and convincing enough to have become a part of our world;, and few authors of any time have created such a vast panorama of enthrling incident. As John Stuart Mill demonstrates in his excellent essays on Bentham and the Coleridge, these two writers divided between them the allegiance of all thoughtful people in England. Most Victorian writers, both in poems and in essays, grappled with the same religious issues that had been a central concern for Wordsworth, Blake, and Shelley. Discuss that Ruskin was a great artist of literature. The role of women in Victorian life and literature: The explosive growth of the textile industries brought hundreds of thousands of lower class women into factory jobs with grueling working conditions. This idea was affirmed with eventual acquisition of Hong Kong in 1842. Fra Lippo Lippi, An Epistle containing the strange Medical Experience of Karshish, the Arab physician, Andrea del Sarto, Cleon. In the novels of Thackeray and Dickens the various qualities of the domestic novel yet are gathered together and carried a stage forward. And to address themselves to the "actual and practical" meant for the Victorians that their "natural reaction" was directed not only against the excesses of Romanticism but also against the lifestyle of many of Byron's aristocratic contemporaries who had flourished in the previous decades and who had. It was then the fashion for most literary critics to treat their Victorian predecessors as somewhat absurd creatures with whose way of life they had little in common. Where does lie the success of Charles Dickens?
Much of their power depended on the fact that their view of life and religion was virtually identical with that of a much larger group, the nonconformists (the Baptists, Methodists, Congregationalists and the other Protestant sects). The year 1832 was a turning point in both literature and politics, for it marks the death of Sir Walter Scott and the passing of the Reform Bill. Dickens was a realist only in a limited sense. Secondly, the Pre-Raphaelites where above all artists. Democracy, industry, commerce, and science seemed to be hurrying the nation out of its charted course into an unknown sea. Thirdly, there was the conflict between faith and reason as reflected in Victorian literature. When Sir Peel of the Tories came into power, He abolished the corn laws allowing some ease to famine victims. An early start enabled to capture markets all over the globe. Workers and their families in the slums of such cities as Manchester lived like packs of rats in a sewer, and the conditions under which women and children toiled in mines and factories were unimaginably brutal. Finally, his lyrical measures have often supreme beauty.
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