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Victorian England (World History Series)

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A juvenile non-fiction book about the history and culture of Victorian England.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published July 1st 2000 by Lucent Books (first published September 1st 1999)
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Becky B
An informative book on the culture and history of Victorian England. I read it all the way through, but I doubt I would have done so in middle or high school. It is a good reference source for those grades. It does read a bit like a textbook. Swisher includes a lot of good citations and there are pictures and illustrations to further help understanding.
Katie Pagan
I loved this book as a young teenager...I used to repeatedly check it out of the local library :-) But it's not really a book for entertainment. It's more of an excellent reference source for the beginning scholar in Victorian England.
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