Sybil

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Sybil, or The Two Nations
by Benjamin Disraeli
Sybil, or The Two Nations is an 1845 novel by Benjamin Disraeli. Sybil traces the plight of the working classes of England. As the title suggests, Disraeli is interested in dealing with the horrific conditions in which the majority of England's working classes lived. It is a novel with a thesis, which was meant to create a propagandistic furor over the squalor that was plaguing England's working class cities.
Excerpted from Sybil (novel) on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

SYBIL, OR THE TWO NATIONS

by Benjamin Disraeli

I would inscribe these volumes to one whose noble spirit and gentle nature ever prompt her to sympathise with the suffering; to one whose sweet voice has often encouraged, and whose taste and judgment have ever guided, their pages; the most severe of critics, but--a perfect Wife!

Contents[edit]

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Book I

Book II

Book III

Book IV

Book V

Book VI

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.