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    life of Oscar Wilde is nothing special; it is actually more of a statement. Oscar Wilde lived to make a point. During the time he was alive he made many mistakes and had many triumphs. Oscar Wilde spoke his mind and didn’t let anything stop him from doing the things he wanted. Wilde is a literary genius that used his life experience in his writings. Oscar Wilde’s education‚ experiences and personal life helped form him into the acclaimed author he is today. Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde‚ or

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    Semey state university named after Shakarim Students independent work Theme: “Oscar Wilde” Performed:Arykova Aigerim Checked: Shalbaeva A. Zh. Semey 2014 CONTENTS Introduction………………………………………………………………3 1. Early life……………………………………………………………….4 2. Education……………………………………………………………...4 3. Prose writing …………………………………………………………..6 4. The Picture Of Dorian Gray…………………………………………..8 5. The end of the 19th century…………………………………………...9 6. Death…………………………………………………………………..11 Referenses………………………………………………………………

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    Eminent Poet The world famous poet‚ Oscar Wilde‚ was born on October 18‚ 1854 in Dublin‚ Ireland. What would the imaginative world of poetry and its captive audience have missed without the sensitive voice of Wilde to make us question the meaning of art? Due to the positive and negative influences on his eccentric life‚ Oscar Wilde preserved to become a recognized writer with an authentic voice. Childhood Oscar Wilde had an intriguing childhood‚ and it certainly affected

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    in Dublin‚ Irish writer Oscar Wilde is best known for the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray and the play The Importance of Being Earnest‚ as well as for his infamous arrest and imprisonment for being gay. Beginning in 1888‚ while he was still serving as editor of Lady’s World‚ Wilde entered a seven-year period of furious creativity‚ during which he produced nearly all of his great literary works. Around the same time that he was enjoying his greatest literary success‚ Wilde commenced an affair with

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    My full name is Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde and I am applying for the spot as any of the following open spots as: Author‚ poet‚ or a dramatist. I was born in Dublin‚ Ireland on October 16‚ 1854. My father is Sir William Wilde who is a very well-known surgeon. My mother is Jane Francesca Elgee Wilde and she is a poet who worked under the nickname Speranza. I also have a lot of siblings. Five of them! Their names are Henry‚ Emily‚ William‚ Mary‚ and Isola. Due to my mother’s literary successes

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    BIOGRAPHY -OF -OSCAR WILDE: Born on October 16‚ 1854 in Dublin‚ Irish writer Oscar Wilde is best known for the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray and the play The Importance of Being Earnest‚ as well as for his infamous arrest and imprisonment for being gay. Early Life Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde was born on October 16‚ 1854 in Dublin‚ Ireland. His father‚ William Wilde‚ was an acclaimed doctor who was knighted for his work as medical advisor for the Irish censuses. William Wilde later founded

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    Oscar Wilde INTRODUCTION: THE AESTHETICISM. The term " aestheticism" derives from Greek and means: "Perceiving through senses". It was also for the Romantic culture‚ in fact the movement has its roots in the Romanticism‚ but‚ at the same time‚ it signs a turn: now tartist‚ or better the aesthete‚ has to feel the sensations but also live them in his life. The message of the aestheticism is: "Living the beauty!" The figure of the aesthete presents some corrispondences with the French figure‚

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    Oscar Wilde, Woman

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    OSCAR WILDE - Biography Oscar Wilde was an Anglo-Irish playwright‚ novelist‚ poet‚ and critic. He is regarded as one of the greatest playwrights of the Victorian Era. In his lifetime he wrote nine plays‚ one novel‚ a number of poems‚ short stories‚ and essays. He was born on October the 16th‚ 1894 in Dublin to Sir William Wilde and his wife Jane. Oscar ’s mother‚ Lady Jane Francesca Wilde was a successful poet and journalist also (Gregory Brdnik 2012).  Oscar had an elder brother‚ Willie‚ and a

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    Oscar Wilde once said‚ “Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist‚ not of the sitter.” This was true in Wilde’s life except he was not painting portraits‚ but rather creating wonderful literary works of art that people still enjoy today. All of his works portrayed Wilde’s talent and creativity. Oscar Wilde was born on October 16‚ 1854‚ to two successful parents‚ Dr. William Wilde and Jane Francesca Elgee Wilde. Wilde’s father was a successful eye and ear doctor. He

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    Oscar Wilde and His Dandies ——Taking The Importance of Being Earnest as example Abstract: Oscar Wilde (1854---1900) was the outstanding playwright‚ novelist‚ essayist‚ and poet at the end of 19th century. He devoted himself to the “Art for Art’s Sake” movement‚ and had influenced the British literary field for the whole century. One of his most distinguishing writing features is dandies in his works. This article here‚ divided into three parts‚ introduces and analyzes the truth of the Wildean

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