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Charlotte Brontë (1816 – 1855) The Victorian Period Historical Background Queen Victoria, daughter of the Duke of Kent (1767-1820) came to the throne of England at the age of eighteen (1837) and succeeded in restoring the image of the monarchy with her wisdom, gaining the respect of her subjects withContinua

Charlotte Brontë (1816 – 1855) The Victorian Period Historical Background Queen Victoria, daughter of the Duke of Kent (1767-1820) came to the throne of England at the age of eighteen (1837) and succeeded in restoring the image of the monarchy with her wisdom, gaining the respect of her subjects withContinua

Charlotte Brontë (1816 – 1855) The Victorian Period Historical Background Queen Victoria, daughter of the Duke of Kent (1767-1820) came to the throne of England at the age of eighteen (1837) and succeeded in restoring the image of the monarchy with her wisdom, gaining the respect of her subjects withContinua

LIFE and WORKS: STEVENSON1850: R. Louis Stevenson was born of a middle class family in Edinburgh. He had a strict religious upbringing.At an early age he started suffering from tuberculosis.1867: Stevenson was admitted to the University of Edinburgh. There, he studied natural sciences, but quite soon he left university becauseContinua

LIFE and WORKS: STEVENSON 1850: R. Louis Stevenson was born of a middle class family in Edinburgh. He had a strict religious upbringing.At an early age he started suffering from tuberculosis.1867: Stevenson was admitted to the University of Edinburgh. There, he studied natural sciences, but quite soon he left universityContinua