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NAME: Charles Lamb OCCUPATION: Author , Poet BIRTH DATE: February 10 , 1775 DEATH DATE: December 27 , 1834 EDUCATION: Christ's Hospital PLACE OF BIRTH: London, England, United Kingdom PLACE OF DEATH: Edmonton, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom AKA: Elia FULL NAME: Charles Lamb Charles Lamb was born on February 10, 1775, in London, England. Becoming an essayist, he wrote children's  versions of well-known works, including   Tales from Shakespeare . Lamb cared for his troubled sister, Mary,  after she murdered their mother. He is best known for writing remarkable letters for   London Magazine "Essays of Elia," under the pan name Elia. He died in 1834.
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