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THE VICTORIAN PERIOD. BY:MICHELLE LYN MUELLER. 1832-1901. Had unbounded confidence Living in a time of great change Queen Victoria The empire begun in 17 th and 18 th w ith British interest in India and North America. “Virgin queen”.

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the victorian period

THE VICTORIAN PERIOD

BY:MICHELLE LYN MUELLER

1832 1901
1832-1901
  • Had unbounded confidence
  • Living in a time of great change
  • Queen Victoria
  • The empire begun in 17th and 18thwith British interest in India and North America
virgin queen
“Virgin queen”
  • She ruled more than 200 million people living Outside Great Britain
  • She believed in powerful ideas of authority
  • Took the thrown of the Anglican church
major authors
MAJOR AUTHORS
  • Credited to writing about child labor
  • Industrial revolution was created
  • The Victorians loved the heroic stories of knights
  • Poetry, sonnets
  • ROMANTISM

Charles dickens

Pickwick Papers

William Thackeray

George Eliot

Thomas Hardy

beleifs
beleifs
  • Science would often contradict with religion
  • Charles Darwin natural selection and believed that nature was indeed a creation of god
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