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Charles Lamb

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I always arrive late at the office, but I make up for it by leaving early.

— Charles Lamb

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Tis the privilege of friendship to talk nonsense, and to have her nonsense respected.

— Charles Lamb

#nonsense #friendship

Let us live for the beauty of our own reality.

— Charles Lamb

#let us #live #our #own #reality

I love to lose myself in other men's minds.... Books think for me.

— Charles Lamb


Think what you would have been now, if instead of being fed with tales and old wives' fables in childhood, you had been crammed with geography and natural history!

— Charles Lamb


Not many sounds in life, and I include all urban and all rural sounds, exceed in interest a knock at the door.

— Charles Lamb


My theory is to enjoy life, but the practice is against it.

— Charles Lamb

#enjoy #enjoy life #life #practice #theory

Friend of my bosom, thou more than a brother, Why wert thou not born in my father's dwelling?

— Charles Lamb

#friend #friendship #friendship

Man is a gaming animal. He must always be trying to get the better in something or other.

— Charles Lamb

#animal #better #gaming #get #man

New Year's Day is every man's birthday.

— Charles Lamb

#day #every #man #new #year

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Lucas suggests that sometime in 1781 Charles left Mrs. In one famous story Boyer was said to have knocked one of Leigh Hunt's teeth out by throwing a copy of Homer at him from across the room. " The essays "Dream Children" "New Year's Eve" and several others speak of the many years that Lamb spent pursuing his love that ultimately failed.

V. Charles Lamb (10 February 1775 – 27 December 1834) was an English essayist best known for his Essays of Elia and for the children's book Tales from Shakespeare which he produced with his sister Mary Lamb (1764–1847).

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