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    I need to answer the following essay question, in no more than 1500 words, using the two attached files as my primary sources.

    Essay question:
    'Victorian moral values were shared by all.' Analyse what was meant by 'moral values' in mid-Victorian Britain, with particular reference to the lives of the working classes.

    I am having difficulty creating an essay outline that would assist me in answering the question.
    From reading the two articles, I have deduced that moral morals were not shared by all; see Mill's article and the treatment of women, whereas Bests' article oozes with the shared point of view.

    For further clarification:

    ? Introduction

    ? Paragraph 1
    What is a good topic point to illustrate here, which would agree with the shared viewpoint?
    ? Paragraph 2
    What is a good topic point to discuss here, but follow on logically from the first paragraph still agreeing with the shared viewpoint?
    ? Paragraph 3
    Perhaps in this paragraph, continuing logically from the previous, I could introduce how moral values were not in fact shared by all - Mills article?
    ? Paragraph 4
    Finally, include another topic point about unshared moral values here to close.

    ? Conclusion

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    Greetings. I think you have begun with an interesting deduction, and now you will want to stretch further to clarify your thoughts. As Best's writing "oozes with shared viewpoint," what are those tenents, exactly?
    <br>Aspiration? Perseverance? Exploring one's own talents and genious? The exercise of intellectural faculties? Or what other points might you draw out as being most important to him? How can we tell?
    <br>Best's final paragraph addresses both "ladies and gentlemen." What do you ...