A Rare and Wonderful Delight--The


A Rare and Wonderful Delight--The Diary of Samuel Pepys

For fans of the seventeenth Century, someone is putting up an annotated entry from Samuel Pepys's diary for each day of 2003! Huzzah! (Found via Ms. Welborn's blog). The annotations include the original footnotes from the paper edition, a list of "people in the diary" and of "Places in the diary" and annotations added by others on such points as might be obscure to modern readers. The one "Place" entry thus far has a superb map to identify the location of the place--Axe Yard. This promises to be almost as wonderful as my superbly annotated Thucydides of three or four years ago.

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