QueenVictoria : The longest reining British monarch
MaryAnnEvans : George Eliot's real name
Charlotte : One of the Bronte Sisters
Porshmouth : Charles Dickens where born there
OliverTwist : Dickens' most known social problem novel
LittleDorrit : Dickens' novel about debtor's prison life
Cricket : Activity that came popular in the 19th century
Biography : A genre which became popular in the 19th century
Chartism : Movement for working class rights
Rosemary : The main character in ''A cup of tea''
OscarWilde : The author of ''The Happy Prince''
Thomas Hardy : The author of ''The Mill on The Floss''
Napoleonic : Wars which ended in the 19th century
Sanssouci : The Castle where the Happy Prince used to live
OurLifeInTheHighlands : A book by the queen
RedBrick : University at the end of the Victorian age
Maugham : The author of ''The moon and sixpence''
Psychology : The new branch of science
Kensington : The castle where the queen was raised
PhilipFell : Rosemary's husband
Dash : The name of queen Victoria's dog
Hanover : The queen was from this dynasty
EmilyBronte : The author of ''Wuthering Heights''
LadyWithALamp : The nickname of Florence Nightingale
WestminsterAbbey : Charles Dickenson was buried there
Kipling : Wrote lots of stories about animals
Wighs : Liberals were called this way in the 19th century
JimHawkings : The main character in the ''Treasure Island''
Lighthouse : A building built by Robert Louis Stevenson's father
One of the Bronte Sisters
The castle where the queen was raised
A building built by Robert Louis Stevenson's father