On the Pleasure of Hating

On the Pleasure of Hating

William Hazlitt


showing as a part of his Table-Talk sequence, a conversational sequence written on issues bearing on on a daily basis matters, William Hazlitt wrote "On the excitement of Hating" in 1823 in the course of a sour interval of his existence, amidst emerging controversy over his past works, in addition to the dissolution of his marriage. Disgusted with the fancy romantic literature which was once flourishing in that post-French Revolution interval, Hazlitt drew notion from the works of Jean Jacques Rousseau, Edmund Burke, and numerous recognized English poets. He grew to become referred to as one of many first English writers to make a occupation of descriptive feedback.

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