The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 3 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 613 pages of information about The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Volume 3.

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Elia in translation, 504. 
“Elinor Forester,” 350, 511. 
“Elizabeth Villiers,” 319, 510. 
“Emily Barton,” 360, 511. 
“End of May, The,” 422, 518. 
“Envy,” 404, 516. 
“Eyes,” 467, 521.

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“Fairy, The,” 476, 521. 
“Farmhouse, The,” 328, 310. 
“Father’s Wedding Day, The,” 350, 511. 
“Feigned Courage,” 424, 518. 
Fenelon, his Telemachus, 507. 
Field, Mary, the Lambs’ grandmother, 511. 
“First Going to Church,” 378, 513.
“——­ of April, The,” 416, 517.
“——­ Tooth, The,” 415, 517. 
“Force of Habit, The,” 470, 521.

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Gillray, James, his caricature of Lamb, 499.  Glanvill, Joseph, on witchcraft, 513.  Godwin, Mrs., Lamb’s hostility to, 500. ——­ her choice in pictures, 502. ——­ her preface to Mrs. Leicester’s School (?), 509.  —­ William, his meeting with Lamb, 499. ——­ becomes a publisher, 500. ——­ his influence on Lamb’s career, 500. ——­ his preface to Tales from Shakespear, 503. ——­ his criticism of The Adventures of Ulysses, 506. ——­ Lamb’s reply to him, 506.  “Going into Breeches,” 419, 517.  “Good Temper,” 460, 520.  “Great Grandfather, The,” 478, 521.

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“Hamlet,” 199. 
Hazlitt, Sarah. See Sarah Stoddart. 
Hazlitt, William, 500, 501. 
Hodgkins, Thomas, Godwin’s manager, 500. 
“Home Delights,” 471, 521. 
Homer, in Chapman’s translation, 505, 507.

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“Incorrect Speaking,” 462, 520.

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“JOHN WOODVIL” quoted, 513. 
“Journey from School and to School, The,” 434, 518. 
Juvenile literature, Lamb on, 500.

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“King Lear,” 92. 
“KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS,” 389, 513.

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Lamb, Charles, and books for children, 499. ——­ and William Godwin, 499, 505. ——­ and Mrs. Godwin, 500, 502. ——­ on Mrs. Barbauld and Mrs. Trimmer, 500, 501. ——­ and Tales from Shakespear, 501. ——­ and the Godwins’ illustrator, 502. ——­ and The Adventures of Ulysses, 505. ——­ kisses Chapman’s Homer, 505. ——­ commends it to Coleridge, 505. ——­ on publishers and authors, 506. ——­ and Mrs. Leicester’s School, 508. ——­ his affection for St. Dunstan’s giants, 512. ——­ and Stackhouse’s picture of the witch, 513. ——­ his father and Lincolnshire, 513.  Lamb, Charles, and church bells, 513. ——­ his first children’s book, 513. ——­ and The King and Queen of Hearts, 513. ——­ and Poetry for Children, 515. ——­ his union with his sister, 515. ——­ and Prince Dorus, 522.  —­ Elizabeth,

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