George Stepney, 1663-1707: Diplomat and Poet
J. Clarke & Company, 1997 - 403 Seiten
The first full-length biography of one of the most significant literary and diplomatic figures of the late 17th century. The fruit of over ten years of study, this work provides new and valuable material on a key period of political and military history.
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