Sybil (unabridged)

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Benjamin Disraeli


The Two Nations

Read by Tim Bentinck


In Sybil, or The Two Nations, social activist, political reformer and twice Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli tells the love story of a young working-class woman and a newly elected nobleman. While on a visit to the manufacturing towns of the north, aristocrat Charles Egremont encounters beautiful Sybil Gerard, singing in the grounds of Marney Abbey. Graceful and angelic, Sybil Gerard is a symbol of religious purity. He also meets her father, a working-class radical, who tells him about the division of England into two nations: the rich and the poor. Moved by the episode, Egremont investigates the conditions of the working poor and witnesses the disturbing after-effects of the Industrial Revolution. He attempts to address the deep disparity, while falling increasingly in love with Sybil; however, his courtship is pitted against growing political unrest and violence caused by the calamitous two-nation divide.

  • Running Time: 18 h 53 m

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    Digital ISBN:978-1-78198-013-2
    Cat. no.:NA0193
    Download size:406 MB
    Produced by:Rushforth Media
    Edited by:Rushforth Media
    Released:November 2019
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