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( ᴡʜᴀᴛ ) ɪᴛ ᴡᴏᴜʟᴅ ʙᴇ ( ʟɪᴋᴇ )
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Do you have any tips on writing a Victorian era character?
Well, my own advice would be: read books that were written in the Victorian period…! This is where you get the best look at their society and societal expectations. My best recommendation would be A.S. Byatt’s Possession. You can’t go wrong with most of the classics either.
Otherwise, look below. Shout out to The Writing Café and their flawless tagging system.
- How to Roleplay in the Victorian Era
- The Writing Café: The 1890s
- Character Development: The Victorian Child
- Writing Research: The Victorian Era
- Victorian Etiquette, McCord Museum
- Writing with Weasels: Victorian Holidays
- Writing with Weasels: Victorian Ranks/Nobility
- The Writing Café: Victorian Women & Marriage
- The Victorianist
- Goodreads: Best Victorian Historical Fiction Set In Britain
- Goodreads: Victorian YA Novels
- Goodreads: Best neo-Victorian Novels
- Goodreads: Popular Victorian Classics
Best of luck…!
I love you.
— traitorous soul who had never sought to be anything l e s s
the d i f f i c u l t
Because you were born that way. &
you are b e a u t i f u l that way.
And you are mine that way.
I will ρяσтєcт you
until my l a s t
b r e a t h.
▒▒ ι’ve нad мy sнαяε oғ
R i s E & F a l l S
no мaттer нow мany тιмeѕ
ι’ve ғallen or rιѕen
ι αℓωαүs gεт вαcк ση мү 〈 F E E T 〉
don’т. coυnт. мe. laѕт. ▓▓