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Государственное бюджетное профессиональное образовательное
учреждение Краснодарского края
«Курганинский аграрно- технологический техникум»
«WRITERS and
POETS»
Подготовила:
студентка 2 курса
ГБПОУ КК «КАТТ»
группы № Т-12 по специальности «Технология
продукции общественного питания»
Русинова Татьяна Константиновна
Руководитель проекта:
преподаватель , первой категории
ГБПОУ КК «КАТТ»
Говердовская Ольга Николаевна
г. Курганинск, х.Красное Поле, 2016 г.
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Willam Shakespeare
Walter Scott
Daniel Defoe
Joseph Rudyard Kipling
Lewis Carroll
Jerome Jerome Klapka
Alan Alexander Milne
Charles John Dickens
Arthur Conan Doyle
Somerset Maugham
Robert Louis Stevenson
George Gordon Byron
Oscar Wilde
Alan Milne
John Tolkien
«WRITERS
and POETS»
Willam Shakespeare
• William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April
1564 – died 23 April 1616) was an
English poet and playwright, widely
regarded as the greatest writer in the
English language and the world's
preeminent dramatist. He is often called
England's national poet and the "Bard
of Avon".His surviving works, including
some collaborations, consist of 38
plays,154 sonnets, two long narrative
poems, and several other poems. His
plays have been translated into every
major living language and are
performed more often than those of
any other playwright.
• Shakespeare was born and raised in
Stratford-upon-Avon.
Walter Scott
He was born August 15, 1771, in Edinburgh;
died on 21 September 1832 and was buried in
Triboro.
The world famous British
writer, poet, historian, collector
antiquities, attorney at law, by descent
Scot. Considered
the founder of the genre of historical
novel. Walter Scott began his
creative journey with poetry. First
literary performances by W. Scott
traced back to the late 90-ies of the XVIII
century: in 1796, he published translations
two ballads by the German poet G. Burger
"Lenora" and "Wild hunter", and in 1799
year — translation of the drama Goethe's "Goetz
von Berlichingen". Posted By: Ivanhoe
(1819), "The Monastery" (1820), "Abbot"
(1820), "Kenilworth" (1821), "Woodstock"
(1826), "Perth beauty" (1828)...
Daniel Defoe
Defoe is considered one of the first supporters
the novel as a genre. Defoe is prolific and
a diverse writer, he wrote more than 500
books, pamphlets and journals on various topics
(politics, economy, crime, religion, marriage,
psychology, supernatural, etc.). In
journalism promoted bourgeois
sanity, acted to protect verteciesTy and freedom of speech.
Born in a family of masterhouse James FD,
in preparing pastors, but Church career
was forced to give up. After Graduating From Newington
Academy, where he studied Greek and Latin languages and classical literature,
became a clerk in a wholesale hosiery merchant. On business often in Spain,
Portugal and France, where he familiarized himself with the life of Europe and
perfected in languages. Later himself was at one time the owner of the hosiery
production first and then a Manager and then owner of a large brick and tile
factory, but went bankrupt. A talented writer, pamphleteer and publisher, he
did not formally occupy any government positions (he was head of the
intelligence services of Britain), at one time had a great influence on the king
and the government.
Joseph Rudyard Kipling
Born on 30 December 1865, Bombay; died 18
January
1936, London.
English writer, poet and novelist.
His best works are "the Book
of the jungle" (The Jungle Book), "Kim" (Kim) and
numerous poems. In 1907 Kipling
becomes the first Englishman to receive
The Nobel prize for literature. In the same year
he received awards from the universities of Paris,
Strasbourg, Athens and Toronto; also awarded
honorary degrees from Oxford, Cambridge,
Edinburgh and Durham universities. Rich
the language of Kipling's works, full of metaphors,
made
a great contribution into the Treasury of the English
language.
Lewis Carroll
Real
name
Charles
Dodgson
Lutwidge,
or
Charles Dodgson Lutwidge.
Born 27 January 1832, died January 14, 1898.
An English writer, mathematician, logician, philosopher,
deacon and photographer. The most famous
works — "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice
through the looking glass", as well as a humorous poem
"The hunting of the Snark". Literary career began
while learning in College. He wrote poems and short
stories,
sending
them
to
various
magazines
under
the
pseudonym
Lewis
Carroll.
Alias
"Lewis
Carroll" is formed from these names the author of
"Charles Lutwidge", which are the correspondences of
the names "Carl" (lat. Carolus) and "Louis" (lat.
Ludovicus); Dodgson chose other English matching
these names and swapped.
Jerome Klapka
He was born may 2, 1859, in Staffordshire, died
June 14 1927 is an English writer, humorist,
playwright, permanent employee of the satirical
magazine "punch", edited from 1892-1897 years
magazines "Bummer" (English. Idler) and "Today".
The
book
was
printed
in
1889
year,
had
a resounding success, and reissued until now.
The popularity of the book was so great that
the
number
of
registered
Thames
boats
increased
by
fifty
percent
in
the
next
after the publication of the year, which in turn made
the
river
is
an
attraction
for
tourists.
