Sir Henry (William Henry Lytton Earle Bulwer; Baron Dalling and Bulwer) 1801–72, British diplomat and author.
For Dickens, like the young men of the time—Disraeli, Bulwer, and the rest—was a great fop.
Life of Charles Dickens Frank Marzials
He is a weak imitator of Bulwer, that is all, and he has not Bulwer’s power of construction.
Nights Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Bulwer’s work may be classified according to subject, though not chronologically.
Library Of The World’s Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 6 Various
And yet surely Bulwer Lytton gave you a presentation copy of Leila.
Dreamers of the Ghetto I. Zangwill
Copeland will give his letter to Bulwer, and I have already one to Crampton.
Charles Lever, His Life in His Letters, Vol. I (of II) Edmund Downey
“There is a world of science necessary in choosing books,” said Bulwer.
How to Succeed Orison Swett Marden
Who will end for me the novel of which Byron only wrote a chapter; who, as Bulwer Lytton is dead?
Adventures among Books Andrew Lang
Item, Forster will incessantly deliver an address by Bulwer.
The Letters of Charles Dickens Charles Dickens
Her advice was almost identical with that which, in Bulwer Lytton’s novel, Pelham, is administered to the hero by his mother.
Memoirs of Life and Literature W. H. Mallock
This mood was fed and fostered by my reading Bulwer’s ‘Rienzi.’
Richard Wagner His Life and His Dramas W. J. Henderson
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