The Works of Charles Lamb

Author: Charles Lamb

Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC


Category: Literary Collections

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It was noontide. The sun was very hot. An old gentlewoman sat spinning in a little arbor at the door of her cottage. She was blind; and her granddaughter was reading the Bible to her. The old lady had just left her work to attend to the story of Ruth.


Author: Charles 1775-1834 Lamb

Publisher: Wentworth Press


Category: History

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