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Everybody's Pepys by Samuel Pepys
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Everybody's Pepys

by Samuel Pepys

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Delightful reading of life and times of London 1660 - 1669, Written as a diary in short-hand and only deciphered and first published in 1865. Several editions were translated from the original 6 volume leather bound octavo volumes found in the Magdalene College, Cambridge University. This edition first published in 1926. Reprinted in 1948. 60 Illustrations by Ernest H. Shepard. 4 Maps of London in the 1660s and an index by C. McL. Morley. Blue stiff cover of 570 pages, 130mm wide x 187mm high x 22.5mm thick. ( )
  DerekT.Rowswell | Mar 13, 2011 |
There are countless versions of Pepys out there (testament to the enduring fascination of the man), but this is my favorite - not only has Morsehead chosen exquisitely from among the many volumes of Pepys, but illustrator Ernest Shepard's line drawings are memorably playful, as are his illustrations for 'Everybody's Johnson' and 'Everybody's Lamb' ( )
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