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Benjamin Disraeli Information (1804 – 1881)
Benjamin Disraeli

Benjamin Disraeli was born on December 21, 1804 and died on April 19, 1881. He was a talented writer as well as a politician who twice served as Prime Minister. His works include Sybil, Coningsby and Vivian Grey.

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"London is a roost for every bird." Benjamin DisraeliLothair
"Action may not always be happiness," said the general; "but there is no happiness without action." Benjamin DisraeliLothair
"The world is devoted to physical science, because it believes these discoveries will increase its capacity of luxury and self-indulgence. But the pursuit of science leads only to the insoluble." Benjamin DisraeliLothair
"My idea of an agreeable person," said Hugo Bohun, "is a person who agrees with me." Benjamin DisraeliLothair
"The world is wearied of statesmen; whom democracy has degraded into politicians." Benjamin DisraeliLothair
"You know who the critics are? The men who have failed in literature and art." Benjamin DisraeliLothair
Indeed, he would sometimes remark, when a man fell into his anecdotage, it was a sign for him to retire from the world. Benjamin DisraeliLothair


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