Previously On The Secrets Of Giselle Dubois: For the second time, Giselle was killed. Although she survived somehow. Tinsley got hit by a car and Giselle broke all ties with anyone from Haven Falls, including Bethany. 1,333 more words
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For my digital exhibit entry, I have chosen an excerpt from an 1869 issue of the Victorian periodical All the Year Round. This piece, entitled “The Wizard’s Castle,” is the fourth Canto of forty-six written by Lodovico Ariosto in his poem Orlando Furioso. 633 more words
By B. J.
Literature, poetry, and non-fiction writing from the nineteenth century display the Victorian fascination with gender and gender roles. Determining what made a man a man, and a woman a woman, was relevant to them. 858 more words
By J. T.
All the Year Round, a Victorian periodical by Charles Dickens, was published weekly throughout the United Kingdom from 1859 to 1893. All the Year Round replaced Dickens’s former magazine, Household Words, which focused on social issues of the time, after Dickens had a dispute with his publishers, Bradbury and Evans. 700 more words
Victorian Gender Representation and Marriage Dynamics as They Relate to Smoking in The Woman in White
The article titled “A Sensible Wife” from the Febuary 19th 1859 edition of Punch Magazine satirically looks at the dynamics of marriage regarding “smok in the house” (78). 602 more words