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Timeline

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Jennifer Jerlin

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by Rebecka, Alexandra, Johanna & Jennifer
Timeline presentation
New English
OLD ENGLISH-Beowulf
Mary Wollstonecraft
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
The restoration and enligtment
1797-1851
Mary Shelly
Oliver Twist
The Victorian Age
(1837-1901)
Romantic
Period
Middle English
Geoffrey Chaucer
http://faculty.virginia.edu/OldEnglish/Beowulf.Readings/mp3/beo60p.mp3
How does beowulf sound like?
The Great Vowel Shift
1. http://www.courses.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/sound/vowels1a.wav
2. http://www.courses.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/sound/vowels1b.wav
Some characters from The Canterbury Tales
"Sheep"
Vs
"Shape"
Queen Victoria
French revolution
ends!
New beautiful creations
I want to
create
I want
to fall in
New thinking people!
Poems
Art
Stories
1798-1832

Dream that we warmed my little child by the fire and it came to life, and then I stay awake and found no baby”
"It is about time to make the revolution in women's character - time to restore their lost dignity and persuade them to a part of the human race and seek to change themselves in order to change the world."
We are not superior to men!
The Brontë sisters
Mathir-mother
Fathir-Father
Lickle-Little
Agen-Again
lets make some new words!
DUSTER

FLIVVER

FARMERETTE
slide to unlock
LOL - Laugh out loud

IDK - I don't know

INK - I know right
4 - For
2- to/too
U- you
examples
"Deep" vs "Beet"
Do you remember?
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