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Dr Jekyll + Mr Hyde

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Setting of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde 19th century- Victorian Era; London, England
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was written by ______, who was ______(nationality). Robert Louis Stevenson; Scottish
Victorian Era was named by ________. Queen Victoria
The Romantic Era began in ____________ and ended in _______ when _________. 1798; 1837; Queen Victoria became Queen
The Victorian Era began in ______ with _______ on _____ ____, ________ and ended in _____ when __________. 1837; the crowning of Queen Victoria;June 10, 1837;1901; Queen Victoria died
The Victorian Period lasted ____________ years and was an age of ___ + ________. 64; paradox; power
The Victorian age was characterized by ____ and development in _______. rapid change; development in every aspect of life
Name 3 things that changed in the Victorian Era. Advances in medical, science, and technology; changes in population growth and location; politics and idealogy
The Victorian Era began with _______ AND _____ which lead to an _______. confidence; optimism; economic boom and prosperity
Queen Victoria was born on ________. May 24, 1819
Queen Victoria became queen ___________ at the age of _____. June 10, 1837; 18
Queen Victoria married ________ and had children. Prince Albert of Germany
Prince Albert died suddenly in __. 1861
Queen Victoria was _____ and wore _______ for the rest of her life after Prince Albert died. grief stricken; black
Queen Victoria died at age _______ in ____ which marked _______. 80; January 22,1901; WWI
Queen Victoria had a strong influence on ______. clothing
What was happening with the English during Imperialism? the English empire was constantly being expanded during this time
Imperialism was good for __________. all who were concerned
With Imperialism, English had an obligation to __________________________. enlighten and civilize the "less fortunate" savages of the world
What was Englands reasons it wanted to rule everywhere? money resources, labor, and new markets for expanding England's industry
________________ is the world's largest empire at this time. England
England at this time had over ______% of the Earth's population. 25
Name some of the English colonies. Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Austrailia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Rhodesia, Hong Kong, Gilbratar, several islands in the West Indies and various colonies on the African coast
Victorian England was a deeply ________ country. religious
Many different factions were formed beyond the dominant _______________ and __________ churches. Catholic and Anglican
What many different factons were formed after the specified churches? Evangelicals, Utilitarianism, and the Agnostics
Education was not equal to the ______ and ______. genders and classes
Gentleman would be educated at home by the ___ or ________ until they could attend ______. governesses; tutors; Eton, Harrow, Rugby, Winchester, Westminster, Charterhouse, or a small handful of lesser schools
Curriculum was weighted with _____ and _____. Ancient Greece and Rome
After gentleman attended school they would attend ________ or __________. Oxford or Cambridge
A lady's education was taken at _______ or a ____. home or boarding school
What was taught to a lady for education? French, drawing, dancing, music, sewing, and accounts
The Industrial Revolution took place from ____ -______. 1750-1830
Science and Progression accelerated the ________________________. migration of the population from country to city
Science and Progression brought about some social issues like __________. poverty, child labor, hunger, diseases, abuse, etc.
Describe the working class. men and women who performed physical labor, paid daily, or weekly wages
Describe the Middle Class. men performed mental or "clean work" and paid monthly
Describe the Upper Class. women and men did not work, income cam from inherited land or investments
Women and men were separated from eachother by ___________. work, school, and social obligation
The females were dressed to emphasize a womans separation from _______. work
In Upper and Middle Class, men and women were not supposed to have ____________. intimate relationships
___________ and __________ were the targets of men. servants and prostitutes
Women had no _______ status. independent
Describe the Middle Class. men performed mental or "clean work" and paid monthly
Describe the Upper Class. women and men did not work, income cam from inherited land or investments
Women and men were separated from eachother by ___________. work, school, and social obligation
The females were dressed to emphasize a womans separation from _______. work
In Upper and Middle Class, men and women were not supposed to have ____________. intimate relationships
___________ and __________ were the targets of men. servants and prostitutes
Women had no _______ status. independent
Describe the Middle Class. men performed mental or "clean work" and paid monthly
Describe the Upper Class. women and men did not work, income cam from inherited land or investments
Women and men were separated from eachother by ___________. work, school, and social obligation
The females were dressed to emphasize a womans separation from _______. work
In Upper and Middle Class, men and women were not supposed to have ____________. intimate relationships
___________ and __________ were the targets of men. servants and prostitutes
Women had no _______ status. independent
Women could not _______. have a right to money, could not buy property, claim her children
Duality of Man: " Within every man exists both good and evil" which means 2 sides, one single coin
Dr. Jekyll struggles with ______________. duality of man
Dr. Jekyll is the ______ in this story. protagonist
The theme is connected to _____. Dr. Jekyll
Name the 5 themes. Temptation, fear, rebellion, horror, and consequences
Genre of Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Mystery
Narrarator of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Mr. Gabriel Utterson(round)
What is valuable about Mr. Utterson? he listens
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