The Diary of Samuel Pepys: v. 8: 1667 (BOK)

Samuel Pepys

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The eighth volume of the complete Diary of Samuel Pepys in its most authoritative and acclaimed edition. This complete edition of the Diary of Samuel Pepys comprises eleven volumes -- nine volumes of text and footnotes (with an introduction of 120 pages in Volume I), a tenth volume of commentary (The Companion) and an eleventh volume of Index. Each of the first eight volumes contains one whole calendar year of the diary, from January to December. The ninth volume runs from January 1668 to May 1669. The Diary was first published in abbreviated form in 1825. A succession of new editions, re-issues and selections, published in the Victorian ear, made the diary one of the best-known books, and Pepys one of the best-known figures, of English history. But in none of these versions -- not even in the Wheatley, which for long stood as the standard edition -- was there a reliable, still less a full text, and in none of them was there a commentary with any claim to completeness. This edition was in preparation for many years, and remains the first in which the entire diary is printed and in which an attempt has been made at systematic comment on it. The primary aim of the principal editors was to see that the diary was presented in a manner suitable to the historical and literary importance of its contents. At the same time they had in mind the interests of the wide public of English-speaking people to whom the diarist himself, rather than the importance of what he wrote, is what matters.

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2000 Forfatter Samuel Pepys
Forlag
BERTRAMS PRINT ON DEMAND
ISBN 9780004990286
Antall sider 640 Dimensjoner 21,6cm x 14cm x 3,4cm
Vekt 731 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Andre medvirkende Robert Latham Emner og form British & Irish history, Autobiography: historical, political & military, Diaries, letters & journals, Literary studies: c 1500 to c 1800, Early modern history: c 1450/1500 to c 1700