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Historians at Work #5 Summary of: "Sleep We Have Lost: Pre-Industrial Slumber in the British Isles" Professor A. Roger Ekirch studies the overlooked topic of sleep in Pre-Industrial England and how it reflected the conditions and habits of the time.
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