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Victorian Ghosts, 1852-1907: EN 4573 Collection


Additionally, Edwin W. Bowen highlights Edward Bulwer Lytton's involvement in politics and the Whig party therein he states, "1831, when Bulwer entered Parliament, political conditions were in such a state that he felt constrained, aristocrat though he was, to identify himself with the radical and progressive party, the Whigs. The principles the Whigs stood for, such as the various reform measures, made a very strong appeal to Bulwer and enlisted his sympathy and interest." (100)

Bowen, Edwin W. “Bulwer-Lytton Forty Years After.” The Sewanee Review, vol. 26, no. 1, 1918, pp. 92–111. JSTOR,


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