Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton gets a bad rap these days. There is the Bulwer-Lytton fiction contest for the worst opening sentence in a book. That's a little unfair. "It was a dark and windy night..." was not so much of a cliché when he wrote it. He is often blamed for persuading Charles Dickens to change the ending of Great Expectations. Well, why did Dickens ask him for his opinion if he was so sure of it?
Anyway, someone called Mikhail Simkin has set up a quiz in which extracts of some of Dickens' and Bulwer-Lytton's best work is reproduced, and you have to guess who wrote which. I scored 42%.