SAMUEL PEPYS AND DEB WILLET AFTER THE DIARY

@article{Loveman2006SAMUELPA,
  title={SAMUEL PEPYS AND DEB WILLET AFTER THE DIARY},
  author={Kate Loveman},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={49},
  pages={893 - 901}
}
  • K. Loveman
  • Published 1 September 2006
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
Samuel Pepys's affair with his wife's companion Deborah Willet is one of the most celebrated episodes in his journal of the 1660s. When Pepys ended his journal in May 1669, he also believed that he had ended contact with Deb. Unable to trace her in the historical record, scholars have been forced to accept this conclusion. However, new evidence shows that Deb Willet did not disappear from Pepys's life. Rather, she married soon after the end of the diary and her husband, the clergyman Jeremiah… 
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