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Hazlitt is one of the greatest masters of English prose style. This title demonstrates the variety and richness of his writing. It includes classic pieces of drama and literature criticism, such as his essays on Shakespeare and Coleridge, as well as material from his social and political journalism.
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William Hazlitt (1778-1830) was a prolific journalist, parliamentary reporter, dramatic and literary critic, essayist and lecturer. He was the one of the first English writers to make a profession of descriptive criticism. Tom Paulin is a poet and teaches English at Hertford College, Oxford. His recent biography of Hazlitt (Faber) was published to critical acclaim. David Chandler is a Research Fellow in English at Christ Church, Oxford.
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