For
the first twenty years, has sold more than a million
copies of the book worldwide. The financial prosperity
brought by the book, allowed Jerome to devote himself
entirely to creativity. He created several plays, essays and
short stories, but to repeat the success of "Three men in a
boat, not counting the dog" and could not.
Alan Alexander Milne
He was born January 18, 1882 in London, died January 31,
1956) is an English writer, author of novels about
"the bear of very little brain" — Winnie-the-Pooh.
Many years was a member of the English
humorous magazine "punch". Writing
stories about Winnie-the-Pooh Milne started for his son
Christopher Robin. Prior to the publication of books about
Winnie the Pooh Milne was already quite famous
the playwright, but the success of Winnie the Pooh
purchased such proportions that other works of Milne
now virtually unknown. One of his
teachers in 1889-1890 was H. G. wells. Studied
at Westminster school, and then in
Trinity College, Cambridge. As a student, he wrote notes in the student
newspaper "Grant".
Milne participated in the First world war as an officer in the British army. He
later wrote the book "Peace with honor", in which he condemned the war.
In 1913 Milne married Dorothy de Selincourt, in 1920, he was the only son —
Christopher Robin Milne.
Charles John Dickens
Born 7 February 1812 died 9 June 1870
year — English writer, novelist and essayist.
The most popular English writer when
life, and he nowadays has the reputation of
the classics of world literature, one of
prominent writers of the nineteenth century. Creativity
Dickens referred to the heights of realism, but in his
the novels reflected and sentimental, and fabulous
start. The most famous novels of Dickens
(printed separate editions with
continuing): "Posthumous notes of the Pickwick
club", "Oliver Twist", "David Copperfield",
"Great expectations", "Tale of two cities".
Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle (Doyle)
born may 22, 1859, in Edinburgh,
died July 7, 1930 - world famous Scottish and
English writer — the author
the detective works on
the detective Sherlock Holmes,
adventure and scientific
fantastic — about Professor
Challenger, humorous —
about Brigadier Gerard.
Doyle had also written
historical novels ("White
squad", etc.), plays ("Waterloo",
"Angels of Darkness", "Fires of fate",
"The speckled band"), a poem (collections of ballads "Songs of action"
(1898) and "Songs of the road"), autobiographical essays ("Notes stark
Monroe" or "the mystery of the stark Monroe") and "domestic" novels ("the
Duo in
accompanied by an occasional chorus"), libretto of "Jane Annie"
(1893, co-author)
Somerset Maugham
William Somerset Maugham (25
January 1874 – 16 December 1965)
was an English playwright, novelist
and short story writer. He was
among the most popular writers of
his era, and reputedly, the highest
paid author during the 1930s.
Robert Louis Stevenson
(13 November 1850 – 3 December
1894) was a Scottish novelist, poet,
essayist and travel writer. Stevenson
was greatly admired by many authors,
including Jorge Luis Borges, Ernest
Hemingway etc…
Novels
Treasure Island (1883) His first major
success, a tale of piracy, buried
treasure, and adventure, has been
filmed frequently. He originally entitled
it The Sea Cook but an editor changed
it.
The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two
Roses (1883) An historical adventure
novel and romance set during the Wars
of the Roses.
Prince Otto (1885) Stevenson’s third
full-length narrative, an action romance
set in the imaginary Germanic state of
Grünewald.
George Gordon Byron
22 January 1788– 19 April
1824) was a British poet and a
leading figure in Romanticism.
Amongst Byron's best-known
works are the brief poems She
Walks in Beauty, When We Two
Parted, and So, we'll go no
more a roving, in addition to
the narrative poems Childe
Harold's Pilgrimage and Don
Juan. He is regarded as one of
the greatest British poets and
remains widely read and
influential, both in the Englishspeaking world and beyond.
Oscar Wilde
Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
(16 October 1854 – 30 November
1900) was an Irish playwright, poet
and author of numerous short stories
and one novel. Known for his biting
wit, he became one of the most
successful playwrights of the late
Victorian era in London, and one of the
greatest celebrities of his day. Several
of his plays continue to be widely
performed.
Novels
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890)
Teleny, or The Reverse of the Medal
(Paris, 1893)
Alan Milne
Alan Alexander Milne (18
January 1882 – 31 January
1956) was an English author,
best known for his books
about the teddy bear Winniethe-Pooh and for various
children's poems. Milne was a
noted writer, primarily as a
playwright, before the huge
success
of
Pooh
overshadowed all his previous
work.
J.K.Rowling
o Joanne "Jo" Murray, (née
Rowling; born 31 July
1965),better known under
the pen name J. K. Rowling
is a British author best known
as the creator of the Harry
Potter fantasy series, the idea
for which was conceived
whilst on a train trip from
Manchester to London in
1990. The Potter books have
gained worldwide attention,
won multiple awards, sold
more than 400 million copies,
and been the basis for a
popular series of films
John Tolkien
John Ronald Reuel
Tolkien,
o (3 January 1892 – 2
September 1973) was
an English writer,
poet, philologist, and
university professor,
best known as the
author of the classic
high fantasy works
The Hobbit, The Lord
of the Rings and The
Silmarillion.
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