VICTORIAN VIRTUES IN TEACHING “LITERATURE OF GREAT BRITAIN”


  • Vira Shastalo Kharkiv Karazin National University
Keywords: Victorian epoch, teaching, virtues, literature, modesty, system of values, world construal.

Abstract

 The article is dedicated to the problem of Victorian system of values reflected in the British literature studied at the department of foreign languages. The paper distinguishes the most relevant and typical virtues of the British society in the 19th century.

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2018-12-20
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Shastalo, V. (2018). VICTORIAN VIRTUES IN TEACHING “LITERATURE OF GREAT BRITAIN”. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 31(6), 103-108. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.23856/3109