Disraeli: A Picture of the Victorian Age

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 412 pages
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A picture of the Victorian Age. This work is a biographical account of Benjamin Disraeli. Disraeli was the 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, a politician and author. He succeeded Lord Derby as Prime Minister, resigning shortly after the election in 1868, only to become Prime Minister again in 1874. He became an intimate friend to Queen Victoria, having her assume the role of Empress to India while he was Prime Minister.

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I was curious to read about this man I'd heard of, but knew nothing. The book traces the turbulent rise of Benjamin Disraeli to become Prime Minister of England and confidant of Queen Victoria. It ... Read full review

Review: Disraeli: A Picture of the Victorian Age

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I was curious to read about this man I'd heard of, but knew nothing. The book traces the turbulent rise of Benjamin Disraeli to become Prime Minister of England and confidant of Queen Victoria. It ... Read full review

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