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Morality in Victorian and Neo-Victorian Novels

Summary: Morality in Victorian and Neo-Victorian Novels
An essay on Jane Eyre, The Mill on the Floss,
The French Lieutenant's Woman, Possession and The Dress Lodger

Morality in Victorian and Neo-Victorian Novels

An essay on Jane Eyre, The Mill on the Floss,

The French Lieutenant's Woman, Possession and The Dress Lodger

The Victorian era is one bound to morality. Morality is also defined through the traditional and religious standards that structure the way of life for many Victorians. Morality is defined as the proper principles and standards, in respect to right and wrong, which are to be practiced by all humanity. Ideally, these include obtaining decent careers, being sexually inactive prior marriage, and being faithful when married. Who defines proper behaviour for Victorians? Mainly, the idea of what is right or wrong is based upon the traditions practiced by one's forefathers, along with the religious upbringings they receive since childhood. Morality is held in such high regard by the Victorians that many of their works of literature are based upon...

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