A Journal of the Plague Year

deDaniel Defoe

7 avril 2020|
A Journal of the Plague Year de Daniel Defoe


Imagine a plague so horrific, only forty percent of the population lived to tell the tale. Written as a first-person account of the world’s most dangerous pandemic, the mysterious narrator bears witness to a society that has seemingly given up hope during terrifying times.

. From mounting death tolls, to horrific bodily ailments, contracting the Black Plague was considered a fate worse than death. Combining his own experiences within each of the two stories, the enigmatic narrator, known only by the initials, H.F., gives a dark and detailed account of one of the most horrific pandemics in human history. H.F. recounts two stories of uniquely different Londoners doing everything in their power to avoid contracting the plague. One story tells of a poor man who takes shelter on his boat, away from his infected wife and child. This man uses his boat to bring provisions to various communities by the water, doing all he can to support sick families. The other story is describes a group of three men, each of different professions, who escape the village in an effort to survive together off the land.

Bearing uncanny similarities to the Coronavirus spreading across the globe today, A Journal of the Plague Year is, perhaps, a comforting reminder that times could always be worse.

This version contains an informative new note about the author and a professionally typeset manuscript. With a stunning and eye-catching cover, this Mint Edition book is a beautiful edition to any classics bookshelf.

Titre :A Journal of the Plague Year
Format :livre numérique Kobo
Publié le :7 avril 2020
Publié par :West Margin Press
Langue :anglais
Convient aux âges :Tous les âges
ISBN - 13 :9781513263861

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