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FTCE ELA 6-12 Stack3

Victorian Era Literature

Victorian Era time span 1837-1901
Realism characteristics depicted real life people and problems
Realistic writer Charles Dickens Oliver Twist;Tale of Two cities; Great Expectations; David Copperfield
Realistic writer Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre
Realistic writer Emily Bronte Wuthering Heights
Realistic writer Anne Bronte The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Realistic/Victorian Era children's lit writer Robert Louis Stevenson Jekyl and Hyde; Kidnapped; Treasure Island
Realistic writer H.G. Wells The Time Machine; War of the Worlds; The Invisible Man
American Realistic Era writer Ralph Waldo Emerson Nature
American Realistic Era writer Nathaniel Hawthorne The Scarlet Letter
American Realistic Era writer Herman Melville Moby Dick
American Realistic Era writer Mark Twain Huckleberry Finn; Tom Sawyer
American Realistic Era writer Henry James The Portrait of a Lady
American Realistic Era writer Henry David Thoreau Walden; Civil Disobedience
American Realistic Era writer Louisa May Alcott Little Women
Realistic Era writer Victor Hugo French Les Miserable
Realistic Era writer William Makepeace Thackeray Vanity Fair
Realistic Era writer Bram Stoker Dracula
Realistic Era writer Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes
Realistic Era writer R. Rider Haggard King Solomon's Mines
American Realistic Era writer Stephen Crane The Red Badge of Courage
Victorian Era children lit writer Lewis Carroll Alice in Wonderland
Realistic/Victorian Era children's lit writer Robert Louis Stevenson Treasure Island
Victorian era children's lit writer Beatrix Potter The Tales of Peter Rabbit
Victorian Era poet Alfred Lord Tennyson The charge of the Light Brigade
Victorian Era poet Robert Browning My Last Duchess
Victorian Era poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem How do I Love Thee
American Civil War Era poet Walt Whitman poems Leaves of Grass; Oh Captain, My Captain; Song of Myself
American Civil War Era poet Emily Dickinson poems Because I Could not Stop Death; I'm Nobody, Who are You; Narrow Fellow in the Grass
Victorian Era writer John Conrad works The Lagoon; Heart of Darkness
American early 1900 writer Jack London work Call of the Wild
Victorian Era writer writer Oscar Wilde work The Importance of being Earnest
English early 20th century writer George Bernard Shaw work Pygmalion
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