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Essay Grade: 88%
Victorian and Modern Eras
1,565 words, approx. 5 pages
Compares and contrasts two different time periods, the Victorian and the Modern eras. Considers differences in society, technology, and the sciences. Describes how the modern era allowed for more extreme forms of writing.
Essay Grade: 81%
Victorian Men and Women's Fears of Educating Women
1,442 words, approx. 5 pages
Victorian fears of educating women were realized, they might not have all been proven or falsified but they were certainly legitimate fears believed by many. Whether they were fears instilled by men or women they were mostly fears of either the outcome of women's education for men and women or the lack of outcomes for women through education.
Essay Grade: 92%
"The Victorian Era Was a Time When Religious Beliefs Were Challenged"
1,371 words, approx. 5 pages
In the Victorian era the bible was becoming questioned and all that was natural was replaced by what was industrial. Religion took a backseat to science and it seemed as if God was powerless against the rising age of machine. Both Hopkins and Arnold express their views towards this in their poems `Gods Grandeur' and `Dover Beach'.
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