Talk:Charles Lamb

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B. 10 February 1775-D. 29 December 1834 A British poet, critic, and wit of the Enlightenment and early Romantic era, Lamb suffered from bouts of mental illness early in his life. Lamb associated with the likes of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Coleridge. He collaborated on several essays with his sister, who lived under his guardianship after she murdered their mother in a fit of madness. Works include:

Blank Verse (1798) Pride's Cure (1802) Tales from Shakespeare (1807) Adventures Of Ulysses (1808)

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