4 edition of The Victorian conscience. found in the catalog.
The Victorian conscience.
Clarence Raymond Decker
|LC Classifications||PN99.G7 D4|
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|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||52014397|
Law, Equity, and Conscience in Victorian England - Volume 25 Issue 1 - Simon Petch. Genre/Form: Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Roberts, David, Social conscience of the early Victorians. Stanford, Calif.
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Robertson (Studies in Nineteenth-Century British Literature)Author: Marilyn Thomas. Relying heavily on his sermons and correspondence, this «life and times» biography of F.W. Robertson () illustrates his influence in bettering social conditions for the working classes in early Victorian England.
Robertson lived and preached democratic values at a time Price: $ Read this book on Questia. The Victorian Conscience by Clarence R. Decker, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Victorian Conscience ().
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However Wilson's prose makes for an eminently more readable work, and in this panoramic study of the Victorian period he describes practically every single Victorian and historical event of the period worthy of s: The best books on Life in the Victorian Age recommended by Judith Flanders.
History books often focus on big political or economic events, wars and leaders. But there's much to learn from studying the way people lived, and what made the Victorian age both like and unlike our own, as.
Written by a team of eminent historians, these essays explore how ten twentieth-century intellectuals and social reformers sought to adapt such familiar Victorian values as `civilisation'.
The Social Conscience of the Early Victorians | F. David Roberts. Inthe dominant social outlook of the early Victorians was a paternalism that looked to property, the Church, and local Justices of the Peace to govern society and deal with its ills. Byhowever, the dominant social outlook had become a vision of a laissez faire society that relied on economic laws, self-reliance, and the vigorous.
Genre/Form: Electronic books Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Thomas, Marilyn, Victorian conscience. New York: Peter Lang, © The Victorian art theorist John Ruskin praised The Awakening Conscience as an example of a new direction in British art in which the narrative was created from the artist's imagination rather than chronicling an event.
Ruskin's reading of the painting was also to a moral end. Bythe dominant theme of the early Victorian social conscience had become a vision of a laissez-faire society that looked largely to economic laws, self-reliant and benevolent individuals, and voluntary associations to govern society.
Book Description The plight of the fallen woman is one of the salient themes of nineteenth-century art and literature; indeed, the ubiquity of the trope galvanized the Victorian conscience and acted as a spur to social reform.
Written by a team of eminent historians, these essays explore how ten twentieth-century intellectuals and social reformers sought to adapt such familiar Victorian values as `civilisation', `domesticity', `conscience' and `improvement' to modern conditions of democracy, feminism and mass culture.
Covering such figures as J.M. Keynes, E.M. Forster and Lord Reith of the BBC, these. The Crisis of Faith refers to an event in the Victorian era in which much of Europe’s middle class begins to doubt what is written in the book of Genesis as a reliable source in accordance of how the universe was created (Flynn).
The Victorian Collection features a wide assortment of British sociopolitical periodicals published from to This material covers such topics as religious revivals and Temperance movements, politics, agriculture, population studies, illustration, family values, and biography.
This book is the outgrowth of a college course on the Victorian Woman. This book is composed of ten chapters, and begins with an introduction to womanhood. The succeeding chapters deal with the emergence of feminism and the introduction of the Victorian Feminism movement as part of. This book is a great achievement and will disturb the complacency of all those who thought they already knew the history of the Holocaust."-Susannah Heschel author of Abraham Geiger and the Jewish Jesus."an excellent model of a psychohistorical study that has been informed by the conclusions derived from experimental psychology.
Her study of Reviews: 8. A Victorian and a modern novel, a love story and a story overtly questioning the possibility of love within a culture that casts women either as angels or whores, this novel satisfies a longing for a good dive into Victorian fiction, and shows the mechanics of .Wilson is a non-academic, but a reputable and excellent writer on a range of topics.
On the surface, “The Victorians” relies on a straightforward framework, covering the era (one of the few with finite beginning and end dates) by decade from Victoria’s coronation in to her death in /5(90).