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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“Sailor Uncle, The,” 319, 510. 
St. Dunstan’s giants, 512. 
“Sea-Voyage, The,” 384, 513. 
“SHAKESPEAR, TALES FROM,” 1, 501. 
Shakespeare, William, and the Lambs, 1, 501. 
“Sister’s Expostulation on the Brother’s Learning Latin, The,” 456, 520. 
“Sparrow and the Hen, The,” 450, 519. 
“Spartan Boy, The,” 479, 521. 
Stoddart, Sarah, Mary Lamb’s letters to, 501, 502, 508, 512. 
“Suffer Little Children...,” 443, 519. 
“Summer Friends,” 488, 522. 
“Susan Yates,” 378, 513. 
Swinburne, Mr. A.C., on Lamb, 519.

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“TALES FROM SHAKESPEAR,” 1.
——­ how written, 501.
——­ how illustrated, 502.
——­ Godwin’s preface, 503.
——­ translation, 504. 
“Taming of the Shrew,” 126.
Telemachus, The Adventures of, 507. 
“Tempest, The,” 3. 
“Text, The,” 421, 518. 
“Thoughtless Cruelty,” 466, 521. 
“Three Friends, The,” 437, 519. 
“Time Spent in Dress,” 475, 521. 
“Timon of Athens,” 173. 
“To a River in which a Child was Drowned,” 416, 517. 
“To a Young Lady, on being Too Fond of Music,” 474, 521. 
Translations of Lamb’s work, 504, 510. 
Trimmer, Mrs., Lamb on, 501. 
“Twelfth Night,” 161. 
“Two Bees, The,” 432, 518.
“——­ Boys, The,” 455, 520.
“——­ Gentlemen of Verona,” 58.

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“ULYSSES, ADVENTURES OF,” 240, 505.

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“Visit to the Cousins,” 360, 511.

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“Wasps in a Garden,” 427, 518. 
Webster, Thomas, and Lamb, 519. 
“Weeding,” 454, 520. 
“What is Fancy?” 428, 518. 
“Which is the Favourite?” 451, 519. 
“Why not do it, Sir, To-day?” 471, 521. 
“Winter’s Tale, The,” 23. 
“Witch Aunt, The,” 368, 512. 
Wollstonecraft, Mary, 499. 
“WOODVIL, JOHN,” quoted, 513. 
Wordsworth, William, Lamb’s letters to, 502, 514. 
“Written in the First Leaf of a Child’s Memorandum-Book,” 430, 518.

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“Young Letter-Writer, The,” 436, 519. “——­ Mahometan,” 354, 511.

INDEX OF FIRST LINES

A bird appears a thoughtless thing, 408. 
A child’s a plaything for an hour, 455. 
A Creole boy from the West Indies brought, 452. 
A dinner party, coffee, tea, 453. 
A dozen years since in this house what commotion, 463. 
A little boy with crumbs of bread, 409. 
A little child, who had desired, 470. 
A Sparrow, when Sparrows like Parrots could speak, 450. 
A wicked action fear to do, 447. 
Abject, stooping, old, and wan, 451. 
After the tempest in the sky, 469. 
An infant is a selfish sprite, 425. 
Anger in its time and place, 429. 

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