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Sunday, October 20, 2013


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Congratulations for preparing -- and delivering -- an engaging, evocative, affective and memorable episode. As a listener to the History of Byzantium, I had the benefit of having recently heard about the plague during Justinian's reign. You took a step (or more) up, and you succeeded. You moved from humor to pathos with a gentleness that prompts me to listen again: how did he do it? The History of England is YOURS.

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