Presentation on theme: "Www.zlinskedumy.cz ŠkolaStřední průmyslová škola Zlín Název projektu, reg. č.Inovace výuky prostřednictvím ICT v SPŠ Zlín, CZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0333 Vzdělávací."— Presentation transcript:
ŠkolaStřední průmyslová škola Zlín Název projektu, reg. č.Inovace výuky prostřednictvím ICT v SPŠ Zlín, CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ Vzdělávací oblast Jazykové vzdělávání a komunikace Vzdělávací oborAnglický jazyk Tematický okruhObrazy TémaObrazy Tematická oblastObrazy NázevOscar Wilde AutorMgr. Jitka Javorová Vytvořeno, pro obor, ročníkTechnické lyceum, stavebnictví, elektrotechnika, druhý ročník AnotacePrezentace – Oscar Wilde Přínos/cílové kompetenceRozšíření učiva učebnice Opportunities, M 15, Pictures VY_32_INOVACE_17_11
(16 October 1854 – 30 November 1900)
Wilde's parents were successful Anglo-Irish Dublin intellectuals. Their son became fluent in French and German early in life.Anglo-Irish
'Art for art's sake.'
NEXT SLIDE: Statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square, Dublin. The materials are granite, green nephrite jade, white jadeite and thulite.Merrion Squaregreen nephrite jadejadeitethulite
Known for his biting wit, flamboyant dress, and glittering conversation, Wilde became one of the best-known personalities of his day.
He met with a severe fall" - Illustration by Wallace Goldsmith of the effects of a butter slide set up by the twins as part of their campaign of practical jokes against the ghost. butter slide
llustration for the first edition by Walter CraneWalter Crane
A nightingale overhears a student complaining that his professor's daughter will not dance with him, as he is unable to give her a red rose. The nightingale visits all the rose-trees in the garden, and one of the roses tells her there is a way to produce a red rose, but only if the nightingale is prepared to sing the sweetest song for the rose all night with her heart pressing into a thorn, sacrificing her life. Seeing the student in tears, and valuing his human life above her bird life, the nightingale carries out the ritual. She impales herself on the rose-tree's thorn so that her heart's blood can stain the rose. The student takes the rose to the professor's daughter, but she again rejects him because another man has sent her some real jewels, and "everybody knows that jewels cost far more than flowers." The student angrily throws the rose into the gutter, returns to his study of metaphysics, and decides not to believe in true love anymore.
Dorian faces his portrait in the 1945 film The Picture of Dorian GrayThe Picture of Dorian Gray
Iokanaan and Salome. Illustration by Aubrey Beardsley for the 1893 edition of Salome.Aubrey Beardsley
1895 London premiere
Lord Goring confronts Mrs. Cheveley about a stolen bracelet. From a 1901 collected edition of Wilde's work
The play has been the subject of numerous film and television adaptations and a musical adaptation
Yet each man kills the thing he loves By each let this be heard. Some do it with a bitter look, Some with a flattering word. The coward does it with a kiss, The brave man with a sword!
The epitaph is a verse from The Ballad of Reading Gaol:The Ballad of Reading Gaol And alien tears will fill for him Pity's long-broken urn, For his mourners will be outcast men, And outcasts always mourn.