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LIB316 / LIB 316 / Week 1 DQ 2 Literature and the Industrial Revolution

LIB316 / LIB 316 / Week 1 DQ 2 Literature and the Industrial Revolution

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Week 1 DQ 2 Literature and the Industrial Revolution


Many artists and writers in the 19th century hoped that their work would inspire politicians and others to make lasting changes that would improve living and working conditions for people. These writers were often called “social critics” and their writing “social criticism” because one of its intents was to criticize society. To what extent are art and literature political? Why do you think that many of the works of 19th-century writers, including Charles Dickens and Elizabeth Gaskell, are still popular today?
Week 1 DQ 2 Literature and the Industrial Revolution


Many artists and writers in the 19th century hoped that their work would inspire politicians and others to make lasting changes that would improve living and working conditions for people. These writers were often called “social critics” and their writing “social criticism” because one of its intents was to criticize society. To what extent are art and literature political? Why do you think that many of the works of 19th-century writers, including Charles Dickens and Elizabeth Gaskell, are still popular today?

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