Plain Speaker

PDF-file by William Hazlitt

Plain Speaker PDF ebook download The Plain Speaker was the last great collection of essays of William Hazlitt (1778-1830), the finest prose writer of the Romantic period. It is written with characteristic passion, and displays his erudition and wit to fine effect in some of his most important essays: 'On the Prose-Style of Poets', 'On the Conversation of Authors', 'On Reason and Imagination', and 'On Envy', to name a few. In this selection from the two-volume Plain Speaker, Tom Paulin and Duncan Wu have given priority to essays that address key critical issues both in Romantic studies today and the poetics of prose.

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