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Poetry is considered to be a form of art wherein language is creatively used for its aesthetic qualities. It uses particular forms and conventions to expand the literal meaning of the words and to invoke emotional or sensual responses. That is most words are chosen to denote an idea figuratively. …
The Victorian Era of Great Britain is usually taken to coincide with Queen Victoria’s rule over the British Empire dating from 1837 to 1901 although a number of scholars have argued that the period actually started with the passage of the Reform Act 1832 which ended the Regency Era of the United Kingdom. Geopolitically, this was the period of conquest where the British Empire was able to stamp its name over one third of the total surface landmass of the Earth involving five continents. Why do we have to deal with the Victorian Era when discussing the issue at hand? The reason behind this is that it is generally attributed to this age where the Novel is said to have dominated the literary scene. How then would this help us in answering the question we posed at the introduction? By looking at the themes played out in the novel and poetry and the social conditions within this period, we will be able to determine which one reflected more successfully the spirit of the age.
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