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Posted March 11, 2013
A total submersion into the life and times of an amazing artist, William Hogarth. He is witty and sassy character who knows his own value as an artist and lives life to the fullest. Historical references are well-researched and the book drops the reader into the rough, smelly, challenging life of London in the 1700's. One of the best historical fiction novels I've read, and I real alot of them!
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