Edward Bulwer-Lytton

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  • Is Mightier Than The Sword By Edward George Bulwer Lytton

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    “Beneath the rule of men entirely great, the pen is mightier than the sword” a commonly known quote by Edward George Bulwer Lytton. Edward speaks on behalf that of the masses and not on any person. I have lived a life of me like most happy content with a not-a-care-in-the-world attitude but like most i find it funny how i can find something i care about equally to me. The most unusual things we find people, money ,and even everyday things that to most look like objects but to the owner seem like

  • Literary Criticism In Cardinal Richelieu

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    Book Review Poetry is a form of art that serves the purpose to express the writer's opinions, and also combat oppressive forces without the use of any physical force. These writers can relate to the expression by the playwright and novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton in the play Cardinal Richelieu, “The pen is mightier than the sword”(BBC); this expression serves as a metaphor in its own right as the nature describes the effect of words to provide a stronger impact on the intended audience than any kind

  • Lord Lytton Research Paper

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    the 19th century, however, drought was treated, particularly by the English in India, as an opportunity for reasserting sovereignty. A particular villain was Lord Lytton, son of the Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton ("It was a dark and stormy night...") after whom, today, a well-known bad writing prize is named. During 1876 Lytton, widely suspected to be insane, ignored all efforts to alleviate the suffering of millions of peasants in the Madras region and concentrated on preparing for Queen

  • The Two Endings of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations Essay

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    The Two Endings of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations No novel is complete without a good ending. Although the introductory and middle portions are important as well, the conclusion is what the reader tends to remember most. When Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations, he crafted a work that is truly excellent the whole way through. From the moment Pip is introduced until he and Estella walk out of the garden in the final chapter, this book exhibits an uncanny ability to keep

  • Edward George Bulwer Lytton's Essay Remains

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    Edward George Bulwer Lytton, an English novelist, once said, “The pen is mightier than the sword,” which means words are more powerful and effective than weapons in achieving one’s purpose. In essay writing, however, words alone are not enough. The intrinsic worth of the ideas you present in your essay would be denigrated unless these concepts are clearly stated and are easily followed. Essays have a standardized structure containing the introduction, the body, and the conclusion which assists the

  • End Of Novel Project: Great Expectations By Charles Dickens

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    originally wrote an ending for Great Expectations that is very different from the one that is available to us today. Dickens had decided to change his original ending to the one that we know of because of a suggestion from one of his friends, either Sir Edward D. G.

  • The Entente Cordiale, Signed 1904

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    The Entente Cordiale, signed 1904, was a series of agreements that changed Anglo-Franco relations entirely. For one thousand years beforehand, the English and the French had many disagreements, wars, and conflicts that created a lot of tension between the two nations. But forty years after the Entente established a friendship between the two countries, England and France fought two major wars as very close allies. The main reason that the Entente Cordiale was signed in the first place was that England

  • Language Devices In Othello

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    The Collins Dictionary defines the word language as a system of sounds and words for communicating thoughts. (Collins pocket dictionary and thesaurus, 2009:366) In the play Othello, language plays a vital role. It creates characters identities and it shapes their fate, it also drives the central plot. Language more particularly words, connects the audience with the play and more importantly the characters. Word in Othello is power. In this essay I will explain the significance of language in the

  • Richard Wagner and Opera Essay

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    Richard Wagner and Opera One of the key figures in the history of opera, Wagner was largely responsible for altering its orientation in the nineteenth century. His program of artistic reform accelerated the trend towards organically conceived, through-composed structures, as well as influencing the development of the orchestra, of a new breed of singer, and of various aspects of theatrical practice. As the most influential composer during the second half of the nineteenth century,

  • Expectations Second Ending

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    complete classic. Yet, there is some debate on the most important part of the story - the ending. The ending that Dickens published in his book was actually different from the one he had first written. After hearing some advice from his friend Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Dickens decided to change the final part of his novel. A huge debate has been created as a result of the fixes Dickens made: which of the two endings that Dickens wrote was better - the original or the published one? After examining both Dickens’