6 edition of The Victorians at home and at work: as illustrated by themselves found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Hilary and Mary Evans.|
|Contributions||Evans, Mary, 1936- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DA533 .E89|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||73162193|
Victorian children at work - Find out how children lived and worked in the Victorian era and the hardships they faced. Find out about our inspiring education and work experience resources for pupils and teachers to learn about their local and national heritage. AA93/ Husker Pit Disaster Memorial, All Saints Churchyard, Silkstone, Barnsley. The first book, God's Cathedral, was more of an intellectual history that, among other things, explored the waning of religion in Britain. Actually I found it to be the more interesting of the two books, but then I am more intrigued by intellectual history than by political history which is the topic of The Victorians/5(98).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Evans, Hilary, Victorians at home and at work: as illustrated by themselves. New York, Arco Pub. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Evans, Hilary, Victorians at home and at work: as illustrated by themselves.
Newton Abbot, David and Charles, A selection of Victorian prints and drawings. ; Great Britain - Civilization - 19th century.; Civilization. Victorians Undone is trying so hard to be chatty and commercial (even adopting a snarky, 'amusing' tone when recounting one woman's lifetime of miscarriages -- zing!).
But, the trouble is, it suffers exactly the same deadening levels of historical minutiae as /5. Every reader stands to profit from the author's exemplary understanding of how images work in themselves and how they work upon those who look at them." Shakespeare Quarterly "It will remain an outstanding contribution to this field for many years to come an outstanding book on one significant element within Victorian culture."Cited by: 4.
The yearsgenerally referred to as 'The Sixties', saw some of the finest and most significant contributions to wood-engraved book and magazine illustration in Britain. In this major survey, Paul Goldman has selected 31 artists who have created some of the most important work of the period.
Devoting a chapter to each of the five groups he identifies, Goldman provides a. Although the title of Judith Flanders's new book is an exaggeration, she goes a long way toward showing that it is not an extreme one.
It is _The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime_ (Harper Press, UK), and of course no culture or time "invented" murder.4/5().
The Victorians has been widely acclaimed as the classic single-volume history of the Victorian era. Now, in this illustrated edition, A.N. Wilson presents his magnificent portrait of the age alongside many enthralling images of the 19th-century lives that he pieced together - telling a story that is still unfinished in our own day/5.
Miss Auerbach offers to modern women the possibility of reimagining themselves in ways implicit in her reconstructed myth. And her whole book is a long argument, by example, for a richer and more. The Victorians of course gave their name to the age because 19th-century Britain was way ahead of its Continental neighbors in urban, industrial and social development.
Many Victorians believed that during this time it was necessary to cover all the mirrors in the home with heavy black cloth to prevent the spirit of the deceased from becoming trapped in a mirror.
 In a time when one in four surgery patients died after surgery, you were very lucky in Victorian times to have a good doctor with a clean theatre. Buy The Victorians Reprint by Wilson, A.N.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(98). The Illustrated London News met these challenges largely by making the wood engraving larger, more highly finished, and more profuse than any previous publication.
An additional issue was the Stamp Duty, a tax imposed by the government during the Napoleonic Wars and encompassing all publications that depended on ‘news’ or topical political. Children’s Book Illustrators in the Golden Age of Illustration. Arthur Rackham, "Come, now a roundel and a fairy song," Act 2 Scene 2, A Midsummer Night's Dream, William Shakespeare,pen-and-ink and watercolor drawing, 10 1/2 x 7" A common misconception is the idea that the Victorians invented childhood.
Published: 15 May From marriage and sexuality to education and rights, Professor Kathryn Hughes looks at attitudes towards gender in 19th-century Britain. During the Victorian period men and women’s roles became more sharply defined than at any time in history.
In earlier centuries it had been usual for women to work alongside husbands. The Victorians liked to have their social classes clearly defined. The working class was divided into three layers, the lowest being 'working men' or labourers, then the ‘intelligent artisan’, and above him the ‘educated working man’.
In reality, things were not so tidily demarcated. The Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow. The gift book's ancestors were literary annuals most popular from the s to the s. These expensive, elegantly bound and illustrated books of poetry and prose appeared each fall for purchase as Christmas gifts, and they rescued many publishers from an.
A.N. Wilson does for the Victorians what Peter Ackroyd did for London. People, not abstract ideas, make history, and nowhere is this more revealed than in this superb portrait of the Victorians in which hundreds of different lives have been pieced together to tell a story/5(70).
This downloadable PDF sitemap will give you a visual overview and understanding of all the sections of The Victorians website. Download the sitemap (KB) Aims. This unit provides pupils with a range of historical sources that tell us about children's lives in Victorian times.
These are grouped into four themes: school, work, home and play. The Making of Victorian Sexuality directly confronts one of the most persistent cliches of modern times. Drawing on a wealth of sources from medical and scientific texts, to popular fiction, evangelical writing, and the work of radicals such as Godwin and Mill, Michael Mason shows how much of our perception of nineteenth-century sexual culture 4/5(1).
