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Benjamin D'israeli

Alias: Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G.
Life: 1804-1881

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The Infernal Marriage, [en]

Ixion In Heaven, [en]

Lord George Bentinck
A Political Biography, [en]

Tancred
Or, The New Crusade, [en]

The Young Duke, [en]

Sketches, [en]

Vivian Grey, [en] 1826

The Voyage of Captain Popanilla, [en] 1828

Alroy
The Prince Of The Captivity, [en] 1833

The Rise of Iskander, [en] 1834

Henrietta Temple
A Love Story, [en] 1837

Henrietta Temple
A Love Story, [en] 1837

Venetia, [en] 1837

Count Alarcos
A Tragedy, [en] 1839

Coningsby
The New Generation, [en] 1844

Sybil
or, The Two Nations, [en] 1845

Literary Character of Men of Genius
Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions, [en] 1850

Lothair, [en] 1870

Alroy
Romani, [fi] 1875

Endymion, [en] 1880

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