This brief volume explores the textual structures – dialogues, descriptions, pamphlet-and-pulpit-like narrations etc., – through which Disraeli enshrines his political and religious views disguised as a novel. The study explores the relationships between political and moralizing tracts and narrative genres in relation to the unification of West and East. His trilogy of novels presents an ideal, unified vision of Eastern and Western religions and civilisations.

Benjamin Disraeli: The uncompromised land

LOIACONO, ANNA
1987

Abstract

This brief volume explores the textual structures – dialogues, descriptions, pamphlet-and-pulpit-like narrations etc., – through which Disraeli enshrines his political and religious views disguised as a novel. The study explores the relationships between political and moralizing tracts and narrative genres in relation to the unification of West and East. His trilogy of novels presents an ideal, unified vision of Eastern and Western religions and civilisations.
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