About William Hazlitt

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1778 Born

1783 The family moved to Boston where Hazlitt, senior, took up his ministerial duties

1787 The family was back in England.

1817 In 1817 he brought out his first book of essays, Round Table

1821 Table Talk

1825 Spirit of the Age

1826 Plain Speaker

1828 his only effort in a lengthy piece(1828-30), The Life of Napoleon

1830 Died


Resources On The Web

Biographies - Rackets and Tea

The Quotations Page - William Hazlitt Quotations by Author

William Hazlitt - biography info

 

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