English 202 - The Victorian Age

English 202 - The Victorian Age - b Christina Rossetti...

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The Victorian Age 1830-1901 I. Overview of the Victorian Age A. Queen Victoria, reigned 1837-1901 B. The Early Period, 1830-1848 1. Effects of Industrialization 2. Parliamentary Reform 3. Assigned readings from this period a. Alfred, Lord Tennyson “The Lady of Shalott,” “Ulysses” b. Robert Browning “Porphyria’s Lover,” “My Last Duchess” C. The Mid-Victorian Period, 1848-1870 1. Economic prosperity and Growth of Empire 2. Religious Controversy 3. Assigned readings from this period a. Alfred, Lord Tennyson “The Charge of the Light Brigade”
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Unformatted text preview: b. Christina Rossetti “In an Artist’s Studio,” “Goblin Market” D. The Late Period, 1870-1901 1. Affluent Victorians 2. The Cost of Empire 3. The 1890’s 4. Assigned reading from this period Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde E. Literacy, Publication, and Reading during the Victorian Age 1. Periodicals 2. Serial Publication 3. Middle-class reading culture 4. Writers’ opposition to general public...
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