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The letters of Charles Lamb to which are added those of his sister Mary Lamb

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The letters of Charles Lamb to which are added those of his sister Mary Lamb

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditedby E.V. Lucas. Vol.1.
ContributionsLamb, Mary., Lucas, E. V. 1868-1938.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13973574M


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in Crown Office Row in the Temple, London. His father, John Lamb, who is described under the name of Lovel in Charles Lamb's essay ‘The Old Benchers of the Inner Temple,’ was the son of poor parents in Lincolnshire, and had come up as a boy to London and entered domestic service.Mary Anne Lamb (3 December - 20 May ), was an English poet and prose writer, the sister and collaborator of Charles Lamb.

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