'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
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While Alroy waits in prison, the forces unleashed by his betrayal of Judaism are
brought back into alignment by a rearticulated triangulation in a third term. Alroy's
devoted, ''pure'' sister, Miriam, serves as the term that restores Alroy to Jabaster.
Author: Richard Dellamora
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
"Systematically bringing together discourses on queer identities in Victorian England, Jewish identities in nineteenth-century literary and political culture, and the ways these powerful forms of otherness intersect, Friendship's Bonds offers an analysis of how the dream of a perfect sympathy between friends continually challenged Victorians' capacity to imagine into existence a world not of strangers or enemies but of fellow citizens."--BOOK JACKET.
The year 1833 saw the publication of The Wondrous Tale of Alroy , as well as a
shorter work , The Rise of Iskander , both of ... Miriam , invests all her hope in her
brother in a manner which calls to mind the devotional attitude of Disraeli ' s own
Author: Michael Flavin
December 2004 marks the bicentenary of Benjamin Disraeli's birth. Benjamin Disraeli: The Novel as Political Discourse examines Disraeli's novels in order to construct a portrait of the man, his context and enduring reputation. Disraeli's literary career ran from 1826 to 1880. Within this time he became an M.P., Leader of the Opposition, Chancellor and Prime Minister. His novels can be read as the breeding ground for his ideas, gestated away from the pressure cooker of Parliament. From his first novel, Vivian Grey, about the formation of a new political party, to the overtly political "Young England" trilogy (named after a faction of the Conservative Party with which Disraeli was aligned) and beyond, Disraeli's novels expose the development of his thinking while also reflecting the anxieties of his age. This book will appeal to those fascinated by Disraeli and Conservatism. More widely, it will be enjoyed by anyone interested in the development of Britain in the Victorian era. Drawing upon Disraeli's speeches, letters and non-fiction as well as his novels, the book enhances our understanding of this charismatic figure who continues to cast a formidable shadow across the nation's politics and culture.
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Author: Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield)
Publisher: Palala Press
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