William Hazlitt - Bibliography - Selected Posthumous Collections

Selected Posthumous Collections

  • Literary Remains. 2 vols. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. London: Saunders and Otley, 1836.
  • Sketches and Essays. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. London, 1839.
  • Criticisms on Art. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. London: C. Templeman, 1844.
  • Winterslow: Essays and Characters. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. London: David Bogue, 1850.
  • The Collected Works of William Hazlitt. 13 vols. Edited by A. R. Waller and Arnold Glover, with an introduction by W. E. Glover. London: J. M. Dent, 1902–1906.
  • New Writings by William Hazlitt. Edited by P. P. Howe. London: Martin Secker, 1925.
  • New Writings by William Hazlitt: Second Series. Edited by P. P. Howe. London: Martin Secker, 1927.
  • Selected Essays of William Hazlitt, 1778–1830. Centenary ed. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes. London: Nonesuch Press, 1930.
  • The Complete Works of William Hazlitt. Centenary ed. 21 vols. Edited by P. P. Howe, after the edition of A. R. Waller and Arnold Glover. London: J. M. Dent, 1931–1934.
  • The Hazlitt Sampler: Selections from his Familiar, Literary, and Critical Essays. Edited by Herschel Moreland Sikes. Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications, 1961.
  • Selected Writings. Edited by Ronald Blythe. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1970.
  • The Letters of William Hazlitt. Edited by Herschel Moreland Sikes, assisted by Willard Hallam Bonner and Gerald Lahey. London: Macmillan, 1979.
  • Selected Writings. Edited by Jon Cook. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991.
  • The Selected Writings of William Hazlitt. 9 vols. Edited by Duncan Wu. London: Pickering and Chatto, 1998.
  • The Fight, and Other Writings. Edited by Tom Paulin and David Chandler. London: Penguin Books, 2000.
  • Metropolitan Writings. Edited by Gregory Dart. Manchester: Fyfield Books, 2005.
  • New Writings of William Hazlitt. 2 vols. Edited by Duncan Wu. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Other editors of Hazlitt include Frank Carr (1889), D. Nichol Smith (1901), Jacob Zeitlin (1913), Will David Howe (1913), George Sampson (1917), Arthur Beatty (1919?), Charles Calvert (1925?), A. J. Wyatt (1925), Charles Harold Gray (1926), G. E. Hollingworth (1926), Stanley Williams (1937?), R. W. Jepson (1940), Richard Wilson (1942), Catherine Macdonald Maclean (1949), William Archer and Robert Lowe (1958), John R. Nabholtz (1970), Christopher Salvesen (1972), and R. S. White (1996).

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