Periodisation In the strictest sense, the Victorian era covers the duration of Victoria's reign as Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Irelandfrom her accession on 20 June —after the death of her uncle, William IV —until her death on 22 Januaryafter which she was succeeded by her eldest son, Edward VII. Her reign lasted for 63 years and seven months, a longer period than any of her predecessors. The term 'Victorian' was in contemporaneous usage to describe the era. Definitions that purport a distinct sensibility or politics to the era have also created scepticism about the worth of the label "Victorian", though there have also been defences of it.
Have you read these? Introduction Victorian Literature is the literature produced during the reign of Queen Victoria A. During this time, England was undergoing a tremendous cultural upheaval; the accepted forms of literature, art and music had undergone a radical change.
The Romantic Movementwhich preceded the Victorian Renaissance, had often portrayed the human pursuit of knowledge and power as a beautiful thing, as in the works of Wordsworth.
During the Victorian age, however, there was a lot of radical social change and as such. Characteristics of Victorian Era Victorian Realism Coming down to the history of English Literature from the Romantic Age of Idealism to the Victorian era of Realism, one experiences the feeling of a return from solitude to society, from nature to industry, from concepts to issues, from spiritualism to pragmatism, from optimism to agnosticism, from lyricism to criticism and from organicism to compromise.
A large part of the complex of change that comes about in English Literature from early 19th century to the later 19th century can be measured from the kind of the change, the images of the ocean undergo when we move from Byron to Arnold.
The movement of Realism is generally a minor movement in the later 19th century, which began in France and was later, followed by England.
Victorian Compromise In terms of philosophical ideas, the Victorian periodunlike the earlier periods of literary history in England, was marked by conflicting movement carried on through crusades and counter-crusades, attacks and counter-attacks.
The Victorian Compromise was a combination of the positive and negative aspects of the Victorian Age: The expansion, great technology, communication and colonial empire Middle Class. Poverty, injustices, starvation, slums working class. Whereas, the Romantics could afford to withdraw from the town in the initial stages of the Industrialisation, the Victorians, facing the flowering of the Industrial Revolution had no such soft option available to them.
Therefore rather than living in solitude, writers of the Victorian Age had to cope with the process of change in which the old agrarian way of life had to make the place for the new individual civilisation.
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Introduction. This first issue of History in Focus looks at Victorian history and the resources available to study it. To find issues on other .
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Students will discover that as well as gaining an additional qualification and contributing towards. Victorian architecture is a series of architectural revival styles in the mid-to-late 19th century.
Victorian refers to the reign of Queen Victoria (–), called the Victorian era, during which period the styles known as Victorian were used in construction.