Christopher Hibbert describes how, against the Queen’s wishes, the Prince successfully toured the British Indian Empire at the age of thirty-four.
Philip Magnus analyses the political, personal, and literary careers of one of Britain's most influential Victorian premiers.
William Kuhn considers some of the ways a look at Benjamin Disraeli’s sexuality challenges our idea of the Victorians and the man himself.
Mark Rathbone compares Gladstone's and Disraeli's differing approaches to a crucial foreign policy issue.
T.A. Jenkins reviews the life and legacy of Benjamin Disraeli, statesman, novelist and man-about-town, on the bicentenary of his birth.
Simon Lemieux provides guidance on essays comparing the performance of the two adversaries in Victorian Britain.
John Vincent asks a key question of the Conservative politician.