Charles Lamb

noun
English essayist (1775-1834)
Syn: ↑Lamb, ↑Elia
Instance Hypernyms: ↑essayist, ↑litterateur

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Charles Lamb [Charles Lamb]
(1775–1834) an English writer. His best-known works are Tales from Shakespeare (1807), written for children with his sister Mary (1764–1847), and Essays of Elia, published in two collections in 1823 and 1833.

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