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10 STAGE ILLUSION . . . . .22 TO THE SHADE OF ELLISTON . . 29
ELLISTONIANA . . . . .34 DETACHED THOUGHTS ON BOOKS AND READING .
44 THE OLD MARGATE HOY . 56 THE CONVALESCENT . . . . . 70 SANITY OP
TRUE GENIUS ...
... of compromise may take place, and all the purposes of dramatic delight be
attained by a judicious understanding, not too openly announced, between the
ladies and gentlemen — on both sides of the curtain. TO THE SHADE OF
TO THE SHADE OF ELLISTON. Joyousest of once embodied spirits, whither at
length hast thou flown ? to what genial region are we permitted to conjecture that
thou hast flitted. Art thou sowing thy wild oats yet (the harvest time was still to ...
... still a Manager. In Green Rooms, impervious to mortal eye, the muse beholds
30 TO THE SHADE OF ELLISTON.
Magnificent were thy capriccios on this globe of earth, Robert William Elliston ! for
as yet we know not thy new name in heaven. It irks me to think, that, stript of thy
regalities, thou shouldst ferry over, a poor forked shade, in crazy Stygian wherry.
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Oh, my, these are hilarious! A collection of essays by Lamb's imaginary friend, an eclectic, off-beat and highly opinionated persona. The preface, bemoaning the death of the imaginary friend while ... Read full review