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Originally published in 1894 as a portion of “Great Men and Famous Women, Volume IV,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in length to a physical book of approximately 16 pages, describes the life and career of British statesman and Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Includes Supplemental Material: •A Brief Summary of the Life of Disraeli •About the Novel “Coningsby” Sample passage Originally published in 1894 as a portion of “Great Men and Famous Women, Volume IV,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in length to a physical book of approximately 16 pages, describes the life and career of British statesman and Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Includes Supplemental Material: •A Brief Summary of the Life of Disraeli •About the Novel “Coningsby” Sample passage: His first speech in Parliament was attended by peculiar circumstances. A number of the ruder members of the opposition were determined that he should not be heard, and they drowned every sentence in derisive cheers and mocking yells. Disraeli bore it with dignity, but as it was impossible to proceed in the noisy and barbarous din, he closed by saying that he had begun several times many things, and had succeeded at last; and then in a tone that resounded even above the clamor, for he had at all times a sonorous and impressive voice, he cried, “I will sit down now. But the time will come when you will hear me!” About the author: Harriet Prescott Spofford (1835-1921) was an American novelist and poet. Other works include “In a Cellar,” “New England Legends,” and “The Making of a Fortune a Romance.”


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Originally published in 1894 as a portion of “Great Men and Famous Women, Volume IV,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in length to a physical book of approximately 16 pages, describes the life and career of British statesman and Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Includes Supplemental Material: •A Brief Summary of the Life of Disraeli •About the Novel “Coningsby” Sample passage Originally published in 1894 as a portion of “Great Men and Famous Women, Volume IV,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in length to a physical book of approximately 16 pages, describes the life and career of British statesman and Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Includes Supplemental Material: •A Brief Summary of the Life of Disraeli •About the Novel “Coningsby” Sample passage: His first speech in Parliament was attended by peculiar circumstances. A number of the ruder members of the opposition were determined that he should not be heard, and they drowned every sentence in derisive cheers and mocking yells. Disraeli bore it with dignity, but as it was impossible to proceed in the noisy and barbarous din, he closed by saying that he had begun several times many things, and had succeeded at last; and then in a tone that resounded even above the clamor, for he had at all times a sonorous and impressive voice, he cried, “I will sit down now. But the time will come when you will hear me!” About the author: Harriet Prescott Spofford (1835-1921) was an American novelist and poet. Other works include “In a Cellar,” “New England Legends,” and “The Making of a Fortune a Romance.”

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