Translated Pepys's diary (written in one of the versions of shorthand used at the time) in 1819 - 22.
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Pepys - Stew Lane
This page of Pepys' Diary is given at The Diary of Samuel Pepys with lots of ...
Author and filmmaker. Born in the former Czechoslovakia. Co-author of 'Prague in the Shadow of the Swastika', 'Prague; The Turbulent Century' and 'Prague 1900 - 2000'. He made the television series...
Dame Edith Sitwell
Poet and biographer. Born at Scarborough into the aristocracy. 6-foot tall, with elongated features she added to the effect with her exuberant flowing and ornate clothing. Her poetry was avant ...
French novelist, playwright, journalist. Born Paris but when he was three the family moved to Aix-en-Provence where he was brought up and where he became friends with Paul Cézanne . When he was 18 ...
The Village in the Jungle
Novel written by Leonard Woolf, published 1913, based on his experiences as a colonial civil servant in British-controlled Ceylon, but unusually written from the native point of view.
E. M. Forster
Novelist. Born Edward Morgan Forster at 6 Melcombe Place (demolished). 1883 moved to a house near Stevenage. In 1887 a great aunt (Marianne Thornton, daughter of Henry Thornton) died and Forster in...