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How the Victorians Lived (Hardback)

P&S History > British History > Victorian History P&S History > Social History

By Shona Parker
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
Pages: 224
Illustrations: 32 mono illustrations
ISBN: 9781399056663
Published: 30th June 2024

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The Victorian era is arguably the most exciting and invigorating reign of an English monarch ever, and one of progress on a massive scale. By the time Queen Victoria died in 1901, England was almost unrecognisable. The Victorians neatly avoided revolution, built upon what the Georgians started and turned the country into a political powerhouse which ran the biggest Empire the world had ever seen.

Meanwhile, Victorian writers and journalists were observing, questioning, and recording for prosperity the life and times of what would become known as the Victorian era: a steady, relentless building of the modern world. Using quotes from Victorian literature, How the Victorians Lived will help you on your way to understanding how society coped with the upheaval of the industrial revolution during one of the most innovative centuries England has ever seen.

This book is a detailed exploration of the daily lives of mainly working- and middle-class Victorians. It recreates the remarkable and wondrous world of the English Victorians: their traditions, their expectations, their hopes and their fears and how these have shaped the society we live in today.

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About Shona Parker

Shona is a lover and writer of English social history with a penchant for museums, castles, large gardens and copious amounts of tea and cake. She is happiest when falling down research rabbit holes.


 


Please see her website www.backinthedayof.co.uk for history articles and information.


 


You can also find her on Twitter: @_backinthedayof

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