Hazlitt and Hunt, 1996

Compiled by Jonathan Gross, DePaul University


Hazlitt, William. "The Picture" in The Oxford Book of English Love Stories,. ed. John Sutherland. New York: Oxford UP, 1996.

Books and Articles Relating to Hazlitt and Hunt

Born, Daniel. "Nonviolence and Nationalism in Leigh Hunt's Early Liberal Rhetoric," NCP, 23.1 (Spring 1996), 25-39.

Cox, Jeffrey N. "Staging Hope: Genre, Myth, and Ideology in the Dramas of the Hunt Circle," TSLL, 38.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1996), 245-64.

Harling, Philip. "Leigh Hunt's Examiner and the Language of Patriotism," The English Historical Review, 111 (Nov. 1996), 1159-81.

Jones, Stanley. "Further Quotations and Reminiscences in Hazlitt: Daniel, the Bible, Milton, Paine, Dorset," N&Q, 43.1 (Mar. 1996), 37-38.

Jones, Stanley. "LONDON: French 19th- and 20th-Century Art (Lefevre, Stoppenbach and Delestre, Noortman, Hazlitt, Gooden and Fox, Wildenstein, Agnews, Alan Cristea, Michael Parkin)," The Burlington Magazine, 138.1122, 615.

Kidwai, A. R. "Leigh Hunt's "Abraham and the Fire-Worshipper": A Possible Source," N&Q, 43 (Mar. 1996), 44-45.

Discusses influence of Sadi.

Moody, Jane. "'Fine Word, Legitimate!': Toward a Theatrical History of Romanticism," TSLL, 38 (Fall/Winter 1996), 223-44.

Includes a discussion of Hazlitt.

Natarajan, Uttara. "Hazlitt and the Real Language of Poetry," PQ, 75.2 (Spring 1996), 215-30.

Priestley, J. B. William Hazlitt. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1996.

Root, Christina. "Jacobin Poetics and Napoleonic Politics: Hazlitt's Critique of Wordsworth," ERR, 6.2 (Winter 1996), 227-45.

Schroeder, Horst. "An Unacknowledged Quotation in 'Pen, Pencil, and Poison,'" N&Q, 43.1 (1996), 51-52.

Oscar Wilde's use of William Hazlitt's borrowing from Edward Young.

Wu, Duncan. "Leigh Hunt's 'Cockney' Aesthetics," KSR, 10 (Spring 1996), 77-97.


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