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Hunt, James H.
Hunt, James Henry Leigh
Brewer, Luther Albertus (1858-1933)
Browning, Robert (1812-1889)
Byron, George Gordon Byron Baron, 1788-1824
Hazlitt, William (1778-1830)
Houtchens, Lawrence Huston (b. 1898)
Hunt, Thornton Leigh (1810-1873)
Johnson, R. Brimley (1867-1932)
Johnson, Reginald Brimley (1867-1932)
Lamb, Charles (1775-1834)
Morpurgo, J. E.
Morpurgo, Jack Erik
Price, John de Valdimir
Shelley, Percy Bysshe (1792-1822)
Symons, Arthur (1865-1945))
autobiography of Leigh Hunt, with reminiscences of friends and contemporaries., The
autobiography of Leith Hunt, An : with reminiscences of friends and contemporaries
Classic tales : serious and lively
Companion (London, England)
correspondence of Leigh Hunt, The
day by the fire; and other papers, hitherto uncollected, A
Dramatic criticism : 1808-1831
dramatic works of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, The
Dramatic works of Wycherley, Congreve, Vanbrugh, and Farquhar
Essays and sketches
essays of Leigh Hunt, The
Examiner and London review
feast of the poets, 1814, The
feast of the poets, with notes, and other pieces in verse, The
Godfrey of Bulloigne;
Imagination and fancy; or, Selections from the English poets, illustrative of those first requisites of their art; with markings of the best passages, critical notices of the writers, and an essay in answer to the question, "What is poetry?"
indicator, and The companion a miscellany for the fields and the fire-side, The ; in 2 vol.
Indicator and the Companion, The : a miscellany for the fields and the fireside
Indicator (London, England)
Jack Abbott's breakfast.
jar of honey from Mount Hybla, A
Leaves from a Leigh Hunt note-book.
legend of Florence. A play., A
Leigh Hunt : a life in letters, together with some correspondence of William Hazlitt
Leigh Hunt as poet and essayist : being the choicest passages from his works
Leigh Hunt's autobiography: the earliest sketches;
Leigh Hunt's dramatic criticism, 1808-1831
Leigh Hunt's journal; a miscellany for the cultivation of the memorable, the progressive, and the beautiful.
Leigh Hunt's letter on Hogg's Life of Shelley, with other papers
Leigh Hunt's Literary criticism.
Leigh Hunt's London journal and the printing machine
Leigh Hunt's London journal. "To assist the inquiring, animate the struggling, and sympathize with all."
Letters to Leigh Hunt from his son, Vincent, with some replies
Liberal (London, 1822-23)
Liberal (London, England)
liberal verse and prose from the south., The
Literary examiner., The
Lord Byron and some of his comtemporanies with recollections of the author's life and of his visit to Italy
Lord Byron and some of his contemporaries; with Recollections of the author's life, and of his visit to Italy.
love of books, The
Luimig proza : Charles Lamb, Thackeray, Leigh Hunt [en] Villiers de l'Isle Adam
masque of anarchy. A poem., The
Men, women, and books [microform] : a selection of sketches, essays, and critical memoirs, from his uncollected prose writings
monthly repository, The
old court suburb; or, Memorials of Kensington, regal, critical, and anecdotical., The
One hundred romances of real life...
poetical works of Leigh Hunt, The
poetical works of Percy Bysshe Shelley., The
Political and occasional essays.
Reflector; a quarterly magazine, on subjects of philosophy, politics, and the liberal arts., The
round table: a collection of essays on literature, men, and manners, The
Round table: a collection of essays on literaure, men, and manners., The
Seer; or, Common-places refreshed., The
Selected writings of Leigh Hunt
Shelley - Leigh Hunt. How friendship made history and extended the bounds of human freedom and thought. Being reviews and leaders from The Examiner, etc.; with intimate letters between the Shelleys and Leigh Hunt, partly from unpublished manuscripts.
Sir John Vanbrugh;
Sir Ralph Esher
Some Lamb and Browning letters to Leigh Hunt.
Stories from the Italian poets, with lives of the writers
Stories in verse.
story of Rimini, 1816, The
story of Rimini, a poem, The
Studies en schetsen
Table talk. To which are added imaginary conversations of Pope and Swift.
Table-talk ; to wich are added Imaginary conversations of Pope and Swift
town; its memorable characters and events. St. Paul's to St. James's., The
Town [London], its memorable characters and events, by Leigh Hunt..., The
Webster's new biographical dictionary, 1988:
"What is poetry ?" including remarks on versification. Edited by Albert S. Cook,..., An Answer to the question
Wit and humor, selected from the English poets; with an illustrative essay, and critical comments.
Wit and humour selected from the Englisch poets
Wit and humour, selected from the English poets; with an illustrative essay and critical comments.
wit in the dungeon, 2005:, The
works of Percy Bysshe Shelley