Dizzy: The Life & Personality of Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Chapter 1- Beginnings 1
  • Chapter 2- Speculative 9
  • Chapter 3- Ben-Vivian 17
  • Chapter 4- Partly Sartorial 26
  • Chapter 5- Largely Personal 37
  • Chapter 6- Social, Political and Amorous 44
  • Chapter 7- Turmoil 55
  • Chapter 8- Love and Money 69
  • Chapter 9- Rebellion and Bread 79
  • Chapter 10- The Trustees of Posterity 88
  • Chapter 11- Take Physic, Pomp 96
  • Chapter 12- Peel Repeals 105
  • Chapter 13- Leadership 121
  • Chapter 14- At Home 134
  • Chapter 15- In and Out 144
  • Chapter 16- Love, War and Revolution 156
  • Chapter 17- Second Innings 168
  • Chapter 18- The Greasy Pole 184
  • Chapter 19- The Impenetrable Man 201
  • Chapter 20- The Inevitable Hour 214
  • Chapter 21- Glory and the Gout 221
  • Chapter 22- Three Ladles 242
  • Chapter 23- Elysian Fields 255
  • Chapter 24- Afghans and Zulus 276
  • Chapter 25- Bendymion 291
  • Bibliographical Note 304
  • Index 305
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