Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Answer to Monday's Riddle: Back in the 1800's...


Queen Victoria: 1837-1876 (Victorian Era)
Excellent guessing, Riddlers! You guys nailed it this week. Lizzy's review will send us back to 19th century England, and Friday we'll be chatting with C. Lee Mckenzie, so be sure to check back! See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

This period in history is the key. Time travel back, and here's what you'll see: Victoria stands to get her crown, machines start running in every town, Oliver Twist's picking pockets, the jury's hung on Ripper's docket. The fashion's gorgeous for those with more, but not so fancy if you're poor. In the path of mind, where can this be? Which reflection of thought do you see?

What period in history am I referring to? *BONUS: Where is it? Answer:19th Century England (Victorian Era) 




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9 comments:

  1. Oh interesting. I always find the royalty and the medieval era fascinating.

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  2. I missed answering the bonus, saying England... plus I should have said 1800's... at least I got part of it right ♡

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  3. Love this I find interesting Victorian era!
    Nice!

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  4. Such a fascniating era not only across the pond, but here in the U.S. as well.

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  5. Does sound like an interesting book; its not an era I usually read books from, but who knows?

    betty

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  6. I love this era with its beautiful furnishings and its undercoat of sin:)

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  7. This is an interesting era, isn't it? So much material for a story!

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  8. I reread Oliver Twist to savor the gritty, coal-choked air and hear the voices on the street. Such an interesting time, and Victoria was only eighteen when she came to the throne. Imagine!

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  9. I reread Oliver Twist to savor the gritty, coal-choked air and hear the voices on the street. Such an interesting time, and Victoria was only eighteen when she came to the throne. Imagine!

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