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Diary entries by the tailor's son who rose up through the royal ranks describe his experiences in London from 1660 to 1669, and explore the political and cultural scene during the Restoration, the Plague, and the Great Fire of London.
"Pepys was a rogue. And a rogue's memoirs are always entertaining....It is raw, honest and unapologetic. That is what makes it compulsive reading."
Sunday Express (London)Review:
"...one of the glories of contemporary English publishing."
Pepys, Samuel;Le Gallienne, Richard
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