10 February 1775 – 27 December 1834
Crumbs To The Birds
Were I Diogenes, I would not move out of a kilderkin into a hogshead, though the first had had nothing but small beer in it, and the second reeked claret.
Charles Lamb (1775-1834), British essayist, critic. Letter, March 28, 1809, to Thomas Manning. Vol. 2, Complete Works of Charles Lamb (1882). On his horror of moving.
The greatest pleasure I know, is to do a good action by stealth, and to have it found out by accident.
Charles Lamb (1775-1834), British essayist, critic. Athenaeum (London, Jan. 4, 1834), "Table Talk by the Late Elia."
Shakespeare is one of the last books one should like to give up, perhaps the one just before the Dying Service in a large Prayer book.
Charles Lamb (1775-1834), British essayist, critic. letter, Feb. 1, 1806, to William Wordsworth. Bibliophile (1840).
Mohammed Asim Nehal
30 Jan 12:32
He was inspired by the master poet William Shakespeare and most of his work is adorable.
14 May 2018 04:49
what is message of this poem