Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Charles Lamb” in chapter 6 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Irene E. Jerome., In a fair country:
...ing after us, and even if they do not clutch us, we know that they are there.
The sensations of such days almost make us associate their clearness and whiteness with something malignant and evil.
Charles Lamb asserts of snow, It glares too much for an innocent color, methinks.
Why does popular mythology associate the infernal regions with a high temperature instead of a low one?
El Aishi, the Arab wri...
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