WOMEN’S TWENTIETH CENTURY

“It is all due to the time we live in” says Lessing and that is why the 20th Century is the century that has proved so important to Women’s Emancipation.

SAMUEL RICHARDSON (1689-1761)

Unlike the previous writers of the Augustan Age, Richardson came from a humble background, he was not very educated and, while still very young, he was sent to London to work … Continue reading SAMUEL RICHARDSON (1689-1761)

THE VICTORIAN AGE (1830-1901)

THE VICTORIAN AGE OR AGE OF IMPERIALISM INTRODUCTION This is perhaps one of the most fascinating times of our history full of conquests – scientific, territorial, social and intellectual – but, … Continue reading THE VICTORIAN AGE (1830-1901)