I, Hogarth by Michael Dean
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I, Hogarth Summary
William Hogarth's epoch-defining paintings and engravings, such as "Gin Lane" and "The Rake's Progress," are renowned. He was London's artist par excellence, and his work supplies the most enduring vision of the eighteenth century's ebullience, enjoyments, and social iniquities.
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"Starred Review. A brilliant exercise in imagination and storytelling." - Kirkus
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Michael Dean studied history at Oxford and holds a masters in Linguistics from the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of multiple books, including a novel.
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