Boswell's Life of Johnson; Volume 1
This classic biography offers a vivid and intimate portrait of one of the most celebrated literary figures of the eighteenth century. Boswell recounts the life and times of his close friend Samuel Johnson, describing his literary output, intellectual pursuits, and personal relationships. The book offers a fascinating insight into the cultural and social context of Johnson's era, as well as the author's own life and times.
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