The Victorian Period in English Literature || A short description of the Victorian Period in English Literature || Learning The Easy way

The Victorian period:

The Victorian period was started in 1832 and ended in 1901. This age was named after Queen Victoria who reigned over England from 1837 to 1901. The right of the children and laborer was preserved in this age. Economic progress was noticeable in this period. The democratic tendency was risen in this period.

Some key features of The Romantic Period:

1. Symbolism

2. Medievalism

3. Simplicity

4. Truthfulness

5. Sensuousness

Famous Writers of this period:

1. Lord Alfred Tennyson

2. Robert Browning

3. Matthew Arnold

4. Charles Dickens

5.Maxim Gorky

6. Thomas Hardy

7. William Makepeace

Famous Literary works in this Period:

1. In Memoriam

2. Oenone

3. Ulysses

4. Lotus Eater

5. Locksley Hall

6. Tithonus

7. My Last Duchess

8. Men and Women

9. The Study Of Poetry

10. Essays in Criticism

11. David Copperfield

12. Mother

13. My Childhood

14. Vanity Fair

15. The Virginians: A Tale of the Last country

16. Tess of the d'Urbervilles

17. Arabian Nights

18. Sherlock Holmes

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