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Vivian Grey

By Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield

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Title: Vivian Grey  
Author: Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: VOL. I. BOOK THE FIRST. Chapter 1. THE CONSULTATION. I am not aware that the infancy of Vivian Grey was distinguished by any extraordinary incident. The solicitude of the most affectionate of mothers, and the care of the most attentive of nurses, did their best to injure an excellent constitution. But Vivian was an only child, and these exertions were therefore excusable. For the first five years of his life, Master Vivian, with his curly locks and his fancy dress, was the pride of his own, and the envy of all neighbouring establishments; but, in process of time, the horrible spirit of boyism began to develope itself, and Vivian not only would brush his hair ?strait,? and rebel against his nurse, but actually insisted upon being breeched! At this crisis it was discovered that he had been spoiled, and it was determined that he should be sent to school. Mr. Grey observed, also, that the child was nearly ten years old, and did not know his alphabet, and Mrs. Grey remarked, that he was getting very ugly. The fate of Vivian was decided.

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Table of Contents: Vivian Grey, 1 -- Benjamin Disraeli, 1 -- VOL. I, 3 -- BOOK THE FIRST, 3 -- Chapter I. THE CONSULTATION, 3 -- Chapter II. PROGRESS, 4 -- Chapter III. PRIVATE EDUCATION, 5 -- Chapter IV. PRIVATE THEATRICALS, 7 -- Chapter V. A NEW FRIEND, 8 -- Chapter VI. THE CLASSICS, 10 -- Chapter VII. THE CLASSICS, 12 -- Chapter VIII. SOCIETY, 12 -- Chapter IX. THE NEW THEORY, 13 -- Chapter X. A LOUNGE, 14 -- BOOK THE SECOND, 15 -- CHAPTER. I. THE MARQUESS OF CARABAS, 16 -- CHAPTER. II. THE RECEIPT, 19 -- Chapter III. THE MOTTO, 24 -- Chapter IV. CH?TEAU DESIR, 25 -- Chapter V. A NEW CHARACTER, 26 -- Chapter VI. THE TERRACE, 28 -- Chapter VII. EARLY RISING, 29 -- Chapter VIII. THE FIRST WEEK, 30 -- Chapter IX. TACTICS, 31 -- Chapter X. MARRIAGE, 31 -- Chapter XI. THE PARK, 36 -- Chapter XII. A MORNING VISIT, 37 -- Chapter XIII. THE ARRIVAL, 42 -- Chapter XIV. THE HALL, 44 -- Chapter XV. THE DRAWING ROOM, 49 -- Chapter XVI. TOADEYS, 54 -- Chapter XVII. THE CABINET DINNER, 59 -- VOL. II, 62 -- BOOK THE THIRD, 62 -- Chapter I. A COLLEAGUE, 62 -- Chapter II. A COLLEAGUE, 66 -- Chapter III. THE ARRIVAL, 67 -- Chapter IV. THE ELFIN'S WELL, 68 -- Chapter V. THE CONSERVATORY, 73 -- Chapter VI. THE LONG GALLERY, 74 -- Chapter VII. SOUTH AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY, 80 -- Chapter VIII. THE VIVIAN PAPERS, 84 -- Ernest Clay, Esq, to Vivian Grey, Esq, 86 -- Mr. Daniel Groves, to Vivian Grey, Esq, 88 -- Hargrave Grey, Esq, to Vivian Grey, Esq, 89 -- Lady Scrope to Vivian Grey, Esq, 92 -- Horace Grey, Esq, to Vivian Grey, Esq, 93 -- Chapter IX. THE DEPARTURE, 95

 

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