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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
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“Owen Meredith” (Edward Robert Bulwer-Lytton, b. November 8th, 1831; d. November 24th, 1891). “Clytemnestra.” etc. (1855); “The Wanderer” (1859); “Lucile” (1860); “Julian Fane: a Memoir” (1861); “The Ring of Amasis” (1863); “Poetical Works of Owen Meredith” (1867); “Chronicles and Characters” (1868); “Orval; or, the Fool of Time” (1869); “Fables in Song” (1874); “Glenaveril; or, the Metamorphoses” (1885); “After Paradise” (1887); “The Ring of Amasis” (1890); “King Poppy” (1892); also, in conjunction with Julian Fane, “Tannhäuser; or, the Battle of the Bards” (1861). In 1883 he published a Life of his father.   1
 


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