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The Victorians By Jeane Trend-Hill
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An album of Victorian photographs presented by Jeane Trend-Hill, featuring 40 original prints. Jeane Trend-Hill is an author, photographer and artist. She loves all things Victorian and collects... More > albums, mourning jewellery and taxidermy and is also a Victorian style actress and model. Many of the original photos in her collection were beautiful but faded. Recently she began the arduous task of scanning and restoring some of them to present in a modern day Victorian style album.< Less
Victorian London Slums Seven Dials By Terry Trainor
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The Seven Dials refers to the layout of the cobbled streets in this London ‘village,’ which includes Monmouth Street, Earlham Street and Mercer Street. The seven streets radiate out from... More > the central sundial Looking closely you'll see the dial only has only six faces; this is due to an earlier urban planning drawn up by Thomas Neale in the 17th century who devised the characteristic seven dials street layout to maximize the number of houses that could be built on the site so maximizing his profit.< Less
Victorian London Slums Seven Dials By Terry Trainor
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In Dubious Battle What though the field be lost? All is not lost the unconquerable will, And study of revenge, immortal hate, And courage never to submit or yield: And what is else not to be... More > overcome? Milton Paradise Lost. The Argument.< Less
Dream Like a Victorian By Joseph Charles Denham
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Dream Like a Victorian By Joseph Charles Denham
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Victorian Academy of Magick Hardback By Paul Voodini
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Imagine a world where magic is real! A world where young witches and wizards attend the London Academy of Magick, where zombie hordes threaten civilisation, where vampires walk the earth and live... More > side by side with humans, and where humans and fairies inter-marry to ensure a lasting peace between the two races. This is the world of the Victorian Academy of Magick. A unique combination of Victorian photographs and alternate reality text and stories. Beyond steampunk, beyond fantasy, beyond science fiction lays a land occupied by the Victorian Academy of Magick. Once you visit, you won't want to leave.< Less
Victorian Academy of Magick Paperback By Paul Voodini
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Imagine a world where magic is real! A world where young witches and wizards attend the London Academy of Magick, where zombie hordes threaten civilisation, where vampires walk the earth and live... More > side by side with humans, and where humans and fairies inter-marry to ensure a lasting peace between the two races. This is the world of the Victorian Academy of Magick. A unique combination of Victorian photographs and alternate reality text and stories. Beyond steampunk, beyond fantasy, beyond science fiction lays a land occupied by the Victorian Academy of Magick. Once you visit, you won't want to leave.< Less
VICTORIAN GOVERNANCE IN THE AGE OF FREEDOM By Caning Spank Master Toyntanen
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Her aunt's house was only a spitting distance from London’s Paddington station and hence the shops of the West End, which was more to the point. She knew nothing of the dark repressed days of... More > the Victorian era when a young woman her age - or even older - might well have found herself transferred from that very same address to another, similar, house in Clifton, Bristol for a period of ‘obedience training’ which might have lasted a year, eighteen months - or even longer! But then again, what was that knowledge worth? It was only history, after all. And she certainly would not have taken at all seriously any suggestion that in some manner the spirit of that place - and of that age – might still be alive. Nor that the influence of the long-deceased professional disciplinarian woman who had once owned and run that establishment for the ‘chastisement of wayward young women’ might still shadow and darken her aunt's home. That view would change... and her bottom would pay the price of her ignorance!< Less
The Lich of London By Christopher Batista
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Ignatuis Cedric Nathaniel, otherwise known as THE LICH OF LONDON, is a former exorcist from 300 years ago. After being turned into a Lich, an immortal undead being whose body and soul are separate,... More > he wandered the world learning all he could of apparitions and his own newfound powers. Now, he serves the queen of England as a paranormal investigator, using his supernatural abilities to help both the world of humans and the world of folklore as the Victorian age, with its new developments and progress, threatens to push the two worlds into tense and conflicting situations. Who is to be feared? Humans, or the beings of myth, folklore, and fairytales? It takes a person who is of both and neither worlds to keep peace between them.< Less
George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians By T. Martin Wood
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George Louis Palmella Busson du Maurier (6 March 1834 – 8 October 1896) was a British author who was born in Paris, France. He studied art in Paris, and moved to Antwerp, Belgium, where he... More > lost vision in his left eye. He consulted an oculist in Düsseldorf, Germany, where he met his future wife, Emma Wightwick. He followed her family to London, where he married Emma in 1863. He became a member of the staff of Punch in 1865, drawing two cartoons a week for the magazine. His most famous cartoon, "True Humility", was the origin of the phrases "good in parts", and "a Curate's egg". In 1891, because of increasing blindness, he retired from Punch, and the family settled in Hampstead, where he wrote three novels (the last was published posthumously).< Less