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being in close relationship with beauty and truth’.7 Hazlitt used the term ‘gusto’ for this aesthetic intensity, a force that expressed the T  T    H  68 3 Ludwig Feuerbach, The Essence of Christianity, trans. George Eliot (1957), pp. 148–5. 4 Donald D. Stone, The Romantic Impulse in Victorian Fiction (1980), ch. 4. 5 William Hazlitt, ‘On the Principles of Human Action’ (1806, 1835), in Complete Works, ed. P. P. Howe (1930), vol. 1, pp. 48–9. Hereafter ‘Principles’. 6 Letter to J. H. Reynolds, 3 May 1818. See also Anthony Hatzimoysis, ed., Philosophy and the Emotions (2005). 7 Letter to G. and T. Keats, 21 Dec. 1817.

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