TITLE

Book 2 Chapter 8

AUTHOR(S)
Disraeli, Benjamin
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Sybil, or the Two Nations;3/1/2006, p62
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Book 2 Chapter 8 of "Sybil, or the Two Nations" is presented. It returns to the conversation of the strangers near the Abbey that Charles Egremont met, about regaining their rights and bringing back the people into the land that they have been driven out. It also highlights the aim of one of the strangers to sing "Nunc me dimittas" if they will be given an opportunity of carrying the principle of association into practice.
ACCESSION #
34329686

 

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