Discuss the Homoerotic Nude At the Beginning of the 19th Century
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At the beginning of 19th Century, there was a shift amongst some artists in the portrayal of the male nude; they ignored the traditional neoclassical aesthetic of masculine and stoic forms, and instead pursued an essentially feminised, more sensual male nude. This feminised form was a result of idealising the nude, influenced from the Platonic […]

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19Th Century Art Beauty Socrates
La Vague Du Japonisme: the Effects of Japanese Art on French Art in the Late 19th Century
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“It is in general the unexplored that attracts us…” – Lady Murasaki, The Tale of Genji. (Lambourne 2005, 10). A preoccupation with “the other” has always been of interest to the French. In Montesquieu’s Lettres Persanes, written in the early 18th century, the French nearly fall over one another in order to gaze upon an […]

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19Th Century Art Japan Visual Arts
How 19th Century writers of horror stories effectively used language to fill readers with a sense of horror
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In the 19th Century, writers of mystery tales affectively used language to fill readers with a sense of horror. Discuss with reference to the three of the short stories you have read. The three stories are: The Money’s Paw by W. W. Jacobs, The Red Room by H. G. Wells and The Judges House by […]

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19Th Century Gothic Fiction Horror Fiction Sense The Monkey'S Paw
Is Jane a typical 19th Century Heroine
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Women were expected to be seen not heard just the same as children. Women were also expected to be very calm, composed and very collected. Jane Eyre did not like this idea because she felt that women should be treated just the same as men but this was unheard of in the 19th century! At […]

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19Th Century Fiction Jane Eyre Literature
The 19th century tales of the supernatural
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The 19th century was a time when religious belief was almost universal and extended to all sorts of additional beliefs in fate, the supernatural, ghosts and monsters. The three stories that I am going to discuss, exploit supernatural only to scare and entertain. Charles Dickens’ story “The Signalman” is a story about mysterious sighting of […]

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19Th Century Ghost Horror Fiction Literature
How effectively the writers create a sense of mystery using a selection of 19th century stories
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Mystery stories have been increasingly popular since the 19th century because they manage to intrigue readers and make them want to read more. This has happened because of what have become classic mystery and horror story ingredients that drag readers into a story and make them want to keep turning the pages. An often tense, […]

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19Th Century Fiction Literature Mystery Narration Sense
Why Were Towns And Cities In The 19th Century So Unhealthy
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During the 19th century thousands of people flooded to factories for work. There was an epidemic of diseases such as T. B, Cholera and Typhoid. Towns grew rapidly without planning. Which then made the housing crowded, this caused the diseases to spread quickly. The killer diseases such as T. B, cholera, typhoid, scarlet fever and […]

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19Th Century Health Public Health Water
In what ways does Weber’s Der Freischutz exhibit features typical of early 19th Century Romanticism?
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In 1820, Carl Maria von Weber completed work on his first opera, “Der Freischutz”. However, it was not written in the style of traditional Classical opera (such as Mozart’s – to which Weber’s cousin was married – three great masterpieces.). Nevertheless, Beethoven on seeing the score was incredibly encouraging to Weber, and requested further operatic […]

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19Th Century Harmony Music Opera
A critical exploration of Irish Society at the end of the 19th century
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“The Real Charlotte” is a novel which contains a wealth of information regarding Irish society at the end of the 19th century. The authors Edith Somerville (1858-1949) and Violet Martin (1862-1915) – who adopted the pseudonym of Martin Ross – lived in Ireland during this period and belonged to the landed Anglo-Irish Ascendancy class. Not […]

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19Th Century Ireland Society
19th Century European Art – Renoir’s Washerwomen
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19th Century European Art Renoir’s Washerwomen (c 1888): A Review Located between two major styles of his art, Renoir’s Washerwomen (c 1888), displays the use of bright colors and a technique un-characteristic of his previous style. Living from 1841 to 1919, Pierre-Auguste Renoir would become known as one of the most prominent members of the […]

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19Th Century Aesthetics Art Painting
What was the 19th century called in America?
Digital History. Mark Twain called the late 19th century the "Gilded Age." By this, he meant that the period was glittering on the surface but corrupt underneath.
What happened 19th century?
The 19th century saw much social change; slavery was abolished, and the First and Second Industrial Revolutions (which also overlap with the 18th and 20th centuries, respectively) led to massive urbanisation and much higher levels of productivity, profit and prosperity.