H.G. Wells once said, "Queen Victoria was like a great paperweight on men's minds. When she was removed, their ideas began to blow all over the place haphazardly." By the time of her death in 1901, the spirit of man was ready to burst and King Edward was just the monarch to open the floodgates.
This presentation offers an interesting timeline that includes the famous, the infamous, and a sinking ship! Sloane Meyer of Literature to Life will share all this and more, while dressed as a true Edwardian.