Hazlitt and Hunt, 1995

Compiled by Jonathan Gross, DePaul University

WORKS: COLLECTED, SELECTED, SINGLE , TRANSLATED

Hazlitt, William. "The Characters of Shakespeare's Plays: The Winter's Tale." The Winter's Tale: Critical Essays. Ed. Maurice Hunt. New York: Garland, 1995. 65-71.

Hazlitt, William. "Coriolanus." "Coriolanus": Critical Essays. Ed. David Wheeler. New York: Garland, 1995. 15-19.

Hazlitt, William. Liber Amoris. Preface de Virginia Woolf. Paris: Jose Corti, 1995.

Hunt, Leigh. Imagination and Fancy. Ed. John Valdimir Price. Foundations of Literary Theory: The Nineteenth Century. London: Routledge, 1995.

Lopate, Phillip, ed. The Art of the Personal Essay: An Anthology From the Classical Era to the Present. New York: Anchor Books, 1995.

Includes an essay by William Hazlitt.

The Romance of the Book. Delhi, NY: Birch Book P, 1995.

Includes work by Leigh Hunt.

Books and Articles Relating to Hazlitt and Hunt

Aske, Martin. "Critical Disfigurings: The `Jealous Leer Malign' in Romantic Criticism." Questioning Romanticism. Ed. John Beer. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1995. 49-70.

Bann, Stephen. "A Language of the Body?--The Art Criticism of William Hazlitt." Le Corps dans tous ses Etats. Textes Presentes a la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme d'Aquitaine les 13-14 mars 1992 et 5-6 mars 1993. Au Corps de Deux Colloques Organises par le G.E.R.B. avec l'Aide du British Council. Ed. Marie Claire Rouyer. Bordeaux: PU de Bordeaux, 1995. 27-35.

Barnett, Maura. "Anyone for `T'? A Reassessment of Art Criticism in The London Magazine Currently Ascribed to William Hazlitt." Victorian Periodicals Review 28 (1995): 58-62.

Cox, Jeffrey N. "Keats, Shelley, and the Wealth of the Imagination." SIR 34 (1995): 365-400.

Views the interactions between Keats and Shelley as part of Leigh Hunt's circle.

Duffy, Michael H. "Michelangelo and the Sublime in Romantic Art Criticism." JHI 56 (1995): 217-38.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Gray, Hunt, Keats and the Idea of Artistic Succession." KSJ (1995): 17-21.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Leigh Hunt, Theophile Gautier, Primitivism and the Romantic Ballet." University of Dayton Review 23 (1995): 99-114.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Patrick White, Leigh Hunt and `Sweet Music'." Quadrant 39 (1995): 97-99.

Edgeworth, Susan Bolet. "Varnished Tales: History and Artifice in the Novel, 1789-1830." Diss. Texas A&M U, 1995.

Links Mary Shelley's Mathilda to works by Leigh Hunt.

Freeman, Arthur and Janet Ing Freeman. "`The Report of the Illustrious Obscure': Hazlitt, Rackets, and the Coronation." The Book Collector 44 (1995): 27-36.

Gates, Eleanor M. "John Bowring, a Nineteenth-Century Kilroy." TWC 26 (1995): 103-6.

Gross, Jonathan. "Hazlitt's Worshipping Practice in `Liber Amoris'." SEL 35 (1995): 707-21.

Jones, Stanley. "More Hazlitt Quotations and Allusions: Shakespeare, The Bible, Milton, Quintillian/Steele, Pope, Burke." N&Q 42 (1995): 186-87.

Kandl, John. "Private Lyrics in the Public Sphere: Leigh Hunt's Examiner and the Construction of a Public `John Keats'." KSJ 44 (1995): 84-101.

Kandl, John. "The Public John Keats and the `Cockney School of Versification, Morality, and Politics': Private Lyrics in the Public Press of Regency England." Diss. New York U, 1995.

Mahoney, Charles Waite. "High Language: The Political and Figural Economies of Romantic Apostasy." Diss. Cornell U, 1995.

Martin, Raymond and John Barresi. "Hazlitt on the Future of Self." Journal of the History of Ideas 56 (1995): 463-81.

Newey, Vincent. "Keats, History, and the Poets." Keats and History. Ed. Nicholas Roe. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995. 165-93.

Rivera-Rodriguez, Ismael. "A Critical Edition of `The Thracian Wonder'." Diss. Pennsylvania State U, 1995.

Discusses Hazlitt's 1857 edition of "The Thracian Wonder."

Roe, Nicholas. "Keats's Commonwealth." Keats and History. Ed. Nicholas Roe. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995. 194-211.

Roe, Nicholas. "Keats's `Mawkish Fame'." N&Q 42 (1995): 185-86.

Deals with "Written on the Day Mr. Leigh Hunt Left Prison."

Sammons, Jeffrey L. "Heinrich Heine and William Hazlitt: Essays in Honor of Horst Daemmrich." Thematics Reconsidered. Ed. Frank Trommler. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 237-51.

Siegal, Jonah Sebastian. "Life and Work: The Artist in England in the Nineteenth Century." Diss. Columbia U, 1995.

Discusses Hazlitt's writings on art.

Trelawny, Edward John. "Burning Shelley's Body" NER 17 (1995): 72-73.

Woodberry, Bonnie Lee. "Odd Couples/Romantic Text: The Writings of Charles and Mary Lamb, William and Sarah Hazlitt, and Paul De Man." Diss. Florida State U, 1995.

 


Romantic Circles - Home / Scholarly Resources / Current Bibliography: Keats-Shelley Journal / Hazlitt and Hunt, 1995