Auteur:Edward Bulwer-Lytton

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Edward Bulwer-Lytton

Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Romancier anglais ()
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Œuvres[modifier]

  • O’Neill (1827, anonyme)
  • Falkland (1827, anonyme)
  • Pelham: or, Adventures of a Gentleman (1828, anonyme)
  • The Disowned (1829, anonyme)
  • Devereux (1829, anonyme)
  • Paul Clifford — Paul Clifford (1830, as "E.B.L.")
  • Eugene Aram (1832, anonyme)
  • Asmodeus at Large (1833, anonyme)
  • Godolphin: A Tale (1833, anonyme)
  • L’Angleterre et les anglais — England and the English (1833, 2 editions)
  • Les Derniers Jours De Pompéï — The Last Days of Pompeii (1834, anonyme)
  • The Pilgrims of the Rhine (1834, anonyme)
  • A Letter to a Late Cabinet Minister on the Present Crisis (Mr. Bulwer; or, The Present Crisis) (1834)
  • The Student (in New Monthly Magazine, 1835)
  • Rienzi: The Last of the Roman Tribunes (1835)
  • Athens: Its Rise and Fall; With Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and Social Life of the Athenian People (1837)
  • Ernest MaltraversErnest Maltravers: or, Eleusinia (1837, anonyme)
  • Alice, ou les MystèresAlice; or, The Mysteries (1838, anonyme)
  • Calderon, the Courtier: A Tale (1838, anonyme)
  • Leila; or, The Siege of Granada (1838)
  • Night and Morning (anonyme, 1841)|Night and Morning (1841, anonyme)
  • Zanoni (1842, anonyme)
  • The Last of the Barons (1843)
  • Confession of a Water Patient (1845)
  • The Crisis (anonyme, 1845)|The Crisis (1845, anonyme)
  • The New Timon (1846, anonyme)
  • Lucretia (1846, anonyme)
  • A Word to the Public (1847, anonyme)
  • Harold, the Last of the Saxon Kings (1848, anonyme)
  • The Caxtons: A Family Picture (in Blackood’s Magazine, 1849)
  • Night and Morning (Bulwer-Lytton)|Night and Morning (1851)
  • Letter to John Bull, Esq. (1851)
  • Outlines of the early history of the East (1852)
  • "My Novel," by Pisistratus Caxton: or, Varieties in English Life (in Blackwood’s Magazine, 1853)
  • Address to the Associated Societies of the University of Edinburgh (1854)
  • Speech at the Leeds Mechanics’ Institution (1854)
  • Clytemnestra, The earl’s return, The artist, and other poems (pseudonym Owen Meredith, 1855)
  • The Haunted and the Haunters: or, The House and the Brain]]
  • What Will He Do with It?|What Will He Do with It?: A Novel]], (1858, pseudonym Pisistratus Caxton)
  • St. Stephen’s (1860, anonyme)
  • A Strange Story (1861, anonyme)
  • Caxtoniana (1863)
  • The Lost Tales of Miletus (1866)
  • Vril: The Power of the Coming Race; The New Utopia (in Blackwood’s, 1871, anonyme)
  • The Parisians (in Blackwood’s, 1873)
  • Kenelm Chillingly: His Adventures and Opinions (1873, anonyme)
  • Pausanias, the Spartan: An Unfinished Historical Romance (1876, posthume)

Théâtre[modifier]

  • The Duchess de la Vallière (1836)
  • The Lady of Lyons; or, Love and Pride]]
  • Richelieu; or, The Conspiracy (1839, anonyme)
  • The Sea-captain; or, The Birthright (1839, anonyme) (also The Rightful Heir, 1868, anonyme)
  • Money: A Comedy (1840, anonyme)
  • Not So Bad as We Seem; or, Many Sides to a Character (1851) [
  • Walpole (1869)

Poésie[modifier]

  • Ismael: An Oriental Tale, with Other Poems (1820)
  • Delmour; or, A Tale of a Sylphid, and Other Poems (1823, anonyme)
  • Sculpture (1825)
  • Weeds and Wild Flowers (1825, anonyme, à compte d’auteur)
  • The Siamese Twins (1831)
  • Eva, a true story of light and darkness (collection, 1842, 2 editions)
  • King Arthur (1848, 2nd ed. 1849)
  • The Boatman (in Blackwood’s Magazine, 1864, pseudonym Pisistratus Caxton)
  • The Land of Promise: a Fable (in Littell’s Living Age, May 5, 1883)


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