The Infernal Marriage is the eighth novel written by Benjamin Disraeli who would later become Prime Minister of Great Britain. The novel is set in the Greek underworld. It depicts the marriage of the Roman deities Pluto and Proserpine. It includes a journey to Elysium and a discussion with the deposed Titans.
- Benjamin Disraeli
26 de ago. de 2016 · THE INFERNAL MARRIAGE PART I. PART II. PART III. PART IV. THE INFERNAL MARRIAGE PART I. A Sublime Elopement IT WAS clearly a runaway match—never indeed was such a sublime elopement. The four horses were coal-black, with blood-red manes and tails; and they were shod with rubies. They were harnessed to a basaltic car by a single rein of flame.
The Infernal Marriage by Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881 Usage http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html Collection gutenberg Contributor Project Gutenberg Language English Book from Project Gutenberg: The Infernal Marriage Addeddate 2011-07-21 01:16:17 Call number gutenberg etext# 20003 Identifier theinfernalmarri20003gut
THE INFERNAL MARRIAGE by Benjamin Disraeli Proserpine was the daughter of Jupiter and Ceres. Pluto, the God of Hell, became enamoured of her. His addresses were favored by her father, but opposed by Ceres. Under these circumstances, he surprised her on the plains of Enna, and carried her off in his chariot. PART I CHAPTER 1
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