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Fri Mar 21 17:12:13 2014 UTClccn-n500373340.10London, to [John Churton] Collins,0.571.00Collection of engravings,59207355Alfred_Aingern 5003733472574Ainger.lccn-n79067888Lamb, Charles1775-1834lccn-n50037868Lamb, Mary1764-1847lccn-n80050344Crabbe, George1754-1832lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n50025904Sichel, Edith Helen1862-1914lccn-n50074501Du Maurier, George1834-1896np-meeching, henry charles$1859 1919Meeching, Henry Charles1859-1919edtlccn-n78092852Galt, John1779-1839lccn-n80040356Hood, Thomas1799-1845lccn-nr87000809Adams, MorleyAinger, Alfred1837-1904Juvenile worksStories, plots, etcFictionRecords and correspondenceParaphrasesBiographyChurch historyCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographySermonsShakespeare, William,Lamb, Charles,Crabbe, George,English essaysPlots (Drama, novel, etc.)ScotlandLiterature--AdaptationsAuthors, EnglishAinger, Alfred,English literatureManners and customsChildren's storiesDu Maurier, George,English dramaChildren's stories, EnglishLamb, Mary,AuthorsEssaysLamb, CharlesCriticism and interpretationHogarth, William,Scotland--AyrshireTravelFitzGerald, Edward,Humorous poetry, EnglishMorley, Henry,StudentsBooks and readingLiterature, ModernClergyPoets, EnglishBlunden, Edmund,English prose literatureEnglishConduct of lifeChildren--Conduct of lifeTalesIllustrated children's booksChurch of EnglandSermons, EnglishAddison, Joseph,English poetryShorthandSwift, Jonathan,Tupper, Charles,--Sir,Randolph familyEnglish fictionLibrariesPoetryLindsay, Vachel,1837190418681870187118721874187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061908190919101911191219131914191519161917191919201921192219231925192619281929193119321934194019441968197019721973197619782003200420052009201020116758209856822.33PR2877ocn003069068ocn001302413ocn001560228ocn005848213ocn005855273ocn002774500ocn002774584ocn005855387ocn005848236ocn0017029491572131ocn000691379book18790.59Ainger, AlfredCharles LambCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCharles Lamb (1775-1834), essayist, poet, humorist, critic and letter-writer, has an enduring reputation for his early Tales from Shakespeare (1807), written in collaboration with his sister Mary, and his Essays of Elia, first published in the London Magazine. This thematic selection of Lamb's writings - essays, dramatic criticism, verse and letters - not only demonstrates his literary achievements; it forms a self-portrait of the writer: generous, amused, and gregarious, finding imaginative escape from grim circumstances in the teeming life of London and the theatre. The reader is drawn into+-+130985356672922ocn001619894book19030.56Ainger, AlfredCrabbeBiography+-+428966469662760ocn003069068book18870.66Lamb, CharlesThe letters of Charles LambBiographyRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogs58994ocn001560228book18180.50Lamb, CharlesEssays of Elia : Last essays of EliaThe English author Chalres Lamb's personal essays, that appeared in the London Magazine in the 1820s under the pseudonym "Elia," were the most popular of their time, establishing Lamb as one of the foremost essayists of his age49098ocn000324920book18780.18Lamb, CharlesTales from ShakespeareHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionQuotationsParaphrasesParodies, imitations, etcStories, plots, etcShort storiesShakespeare's fourteen comedies and six tragedies retold in prose46446ocn006751204book18780.73Lamb, CharlesThe life and works of Charles Lamb33935ocn003374874book18000.56Lamb, CharlesPoems, plays and miscellaneous essays of Charles Lamb28220ocn005848213book18850.35Lamb, CharlesMrs. Leicester's school, and other writings in prose and verse26312ocn000565465book19050.79Ainger, AlfredLectures and essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc1365ocn000733393book18950.73Galt, JohnAnnals of the parish, or, The chronicle of Dalmailing during the ministry of the Rev. Micah Balwhidder, written by himselfChurch historyBiographyFiction1124ocn001940786book18970.66Hood, ThomasPoems of Thomas Hood9216ocn003687298book18000.66Lamb, CharlesThe last essays of Elia being a sequel to essays published under that