Other characters: (Paul Morel) ,(Clara Dawes) ,(Miriam Lievers) ,(William) ,(Baxter Dawes) ,(Pappleworth) ,(Henry Hadlock) ,(Miriam's Mother) ,(Mrs. Leivers) ,(Mrs. Radford) ,(Mrs. Bonner) ,(Rose) ,(Arthur) ,(Dr. Ansell) ,(Betty) ,(Fanny) ,(Polly) ,(Collie) Read More A to Z (Objective Questions)
(Pip Pirrip), (Estella, her mother) ,(Joe Gargery) ,(Miss Havisham) ,(Abel Magwitch) ,(Herbert) ,(Wemmick) ,(Mrs. Gargery) ,(Bentley Drummle) ,(Biddy) ,(Uncle Pumblechook) ,(Compeyson) ,(Aged parent) ,(Sarah Pocket) ,(Mr. Wopsle) ,(Mrs. Wopsle) ,(Mike) ,(Night porter) ,(Mrs. Whimple) Read More A to Z (Objective Questions)
8. Which is the correct sequence: Thackeray> Bronte Sisters> George Eliot> D. G. Rossetti. During the last two-thirds of the 19th century, the Victorian era produced an amazing number of popular novelists and poets. Perhaps the most famous author of this time was Charles Dickens( hardships of the working class while criticizing middle-class life) , George Eliot( intense, moral novels), William Makepeace Thackeray( humorous portrayals of middle- and upper-class life) the Brontë sisters—Charlotte, Emily, and Anne( autobiographical) Anthony Trollope( observer of politics and upper Victorian society), Robert Louis Stevenson( children’s books, adventure stories, and poetry) The most popular Victorian poets : Alfred, Lord Tennyson. , Matthew Arnold, Christina Rossetti, and Robert Browning and his wife, Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
As wel over hir housbond as hir love.”