British Literature: From Victorian Era to World War 1 video

Video title: The Late Victorians to World War 1

Watch this History of British Literature video entitled From Victorian Era to World War 1 to study British literary history from the late-Victorian period to the first four decades of the 20th century, a period that nurtured the new fields of psychology and anthropology, the aesthetic of "art for art's sake" and literature as a critic of society.

With this title you will explore the influence of social protests, the tradition of empire and imperialism, and the Aesthetic and Decadent movements on the literary works of this period.

 

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British Literature: From Victorian Era to World War 1 video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Late Victorian Literature. Learn about English Literature in the Late Victorian Era through to World War 1. Survey British literary history from the late Victorian period to the first four decades of the twentieth century, a period that nurtured the new fields of psychology and anthropology and the aesthetic of 'art for art's sake.'
  • Examine how British writers broke new artistic ground in their study of human relationships and the use of stream of consciousness.
  • Explore the influence of social protests, the tradition of empire and imperialism, and the Aesthetic and Decadent movements on the literary works of this period.
  • Gain insight to social currents that formed the backdrop of this period, including the further growth of mass readership, the increasing power of the working classes, and the expansion of industrial and technological environments.
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