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Lothair Kindle Edition

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Lothair, though inexperienced and very ingenuous, was not devoid of a certain instinctive perception of men and things, which rendered it difficult for him to be an easy prey. His natural disposition, and his comparatively solitary education, had made him a keen observer, and he was one who mediated over his observations. But he was naturally generous and sensible of kindness; and this was a favourite companion --next to Bertram his most intimate.

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Benjamin Disraeli is perhaps the best known and certainly the most colorful of Britain's Prime Ministers during the long reign of Queen Victoria. He was also a prolific writer. His novelistic trilogy: Sybil, Coningsby, and Tancred and later works: Lothair and Endymion would alone earn him a special place in English life and literature, but it is his career as the leading Conservative of the century and writings and speeches on events of the age that earn him a special place in the pantheon of parliamentary politics.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 999 KB
  • Print Length: 315 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1511799439
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0084769Z6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,818 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I chose this book because I had just been reading a book about Disraeli and Gladstone and was curious about Disraeli's novels. I expected some stilted and dated writing, possibly something in the nature of a political rant. But now I am three quarters of the way through and I can't put it down. I want to find out what happens. The portrayal of the main character has depth and the change from a purely social setting to one of action is well judged. Just as you begin to start to think it is all predictable.... But I am not going to spoil this for others. Costs nothing on kindle and worth the time reading it.
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This is a specialist book, written by Benjamin Disraeli between the two times he was Prime Minister. It is the only novel written by a Prime Minister. It covers a wide range of issues which were of great importance in the years around 1870. Many of the characters are based on real people, and houses based on real houses, including Alton Towers. I do guided tours at the National Trust`s Hughenden Manor, Disraeli`s country home. I found the book useful and enjoyable
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At the forefornt of humanitarian politics of the nineteenth century, the former primeminister Benjamin Disraeli deliveres a beautifully phrased narrative with a voculabulary that has now sadly faded from every day use. It heralds back to an age when the concern of the people was the concern of the individual.
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I chose this book as it was mentioned in A N Wilson's 'The Victorians'. I have found it lightly amusing, particularly if read in conjunction with the other.
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Long, complicated but I couldn't put it down. I want to read more of his books
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