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  • Eight Weeks in the Summer of Victorias Jubilee
  • Bob Biderman
  • English
  • 23 September 2018
  • 9781900355711

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Eight Weeks in the Summer of Victorias Jubilee

Bob Biderman Ø 6 free download

Career Z a brilliant Anglo Jewish novelist and Maggie a fiery social reformer are brought together in a remarkable encounter as they investigate a crime that would change their lives and their vision of themselves England and th The book was a slow read but I did finish it I liked the depiction of the Victorian era and how immigrants were perceived by those with financial security and how the immigrants were treated within the societal whole There was definitely a class system which defined opinions which often led to injustice in the legal system

review ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Bob Biderman

Jubilee Summer June 1887 Britain is deep in lavish celebration of Empire That same month in the East End of London a uiet young man recently arrived from Warsaw is accused of murdering an Angel Two writers at the start of their This book is a slow burn but once engaged it grabs you like a five star thriller without the blood and gore Certainly not everyone's cup of tea but if you are interested in literature of ideas this is the one for you Very well researched with fascinating characters drawn from real life It will definitely give you a different view of late Victorian England

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E world Eight Weeks in the Summer of Victoria's Jubilee is a brilliant study of London's East End at the turn of the 19th century and a fascinating exploration into a murder case that shook the very foundations of British justic I found it to be a good book but not a great one It took awhile for me to get interested in the story The trial portion was very detailed and boring at times However the detail was necessary in order to understand why some many felt the trial to be a miscarriage of justice I enjoyed the commentary about the Jewish community in London especially the conflicting interests within the community More could have been done with the two main characters Z and Maggie The author used them to represent point of views held by English reformers and their counterparts among the immigrant Jewish intellectuals He was successful in part with them but they were not fully developed characters I particularly enjoyed the author's depiction of the contrasting notions of justice at the end of the story The English perspectiveas presented by Maggie was focused on the individual on whether or not Israel Lipsky the accused actually committed the crime for which he was convicted and sentenced to death Another perspective was presented one that was held by Z and others in the Jewish community that placed the needs of the community above those of the man convicted It is to the author's credit that he leaves unanswered the uestion of Lipsky's guilt or innocence