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Charles Lamb


Nationality: Landon
Profession: Poet and Essayist
From: February 10, 1775 To December 27, 1834
Age: 59 Years

About Charles Lamb



The great English poet and essayist who was well known because essays of Elia for the books of children, he was also the major of literacy in England. Charles lamb was born on 10 February, 1775 at Landon. He was the son of John Lamb and Elizabeth Field. His father was a clerk of a lawyer and he spent most time of his professional life as the barrister’s assistant.

 He gained his early education from the Christ’s Hospital in 1789. He was best because of his inspiring poetry his great achievement was his letters and remarkable essays. His writing style is so intrusting and mannered.  His first essay was published in 1823. He is best known for his Essays of Elia Tales from Shakespeare. He is an extensive poet. He wrote many quotes, books and novels he was very famous and popular because of his stimulating poetry he said in his famous quote that:

We gain nothing by being with such as ourselves. We encourage one another in mediocrity. I am always longing to be with men more excellent than myself”

 

As we know he was an extensive poet he writes many poetry books for her readers that is massage for humans from the poet he write in his famous poetry book:

 

My sprightly neighbor, gone before

To that unknown and silent shore,

Shall we not meet, as heretofore?

Some summer morning,

This great author, novelist and an inspiring poet was dead at 27 December, 1775 at the age of 59 years because of the disease oh the Erysipelas in Landon.

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