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Charles Lamb and his contemporaries

being the Clark Lectures, delivered at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1932.

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        StatementUniv. Press
        PublishersUniv. Press
        LC Classifications1933
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        Paginationxvi, 128 p. :
        Number of Pages44
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        2Clark lectures (University of Cambridge)

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13 January 2009 at the Retrieved 4 June 2008• Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington, Charles Lamb: his friends, his haunts, and his books, Folcroft, Pa. Further Reading on Charles Lamb An excellent biography of Lamb is Edward V. Lamb's poems garnered little attention and are seldom read today.

Anecdotes about Charles Lamb (1775

That is why he often laughs through his tears. Lamb's essay "On the Tragedies of Shakespeare Considered with Reference to their Fitness for Stage Representation", which was originally published in the Reflector in 1811 with the title "On Garrick, and Acting; and the Plays of Shakspeare, considered with reference to their fitness for Stage Representation", has often been taken as the ultimate Romantic dismissal of the theatre.

Portrait plaque of Lamb sculpted by Lamb was born in London, the son of Elizabeth Field and John Lamb. By 1833 the frequency and duration of Mary's attacks had increased so that she needed almost constant care, so the Lambs moved to Edmonton to be near Mary's nurse. This bittersweet tone remains the hallmark of Lamb's style. In fact, he has often been called the prince of all the essayists England has so far produced. God almighty have us all in his keeping. ' Keats looked at me, Wordsworth looked at the comptroller.

He prefers bye-ways to highways. The Last Essays of Elia, 1833 Notes [ ]• In the essays of the writers before him we are aware of a well-marked distance between the writer and ourselves. When you buy books using these links the Internet Archive may earn a. ' At this place, at Shrewsbury which is not only remarkable for its celebrated cakes, and for having been the point of rendezvous for Falstaff's regiment of foot, but also, if I may presume to speak of it, for the first development of the imaginative faculty in myself, by which faculty I would be Charles Lamb and his contemporaries to mean, etc.

Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e. Did I not see you in your cups at nine o'clock this morning? Bacon and Addison perch themselves, as it were, on a pedestal, and cast pearls before the readers standing below.