eBook Title: THE DEVIL KISSED HER download
by Kathy Watson
Author: Kathy Watson
Publisher: BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING PLC; New Ed edition (October 17, 2005)
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The Devil Kissed Her. On 22 September 1796 Mary Lamb murdered her mother with a carving knife. However, she was neither imprisoned nor punished, but instead released into the care of her younger brother Charles. They wrote the children's classic Tales from Shakespeare together, ran a literary agency, and had a salon frequented by Coleridge, Wordsworth, Hazlitt and Godwin.
The Devil Kissed Her book. The Devil Kissed Her. ISBN. In this fascinating book, Kathy Watson explores Mary Lamb's famous crime and her remarkable relationship with her brother Charles. Author Mary Lamb, long considered by historians a mere adjunct to her brother Charles, was a woman of contradictions: fiercely domestic yet unmarried; maternal yet childless; a peaceful, loving woman susceptible to bouts of extreme violence. 1585423564 (ISBN13: 9781585423569).
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Lamb, Mary, 1764-1847. In this work, the author aims to find the real Mary Lamb amidst all the contradictions of her life: to reconcile the modest, motherly lady who wrote Tales from Shakespeare with the murderess, and the 'lunatic' with the admired hostess. Above all, she examines an extraordinary brother-sister relationship, with each providing to the other a source of domestic stability and literary inspiration.