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VICTORIAN UNIT REVIEW!!!!
Who was the period named after? Answer: Queen Victoria
The 1840’s were nicknamed “The ____________ Forties.” Answer: The Hungry 40s
Why did over 2 million Irish migrate to England? Answer: The Potato Famine
When it came to Victorian values, what were people not allowed to talk about? Answer: Personal matters – especially anything dealing with SEX! SEX
Who was Florence Nightingale? Answer: A war nurse who improved health and sanitation for injured soldiers
Who was Octavia Hill? Answer: Social worker who helped to improve housing!
What scientific theory became very popular, and who came up with it? Answer: Charles Darwin; Evolution.
What author wrote A Christmas Carol? Answer: Charles Dickens
Wrote the sonnet “How do I Love Thee?” Answer: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
What author wrote The Lady of Shalott? Answer: Alfred, Lord Tennyson
This author is known for his very poor beginnings in poverty and ending as a successful writer! Answer: Charles Dickens
Published a well-known book of poems called “Sonnets from the Portuguese ” Answer: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
This author was born in Bombay, India. Answer: Rudyard Kipling
Critics told this author he was too “melancholy” and he didn’t find his success until he was 4o years old! Answer: Alfred, Lord Tennyson
This author fell in love with Elizabeth Barrett and eloped to Italy in 1846. Answer: Robert Browning
This author is forced to postpone his engagement for 14 years because he has no money! Answer: Alfred, Lord Tennyson
This author wrote “The Mark of the Beast”. Answer: Rudyard Kipling
Was an “invalid” –was sick and addicted to morphine whole life Answer: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Wrote the poems “Meeting at Night” and “Life in a Love” Answer: Robert Browning
This author becomes the “Poet Laureate” of England after William Wordsworth Answer: Alfred, Lord Tennyson
This poet’s father forbid any of his children to marry – had to marry in secret Answer: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
This author didn’t feel that European civilization and way of life was superior to all else and disagreed with using guns to impose values on others.. Answer: Rudyard Kipling
Alfred Lord Tennyson (UK) Poet Laureate of Great Britain & Ireland during Victoria’s reign who remains one of the most popular British poets.
The Victorian Period By Dr. Carter. Queen Victoria One of England’s powerful, long-reigning queens who support social moral standards. Married.
William Shakespare ( ) a great English writer. He is one of the most famous. He was born in1564 on Stratford - on - Avon. His plays and tragedies.
Sasha ; Priit ; Tessa. Poetry Alfred, Lord Tennyson, begins writing long poem In Memoriam Elizabeth Barrett Browning publishes love poems.
The Victorian World The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
The Victorian Period ( ) A Period of Progress and Decline Named for Queen Victoria ( ) Named for Queen Victoria ( ) An age of reform.
William Shakespare ( ) a great English writer. He is one of the most famous ever. He was born 1564 in Stratford - on - Avon. His plays and tragedies.
April 2012 Sonnet 43 (Elizabeth Barrett Browning) LO1: Understand the context of the poem Sonnet 43. LO2: Annotate the poem, considering the views of relationships.
The Victorian Period Victorian Period—The Queen This period is named after Queen Victoria who was crowned queen in 1837 at the age of 18. She.
Elizabeth Barrett (1806 – 1861) Robert Browning ( )
Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning. Elizabeth Barrett Browning Born 1806, the eldest child of a prosperous merchant family Self-educated at.
Charles Dickens is a very important and famous English writer. He is the most popular novelist of his time. He lived and wrote in the 19th century, he.
“Literary Britain”. New vocabulary: birthplace – место рождения, родина to be associated with – ассоциироваться с… to be well known – быть известным,
The Victorian Era Poetry. Queen Victoria Queen at age 18 –Graceful and self-assured –Longest reign in British history Married German prince, Albert of.
The Victorians By Tatenda Contents 4 - Queen Victoria 5 - Queen Victoria 6 - famous Victorians 7 - Charles Darwin 8 - Charles dickens 9 - Florence Nightingale.
Early Period ( ): The Victorian Age began in 1837 when Victoria was 18 and became the Queen of England. During this era, England became the.
Hero or villain Etienne Hayward. When Dickens was younger he and his family were fed well but did not pay for the food, they were basically stealing.
Alfred, Lord Tennyson. During middle age, he became the most famous During middle age, he became the most famous and celebrated poet of Victorian England.
Charles Dickens Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England, on February 7,1812. His family moved to London, but his father.
(December 30,1865, Bombay - January 18,1936, London)
The Victorian Period ( ) Introductory Notes.
VICTORIAN POETRY POETRY WAS A LUCRATIVE LITERARY ENTERPRISE DURING THE VICTORI- AN AGE, OFTEN SELLING AS WELL AS THE BEST-SELLING FICTION.
The Victorian Period: 1832–1901 Introduction to the Literary Period Interactive Time Line Milestone: Reign of Queen Victoria Milestone: Riots and Reforms.
The theatre in Shakespeare’s time was much different than it is today. Authors wrote plays for the masses, especially those who couldn’t read or write.
Charles John Huffam Dickens 7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
THE VICTORIAN PERIOD QUEEN VICTORIA REIGNED FROM
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Books in our life. Robert Burns William Shakespeare Charles Dickens Agatha Christie Rudyard Kipling.
Florence Nightingale by Maya Change Seeker. Biography Born in Italy May , and was named after the city. Her parents then moved to England.
A Christmas Carol. A Christmas Carol Background Knowledge Have you ever heard of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, The three Christmas spirits, or Bob Cratchit?
Charles Dickens VILLAIN OR HERO!!!! HERO! FACT ONE-Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol and olive twist. FACT TWO-Charles Dickens made Christmas fun.
Charles Dickens 19 th Century English Author. The Early Years… Born February 7, 1812 He attended school till the age of 9. He had to stop going to school.
Charles dickens by Aissatu.. Charles dickens Birth name Charles John Huffham Dickens Date of birth 7 February 1812,portsmouth,hampshire,england,uk Date.
WHO WAS MARY SHELLEY? She was born in England in Her parents were famous writers.
British writers. William Shakespeare Shakespeare is Britain’s greatest playwright. He was born in Stratford-on-Avon. Shakespeare wrote at least 37 plays,
Life and Writings of Charles Dickens The Victorian Era and the Industrial Revolution in England had a great influence on Charles Dickens. He lived.
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION England Begin these notes on p. 77 in your spiral.
Charles Dickens - a famous British author. Name: Charles Dickens Birth date: Febrary 7th 1812 Place of birth: Portsmouth, England Occupation: Author Date.
Books reflect reality!. Literary Periods of British and American Literature Periods of British Literature : The Renaissance : The.
Robert Browning. My Last Duchess Biographical Information Mostly educated at home by tutors. Brilliant, undisciplined, determined to be like Percy Bysshe.
The Victorian Age. Background “British History is 2,000 years old, and yet in a good many ways the world has moved farther ahead since the Queen.
Petrarchan, Shakespearean, Modern. Italian scholar and poet “Father of the Sonnet” Gave up his vocation as a priest after sighting Laura He had very little.
Victorian British Poetry Beth Nguyen 1A. Background 1837 to 1901 Queen Victoria Influenced by Romantic period Two groups: ◦ High Victorian ◦ Pre-Raphaelites.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Sonnet 43. Biographical Information One of the most famous poets of her day. More famous than her husband. Known as audacious,
An introduction to. The Victorians is the name given to the people who lived in Britain over 150 years ago, under the rule of Queen Victoria.
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