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Women in Art of the Victorian Age

of a woman reader, conventionally prim from the waist up, but with her stockinged legs arranged in the position of a side saddle r...

Victorian Age and Changing Women's Roles

The underclass practically disappeared (1995). While this is the case, one has to understand how gender played a part in comprehe...

View of E.M. Forster's Room with a View

In five pages this paper discusses a young woman's healthy development as presented in E.M. Forster's Victorian novel Room with a ...

Rembrandt's Self Portrait, William Shakespeare's King Lear and Their Portrayals of Old Age

In five pages this paper discusses how two different art forms depict the same topic - old age....

Analysis of Kate Chopin's Short Story 'The Story of an Hour'

In five pages this paper presents an analysis of this short story in terms of how imagery, similes, foreshadowing and parallelism ...

Identity and Gender Reflections in Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth and Kate Chopin's The Awakening

it threatened who she was as a member of the white race and the upper classes. Therefore, it can be seen that Ednas desire to pa...

Great Britain During the Victorian Age and the Roles of Women

police and the criminal justice system as well as voluntary workers and professional helpers (van Dijk, 2002). Prior to 1970, v...

Analysis of 'The Yellow Wallpaper' by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

She is never allowed any control over her environment or her circumstances. Her opinions are always discounted by her husband. Whe...

Aging Attitudes

good job or find a second husband. (She does like being married.) She also feels that if she hadnt gotten older, her husband wou...

Connectivity, External and Internal Drive Bays

front panel." Kozierok (2001) also explains that the term "external drive bay" is a "bit of a misnomer" in that the term ex...

Women of the Nineteenth Century in Stories by Kate Chopin and Charlotte Perkins Gilman

the house that they are staying in, her husband corrects her, saying that what she felt was a draught and he shut the window (Gilm...

Romantic and Victorian Literature Contrasted

In five pages this essay contrasts these very different literary styles with the Romantic period's 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner' b...

Socioeconomic and Political Settings in Victorian Age Literature

In seven pages this paper discusses how the Victorian Age's socioeconomic and political landscape are reflected in William Thacker...

Romantic Era and Early Victorian Jewelry

pendant or brooch (DeNunzio, 2005). The social, political and economical impact of the arts has been vast and encompassing ...

Victorian Era's Love Poetry

despair associated with poverty, class distinctions, and opportunities for individuals to ever rise above their "place." The Dif...

Artistic Portrayal of Women

altar, they represent Jesus human and divine natures. Believers are also called to be the light of the world. In the Smoking Flame...

Women in the Church: A Historical Overview

embraced by the church. Although it is true that some denominations do not allow women to run things, many denominations such as t...

Marriage During the Victorian Era and Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse

and mother. Nor does she seem to have regretted that - basically, she had no choice in the matter. Mr. Ramsay...

Chopin/Story of an Hour

is, the Victorian era, it becomes clear that Louise Mallard is a normal woman who loves her husband and will grieve for him, but w...

Renaissance Art

during this period that Europe began to recover from the repercussions of the Black Death, as well as rampant political disorder a...

Art Collector Catharine Lorillard Wolfe

Museum of Art (History). In 1887, Wolfe personally began the Mets European painting department by leaving her extensive collection...

Victorian Age Hypocrisy and Advice

In five pages the hypocrisy of advice and attitudes in America during the Victorian era pertaining to women's sexuality is discuss...

Mill Verses Tennyson Verses Gaskell, A Comparison of The Subjection of Women, The Princess and North and South

This six page paper considers the societal roles expected of Victorian women. John Stewart Mill, Tennyson, and Elizabeth Gaskell ...

Edna Pontellier's Importance to The Awakening by Kate Chopin

In five pages the significance of Edna to the novella by Kate Chopin and how she symbolically represents Victorian women's desire ...

Women in Three Hardy Novels

This 6 page paper explores the status of women in the Victorian era by examining the way they are presented in three Hardy novels,...

European Middle Ages Architecture, Art, and Classical Antiquity

In five pages the influence of classical antiquity on the architecture and art of the European Middle Ages are considered in the a...

Dutch Art Market of the 17th Century

and against what was perceived as the lavish and licentious nature of the Catholics, paintings with religious subjects were forbid...

The Stone Carvers by Jane Urquhart

"a perfect bell, with a perfect pitch" calling worshipers to mass (11). On arriving in Canada, Father Gstir simply changes the loc...

Paint and Art

one author that Hubert is "Credited with inventing oil painting" and "was so idolizes for his discovery that his right arm was pre...

Victorian England and the Differences Between Men's and Women's Roles

era was a time of cultural renewal that saw significant declines in crime and social vices ("The Big," 1998). She also notes that ...