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.