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The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500-1800 by Lawrence Stone

Stone makes the diaries of Pepys and Boswell the centerpieces of this study. He shows how the emotional tenor and expectations of different generations of Englishpeople swung back and forth, so you can’t talk about a consistent “national character” or directional “evolution” of society.

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