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Samuel Pepys: The Man in the Making (1933)

by Arthur Bryant

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"Mens cujusque is est quisque" = "The mind's the man".
Taken from Cicero's De Re Publica. Pepys took this epigraph as his motto.
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To the cast of the Greenwich Pageant in affection and gratitude
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North of Cambridge lie the Fens. The sea from which they arose laps at their northern boundaries and north and east great rivers lazily wind across them, drawing black cattle to drink among the sedges at their brink.
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