1825 in literature
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The year 1825 in literature involved some significant events and new books.
- Henri Boulard (born 1754) dies, leaving behind one of the greatest book collections in history, with a library containing more than half a million books.
- First publication of Samuel Pepys' Diary (1660–1669), edited by Lord Braybrooke from the transcription by Rev. John Smith.
- John and Michael Banim - Tales of the O'Hara Family
- Lydia Maria Child - The Rebels
- Sarah Green - Parents and Wives
- Wilhelm Hauff - Der Mann im Mond ("The Man in the Moon")
- Barbara Hofland - Moderation
- Henrietta Rouviere Mosse - A Father's Love and a Woman's Friendship
- Sir Walter Scott
- R. P. Ward - Man of Refinement
- Brillat Savarin - Physiologie du goût ("The Physiology of Taste")
- Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Aids to Reflection
- William Hazlitt - The Spirit of the Age
- Sarah Kemble Knight (d. 1727) - The Journal of Madam Knight
- Thomas Moore - Memoirs of the Life of Richard Brinsley Sheridan
- Aleksander Griboyedov - Woe from Wit (part published)
- James Sheridan Knowles - William Tell
- Harriet Lee - The Three Strangers
- Alexander Pushkin - Boris Godunov (published 1831, but approved for staging only in 1866)
- January 11 – Bayard Taylor, American poet (died 1878)
- February 18 – Mór Jókai, Hungarian dramatist and novelist (died 1904)
- March 3 – Annie Keary, English novelist, poet and children's writer (died 1879)
- April 20 – Emma Jane Guyton (Worboise), English novelist and magazine editor (died 1887)
- April 24 – R. M. Ballantyne, Scottish-born juvenile fiction writer (died 1894)
- June 7 – R. D. Blackmore, English novelist (died 1900)
- July 2 – Richard Henry Stoddard, American critic and poet (died 1903)
- October 19 – Jeanette Granberg, Swedish playwright and translator (died 1857)
- March 9 – Anna Laetitia Barbauld, English poet, essayist and children's author (born 1743)
- April 23 – Maler Müller, German poet, dramatist and painter (born 1749)
- May 6 – Maria Brontë, English elder sister of Charlotte, Emily and Anne (tuberculosis, born c. 1813)
- June 25 – Elizabeth Brontë, English elder sister of Charlotte, Emily and Anne (tuberculosis, born 1815)
- August 10 – Joseph Harris (Gomer), Welsh poet and journalist (born 1773)
- November 7 – Charlotte Dacre, English poet and Gothic novelist (born c. 1771)
- November 25 – Desfontaines-Lavallée, French novelist and dramatist (born 1733)
- Unknown date – Huang Peilie, Chinese bibliophile (born 1763)
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