nameBibliographyThis 1833 follow-up to Lamb's popular Essays of Elia (1823) collects more of the essays that established his reputation as one of the supreme English masters of the form. Included is what many critics consider to be his best short work, Old China, as well as the essays Christ's Hospital Five-and-Thirty Years Ago," A Chapter on Ears," and A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People."8712ocn001409705book19090.81Adams, MorleyOmar's Interpreter; a new life of Edward FitzGeraldBiography558ocn001509207book18940.50Ainger, AlfredLambBiography455ocn001444178book18880.63Lamb, CharlesThe works of Charles and Mary LambBiographyBibliographyRecords and correspondenceContains the prose adaptions of 20 of Shakespeare's plays, some done by Mary, some by Charles344ocn014244446book19040.63Ainger, AlfredThe gospel and human lifeSermons302ocn011624905book18850.28Lamb, CharlesMrs. Leicester's schoolJuvenile worksFiction223ocn005317663book19000.28Lamb, CharlesThe last essays of Elia. : Mrs. Leicester's school184ocn007327505book18880.33Ainger, AlfredCharles Lamb; Adventures of Ulysses, Guy Faux, etc.182ocn001242253book18850.39Lamb, CharlesMrs. Leicester's school & c24613ocn000307005book19060.76Sichel, Edith HelenThe life and letters of Alfred AingerBiographyRecords and correspondence1162ocn000011143book19000.59Ainger, AlfredCharles LambCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCharles Lamb (1775-1834), essayist, poet, humorist, critic and letter-writer, has an enduring reputation for his early Tales from Shakespeare (1807), written in collaboration with his sister Mary, and his Essays of Elia, first published in the London Magazine. This thematic selection of Lamb's writings - essays, dramatic criticism, verse and letters - not only demonstrates his literary achievements; it forms a self-portrait of the writer: generous, amused, and gregarious, finding imaginative escape from grim circumstances in the teeming life of London and the theatre. The reader is drawn into193ocn007372526book18990.50Lamb, CharlesEssays of Elia : Last essays of EliaThe English author Chalres Lamb's personal essays, that appeared in the London Magazine in the 1820s under the pseudonym "Elia," were the most popular of their time, establishing Lamb as one of the foremost essayists of his age11ocn072850653mix18871.00Ainger, AlfredAlfred Ainger manuscript materialsRecords and correspondencePFMS (MISC 0958) : Autograph letter signed to a Mrs. Flower, 8 Mar. 188711ocn034364611mix19051.00Swinburne, Algernon CharlesThe Pines [London] to [Edith Sichel, n.p.]Grants permission for her to use his letter to Canon Ainger about Charles Lamb in her book [i.e. "The life and letters of Alfred Ainger," 1906]11ocn317531281book19000.50Ainger, AlfredLambBiography11ocn122371473mix1.00Collection of engravingsCaricatures and cartoonsThough the earliest engraving is from the 17th century, the majority of the pieces were created in the late 18th century through the 20th century12ocn155537922mix1.00Hofstra UniversityMiscellaneous manuscripts A-DLetters, manuscripts, and other items from literary figures including Alfred Ainger, Richard Aldington, Harold Bailey, Max Beerbohm, Clive Bell, Gordon Bottomley, William C. Bryant, Edward M. Carey, Matthew Carey (A.R. Cazauran), William Cobbett, and Margaret Llewelyn Davies. Also, account book from the paint shop of William J. Boardman, Amesbury Mills, Mass., 1850-1857, with accounts for John Greenleaf Whittier, and a letter from Boardman to his children, 1874; and a letter by David Crockett concerning political matters, 1831; and an English manuscript in Latin of verses in honor of a royal event, ca. 173611ocn783545146book18820.10Swinburne, Algernon CharlesLondon, to [John Churton] CollinsAsking for help identifying four quotations, which have been sent to Swinburne by Lamb's biographer (Alfred Ainger); remarking on his frustration at knowing the quotations but not being able to place them. Mentioning that he was reading Collins's introduction to his edition of Cyril Tourneur the previous evening and referencing Carew Hazlitt's bad edition of The Revenger's Tragedy+-+1309853566+-+1309853566Fri Mar 21 15:33:00 EDT 2014batch29472