The Rise of Iskander is the seventh novel written by Benjamin Disraeli who would later become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Background [ edit ] The Rise of Iskander was written in Bath, England in the winter of 1832–3.
- Saunders and Otley
- March 1833
- Benjamin Disraeli
THE RISE OF ISKANDER by Benjamin Disraeli CHAPTER 1 1.¶1 The sun had set behind the mountains, and the rich plain of Athens was suffused with the violet glow of a Grecian eye. A light breeze rose; the olive-groves awoke from their noonday trance, and rustled with returning animation, and the pennons of the Turkish squadron, that lay at anchor ...
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1 de jul. de 2007 · The Rise of Iskander Benjamin Disraeli Echo Library, Jul 1, 2007 - Fiction - 88 pages At length he was on the centre of the centre arch, an eminent position, which allowed him for a moment to...