Venetia by Benjamin Disraeli

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The Rise of Iskander by Benjamin Disraeli

Scanned by K. Kay Shearin THE RISE OF ISKANDER by Benjamin Disraeli CHAPTER 1 The sun had set behind the mountains, and the rich plain of Athens was suffused with the violet glow of a Grecian eye. A light breeze rose; the olive-groves awoke from their noonday trance, and rustled with returning animation, and the

Coningsby by Benjamin Disraeli

Anne Soulard, Tiffany Vergon, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team CONINGSBY OR THE NEW GENERATION BY BENJAMIN DISRAELI EARL OF BEACONSFIELD PUBLISHERS’ NOTE As a novelist, Benjamin Disraeli belongs to the early part of the nineteenth century. “Vivian Grey” (1826-27) and “Sybil” (1845) mark the beginning and the end of his truly creative period; for
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