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The Diary of John Evelyn, Volume II (of 2) by [Evelyn, John]
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  • Print Length: 368 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BF3SC2E
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I love reading Pepys and thought this may increase my understanding of the same time, but he is a little boring, I guess because Pepys wrote in code and it didn't expect anyone to read it.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x901adf48) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x8deedae0) out of 5 stars An typical English gentleman's personal view of life, politics and culture in the seventeenth century. 11 Dec. 2014
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These 2 diaries are a remarkable insight to the person, the events of the time (especially after the restoration) and the political environment created by the ambiguities of the last Stuart kings. Except for Pepys, who is more personal, only covers 10 years and is a lot less insightful about the people and events around him, there is not another publication that comes even close. The second volume is a lot more interesting than the first. i recommend reading them to anyone who is at all curious about life and thought and the key personalities in seventeenth century England.
HASH(0x8f0769b4) out of 5 stars Evelyn Holds Up a Mirror for Us 4 July 2015
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What a joy it is to have this 17th century classic so readily available. The recollections of Pepys are better known than those of John Evelyn, but Evelyn gives a much better description of the difficult religious struggles within the overall cultural and political changes in England. His work can open the reader to the subtleties of that century in a way that is unique and partucularly relevant to today's insanities. That century, like ours, reeled under rapid changes. Examining the 17th century can help us better understand the 21st. For this "view from the bridge" Evelyn is an excellent guide.
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