• Corpus ID: 191430035

The Young Disraeli

  title={The Young Disraeli},
  author={Janice Marie Ridley},
An account of Disraeli's personal and public lives which draws on his letters and his neglected early novels. It tells of his youth in Bloomsbury, and his novel "Vivian Grey" which catapulted him to precocious fame and infamy. Via literature, he was led to Toryism and Parliament. 
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