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The Victorian Web

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Date Added to MERLOT: June 28, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 31, 2013
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Author: George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History Send email to George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History 
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Submitter : Carol Schneebeck

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Extensive information about the Victorian era is available in sections such as: the Victorians, political history, social history, gender matters, philosophy, religion, science, technology, genre and technique, authors, viusal arts, Victorian design, and much more.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: It has been designed for Safari and Firefox and suggests NOT to use IE

Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
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Avatar for Corrina Gardner
12 years ago

Corrina Gardner (Student)

This was an interesting site. It contained a lot of information. It describes
how psychology changed in the mid 1800's. It was very interesting.

Technical Remarks:

The site was loaded with information and easy to navigate.

Avatar for Krystal Audette
12 years ago

Krystal Audette (Student)

I am not much of a history buff, however, I really enjoyed this site. This site
contains inofrmation that is not every day! I took me about 45 inutes to read
through the material. It wasn't really the easiest site to understand, but I
think that may have to do with my complete lack of knowledge on the subject. it
did contain a lot of interesting information. In addition, I think it would be
a usefull tool in a history class.

Technical Remarks:

This site is pretty easy to navigate. However, it contains mainly text
book-like information. It is broken up into different sections well.

Avatar for Zulia Brown
12 years ago

Zulia Brown (Student)

Interesting site for those interested in the Victorian Era. A slew of
information could find you engulfed in this site for quite awhile. I spent
about a half an hour and decided that that was enough. It may be a bit
overwhelming as a teaching tool but it is useful.

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Easy to navigate site.

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