Disraeli's Political Trilogy and the Antinomic Structure of Imperial Desire

Bivona, Daniel
March 1989
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring1989, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p305
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Focuses on former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Impact of the literary writings of Disraeli on his political career; Importance of Disraeli's novels in positioning him ideologically on prominent political positions; Information on his conservative ideology; Overview of political books of Disraeli which promote the expansion of England, including "Coningsby."


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