Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Essays By Leigh Hunt

James Henry Leigh Hunt was an English critic, essayist, poet and writer who lived from October 19, 1784 to August 28, 1859.   Hunt is unknown by his distinctive charm and perceptive judgments.  This was particularly true of his insights regarding his peers, Keats and Lord Tennyson.   You may read a selection of Leigh Hunt’s essays beginning at:


Alternatively, you may listen to an example of his essay style here:

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