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  • Nature Trhough Romanticism and Victorian Period
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  • Romantic Traits in the 19th Century Realistic Novel
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  • The Victorian Elements in Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontё
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  • Victorian Age
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  • Victorian Novel
    THE VICTORIAN NOVEL SPIS TREŚCI INTRODUCTION 1 I THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NOVEL 2 II KEY AUTHORS 3 III KEY TEXTS 3 IV TOPICS 3 INTRODUCTION Many associate the word “Victorian” with images of over-dressed ladies and snooty gentlemen gathered in reading rooms. The idea of “manners
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  • Romantic Revival
    Romantic Revival Romanticism has distinguished from Neo-classicism The Neo-classic period in England spans the 140 years or so after the restoration (1616) extended up to 150 years and the Romantic period is usually too said to have begun in 1789 with the outbreak of the French Revolution or alte
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  • Romantic literature
    English literature III (1st Term) 1. THE NOVEL AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY: JANE AUSTEN Romantic period (1780 – 1832) Why 1832? This was a very important year for two reasons: Queen Victoria ascended to the throne and the first Reform Bill was made. This was the beginning of the democracy...
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