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Mr. Disraeli and common Englishmen there was too broad a gulf—too great a difference. He was simply unintelligible to them. "Ten miles from London,' to use the old phrase, there is scarcely any real conception of him. His mode of regarding Parliamentary proceedings as a play and a game, is incomprehensible to the simple and earnest English nature. Perhaps he has gained more than he has lost by the English not understanding him. At any rate, the fact remains that the special influence of this great gladiator never passed the walls of the amphitheatre: he has ruled the country by ruling Parliament, but has never had any influence in Parliament reverberating from the nation itself.
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