Samuel Pepys: The Diaries - 
      Samuel Pepys
    
      Kate Loveman
    
      Kate Loveman

Samuel Pepys: The Diaries

; Kate Loveman (Redaktør) ; Kate Loveman (Introduksjon)

The most famous diarist in the English language, Samuel Pepys kept a detailed record of his daily life between 1660 and 1669. Not only is it a key historical resource, but also a fascinating and entertaining read. Les mer
Vår pris
231,-

(Innbundet)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager

Innbundet
Legg i

Er du interessert i historiebøker ?
Bli med i fordelsklubben Vår historie og få fordelspris kr 196,-

Innbundet
Legg i
Vår pris: 231,-

(Innbundet)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager

Er du interessert i historiebøker ?
Bli med i fordelsklubben Vår historie og få fordelspris kr 196,-

The most famous diarist in the English language, Samuel Pepys kept a detailed record of his daily life between 1660 and 1669. Not only is it a key historical resource, but also a fascinating and entertaining read. Kate Loveman's selection, with helpful footnotes, is the only one-volume edition available.
FAKTA
Utgitt:
Forlag: Everyman's Library
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 900
ISBN: 9781841593791
Format: 21 x 14 cm
KATEGORIER:

Bla i alle kategorier

VURDERING
Gi vurdering
Les vurderinger
Samuel Pepys (Author)
Samuel Pepys was born on 23 February 1633, the son of a London tailor. He graduated from Cambridge in 1654, and in 1655 he married Elizabeth St Michel. He started work for Sir Edward Montague, a relation who later became the 1st Earl of Sandwich, and through him first went to sea. Pepys later found work with the Navy Office, eventually rising to become Secretary of the Admiralty. He also became a JP, an MP and a Fellow of the Royal Society. In later life he was accused of being part of the anti-monarchist 'Popish Plot', and was twice imprisoned for it. Upon his second release he retired to Clapham, then considered to be 'in the country'. Samuel Pepys died on 26 May 1703. His diaries, which had been written in code, were bequeathed to Magdalen College, Cambridge, where they can still be viewed.