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 Lyly, or Lilly, JohnLytton, Lord, 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Lytton, Lord
(Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, b. May, 1805; d. January 18th, 1873). “Ismael, with other Poems” (1820); prize peom on “Sculpture” (1825); “Weeds and Wild Flowers,” poem (1826); “O’Neill; or, the Rebel” (1827); “Falkland” (1827); “Pelham; or, the Adventures of a Gentleman” (1827); “The Disowned” (1828); “Devereux” (1829); “Paul Clifford” (1830); “The Siamese Twins, and other Poems” (1831); “Eugene Aram” (1831); “Godolphin” (1833); “England and the English” (1833); “The Pilgrims of the Rhine” (1834); “The Last Days of Pompeii” (1834); “The Crisis,” a pamphlet (1834); “The Student,” essays (1835); “Rienzi, the Last of the Tribunes” (1835); “The Duchess de la Vallière,” a play (1836); “Athens, its Rise and Fall” (1836) “Ernest Maltravers” (1837); “Alice; or, the Mysteries” (1838); “Leila; or, the Siege of Granada,” and “Calderon, the Courtier” (1838); “The Lady of Lyons,” a play (1838); “Richelieu,” a play (1839); “The Sea Captain,” a play (1839); “Money,” a play (1840); “Night and Morning” (1841); “Zanoni” (1842); “Eva” and “The Ill-omened Marriage” (1842); “Poems and Ballads of Schiller,” translated (1844); “The Last of the Barons” (1843); “Confessions of a Water Patient” (1845); “The New Timon” (1845); “Lucretia; or, the Children of the Night” (1847); “King Arthur” (1848): “The Caxtons a Family Picture” (1849); “Harold, the Last of the Saxons” (1850); “Not so Bad as We Seem,” a play (1851); “My Novel; or, Varieties of English Life” (1853); “What will He do with It?” (1858); “A Strange Story” (1862); “Caxtoniana; or, Essays on Life, Literature, and Manners” (1863); “The Lost Tales of Miletus” (1866); “The Rightful Heir,” a play (1868); “Walpole” (1869); “The Coming Race” (1871); “The Parisians” (1873); “Kenelm Chillingley” (1873); and “Pausanias the Spartan” (1876). An edition of his “Dramatic Works” appeared in 1863, of his “Poems” in 1865, and of his “Miscellaneous Prose Works” in 1868. His “Novels” are published in numerous editions. For Biography, see the “Memoir” prefixed by Robert, Lord Lytton, to his father’s “Speeches” (1874), and “The Life, Letters, and Literary Remains of Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton,” by his son (1883). For Criticism, see “Essays” by George Brimley; “Essays on Fiction” by Nassau W. Senior; “Essays” by W. C. Roscoe; Quarterly Review for January, 1865; Blackwood’s Magazine for March, 1873, etc.   1

 Lyly, or Lilly, JohnLytton, Lord, 


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