Night and Morning, Volume 1 by Edward Bulwer Lytton

This eBook was produced by David Widger THE WORKS OF EDWARD BULWER LYTTON (LORD LYTTON) NIGHT AND MORNING Book I PREFACE TO THE EDITION OF 1845. Much has been written by critics, especially by those in Germany (the native land of criticism), upon the important question, whether to please or to instruct should be the

Night and Morning, Complete by Edward Bulwer Lytton

This eBook was produced by David Widger THE WORKS OF EDWARD BULWER LYTTON (LORD LYTTON) NIGHT AND MORNING PREFACE TO THE EDITION OF 1845. Much has been written by critics, especially by those in Germany (the native land of criticism), upon the important question, whether to please or to instruct should be the end of

Leila Complete by Edward Bulwer LyttonOr, The Siege of Granada

This eBook was produced by David Widger LEILA OR, THE SIEGE OF GRANADA BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON Complete BOOK I. CHAPTER I. THE ENCHANTER AND THE WARRIOR. It was the summer of the year 1491, and the armies of Ferdinand and Isabel invested the city of Granada. The night was not far advanced; and the

Leila Book V by Edward Bulwer LyttonOr, The Siege of Granada

This eBook was produced by David Widger LEILA OR, THE SIEGE OF GRANADA BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON Book V. CHAPTER I. THE GREAT BATTLE. The day slowly dawned upon that awful night; and the Moors, still upon the battlements of Granada, beheld the whole army of Ferdinand on its march towards their wails. At a

Leila Book IV by Edward Bulwer LyttonOr, The Siege of Granada

This eBook was produced by David Widger LEILA OR, THE SIEGE OF GRANADA BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON Book IV. CHAPTER. I. LEILA IN THE CASTLE–THE SIEGE. The calmer contemplations and more holy anxieties of Leila were, at length, broken in upon by intelligence, the fearful interest of which absorbed the whole mind and care of

Leila Book III by Edward Bulwer LyttonOr, The Siege of Granada

This eBook was produced by David Widger LEILA OR, THE SIEGE OF GRANADA BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON Book III. CHAPTER I. ISABEL AND THE JEWISH MAIDEN. While this scene took place before the tribunal of Torquemada, Leila had been summoned from the indulgence of fears, which her gentle nature and her luxurious nurturing had ill-fitted

Leila Book II by Edward Bulwer LyttonOr, The Siege of Granada

This eBook was produced by David Widger LEILA OR, THE SIEGE OF GRANADA BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON Book II. CHAPTER I. THE ROYAL TENT OF SPAIN.–THE KING AND THE DOMINICAN–THE VISITOR AND THE HOSTAGE. Our narrative now summons us to the Christian army, and to the tent in which the Spanish king held nocturnal counsel

Leila Book I by Edward Bulwer LyttonOr, The Siege of Granada

This eBook was produced by David Widger LEILA OR, THE SIEGE OF GRANADA BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON Book I. CHAPTER I. THE ENCHANTER AND THE WARRIOR. It was the summer of the year 1491, and the armies of Ferdinand and Isabel invested the city of Granada. The night was not far advanced; and the moon,

Calderon The Courtier, A Tale, Complete by Edward Bulwer Lytton

This eBook was produced by David Widger CALDERON, THE COURTIER BY EDWARD BULWER LYTTON CONTENTS: CHAPTER I. The Antechamber, CHAPTER II. The Lover and the Confidant CHAPTER III. A Rival CHAPTER IV. Civil Ambition, and Ecclesiastical CHAPTER V. The true Fate of Morgana CHAPTER VI. Web upon Web CHAPTER VII. The open Countenance, the concealed

Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton

dispute as to the precise amount of the influence they exercised, and the exact nature of the rites and customs they established. A belief in the early connexion between the Egyptians and Athenians, encouraged by the artful vanity of the one, was welcomed by the lively credulity of the other. Many ages after the reputed

Athens: Its Rise and Fall Book 5 by Edward Bulwer-Lytton

not listen to the prayer of his sister to desist from the expedition to Thebes, and to turn his armies back to Argos. “What,” he says, “Lead back an army that could deem I trembled!” Yet he feels the mournful persuasion that his death is doomed; and a glimpse of the plot of the “Antigone”

Athens: Its Rise and Fall Book 4 by Edward Bulwer-Lytton

War between Megara and Corinth.–Megara and Pegae garrisoned by Athenians.–Review of Affairs at the Persian Court.–Accession of Artaxerxes.–Revolt of Egypt under Inarus.–Athenian Expedition to assist Inarus.–Aegina besieged.–The Corinthians defeated.–Spartan Conspiracy with the Athenian Oligarchy.–Battle of Tanagra.–Campaign and Successes of Myronides.–Plot of the Oligarchy against the Republic.–Recall of Cimon.–Long Walls completed.–Aegina reduced.– Expedition under Tolmides.–Ithome surrenders.–The