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Лукина Анна Станиславовна ГОУ СПО Томь-Усинский энегротранспортный техникум
ЛУКИНА АННА
СТАНИСЛАВОВНА
ТОМЬ-УСИНСКИЙ
ЭНЕРГОТРАНСПОРТНЫЙ
ТЕХНИКУМ
1 КУРС
ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯ ПЕРЕВОЗОК
И УПРАВЛЕНИЕ НА
ТРАНСПОРТЕ
РУКОВОДИТЕЛЬСОЛОМЕННИКОВА ИРИНА
АЛЕКСАНДРОВНА
CONTENT
 INTRODUCTION……………………………….3
 WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE……………………4-6
 CHARLES
DICKENS………………………….7-9
 ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE………………......10-12
 JACK LONDON……………………………13-15
 CONCLUSION………………………………...16
 RESOURCES………………………………….17
THE FAMOUS ENGLISH -SPEAKING WRITERS
There are many famous English and American writers , but the
greatest of them are William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens,
Arthur Conan Doyle and Jack London.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
One of the noblest and most
famous man of all writers was
William Shakespeare. He was a
famous English poet and
playwright. William
Shakespeare was born in 1564
in a small English city
Stratford-upon-Avon, and died
on April, twenty-three, 1616.
He wrote more than 37 plays, 154
sonnets, two long poems and a
great number of other poems.
His most famous works include
such plays as “Romeo and
Juliet”, “Hamlet”, “King Lear”,
“Othello”, and many others.
In the 20th century many of his
works were adapted and
screened. Among them such
plays as “Much ado about
nothing”, “Measure for
measure”, “Romeo and Juliet”
and many others. His literature
still remains highly claimed and
appreciated. Thousands of
theatres stage his plays
throughout the world and lots
of film companies shoot new
versions of already known
Shakespeare stories.
150 years after William
Shakespeare’s death, some
writers of the day began to
doubt his authorship of plays
and poems. They said that
these works were created by
another person. There were
reasons for these. For
example, the author of plays
knew a lot of other countries
but Shakespeare never left
England. Most scholars still
believe than Shakespeare did
write these works, but the
idea that somebody else
‘wrote Shakespeare’ is still
discuss.
CHARLES DICKENS
(7 February 1812- 9 June 1870) was an English novelist,
generally considered the greatest of the Victorian period. Dickens enjoyed a
wider popularity and he remains popular, having been responsible for some
of English literature's most iconic novels and characters.
In 1833 Dickens began to contribute short stories and essays to
periodicals. A Dinner at Popular Walk was Dickens's first
published story. It appeared in the Monthly Magazine in
December 1833. Although Dickens's main profession was as a
novelist, he continued his journalistic work until the end of his
life, editing The Daily News, Household Words, and All the Year
Round. In 1858 Dickens began a series of paid readings, which
became instantly popular.
In his novels Oliver Twist, Nicolas Nickleby, David Copperfield,
Hard Times he described his hard childhood.
Charles Dickens died at home on June 9, 1870 after suffering a
stroke. Contrary to his wish to be buried in Rochester Cathedral,
he was buried in the Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey.
ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Arthur Conan Doyle (22 May 1859
– 7 July 1930) was a famous
British writer best known by
the series of books about
Sherlock Holmes. At the same
time he led a medical career and
supported spiritualism. He was
born in the family of Irish
Catholics. He got his middle
name in honor of his father’s
uncle, who was a writer and
painter. They often experienced
financial difficulties. When the
boy was 9, some rich relatives
offered to pay his education at a
noble Jesuit college.
The first story that he wrote
was “The Mystery of Sasassa
Valley”. The same year he
wrote “The American Tale”
which was published in
“London Society” journal. In
1880, he travelled and
worked as a doctor on a
ship’s board. In 1882, he
opened the first medical
cabinet in Portsmouth. In his
free time he wrote detective
stories.
In 1891, Doyle decided to quit
his medical practice and
concentrate on writing. The
magazine “Strand” asked him
to write more detective stories
about Sherlock Holmes. In
1896, Arthur was again in
England and he wrote his
first theater play called
“Sherlock Holmes”. His last
book “The Maracot Deep and
Other Stories” was written in
1929. The writer died on July
7th, 1930 .
JACK LONDON
John Griffith "Jack" London was born on 12 January 1876 in San
Francisco in farmer family.
The first work of London was “Typhoon off the Coast of Japan” in
which he described his sailing experiences. From 1898 Jack
London started working intentionally to publish his writings.
The first published work was “To the Man on Trail”. When
London began his literary career the new printing technologies
appeared. In 1903 The Saturday Evening Post bought London’s
work The call of the Wild .
The main themes London’s works were problems of strong man in
society, his difficulties and contact with nature. The writer died
in 1916 at the age forty.
CONCLUSION
I have written about my favourite English-speaking
writers. Each of them stands out themselves, but they
are shared one, the hearts of the people whom they
conquered. They were died but their works never die in
our hearts.
RESOURCES
 http://en365.ru/charles_dickens.htm
 http://www.biographyonline.net/writers/arthur-
conan-doyle.html
 http://en365.ru/william_shakespeare.htm
 http://london.sonoma.edu/jackbio.htm
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