Author: Charles Lamb

Nothing puzzles me more than time and space; and yet nothing troubles me less, as I never think about them.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

Boys are capital fellows in their own way, among their mates but they are unwholesome companions for grown people.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

I always arrive late at the office, but I make up for it by leaving early.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

He has left off reading altogether, to the great improvement of his originality.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

I am determined that my children shall be brought up in their father’s religion, if they can find out what it is.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

I'd like to grow very old as slowly as possible.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

His voice was the most obnoxious squeak I ever was tormented with.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

Lawyers, I suppose, were children once.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist

I am determined that my children shall be brought up in their father’s religion, if they can find out what it is.

(1775 – 1834) English critic & essayist
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