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  1. Lothair (novel) - Wikipedia

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    Lothair (1870) was a late novel by Benjamin Disraeli, the first he wrote after his first term as Prime Minister. It deals with the comparative merits of the Catholic and Anglican churches as heirs of Judaism, and with the topical question of Italian unification.

  2. Amazon.com: Lothair (Oxford English Novels) (9780192553560 ...

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    Mar 06, 1974 · "Lothair" (1870) was Disraeli's first novel for over 20 years. Divided into 89 short chapters, it starts slowly. Religion, which forms to be the overarching theme of the book, is not seriously discussed until Chapter 9.

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  3. Lothair: Disraeli, Benjamin: 9781438514529: Amazon.com: Books

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    "Lothair" (1870) was Disraeli's first novel for over 20 years. Divided into 89 short chapters, it starts slowly. Religion, which forms to be the overarching theme of the book, is not seriously discussed until Chapter 9.

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  4. Lothair by Benjamin Disraeli - goodreads.com

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    A delightful picture of gardenesque planting can be found in Disraeli's high-flown romantic novel, Lothair; written in 1870, it describes a park planted in about 1800 with all the trees as specimens, no longer in the belts and clumps of Capability Brown.

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  5. Lothair: The Heirs of Judaism by Benjamin Disraeli, Paperback ...

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    Aug 14, 2014 · Lothair (1870) was a late novel by Benjamin Disraeli, the first he wrote after his first term as Prime Minister. It deals with the comparative merits of the Catholic and Anglican churches as heirs of Judaism, and with the topical question of Italian unification.

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  7. Lothair (Illustrated) by Benjamin Disraeli, Paperback ...

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    The novel set in the years 1866-1868, treats the adventures and spiritual dilemmas of a young Scottish aristocrat Lothair, who after the death of his parents was brought up by two guardians: his strict Presbyterian uncle, Lord Culloden - and a clergyman, who later seceded from the Anglican communion and entered the Church of Rome to become a ...

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  8. Romance, Religion and Politics in Benjamin Disraeli’s “Lothair”

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    Lothair was such a successful novel that Charles Dickens spoke publicly of Disraeli’s great return to the ‘Brotherhood of Literature’ (Braun 4). The first 2,000 copies sold out immediately and the editor, Thomas Longman, decided to print additional 7,000 copies, which were also sold within the next few days.

  9. Lothair (clipper) - Wikipedia

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    Lothair was named after British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli 's 14th novel Lothair, published on 2 May 1870. The novel was well received and even Charles Dickens welcomed Disraeli back to the "brotherhood of literature". The first edition sold out immediately.

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