Hazlitt

Hazlitt may refer to:

  • Hazlitt Theatre, one of the main theatres in Maidstone, Kent
  • Seth Hazlitt, a fictional character
  • Hazlitt (Classical Gazetteer), a short descriptive geographical dictionary by William Hazlitt written in 1851
  • Hazlitt's, a hotel in Soho, London

People named Hazlitt:

  • Frederick Hazlitt Brennan (1901-1962), American screenwriter
  • Gerry Hazlitt (1888-1915), Australian cricketer
  • Henry Hazlitt (1894-1993), libertarian philosopher, economics writer, and journalist
  • John Hazlitt (1767-1837), English artist
  • William Hazlitt (Unitarian minister) (1737-1820), Unitarian minister and author
  • William Hazlitt (1778-1830), English literary critic and essayist
  • William Hazlitt (registrar) (1811-1893), English writer, translator, and registrar
  • William Carew Hazlitt (1834-1913), English bibliographer, editor, writer, and lawyer

Other articles related to "hazlitt":

Peter George Patmore - Works
... letters were addressed to him, as were also the epistles subsequently collected by Hazlitt under the title of the Liber Amoris ... P.", Patmore was associated with Hazlitt's adultery with Sarah Walker, to the detriment of his reputation ... The authors imitated were Elia, Cobbett, Byron, White, Horace and James Smith, William Hazlitt, Jeffrey, and Leigh Hunt ...
Gerry Hazlitt
... Gervys Rignold Hazlitt, commonly known as Gerry, (4 September 1888, Enfield, New South Wales – 30 October 1915, Parramatta, New South Wales) was an ... Hazlitt, born with a weak heart, died after suffering a heart attack in 1915, aged 27 ... Persondata Name Hazlitt, Gerry Alternative names Short description Australian cricketer Date of birth 4 September 1888 Place of birth Date of death 30 October 1915 ...
Peter George Patmore - Life
... father's business, and became a man of letters, the friend of William Hazlitt and Charles Lamb, journalist and writer ... Patmore was Assistant Secretary of the Surrey Institution, where Hazlitt lectured in 1818, after which the two became personal friends ... thereby enabled to record many details about Hazlitt later drawn upon by the latter's biographers ...
Hazlitt Theatre
... The Hazlitt Theatre is one of the main theatres in Maidstone, Kent ... It was named after William Hazlitt, the famous essayist, who was born in Maidstone in 1778 ...
Duncan Wu - Biography
... and the non-fiction of Charles Lamb and William Hazlitt ... His latest volume, William Hazlitt The First Modern Man, was published by Oxford University Press in the UK on 20 October 2008 ... Association, and a founder member and former Chairman of The Hazlitt Society ...

Famous quotes containing the word hazlitt:

    Poetry is the universal language which the heart holds with nature and itself. He who has a contempt for poetry, cannot have much respect for himself, or for anything else.
    —William Hazlitt (1778–1830)

    One shining quality lends a lustre to another, or hides some glaring defect.
    —William Hazlitt (1778–1830)

    The least pain in our little finger gives us more concern and uneasiness than the destruction of millions of our fellow-beings.
    —William Hazlitt (1778–1830)