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Victorian Celebrities by Image

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Last updated: December 13, 2019
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I wrote famous books such as Treasure Island and Jekyll and Hyde.
I wrote a bestselling book on household management.
I invented the telephone.
I built the Great Western Railway.
I wrote Alice in Wonderland.
I challenged Malthusian economics with a famous book on Christmas.
I served as Prime Minister and wrote Sybil.
I was the first woman to qualify as a physician and surgeon.
I invented the phonograph, the motion picture camera and the practical electric light bulb.
I wrote Middlemarch. I wrote under an androgynous pen name.
I wrote Far from the Madding Crowd and Jude the Obscure
I was a popular 4x prime minister.
I founded modern nursing. I was otherwise known as "The Lady with the Lamp."
I was a controversial newspaper editor. My most famous piece challenged child prostitution.
I developed a system for blowing air through molten pig iron to remove the impurities
I founded evolutionary theory.
I wrote 3000 words a day while working full time for the Post Office.I wrote 47 novels in my lifetime.
I was a British politician, philanthropist and social reformer
I married Queen Victoria.
Coming from a tradition of Jamaican and West African "doctresses", I used herbal remedies to nurse soldiers back to health
I was a famous British textile designer.
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Level 71
Dec 13, 2019
Just to clarify these are celebrities from Victorian England, right? Then... why is Edison here?
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Level 43
Dec 14, 2019
Not necessarily England. As the UK was such a central cultural influence during the 19th century, the noun Victorian can be used to broadly describe someone who was alive during the Victorian era,
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Level 59
Jul 15, 2020
Disraeli not Disreali