Social Changes In The Victorian Era

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The Victorian period started in 1837 through 1901 under Queen Victoria’s reign. The period got divided into three stages: Early, middle and late Victorians periods. During, the early Victorian era took the throne. Under the middle years, the industrialization of the country began and everything stay steady. On the last few years, a lot of problems rise up with Ireland and the English colonies. In her 63 years of ruling lots of cultural, political and economic changes arise. The country became highly industrialized and expanded its land to some parts of the middle west of the World. However, under the period, many diseases were developed such as typhus and cholera because of the food distribution and hunger. Social changes such…show more content…
Charlotte Brontë, who wrote Jane Eyre, published in 1847 with assumed Currel Bell. The novel is an autobiographical story about the secret love with a Belgian professor. Actually, it is considered a romantic and feminist novel. Jane Eyre was a young orphan raised by her cruel and wealthy aunt who had a difficult time and took a job as a governess in Thornfield where she married her husband. The novel emphasis on the Victorian realism on the domestic concern of marriage and family and the reconciliation of feeling and realization. For the reason, the author achieved public and critical praised during her lifetime, she was introduced to London society and an inner circle of literature celebrities by the publisher, George Smith. As a matter of fact, Charlotte was the first novelist to portray psychological and social reality of women at power. She wrote about emotional repression and strong female role. She paved the way for other writers. She remained as one of the most widely read novelist in the English…show more content…
In fact, the original version was written between 1796 and 1797 under the title of the First Impressions and in the form of the exchange of letters. It tells the story of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet’s five single daughters and the interaction with two gentlemen when they moved to their neighborhood. Continuously, it was converted into the most loved English books of English literature. For instance, it has been adapted into many other novels and stories. The novel’s main theme is matrimony under a perfect image of the British society over prejudice. Jane Austen, uses irony in all her novels. Significantly, her novels present an instructive message; she makes a novel out of real life situations. For instance, she fills a novel with real people, places and events. In contrast, to other novels at the time, she is most known for her contribution of combining realism, romance and
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