English - well picked. There are lots of literary Lamplighters for you to find meaning from.

 The Lamplighter is a classic of American literature written by Maria Susanna Cummins and published in 1854. It was an immediate best-seller, coming in second in sales only to Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin. It recalls the tale of an abandoned orphan who is rescued from her abusive guardian by a Lamplighter, further proving that Lamplighters are the best thing ever.  

The Lamplighter is a classic of American literature written by Maria Susanna Cummins and published in 1854. It was an immediate best-seller, coming in second in sales only to Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin. It recalls the tale of an abandoned orphan who is rescued from her abusive guardian by a Lamplighter, further proving that Lamplighters are the best thing ever.  

 Good ol' Robert Louis Stevenson wrote a poem entitled "The Lamplighter" in 1913. The short work is likely autobiographical, and references Leerie, the town Lamplighter. 

Good ol' Robert Louis Stevenson wrote a poem entitled "The Lamplighter" in 1913. The short work is likely autobiographical, and references Leerie, the town Lamplighter. 

  Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy , the 1974 spy novel by John Le Carre, doesn't exactly contain a Lamplighter as the protagonist, but it does refer to Lamplighters as a section of British Intelligence that provided surveillance and couriers. Cool. Maybe we're secretly a spy organization and you'll never know.

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, the 1974 spy novel by John Le Carre, doesn't exactly contain a Lamplighter as the protagonist, but it does refer to Lamplighters as a section of British Intelligence that provided surveillance and couriers. Cool. Maybe we're secretly a spy organization and you'll never know.