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Powerpoint show oscar wilde

  1. 1. Oscar wilde<br />By Mie, Julie and Søren<br />
  2. 2. Timeline<br />1854 – Born on October 16 <br />1855 – His familymoved to Merrion Square<br />1871 – Went to Trinity College in Dublin<br />1874 – Went to study at Oxford University<br />1878 – WonNewdigateprize for his first poem<br />1878 – Graduated from Oxford University<br />
  3. 3. 1879 – Began to teachAesthetic Values in London<br />1881 – His firstcollection of poems waspublished<br />1884 - Married Constance Lloyd<br />1887 – LeftIrelandpermanently<br />1887 – Beganworking as a reviewer for the Pall MallGazette<br />1895 – Convicted of homosexualityand sentencestwoyears in prison<br />1897 – Wasreleased on May 19<br />
  4. 4. 1905 – His letters to Douglas wasreleased<br />1962 – ”The Letters of Oscar Wilde” waspublished<br />1900 – Died of meningitis on November 30<br />1954 – His son Vyvyanpenned his memoir ”Son of Oscar Wilde”<br />
  5. 5. Background<br />The beginning<br /><ul><li>Born 16.10.1854
  6. 6. Parents – Sir William Wilde and Jane Francesca Wilde
  7. 7. Elderbrother – Williw Wilde
  8. 8. Youngersister – Isola Wilde</li></li></ul><li>School<br /><ul><li>Homeschooled for 9 years
  9. 9. Portoa Royal School
  10. 10. Trinity College in Dublin
  11. 11. Awarded ad schoolarship to Oxford University</li></li></ul><li>Marriage<br /><ul><li>Constance Lloyd
  12. 12. Married in 1884
  13. 13. Twosons – Cyril and Vyvyan
  14. 14. Constance died in 1898
  15. 15. Cyril diedduring World War I
  16. 16. Vyvyanbecame an author</li></li></ul><li>Aestheticism<br /><ul><li>The aestheticmovement
  17. 17. Wasinvolvedduring his time at Oxford
  18. 18. TeachingAesthetic Values</li></li></ul><li>Sexuality – Prison<br /><ul><li>Consideredhomosexual og bisexual
  19. 19. Lord Alfred Douglas
  20. 20. Convicted of homosexuality in 1895
  21. 21. Changed name to Sebastian Melmoth
  22. 22. Moved to Paris</li></li></ul><li>1878: Ravenna<br />1881: Poems<br />1888: The Happy Prince and Other Tales<br />1889: The Decay of Lying<br />1891: The Picture of Dorian Gray<br />1891: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime and Other Stories<br />1891: Intentions<br />1891: Salome<br />Literaryworks<br />1892: The House of Pomegranates<br />1892: Lady Windermere’s Fan<br />1893: A Woman of No Importance<br />1893: The Duchess of Padua<br />1894: The Sphinx<br />1895: An Ideal Husband<br />1895: The Importance of Being Earnest<br />1898: The Ballad of Reading Gaol<br />
  23. 23. It is the onlypublishednovel by Oscar Wilde<br />Publishedfirst time in Lippincott’sMonthly Magazine, 1890<br />Laterreviedby Wilde and published in 1891<br />Classic gothichorror fiction<br />The picture of dorian gray<br />Action<br />Dorian Gray is a young man who is a subject of a painting by Basil Hallward. Basil admiresDorian’sbeauty. Dorianmeets Lord Henry Wotton, who is espousing a new hedonism. Dorian is obsessed with Lord Henry’sworldview and heespresses a desire to sell his soul, to be sure that the painting Basil had made ages instead of Dorian himself. Thatwayhecanstayyoung and keep his beauty. <br />
  24. 24. Monuments in Dublin of oscar wilde<br />Statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Park, at Merrions Square<br />Oscar Wilde’schildhoodhome is on the other side of the road<br />He livedthere with his family from 1855-1878<br />The house is nowused as a collage<br />

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