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  • How the Rich lived in Victorian TImes: Houses
  • A rich family and their home.
  • Servants
  • How the Rich lived in Victorian TImes: living conditions
  • What can I do for you, child of my master?
  • I have servants to do my bidding, I have a good education, I have a nice house with lots of food, water, and more things I need to live, and I also have a lot of money to buy things too, yay me!
  • See?
  • How the Rich lived in Victorian TImes: education
  • This education is wonderful, even if I get harsh punishment, but I know that this is important in life, and do you know the adage,"No pain, No gain?"
  • The rich people in Victorian times lived in castle like houses that were up to 4 stories high, it had multiple bathrooms, servants, and a nanny.
  • How the Rich lived in Victorian TImes: education-continued
  • The rich lived much better lives that the poor, having plenty of food, an education, servants to do the lazy people's bidding, and a nanny to take care of the children by fulfilling their wishes.
  • How the Rich lived in Victorian TImes: education-continued
  • Only the rich got to go to school when Queen Victoria took the throne, and only boys of age of 10 and above among the rich could go, until then, they would be home-schooled, but girls were permanently home schooled.
  • Conclusion
  • You are right, my life is satisfying and I do have all that I need
  • In 1870 all of that changed though, because a law passed that made any kid of age 5-10 have to go to school. Schools were very crowded, as a class in a poor city could have 70-80 sudents in one class, and village schools mixed students of all ages.
  • Kids were punished quite harshly in school because discipline was important, boys on their backsides, girls on their hands or legs. They were taught reading, writing, arithmetic and religion, during 9 am to 12 pm in the morning,and afternoon was 2pm to 5pm.
  • I think that the rich lived quite satisfying lives in Victorian times, and that being one of them would have been an easygoing life for anyone (excluding school punishments). The houses are nice, living conditions are solid, and they get a harsh but quality education, and I think that they are set for life.
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