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Bulwer-Lytton Edward George

( English writer.)

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Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George (Bulwer Lytton, Edward George) (1803-1873), English writer. Born May 25, 1803 in London. Educated in private schools and Trinity College, Cambridge, immersed in worldly life and literary studies. Was a prominent liberal, and later the Conservative Party. In 1859 - Minister of Colonies, in 1866 - Member of the House of Lords. Died Bulwer-Lytton in Torquay 18 January 1873
. The most notable works of Bulwer following: "Pelham, . or the Adventures of a gentleman "(Pelham, . or the Adventures of a Gentleman, . 1828), . remarkable example of 'dendistskoy schools' English novel, "Eugene Eram" (Eugene Aram, . 1832), . sympathetic interpretation of a famous criminal case, . along with his other novels about the grand criminals gave him the glory of the creator of 'nyugeytskogo novel' (from the name of the prison in London); novel "The Last Days of Pompeii" (The Last Days of Pompeii, . 1834), . rebuilt a vivid picture of ancient culture, a historical novel "Harold, . the last of the Saxons "(Harold, . the Last of the Saxons, . 1848), . narrate the death of the Saxon feudal lords,
. Novels "Caxton" (The Caxtons, 1849) and "My novel" (My Novel, 1853) reflected the writer's inclination to realism Charles Dickens and William M. Thackeray, presenting humorous picture of life and manners of the English Province. By the end of his career, under the impression the events of the Paris Commune of 1871, Bulwer created fiction novel The Coming Race "(The Coming Race, 1871). Bulwer was not only prose but also a poet (epic "King Arthur" - King Arthur, 1839) and playwright ( "The Lady of Lyons" - The Lady of Lyons, 1839; "Money" - Money, 1840; play "Richelieu" - Richelieu, 1839, and placed in the 20.).


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