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Thu Oct 16 17:53:08 2014 UTClccn-n500065600.21The diary of Samuel Pepys : a new and complete transcription. Vol. 6, 1665 /0.541.00Papers,17262802n 5000656042103Matthews, W.Matthews, W. 1905-1975Matthews, W. (William), 1905-1975lccn-n79018796Pepys, Samuel1633-1703edtlccn-n85027813Latham, Robert1912-1995edtlccn-n80067109Malory, ThomasSiractive 15th centurylccn-n79074258CharlesIIKing of England1630-1685lccn-n79007370Caxton, Williamapproximately 1422-1491 or 1492lccn-n81049778Spisak, James W.lccn-n83184668Dillon, Bertlccn-n50012395Pearce, Roy Harveylccn-no2009132539Armstrong, William A.(William Arthur)1915-lccn-n50023791Wecter, Dixon1906-1950Matthews, William1905-1975SourcesHistoryBibliographyDiariesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyMilitary historyHandbooks, manuals, etcNaval historyArthurian romancesGreat BritainManners and customsPepys, Samuel,Cabinet officersDiaristsEnglish literature--Middle EnglishBiographyAmerican diariesDiariesMalory, Thomas,--Sir,AuthorshipArthurian romances--AuthorshipLiterature, MedievalEnglish diariesEngland--LondonAuthors, English--Early modernUnited StatesHistory--SourcesEnglish literature--Old EnglishLiteratureMiddle Ages in literatureMiddle AgesCharles--II,--King of England,Kings and rulersEnglish language--DialectsStatesmenEnglish languageArthurian romancesMorte ArthureAutobiographyCanadian diariesCanadaLiterary formEnglish literatureLanguage and languagesUnited States.--ArmySoldiersEnglish language--Early modern--PronunciationEnglish language--PronunciationShorthandEnglandRyder, Dudley,--Sir,Political scienceAutobiographiesAuthors, EnglishPopular cultureEnglish prose literature--Middle EnglishBraybrooke, Richard Griffin,--Baron,Wheatley, Henry B.--(Henry Benjamin),English literature--Early modern19051975193519371938193919431945195019551959196019621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771979198219831984198519871988199019941995199619972000200120031322188397823.2DA447.P4ocn000328368ocn000259156ocn000398796ocn003526905ocn002591427ocn000955823ocn489988049ocn490033709ocn490033721ocn491606914ocn578391809ocn466750840ocn466279100224376ocn000097314book19700.33Pepys, SamuelThe diary of Samuel Pepys : a new and complete transcriptionHistoryNaval historyBiographyDiariesSources""The diary which Samuel Pepys kept from January 1660 to May 1669...is one of our greatest historical records and...a major work of English literature," writes the renowned historian Paul Johnson. A witness to the coronation of Charles II, the Great Plague of 1665, and the Great Fire of 1666, Pepys chronicled the events of his day. Originally written in a cryptic shorthand, Pepys's diary provides an astonishingly frank and diverting account of political intrigues and naval, church, and cultural affairs, as well as a quotidian journal of daily life in London during the Restoration."--BOOK JACKET+-+830365570510056ocn000351464book19660.53Matthews, WilliamThe ill-framed knight; a skeptical inquiry into the identity of Sir Thomas Malory9138ocn000328368book19650.53Matthews, WilliamMedieval secular literature; four essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc81212ocn000577295book19450.56Matthews, WilliamAmerican diaries : an annotated bibliography of American diaries written prior to the year 1861HistoryLocal historyBibliography78615ocn000576749book19500.59Matthews, WilliamBritish diaries; an annotated bibliography of British diaries written between 1442 and 1942Bibliography70115ocn000553121book19550.63Matthews, WilliamBritish autobiographies; an annotated bibliography of British autobiographies published or written before 1951Bibliography6944ocn000987972book19740.59Matthews, WilliamAmerican diaries in manuscript, 1580-1954; a descriptive bibliographyBibliography6637ocn000259156book19620.56Matthews, WilliamLater medieval English prose61512ocn000398796book19660.59Pepys, SamuelCharles II's escape from Worcester : a collection of narrativesBiographySources6142ocn000307258book19680.63Matthews, WilliamOld and Middle English literatureBibliography5633ocn007554386book19820.63Malory, ThomasCaxton's MaloryBibliographyArthurian romances4938ocn001549217book19600.63Matthews, WilliamThe tragedy of Arthur; a study of the alliterative "Morte Arthure."3908ocn000580164book19500.70Matthews, WilliamCanadian diaries and autobiographiesBio-bibliographyBibliography3553ocn000875487book19730.77Matthews, WilliamAutobiography, biography, and the novel; papers read at a Clark Library seminar, May 13, 1972Criticism, interpretation, etc34312ocn000831229book19380.50Matthews, WilliamCockney past and present: a short history of the dialect of LondonHistory2743ocn001550414book19430.53Matthews, WilliamOur soldiers speak, 1775-1918HistoryMilitary history16315ocn060032958book19720.21Pepys, SamuelThe diary of Samuel Pepys : a new and complete transcription. Vol. 6, 1665HistoryDiariesHandbooks, manuals, etcSources+-+417544955515910ocn060033261book19830.21Pepys, SamuelThe diary of Samuel Pepys : a new and complete transcription. Vol. 11, IndexDiariesHandbooks, manuals, etcSources+-+06854495551574ocn003903734book19430.90Matthews, WilliamEnglish pronunciation and shorthand in the early modern period1493ocn003526905book19390.92Ryder, DudleyThe diary of Dudley Ryder, 1715-171611ocn040352656mix1.00Matthews, WilliamPapersArchivesCollection consists of manuscripts, research materials, correspondence, photographs, speeches, tape recording, ephemera, reprints of articles, and subject files of UCLA English professor William Matthews. Manuscripts include American diaries in manuscript, The ill-framed knight : a skeptical inquiry into the identity of Sir Thomas Malory, and The diary of Samuel Pepys. Correspondents include Ray Bradbury, Christopher Isherwood, and Emmet Godfrey Lavery+-+6403655705+-+6403655705Thu Oct 16 16:01:32 EDT 2014batch18976