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Coningsby.

Author: Benjamin Disraeli
Publisher: Champaign, IL : Standard, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Henry Coningsby is the orphaned grandson of a wealthy Marquess. While at Eton he befriends Oswald whose father is an enemy of the Marquess. The older men represent old and new money is society. Coningsby begins to develop liberal political views, so his grandfather secretly disinherits him. Coningsby is then forced to work for a living.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Disraeli
ISBN: 9781604242218 1604242213
OCLC Number: 269530431
Description: 448 p. ; 23 cm.

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Henry Coningsby is the orphaned grandson of a wealthy Marquess. While at Eton he befriends Oswald whose father is an enemy of the Marquess. The older men represent old and new money is society. Coningsby begins to develop liberal political views, so his grandfather secretly disinherits him. Coningsby is then forced to work for a living.

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