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Flora Rheta Schreiber
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"Sybil Isabel Dorsett knew that she had to get back to New York while she was still herself." Chap. One, p. 15

"Their religion, to which Sybil's father had been born and which her mother, originally a Methodist, had embraced some years after her marriage, taught that each individual has the privilege of choosing between God and the devil, between God and the Lucifer of the prophecies, between God and the serpent of the Scriptures." Chap. Three, p. 29

"She seems to be more than one person. A dual personality? Sybil and Peggy, totally different from each other." Chap. Four, p. 49

"A slice of mid-America, the town was Republican in domestic politics, isolationist in international sympathies, and stratified in class structure, which included at one end of the spectrum a moneyed elite and at the other a working class." Chap. Eight, p. 105

"In the future, Mary, who carried the burden...

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