An Analysis of the Victorian Age Introduction and Overview It is common in the United Kingdom to label the eras that constituted the history of English literature, architecture styles, customs, habits and styles of dress by the rulers who presided over the country for that time period. This is both to honor the past of the British empire and also to place British historical events in its proper context for scholars of history. The Victorian Age gets its name from Queen Victoria, who resided over all of the United Kingdom from 1837 to 1901, when she died (Mitchell 12), which saw the beginning of the Edwardian period from 1901 to 1910 (Mitchell 150). While the Victorian era represents the longest era in British history, it is still well...The end:
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