Constant Delights: Rakes, Rogues, and Scandal in Restoration England
A look - from rather a jaunty angle - at one of the most remarkable and fashion-conscious periods in English history. Peopled with names such as Pope, Pepys, Milton, Dryden, Halley, Purcell, Bunyan, Wren, Lely and Kneller, the reign of Charles II was a time of innovation, beauty - and debauchery.
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