The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 2 Elia and The Last Essays of Elia
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 2 Elia and The Last Essays of Elia

By Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb
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  • THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB, VOLUME 2
  • WITH A FRONTISPIECE
    • INTRODUCTION
    • CONTENTS
      • THE LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
        • APPENDIX TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
        • FRONTISPIECE
      • APPENDIX TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
      • FRONTISPIECE
    • THE LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
      • APPENDIX TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
      • FRONTISPIECE
    • APPENDIX TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
    • FRONTISPIECE
    • ELIA
    • OXFORD IN THE VACATION
    • CHRIST'S HOSPITAL FIVE AND THIRTY YEARS AGO
    • THE TWO RACES OF MEN
    • NEW YEAR'S EVE
    • MRS. BATTLE'S OPINIONS ON WHIST
    • A CHAPTER ON EARS
    • ALL FOOLS' DAY
    • THE OLD AND THE NEW SCHOOLMASTER
    • VALENTINE'S DAY
    • IMPERFECT SYMPATHIES
    • WITCHES, AND OTHER NIGHT-FEARS
    • MY RELATIONS
    • MACKERY END, IN HERTFORDSHIRE
    • MODERN GALLANTRY
    • THE OLD BENCHERS OF THE INNER TEMPLE
    • GRACE BEFORE MEAT
    • MY FIRST PLAY
    • DREAM-CHILDREN
    • DISTANT CORRESPONDENTS
    • THE PRAISE OF CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS
    • A COMPLAINT OF THE DECAY OF BEGGARS IN THE METROPOLIS
    • A DISSERTATION UPON ROAST PIG
    • A BACHELOR'S COMPLAINT OF THE BEHAVIOUR OF MARRIED PEOPLE
    • ON SOME OF THE OLD ACTORS
    • ON THE ARTIFICIAL COMEDY OF THE LAST CENTURY
    • ON THE ACTING OF MUNDEN
    • THE LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA
    • PREFACE
    • BLAKESMOOR IN H——-SHIRE
    • POOR RELATIONS
    • STAGE ILLUSION
    • TO THE SHADE OF ELLISTON
    • ELLISTONIANA
    • DETACHED THOUGHTS ON BOOKS AND READING
    • THE OLD MARGATE HOY
    • THE CONVALESCENT
    • SANITY OF TRUE GENIUS
    • CAPTAIN JACKSON
    • THE SUPERANNUATED MAN
    • THE GENTEEL STYLE IN WRITING
    • BARBARA S——
    • THE TOMBS IN THE ABBEY
    • AMICUS REDIVIVUS
    • SOME SONNETS OF SIR PHILIP SYDNEY
      • III
        • IV
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        • VI
        • VII
        • VIII
        • IX
        • X
        • XI
        • XII
      • IV
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      • XII
    • III
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      • XII
    • IV
    • V
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    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • XII
    • NEWSPAPERS THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
    • BARRENNESS OF THE IMAGINATIVE FACULTY IN THE PRODUCTIONS OF MODERN ART
    • REJOICINGS UPON THE NEW YEAR'S COMING OF AGE
    • THE WEDDING
    • THE CHILD ANGEL
    • A DEATH-BED
    • OLD CHINA
    • POPULAR FALLACIES
      • I.—THAT A BULLY IS ALWAYS A COWARD
        • II.—THAT ILL-GOTTEN GAIN NEVER PROSPERS
        • III.—THAT A MAN MUST NOT LAUGH AT HIS OWN JEST
        • IV.—THAT SUCH A ONE SHOWS HIS BREEDING.—THAT IT IS EASY TO PERCEIVE HE IS NO GENTLEMAN
        • V.—THAT THE POOR COPY THE VICES OF THE RICH
        • VI.—THAT ENOUGH IS AS GOOD AS A FEAST
        • VII.—OF TWO DISPUTANTS, THE WARMEST IS GENERALLY IN THE WRONG
        • VIII.—THAT VERBAL ALLUSIONS ARE NOT WIT, BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT BEAR A TRANSLATION
