AlroyAlroy



My beloved Alroy , " said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli

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ISBN: HARVARD:HW39OA

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The Wondrous Tale of AlroyThe Wondrous Tale of Alroy



My beloved Alroy , ” said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield)

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ISBN: NYPL:33433074937214

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Alroy Ixion in heaven The infernal marriage PopanillaAlroy Ixion in heaven The infernal marriage Popanilla



My beloved Alroy , ' said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105013504407

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Alroy Ixion in heaven The infernal marriage PopanillaAlroy Ixion in heaven The infernal marriage Popanilla



My beloved Alroy , ' said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revalsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield)

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ISBN: UCAL:B3127422

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Alroy The Prince of the CaptivityAlroy The Prince of the Captivity



'My beloved Alroy,' said the brother of Jabaster; and he advanced, and pressed
him to his bosom. Had it been Miriam, Alroy might have at once expired; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness. The revulsion of his ...

Author: Earl of Beaconsfield Benjamin Disraeli

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4057664599568

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"Alroy: The Prince of the Captivity" by Earl of Beaconsfield Benjamin Disraeli. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

AlroyAlroy



My beloved Alroy , ' said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli

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ISBN: UOM:39015031214011

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Page: 463

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Contarini Fleming and AlroyContarini Fleming and Alroy



They were the first human accents that had met the ear of Alroy during his
captivity , which seemed to him an age , a long dark ... Miriam , Alroy might have
at once expired ; but the presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness
.

Author: Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield)

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ISBN: UCAL:B3321848

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Alroy Ixion in Heaven The Infernal Marriage PopanillaAlroy Ixion in Heaven The Infernal Marriage Popanilla



My beloved Alroy , ' said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105044955271

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Page: 463

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Novels and tales Hughenden ed Novels and tales Hughenden ed



My beloved Alroy , ' said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.)

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ISBN: OXFORD:600076111

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The American CatalogueThe American Catalogue



Peterson . Minnie's doll's house . 32o . 20c .; 150 ........ Dutton . Miriam Alroy .
Disraeli , B. 50c ...... Minnie's legacy ; by author of “ Rose and Kate . ” 189. Miriam
and Rosette ; or , the trials of faith . ill . 16o . 45c . Routledge . '71 . 50c .
Routledge .

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ISBN: UOM:39015084572190

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American national trade bibliography.

Ixion in heaven The infernal marriage Popanilla Count AlarcosIxion in heaven The infernal marriage Popanilla Count Alarcos



My beloved Alroy , ” said the brother of Jabaster ; and he advanced , and pressed
him to his bosom . Had it been Miriam , Alroy might have at once expired ; but the
presence of this worldly man called back his worldliness . The revulsion of his ...

Author: Benjamin Disraeli

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ISBN: NLI:1959252-50

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DisraeliDisraeli



The portrait of Miriam as Alroy's devoted sister, who consoles him in his moments
of despair, is quite clearly modelled upon Disraeli's view of Sarah. As Alroy
realizes that he must escape the consequences of his rash behaviour, he says, ...

Author: Robert P. O'Kell

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9781442661042

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When we think of Benjamin Disraeli (1804–81), one of two images inevitably first springs to mind: either Disraeli the two-time prime minister of Britain, or Disraeli the author of major novels such as Coningsby, Sybil, and Endymion. But were these two sides of his persona entirely separate? After all, the recurring fantasy structures in Disraeli’s fictions bear a striking similarity to the imaginative ways in which he shaped his political career. Disraeli: The Romance of Politics provides a remarkable biographical portrait of Disraeli as both a statesman and a storyteller. Drawing extensively on Disraeli’s published letters and speeches, as well as on archival sources in the United Kingdom, Robert O’Kell illuminates the intimate, symbiotic relationship between his fiction and his politics. His investigation shines new light on all of Disraeli’s novels, his two governments, his imperialism, and his handling of the Irish Church Disestablishment Crisis of 1868 and the Eastern Question in the 1870s.

Classified English Prose FictionClassified English Prose Fiction



823.2751 Miriam Alroy . ( Also ) Henrietta Temple . ( And ) Coningsby . 823-3002
Novels and tales . v . 6. Venetia . 823.469 Popanilla . ( With his Alroy . ) in
823.458 The rise of Iskander . ( With his Contarini Fleming . ) in 823.460 Same .
98 pp .

Author: San Francisco Public Library

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ISBN: UCAL:$B131119

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Page: 306

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