The Diary of Samuel Pepys - Study Guide July-December, 1667 Summary & Analysis

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Pepys and his family take a little vacation to the country. There, Pepys admires a Shepard with his son, as they sing together. Upon returning to the city, Pepys and his wife enjoy a very funny play. When Pepys tries to flirt with an attractive woman, Pepys' wife nearly pokes him with a pin.

Soon, though, they return to his father's house in the country, where the men dig up Pepys' money that was buried in the garden during the last war. Pepys discusses his sibling, stating that his brother needs to attend school, and his sister needs a husband. In the last week of the year, Pepys attends midnight mass at the Catholic Church. On his way home, he gives money to the poor. For the first time, Pepys mentions the problems he has with his vision.

Pepys describes the Royal Court as "wanton."...

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