THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE
- Quote of the week. // San Diego Business Journal;9/09/96, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p46
Presents a quotation from Benjamin Disraeli.
- The choices of a new generation. Silow-Carroll, Andrew // New Jersey Jewish News;7/1/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 26, p13
The article argues on the biography of Benjamin Disraeli in relation to Jewish life in the 21st century.
- PUBLISHERS' NOTE. // Coningsby;1/1/1902, p1
The article profiles Benjamin Disraeli , author of the book "Coningsby."
- The Thames and the Chilterns. // British Heritage;Mar2011, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p16
The article lays out a five day itinerary for travelers wishing to take a tour of the valley of the river Thames and the Chiltern Hills, regions in England. Provided are instructions for visiting a number of locations including the royal residence of Windsor Castle, Hughenden Manor, the country...
- Lord Beaconsfield (1804-1881). Cabell, Isa Carrington // Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient & Modern -- Volu;3/1/2006, p129
Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, born in London, December, 1804; died there April 19th, 1881. His paternal ancestors were of the house of Lara, and held high rank among Hebrew-Spanish nobles till the tribunal of Torquemada drove them from Spain to Venice. There, proud of their race and...
- Argument. // CCPA Monitor;May2012, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p13
The article presents several quotes on argument and reasoning including one from former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, another from former British prime minister Benjamin Disraeli, and another from writer Philip Guedalla.
- Wellington. Disraeli, Benjamin // Oxford Book of Victorian Verse;1919, p110
The poem "Wellington" by Benjamin Disraeli is presented. First Line: Not only that thy puissant arm could bind; Last Line: Yet sovereign of thyself, whate'er may speed.
- PUZZLER. // British Heritage;May2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p64
The article presents the answer to the puzzle published in the previous issue, which is Benjamin Disraeli, and the puzzle for the May 2010 issue.
- Bloom and Disraeli: On the side of the angels? Amiran, Eyal // English Language Notes;Mar1990, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p53
Analyzes the book `Cyclops,' by Bloom. Author's assertion that some of the words by the character Elijah, came from a speech delivered by British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli; Disraeli's rejection of Charles Darwin's claim that man is essentially an animal; Words which reinforce the...