6 edition of The Self-Fashioning of Disraeli, 18181851 found in the catalog.
February 28, 1999 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Charles Richmond (Editor), Paul Smith (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
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This is the first book to bring together specialists in history, literary studies and psychiatry to offer fresh insight into the way in which he successfully fashioned his personality in the. The Self-Fashioning of Disraeli,edited by Charles Richmond and Paul Smith; 18181851 book.
ix + New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,$, £ The editors lay their cards on the table in their first endnote: "The major stimulus to renewed examination of the first half of Disraeli's career has been supplied by the work of the Disraeli Author: Stanley Weintraub.
The Self-Fashioning of Disraeli,edited by Charles Richmond and Paul Smith. New York, Cambridge University Press, ix, pp. $ U.S. (cloth). Those interested in Benjamin Disraeli's complex personality will find this collective dissection compelling reading.
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Venetia or the Poet's Daughter was published in Mayin the year of Queen Victoria's accession to the throne and Disraeli’s first election to Parliament.
As Daniel S. Schwartz has remarked, ‘Disraeli was in desperate financial straits when he wrote Venetia, in part because Henrietta Temple, although his most successful novel since Vivian Grey, did not produce.
His books include Disraelian Conservatism and Social Reform (), Disraeli: ABriefLife()and,aseditor,LordSalisburyonPolitics(). THE SELF-FASHIONING OF DISRAELI ^ EDITED BY CHARLES RICHMOND AND PAUL SMITH.
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It is not simply an account of the battle over the Corn Laws with Sir Robert Peel, but a most remarkable book, extremely readable, and full of often quoted and apt comments and descriptions. As a vivid story of one of the great parliamentary dramas in British history it is.
remember Disraeli as a mercurial self-fashioner, who adopted various personae throughout his public life. In focusing on his eccentric self-fashioning as a political actor and novelist, many scholars have removed Disraeli from his nineteenth-century intellectual contexts in.
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Deeply in debt, he sold most of it at Sotheby's — except for the Judaica. See The Self-Fashioning of Disraeli,ed. Charles Richmond & Paul Smith (Cambridge, ): Bibliography [Book under review] Cesarani, David.
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Disraeli: The Romance of Politics, by Robert O’Kell all of Disraeli’s work and uses this to provide a psychological insight into what recent scholars have termed the ‘self-fashioning’ of Disraeli.
As a Canadian, Professor O’Kell is well placed to make best use of the excellent ongoing work of the Disraeli Project at Queen’s Author: I.
Cawood. Renaissance Self-Fashioning is a study of sixteenth-century life and literature that spawned a new era of scholarly inquiry. Stephen Greenblatt examines the structure of selfhood as evidenced in major literary figures of the English Renaissance—More, Tyndale, Wyatt, Spenser, Marlowe, and Shakespeare—and finds that in the early modern period new questions surrounding the nature.
The self-fashioning of Disraeli, () British naval policy in the Gladstone-Disraeli era, () Disraeli (). The book is worth reading as an historical document and is essential to understand Disraeli’s own thinking. The descriptions of the lot of the working people are excellent and can be read in conjunction with those of Dickens and Engels, but as a novel, the book seldom rises above the level of Victorian melodrama/5(32).
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Benjamin Disraeli, 1st earl of Beaconsfield (dĬzrā´lē), –81, British statesman and is regarded as the founder of the modern Conservative party. Early Career Disraeli was of Jewish ancestry, but his father, the literary critic Isaac D'Israeli, had him baptized ().In Disraeli published his first novel, Vivian Grey.
Author: E. Eisner Editor: Springer ISBN: X Size: 13,57 MB Format: PDF, Kindle Read: AbstractThis article examines the reception of Benjamin Disraeli as a bestselling novelist and respectable elder statesman as reflected in obituaries and biographical sketches appearing in the wake of his death in It starts out by tracing Disraeli’s entry into the popular imagination during his lifetime before focusing on the intersections of literary and political fame in late Author: Sandra Mayer.
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Disraeli was not a bestseller. Coningsby and Sybil sold about 3, copies, and gave him a profit of about £1, per title. Sybil was advertised for sale in. The self-fashioning of Disraeli, / Published: () The right honourable Benjamin Disraeli: Earl of Beaconsfield and Viscount Hughenden, K.G.
Born Decem ; died Ap Interred at Hughenden April 26th. Paul Smith (born ) is a British historian of Victorian England. In Smith edited a collection of Lord Salisbury's articles that he had written for the Quarterly Review.
Vernon Bogdanor claimed that Smith's lengthy introduction explaining Salisbury's politics was "extremely perceptive": "This is the best thing that has been written on Salisbury since Lady Gwendolen Authority control: LCCN: n, VIAF:.
Benjamin Disraeli, 1.º Conde de Beaconsfield KG, PC, FRS (Londres, 21 de dezembro de – Londres 19 de abril de ) foi um político Conservador britânico, escritor, aristocrata e Primeiro-Ministro do Reino Unido em duas ocasiões.
Ele teve papel central na criação do Partido Conservador moderno, definindo suas políticas e ampla. Charles Richmond and Paul Smith's collection, "The Self-Fashioning of Disraeli, sheds valuable light on the issue, but its contributors fend as does Donald Sultana in his studs, Benjamin Disraeli in Spain, Malta and Albania--to stress a general "Romantic" affiliation, manifested more in Disraeli's fiction than in the two men's travels.
Disraeli: The Novel Politician is the late English historian’s final book. David Cesarani, who died of cancer last October at was considered the foremost British historian of the modern Jewish experience of his generation.
books include a study of Benjamin Disraeli’s literary output, described by the Journal of British Studies as ‘helpful, insightful, and important.
He does a wonderful job of making Disraeli seem real through the pages of his fiction.’ He was interviewed about his Disraeli book on BBC Radio 3’s Night Waves. Michael’s most. Given recent interest in ‘the Mind of Mr Gladstone’, the ‘Self-fashioning of Disraeli’ and ‘Lord Salisbury’s World’, Gaunt asks, should we not also ‘delve in to ‘the ego of Sir Robert Peel’?’ (p.
16). This is a challenging project and. Benjamin Disraeli (), politician, statesman, and also an important novelist, was one of a number of 19th-century Jews who converted (or were converted) to Christianity but who retained great pride in their "racial origins." Arnold Schoenberg, who reconverted to Judaism, Heinrich Heine, and Felix Mendelssohn were others.Benjamin Disraeli.
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