Презентация на тему "Лондон и его достопримечательности" "Биография Оскара Уайльда"код для вставкиСкачать
Презентация выполнена старшеклассниками к уроку страноведения по Лондону и по биографии великого писателя Осара Уайльда. Создание творческой среды в целях совершенствования навыков говорения в старшем звене общеобразовательной школы.
It consists of three parts: the City of London, the West End and the East End. Oscar Wilde Born 16 October 1854 Dublin, Ireland Died 30 November 1900 (aged 46) Paris, France Wilde's father William Wilde Sir William Wilde William Wilde was an ear, nose and throat specialist, at a time when otology especially was in the hands of quacks. He not only developed medical understanding in this area but also invented instruments to aid diagnosis. Wilde’s mother. Lady Jane Wilde Lady Jane was a poet who stood six feet tall and claimed to be "above respectability." She loved to make a sensation and passed this passion on to her youngest son. The Wilde family home No. 34 Tite Street, Chelsea, the Wilde family home from 1884 to his arrest in 1895. In Wilde's time this was No. 16 – the houses have been renumbered. Constance with her son Cyril in 1889 Constance Wilde, born Constance Mary Lloyd, was the wife of Irish playwright Oscar Wilde and the mother of his two sons, Cyril and Vyvyan. The daughter of Horace Lloyd, an Irish barrister, and Adelaide Lloyd, she married Wilde in 1884, and had both her sons within the next two years. In 1888 she published a book based on children's stories she had heard from her grandmother, called There Was Once. Vyvyan Holland, OBE (3 November 1886 – 10 October 1967), born Vyvyan Oscar Beresford Wilde in London, was a British author and translator. Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas in 1893 In mid - 1891 Lionel Johnson introduced Wilde to Alfred Douglas, an undergraduate at Oxford at the time. He was a handsome and young man. Oscar loved the young man and broke up with his wife and children. Their relationship, of course, all the people of London sow. The tomb of Oscar Wilde Wilde died of cerebral meningitis on 30 November 1900. Wilde was initially buried in the Cimetière de Bagneux outside Paris; in 1909 his remains were disinterred to Père Lachaise Cemetery, inside the city.