Coningsby: Or, The New Generation
A.W. Galignani, 1844 - 442 pages
Against a background of the progress of the 1832 reform bill through parliament, Disraeli tells the story of the early life of Harry Coningsby. Born into a privileged background Coningsby goes against the wishes of his grandfather in both his political views and his choice of wife.
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