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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 England ClassSystems 75% Victorian For people in Victorian England, the quality of daily life rested on an underlying structure determined social class. The concept of class did not solely depend on the amount of money that people had, but on the source of their income, as well as on birth and family connections. Emily Brontë the author of Wuthering Heights based the story on the Victorian era in which she lived in. The novel Wuthering Heights comes as a link between the Romantic and the Victorian social and literary eras. Although the social settings of the novel are landscaped in entirely within the Romantic period, the values of both the Romantic and Victorian periods are present in the novel. The love triangle of Cathy, Hareton, and Linton exemplify the Victorian era. Also, the status of woman's rights and social status are aspects in the Victorian period. 1% 15% Elite Middle Working tap and hold to changethis text! Royals, Lords, Aristocrats, GentryDidn't work manually, income came from investments, work was fulfilled by lower class Industrialists, Bankers, Clerks, Professionals, Clergy, Naval and Military, Professors, Shop OwnersMade living from salaries, clean work, urban Domestic Servants, Factory Hands, Agricultural Laborers, SoldiersUnskilled, Semiskilled, Physical work, Mining, Fishing, Transporting, Building, Garment industry Money in terms of land Rather than money Made just enough to stay alive
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