Charles Lamb (1774-1834) was a nineteenth-century English poet and essayist whose best-known works Essays of Elia and The Last Essays of Elia include such titles as 'The Two Races of Men,' 'Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist,' 'My First Play,' 'Sanity of True Genius,' 'Confessions of a Drunkard,' and 'A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People.' His first poems appeared in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's collection Poems on Various Subjects, and his early epigrams, plays, and essays were printed in such publications as the Albion, the Morning Chronicle, and the Morning Post. Lamb also collaborated with his sister, Mary, on many works, including Tales from Shakespeare, as well as with Charles Lloyd on Blank Verse.
In a world where dwindling populations consolidate their inhabitants into isolated city states, life is divided into the Haves and Have Nots. In one such city, Detectives Ethan Walls and Rachel Edmunds do their best to provide those outside the coveted Ci...[SEE MORE]