William Makepeace Thackeray Essays and Term Papers
The Great Exhibition of 1851Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations
“The tremendous cheering, the joy expressed in every face, the vastness of the building, with all its decoration and exhibits, the sound of the organ... all this was indeed moving.” - (Queen Victoria,1851)
On the 1st of May of 1851 ...
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Jane Eyre And ForeshadowingJane Eyre is one of the most popular pieces of fiction ever written. At different periods since its publication it has been accused of immorality, of irreligion, of being unfeminine or too feminine, of alarming independence from convention, or too much reliance on it, of rejecting male supremacy ...
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Who Is Amelia Sedley?William Makepeace Thackeray wrote some of the finest English novels
in the English language and his ebullient personality matched his colorful
creations. His most famous novel, Vanity Fair is intended to expose social
hypocrisy and sham. This satire novel from the Victorian period is written
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Victorian LiteratureThe first decades (1830s to 1860s) of Queen Victoria's reign
produced a vigorous and varied body of literature that attempted to come to
terms with the current transformations of English society, but writers in
the latter decades (1870s to 1900) withdrew into AESTHETICISM, a
preoccupation with ...
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Bronte SistersBronte Sisters
Three writers who influenced the direction of the English novel also happened to be sisters. Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte were all born in Thornton, England in the early 1800s.Their father Patrick was born in Ireland, educated in England, and became an Anglican clergyman. He ...
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