In " Pleasure Bound: Victorian Sex Rebels and the New Eroticism," Deborah Lutz writes about the seedier side of 19th century London -- anonymous sex, flagellation brothels and spanking porn, for. The gym rat is, surprisingly, not a 20th-century invention.
As you can tell from all the superstitions and practices around beauty and health, the Victorians really cared about achieving a physical ideal.
And, much like the current day, those with the most money often had the most time to. A Sense of Their Duty corrects this and reconstructs the identities that middle-class Victorians made for themselves in an era of economic change.
Using the towns of Galt and Goderich as case studies, Andrew Holman shows how middle-class identities were formed at work. Downward Mobility: Victorian Women, Suicide, and London's "Bridge of Sighs" L.
Nicoletti Victorian Londoners were inundated with images of drowned women regardless of the fact that contemporary suicidologists, such as Daniel Hack Tuke and Emile Durkheim, claimed men were statistically three or four times more likely to kill themselves.
Cover of the book under review. [Click on the thumbnail for a larger image.] The Victorians: Britain through the Paintings of the Age is packed with colour reproductions, but, as its title indicates, its focus is on Victorian society rather than on the art itself. Jeremy Paxman, famous as a TV interviewer, is not an art critic, and sees the paintings primarily as windows on a bygone era.
Illustrated by Hablot Knight Browne (–), the book provides a great look into Victorian life. 'The Man Who ' series by H. Bateman Another Punch regular, Bateman's (–) 'The Man Who ' series pokes fun at the social gaffes of the upper-class with great humour and wonderful drawings.
An Introduction to Victorian England (–) Queen Victoria ruled Britain for over 60 years. During this long reign, the country acquired unprecedented power and wealth. Britain’s reach extended across the globe because of its empire, political stability, and revolutionary developments in transport and communication.
'Dirty Old London': A History Of The Victorians' Infamous Filth In the s, the Thames River was thick with human sewage and the streets were covered with horse dung, the removal of which. The Gothic Byron examines in detail the Gothic element in Byron’s work, arguing that it has traditionally been undervalued.
It looks closely at his reading in the novels of Ann Radcliffe, Monk Lewis, and Charlotte Dacre, and then discusses the Gothic elements in his Turkish Tales, plays, and satirical poetry, ending with two essays on Don Juan.
Once published inthe Book of Nonsense was revolutionary in the way it so blatantly contradicted the established structure of children’s literature. [Figure 10] Figure Edward Lear, “There was a young lady whose bonnet ” The Book of Nonsense by Edward Lear,Ink on paper, 21 x 29 cm, Houghton Library, Harvard University.
Poetry, Pictures, and Popular Publishing The Illustrated Gift Book and Victorian Visual Culture, By Lorraine Janzen Kooistra. In Poetry, Pictures, and Popular Publishing eminent Rossetti scholar LorraineJanzen Kooistra demonstrates the cultural centrality of a neglected artifact: the Victorian illustrated gift book.
Turning a critical lens on “drawing-room books” as. MARCUS WARD & CO., of Belfast and London, have issued their season collection of Christmas cards. They are such as justify their claim to lead in this class of Art work, good in design, and excellent in execution, and fully sustaining the firm in the high position they occupy among producers of illustrated publications.
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And not just the illustrations, which are stunning in themselves, but the fact that so many of these illustrated book covers feature knock-us-out-with-happiness portraits of people of color.
(Ahem, when we saw With the Fire on High we were screaming along with all of Twitter, and also in dumb awe of designers proving their magic yet again. Book Description: Domesticity is generally treated as an aspect of women's history. In this fascinating study of the nineteenth-century middle class, John Tosh shows how profoundly men's lives were conditioned by the Victorian ideal and how they negotiated its many begins by looking at the experience of boyhood, married life, sex, and.
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Issue #4 of the Anglotopia Magazine in Don’t miss out on great writing about Britain by subscribing to the Anglotopia Print Magazine today!. Today, when Christmas decorations begin to appear in shops as early as summer, it seems strange to think that there was a time when the holiday was barely celebrated at all.
The Victorian Belief That a Train Ride Could Cause Instant Insanity Copy Link Facebook Twitter Reddit Flipboard Pocket An illustration from the Illustrated Police News, Saturday 11 May Author: Joseph Hayes.
The Diamond Age is a science-fiction novel that anticipates the development of nanotechnology and reflects on its social consequences. The action revolves around three main characters: Nell, a little girl who grows up to become an important player in her world with the help of a "magical" storybook; John Percival Hackworth, the author and software engineer behind the book; and.
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Victorian Illustration: The Pre-Raphaelites, the Idyllic School and the High Victorians saw some of the finest and most significant contributions to wood-engraved book and magazine illustration in this major survey Paul Goldman has selected 31 artists who have created some of the most important work of the period.
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Golden documents a remarkable continuity from early nineteenth-century caricatures to. Victorians' Christmas Parlor Games Will Leave You Burned, Bruised, And Puking from the Decem issue of the Illustrated London News.
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