Sybil, or, The two nations

Sybil, or, The two nations

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by Benjamin Disraeli

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London : H. Colburn
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Sybil; Or, The Two Nations 1.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
anijizmejian More than 1 year ago
Benjamin Disraeli writes, “There are three types of lies -- lies, damn lies, and statistics.” In Sybil, Disraeli attempts to explain the struggle of the Victorian working class. He spends a great deal of time justifying himself which is boring to read. The story itself is told by an obvious elitist masquerading as suffragette. Though it has many quotable sentences, I did not enjoy this book in its entirety.    
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have never read a worse book! It is dull and filled with political jargon of the era that is incomprehensible today. The love story between Egremont and Sybil is barely visible and understandable. I would reccomend that you pick up another book as soon as possible.