        • IX.—THAT THE WORST PUNS ARE THE BEST
        • X.—THAT HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES
        • XI.—THAT WE MUST NOT LOOK A GIFT-HORSE IN THE MOUTH
        • XII.—THAT HOME IS HOME THOUGH IT IS NEVER SO HOMELY
        • XIII.—THAT YOU MUST LOVE ME, AND LOVE MY DOG
        • XIV.—THAT WE SHOULD RISE WITH THE LARK
        • XV.—THAT WE SHOULD LIE DOWN WITH THE LAMB
        • XVI.—THAT A SULKY TEMPER IS A MISFORTUNE
      • II.—THAT ILL-GOTTEN GAIN NEVER PROSPERS
      • III.—THAT A MAN MUST NOT LAUGH AT HIS OWN JEST
      • IV.—THAT SUCH A ONE SHOWS HIS BREEDING.—THAT IT IS EASY TO PERCEIVE HE IS NO GENTLEMAN
      • V.—THAT THE POOR COPY THE VICES OF THE RICH
      • VI.—THAT ENOUGH IS AS GOOD AS A FEAST
      • VII.—OF TWO DISPUTANTS, THE WARMEST IS GENERALLY IN THE WRONG
      • VIII.—THAT VERBAL ALLUSIONS ARE NOT WIT, BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT BEAR A TRANSLATION
      • IX.—THAT THE WORST PUNS ARE THE BEST
      • X.—THAT HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES
      • XI.—THAT WE MUST NOT LOOK A GIFT-HORSE IN THE MOUTH
      • XII.—THAT HOME IS HOME THOUGH IT IS NEVER SO HOMELY
      • XIII.—THAT YOU MUST LOVE ME, AND LOVE MY DOG
      • XIV.—THAT WE SHOULD RISE WITH THE LARK
      • XV.—THAT WE SHOULD LIE DOWN WITH THE LAMB
      • XVI.—THAT A SULKY TEMPER IS A MISFORTUNE
    • I.—THAT A BULLY IS ALWAYS A COWARD
      • II.—THAT ILL-GOTTEN GAIN NEVER PROSPERS
      • III.—THAT A MAN MUST NOT LAUGH AT HIS OWN JEST
      • IV.—THAT SUCH A ONE SHOWS HIS BREEDING.—THAT IT IS EASY TO PERCEIVE HE IS NO GENTLEMAN
      • V.—THAT THE POOR COPY THE VICES OF THE RICH
      • VI.—THAT ENOUGH IS AS GOOD AS A FEAST
      • VII.—OF TWO DISPUTANTS, THE WARMEST IS GENERALLY IN THE WRONG
      • VIII.—THAT VERBAL ALLUSIONS ARE NOT WIT, BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT BEAR A TRANSLATION
      • IX.—THAT THE WORST PUNS ARE THE BEST
      • X.—THAT HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES
      • XI.—THAT WE MUST NOT LOOK A GIFT-HORSE IN THE MOUTH
      • XII.—THAT HOME IS HOME THOUGH IT IS NEVER SO HOMELY
      • XIII.—THAT YOU MUST LOVE ME, AND LOVE MY DOG
      • XIV.—THAT WE SHOULD RISE WITH THE LARK
      • XV.—THAT WE SHOULD LIE DOWN WITH THE LAMB
      • XVI.—THAT A SULKY TEMPER IS A MISFORTUNE
    • II.—THAT ILL-GOTTEN GAIN NEVER PROSPERS
    • III.—THAT A MAN MUST NOT LAUGH AT HIS OWN JEST
    • IV.—THAT SUCH A ONE SHOWS HIS BREEDING.—THAT IT IS EASY TO PERCEIVE HE IS NO GENTLEMAN
    • V.—THAT THE POOR COPY THE VICES OF THE RICH
    • VI.—THAT ENOUGH IS AS GOOD AS A FEAST
    • VII.—OF TWO DISPUTANTS, THE WARMEST IS GENERALLY IN THE WRONG
    • VIII.—THAT VERBAL ALLUSIONS ARE NOT WIT, BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT BEAR A TRANSLATION
    • IX.—THAT THE WORST PUNS ARE THE BEST
    • X.—THAT HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES
    • XI.—THAT WE MUST NOT LOOK A GIFT-HORSE IN THE MOUTH
    • XII.—THAT HOME IS HOME THOUGH IT IS NEVER SO HOMELY
    • XIII.—THAT YOU MUST LOVE ME, AND LOVE MY DOG
    • XIV.—THAT WE SHOULD RISE WITH THE LARK
    • XV.—THAT WE SHOULD LIE DOWN WITH THE LAMB
    • XVI.—THAT A SULKY TEMPER IS A MISFORTUNE
    • APPENDIX
    • ON SOME OF THE OLD ACTORS
    • THE OLD ACTORS
    • THE OLD ACTORS
      • MR. SUETT
        • MR. MUNDEN
      • MR. MUNDEN
    • MR. SUETT
      • MR. MUNDEN
    • MR. MUNDEN
    • NOTES
    • THE LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA
    • APPENDIX
    • INDEX
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