A journal of the plague year
MasterTexts presents the full text of "A Journal of the Plague Year," by English journalist and novelist Daniel Defoe (1660-1731). The book highlights an account of the great plague of London, England, in 1664-1665. It was first published in 1722. Defoe describes the daily events in the city during the outbreak of the bubonic plague.
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