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December 27

Charles Lamb

1834 – Charles Lamb died at the age of 59. Born in London, he was reared Unitarian and was active in English Unitarian churches. A noted poet, novelist, and essayist, Lamb was the author of The Essays of Elisa, Tales of Shakespeare, among many other works.

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