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Were Sherlock and Watson typical bachelors of their time? What were their reasons for being unmarried and how were their attitudes and interactions towards women?
Did they simply had no luck with the ladies or were there other reasons for them to be unwed? The longest regency in British history covered more than sixty years and lasted from June to January It was the Golden Age of the British Empire — the largest imperium the world had ever seen. It was the era of gas-lit streets shrouded in the thick, grey fog of countless factory chimneys, the time of stiff and uptight men wearing long black top hats and chokers and pretty, reserved ladies wearing bustles.
During this long period of time a large number of developments and inventions were made. On the one hand the reign of Queen Victoria was generally a time of great prosperity and progress. Since it was the time of industrialization, science and technology developed rapidly.
The steam engine, the expansion of the gas networks for lighting and heating or the realization of photography are only a few examples for pioneering developments during that time. Jekyll and Mr. But on the other hand it was also the time of great misery, exploitation and tremendous class differences between a very thin and very wealthy upper class and a very broad and extremely impoverished working class.
Whilst the middle-class earned the most from the developments of the time the working class fell by the wayside. Due to rapid urbanization whole districts of greater cities became hopelessly overcrowded, resulting in slums like the East End of London where thousands of people dwelled like sardines in a tin.
The child mortality rate was extremely high and child labour a regular occurrence.
The working class was exploited in the countless working houses and factories where the working conditions were hard and hazardous with extremely long working hours up to 12 hours a day. The Victorian Age was a very ambiguous time with great prosperity and absolute poverty going side by side.
Men were undisputedly in charge and the image of how a real man had to be like was well-defined. Men had to be powerful. The man was the patriarch at home — the dominant and superior part in every marriage.