AND SO TO BED: The diary of Samuel Pepys with Susannah Fullerton

Thursday 2 Apr 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Discover the fascinating restoration world of Samuel Pepys and learn about his famous diary. What did he have to say about The Plague and The Great Fire? What books did he collect? When were people first able to read all the naughty bits in his diary? Learn more about a brilliant diarist.

SUSANNAH FULLERTON is an author, literary tour leader and is one of Australia’s best-known lecturers on the lives and works of famous authors. In 2017, she received an OAM for services to literature.

John Hayls, also Hailes (English, 1600–1679) 
Portrait of 
Samuel Pepys (1633-1703), England, 1666
oil on canvas, 756 x 629 mm  (29¾  x 24¾  in)
collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London, purchased 1866, NPG 211

image: Wiki Commons


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