Bibliography of the Writings of Charles and Mary Lamb: A Literary History

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J.R. Tutin, 1908 - 141 pagine

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Pagina 4 - Original Letters, etc., of Sir John Falstaff and his friends, now first made public by a gentleman, a descendant of Dame Quickly, from genuine manuscripts which have been in the possession of the Quickly family near four hundred years.
Pagina 36 - Prince Dorus ; or, Flattery put out of Countenance. A Poetical Version of an Ancient Tale. Illustrated with a series of elegant Engravings.
Pagina 12 - Rosamund Gray !" How much knowledge of the sweetest and deepest part of our nature in it ! When I think of such a mind as Lamb's — when I see how unnoticed remain things of such exquisite and complete perfection, what should I hope for myself, if I had not higher objects in view than fame ? I have seen too little of Italy, and of pictures.
Pagina 112 - SATAN IN SEARCH OF A WIFE WITH THE WHOLE PROCESS OF HIS COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE, AND WHO DANCED AT THE WEDDING BY AN EYE WITNESS...
Pagina 14 - THE PICCOLOMINI, or the First Part of Wallenstein, a Drama in five acts. Translated from the German of Frederick Schiller by ST Coleridge. London : Printed for TN Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster Row, 1800. 8vo., half-title, title, pp. iv + 214. THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN.
Pagina 39 - LAMB, Charles.— Beauty and the Beast ; or, A Rough Outside with a Gentle Heart. A Poem. Fcap.
Pagina 137 - In poets as true genius is but rare, True taste as seldom is the critic's share.
Pagina 3 - Mention nothing of poetry. I have destroyed every vestige of past vanities of that kind. Do as you please, but if you publish, publish mine (I give free leave) without name or initial, and never send me a book, I charge you.
Pagina 38 - A Rough Outside with a Gentle Heart. A Poetical Version of an Ancient Tale. | Illustrated with | a series of engravings, | And Beauty's Song at her spinning Wheel.
Pagina 14 - ... with weeping: the heart is dead, the world is empty, and further gives it nothing more to the wish. Thou Holy One, call thy child home. I have enjoyed the happiness of this world, I have lived and have loved. I cannot but add here an imitation of this song, with which the author of " The Tale of Rosamond Gray and Blind Margaret" has favoured me, and which appears to me to have caught the happiest manner of our old ballads.

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