The Diary of Samuel Pepys 1660

Samuel PEPYS (1633 - 1703)

Samuel Pepys was the first Secretary to the Admiralty during the reign of Charles II, instrumental in developing the Royal Navy and witness to some of the most significant events of the Restoration period, including the Great Fire of London. His famous diary, which covers a period of some ten years, throws a frank and intimate light on a fascinating period, through the lens of a vigorous, intelligent and refreshingly candid and extrovert personality. This volume covers the first year of the diary. - Summary by Nicole Lee

Genre(s): Memoirs

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Nicole Lee
00:08:12
Play 01 Particulars on the Life of Samuel Pepys Nicole Lee
01:14:00
Play 02 January Nicole Lee
00:46:20
Play 03 February Nicole Lee
00:53:11
Play 04 March Nicole Lee
00:42:32
Play 05 April Nicole Lee
00:30:49
Play 06 May Nicole Lee
01:03:43
Play 07 June Nicole Lee
00:29:57
Play 08 July Nicole Lee
00:32:53
Play 09 August Nicole Lee
00:34:52
Play 10 September Nicole Lee
00:25:38
Play 11 October Nicole Lee
00:32:45
Play 12 November Nicole Lee
00:37:23
Play 13 December Nicole Lee
00:28:28