Never-Ending Book Quiz
What is Charles Dickens describing here, in Dombey and Son?
The power that forced itself along its iron way - its own - defiant of all paths and roads, piercing through the heart of every obstacle, and dragging living creatures of all classes, ages, and degrees behind it, was a type of the triumphant monster, Death!
Choose the correct answer:the railway the computer the motor car the telephone
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