Table-Talk: Essays on Men and Manners
William Hazlitt was an English writer known for his humorous essays and literary criticisms. He best known for his writings on Shakespeare's plays and characters. This collection contains some of Hazlitt's best essays including; On Milton's Sonnets, On Coffee-House Politicians, On Criticism, On Great and Little Things, Why Distant Objects Please, On Corporate Bodies, Whether Actors Should Sit in the Boxes, and many more.
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Review: Table-Talk, Essays on Men and MannersUser Review - Naomi King - Goodreads
Hazlitt was, in his age, known not only for his painting but for his wit. Page through common books (collections of favorite quotations from books read and shared) of the mid to late Nineteenth ... Read full review
Review: Table-Talk, Essays on Men and MannersUser Review - Daniel Andrews - Goodreads
I have never seen a writer or a man like William Hazlitt, and I deathly fear I never will again Read full review