My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin

My Brilliant Career

By Miles Franklin

  • Release Date: 1901-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4
From 32 Ratings
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Sybella "There is no plot in this story, because there has been none in my life or in any other life which has come under my notice. I am one of a class, the individuals of which have no time for plots in their life, but have all they can do to get their work done without indulging in such a luxury". Like the author Miles Franklin, Sybella grows up in the bush, and as her family's fortunes decline, so her feelings rise that life should hold more for her than the relentless hard physical work farming marginal land in times of drought.


  • My brilliant career

    By Old Roan Boy
    I read this book because it was free and because i wanted to see why the name Miles Franklin is synonymous with literary accomplishment. I was very disappointed. It is a tale of woe told by a person who is the victim of her own ineptitude. The only redeeming features are well drawn characatures and windows into rural life in NSW in the late 1800's. When dealing with romance, the authoress appears to
  • My Brilliant Career

    By 04aGoodRead
    An entertaining and revealing portrayal of 19Century life in country Australia. Revealing so many of the challenges that governed life decisions and yet maintaining a dry humour so delightful and so Austalian.
  • Dazzling Piece of Work

    By TamHolmes
    Oh this story is just so wonderful and yet I feel a little heavy in the heart that I have finished reading it. It is a 113 years old piece of Australian History and yet it is still to this day, vivid, intense and full of the vigour and turmoil which we are transported and exposed to by Sybylla, our story writer. She shows that behind every man that planted a field, raised sheep or cattle, there were stronger women keeping it all together raising children, tending to chores and farming just as the men folk. Loved it!