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What inferences can you make about the background and personality of Samuel Pepys based on his diary entry about the Great Fire of London?

I can kind of tell what his background was, but I'm having trouble determining his personality. Help?

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  1. Go to yourdictionary.com and search for "examples of personality traits" — and then read lots. There are several lists to help you decide.

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