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Steampunk and history

Steampunk Victorian Science Fiction and imagines industrialized 19th century
Victorian references... time period and aesthetic of the 19th century
Steampunk Technology imagines an even more advanced 19th century
Steampunk Philosophy ideals of creativity, self reliance, Victorian optimistic view of the future
Steampunk Literature typically deals with social or technology aspects of the 19th century
Justify Scott Westerfeld's novel, Leviathan, as an example of Steampunk Literature He uses Steampunk Philosophy. Ideals of Creativity- a ship with life threads of a whale. He uses Victorian Optimistic view of the future- using clankers and beasties instead of military ship or blimps like the Leviathan. Taking place during World War 1
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