1867).

LAMB AND HAZLITT. Further Letters, ed. W. C. Hazlitt (1900).

NEW WRITINGS OF WILLIAM HAZLITT, ed. P. P. Howe, 2 series (1925-27) comprising articles from various periodicals, etc.

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