Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle
Sir Edward G. D. Bulwer - Lytton (1803 - 1873), an English poet, politician, dramatist, and novelist of the nineteenth century, was born in London. He wrote many books, including his witty and in - depth study of dandyism, Pelham (1828), but he is best known for his popular novels, Paul Clifford (1830) and The Last Days of Pompeii (1834). Bulwer - Lytton was greatly influenced by Dickens, who introduced him into the world of literature.
English politician, dramatist, and poet, Lytton is predominantly remembered as a novelist. He was the member of the Liberal Party. His books are based on personal experiences that arouse historical interest and express major intellectual currents of 19th century.