Monthly Archives: June 2020

Diary of a Plague Year Parts 8–10

Pocketful of Posies i. London, 1665. Bubonic plague rides the greasy backs of flea-ridden rats, an invading army no one will see for another two centuries. Instead,   every dog and cat in the city is killed. Houses of the … Continue reading

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