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This is a very good history of the Black Death. There is some repetition in some of the lectures - just general introductory statement type of repetition. But Armstrong looks at all aspects of the Black Death in various different countries.
A interesting series of lectures by Dan Hooper as part of The Great Courses series.
Creo que ya me puedo recibir de ermitaña. Tanta caballería junta se me ha subido a la cabeza. Voy a terminar como Don Quijote.
After Holiday Music, I was even more excited to listen to this...and I didn't think that was even possible! While most of the information was nothing new, Professor Thomas Shipley did an adequate job presenting a short but detailed introduction to Sherlock Holmes. I have to admit he wasn't quite as ...
I meant to listen to this in December but Christmas was...a very unholiday-esque and crazy time. This was free on Audible at the time and I had to try it. If it were longer (as it should have been!), I'd have bought it in a heartbeat. Professor Robert Greenberg was so easy to listen to and tied toge...