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British literature from the 18th and 19th century , Terezie Panasová, V7A
Content Romantic literature George Gordno Byron Victorian era Charles Dickens George Orwell
Romanticism Imaginery, sensibility racionality feelings inviduality desire soul the companies
George Gordon Byron Rejoiced excess, love scandals Against capitalism Childe Harold´s Pilgrimage Manfred Cain Don Juan - unfinished
Vicotrian era 1. - Pickwick Papers,1831 the Novel nonfiction Poetry Authors: Brotës sisters George B. Shaw Oscar Wilde Lewis Carrol
Charles Dickens 1812 –1870 Greatest novelist Debtors´ prison journalist, Boz The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club 15 novels & hundred of stories The Adventures of Oliver Twist
20th century Social novel – saga Crime fiction Science fiction Modernism Social drama Dystopia Fantasy
Eric Arthur Blair G. Orwell The USA – The UK Burma → Burmese Days Banned author Dystopia socialist, novelist, essayist, journalist and critic
Questions 1.Describe at least 3 xxx of the romanticism. 2.In which period did Byron live? 3.Did Dickens gratuade? 4.How many novels did he write? 5.Why Orwell was banned?
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Chapter 12 Section 4: Culture: Romanticism and Realism.
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2 nd Semester Review Jeopardy GrammarVictorians20 th CenturyThe RestorationThe Romantics
By: Caitlyn Baker 11/4/13 1 st period. His full name was Eric Arthur Blair Born June 25, 1903 Died January 21, 1950 He was an English novelist,
CHARLES DICKENS. Childhood Born in Portsmouth, England on Friday, Feb. 7, The second of 8 children born to John and Elizabeth Dickens.
Charles Dickens William Powell Frith, Portrait of Charles Dickens, London, Victoria and Albert Museum.
Charles Dickens biography A famous writer of the 19 th century-his books still charm the people!!!
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Romance literature in the period of Romanticism ( ) uses the term in the sameway we used it in the Medieval Period: freely imaginative, idealizing.
The Victorian Period A Time of Change London becomes most important city in Europe Population of London expands from two million to six million.
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The famous writer Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England on 7 th February, The house has miraculously survived and is now preserved as.
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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt Genres Types of Sentences.
W ARM - UP Answer the following ?s that relate to our study of A Doll’s House: 1. What do dolls look like? What do people do with dolls? 2. What do dolls’
The Importance of Being Earnest By Oscar Wilde ( )
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13th October 2005 Learning Intention To compare modern day and Victorian schooling.
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