Vanity Fair: Research Topics


This is about beauty in Vanity Fair.

The Victorian Era was remembered by all the beauty in this time. The dresses, the women, the houses. This compares to the book because women in "Vanity Fair" were hated and disregarded by many other women all because they were beautiful. To get by in this Era, you needed to be either rich or beautiful.

Literature was a major theme in the Era. Plays and books were very popular in this time. Many famous writers from this Era include: Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, and William Thackeray.


Women wore dresses like these to show their class. Higher class women wore beautiful dresses and traveled around in carriages.

Women were despised for being so beautiful. Beauty could get you very far in the Victorian Era.

Beauty was everything in the Victorian Era.


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