A Journal of the Plague Year

Being Observations or Memorials of the Most Remarkable Occurrences, as Well Publick as Private which Happened in London during tha Last Great Visitation in 1665

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Daniel Defoe's classic account of a city under siege by the Black Plague carries the listener across four centuries and steeps him in the terror of assault by a relentless and implacable foe. Silent, mysterious, lethal, its cause locked in a science
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Wrote 4/8/20
An interesting book for interesting times. Given that we are in a social distancing lockdown for the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, I thought it may be a good time to review a (fictional) chronicle of the city of London going through the plague of 1...Continua

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