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The Picture of Dorian Gray

Mari Tiirik, i-2 Oscar Wilde "The Picture of Dorian Gray " Basil Hallward is a taciturn and solitary artist, who finds his perfect motif in a young boy called Dorian Gray, who is the model for his oil painted masterpiece. Due to the fact that Dorian is very handsome, actually even heavenly beautiful young man, a friend of Basil, a cynical aristocrat Lord Henry Wotton (Harry) finds great intrest in Dorian. Lord Henry Wotton wants to buy the picture, and moreover, he wants to meet the boy in the picture himself. Unfortunately, Dorian is an innocent and a pure child, this is why Hallward doesn't find the idea of these two men meeting, because he is afraid that Dorian won't find his relationship with Basil intesting and exciting anymore. Basil fell in love with Dorian while painting his picture. Basil also treated him good, kept his self- esteem and spirit up by saying all the great things about him, of how good he looks and how much he as an artist likes him, etc....

Inglise kirjanduse ajalugu - Tallinna Ülikool
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The Picture of Dorian Gray

But Dorian captured the ideal moment which he wanted to be eternal. His decision was influenced by Harry's ideas and the portrait of him where he saw how beautiful he was. Dorian wished that he could remain young forever and his portrait would get older. Harry was a friend of Basil's, the artist who painted Dorian's picture , and he had quite peculiar ideas of life. He told Dorian that youth is the most relevant in life and that everyone should enjoy it. Basil knew that Harry wouldn't be good influence for young boy, but he wasn't able to prevent their encounter. Over time Harry's ideas fix in Dorian's mind and he changes into someone that he was not like before. When his first love, Sibyl Vane, who was an actress in a cheap theatre, disappoints him, he is very callous towards her which breaks the girl's hear...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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The picture of Dorian Gray

It was first publised in a newspaper in 1890. At first, the book gained a lot of criticism and the author decided to change some parts of the book. The new verison was publised a year later after the former verison was released. The novel narratates a story of a wealthy, handsome, young man named Dorian Gray. When a very talented artist called Basil Hallward meets Dorian Gray, he is absolutely amazed by Gray's flawless looks. Basil decides to paint a picture of Gray, to honour his beauty. But Basil has one problem, he doesn't want that decent Gray and his friend lord Henry would ever meet. But that happens and when lord Henry tells Dorian about his view of world, Dorian gets infulenced and wishes to never age. He wishes to always maintain the same looks as he has on the picture that Basil painted of him. By lord Henry's influence...

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The picture of Dorian Gray

We meet our three central characters at the beginning of the book, when painter Basil Hallward and his close friend, Lord Henry Wotton, are discussing the subject of Basil's newest painting, about handsome young man named Dorian Gray. Henry told Basil that it's his best work yet and should it sent to the best art gallery in London. Basil refuses to send, because he has pu too much of himself into it. Lord Henry wants to meet this mysterious boy, but Basil doesn't want him to because he's afraid that Henry will change and influence Dorian by his clever words. However, Lord Henry gets his wish--Dorian shows up that very afternoon. The both men thinks that Dorian is very good-looking man with his bright blue eyes and gold hair. Also he had an open, honest face, no dark secrets in that. Over the course of...

British literature - Keskkool
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The Picture of Dorian Gray / Dorian Gray portree

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Introduction The Picture of Dorian Gray came out in 1891, in Estonian 1929. It is the only published novel written by Oscar Wilde and also considered as a classic gothic horror fiction with a little bit of philosophy in it. I decided to read this book in Estonian, because I have two books in this language available at home. The book I read was published by Eesti Päevaleht in 2007 and it consists of 184 pages. The story is centred on Dorian Gray, a young man of great beauty and on his portrait, painted by Basil Hallward. From my point of view, I think that Wilde wanted to teach us a lesson about being too conceited and having such a high opinion of oneself. It is well known that nobody gets away without punishment. The Body The book tells the story of how a friend of Dorian, the artist Basil H...

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

None too big cuts. All good quotations were present but it felt to me that in some places they were a bit too forced (crammed together). Alltogether I liked the movie and it gave away the meaning of the book pretty well. The storyteller explaines in the beginning that Harry likes to play with people. Not good. The novel has no reference to Dorian being painted with an Egyptian goddess shaped like a cat who could grant his wish, as the film has. Appears throughout the whole movie. Girls signs the painting- Glaidis, Basils niece. Dorian stole her heart. Also important in later recognising the corpse. In Wilde's original, Sybil Vane is a Shakespearean actress whom Dorian observes playing Juliet, rather than the gifted dance-hall singer seen in this film. This necessitates altering Dorian's motive for breaking up with her. In the novel, her acting has become shallow as a result of really falling in love with Dorian, and his sense of illusion has been dissipated. In the film, she reacts poorly to his confessions of sensual tempt...

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The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde

Enjoying a meteoric rise to the top of society, his wit, humour and intelligence shine through his plays and writings. Oscar Wilde was born on 16th October 1854 in Dublin, Ireland. His parents were well known and attracted a degree of gossip for their extravagant lifestyles. Oscar Wilde proved to be a student of great talent. He was awarded a scholarship to Trinity College Dublin. Here he studied the classics, in particular developing an interest in the Greek philosophers and the Hellenistic view of life. He also really cherished his youth, which probably was the inspiration for the book The picture of Dorian Gray . "To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early or be respectable." - Oscar Wilde The picture of Dorian Gray This book talks about a young man called Dorian Gray, who doesn't age. Instead a portrait, which is painted of him sh...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Picture of Dorian Gray

In the London home of his aunt, Lady Brandon, the famous painter Basil Hallward encounters Dorian Gray. Dorian is a smart, wealthy, and impossibly gorgeous young man who immediately captures Basil's eye. Basil paints Dorian several times. When the book starts the artist is finishing his first portrait of Dorian as he truly sees him, but, as he admits to his companion Lord Henry Wotton, the painting frustrates him because it reveals too much of his feeling for his subject. Lord Henry, who enjoys scandalizing his friends by celebrating beauty, youth, and the selfish quest of satisfaction, disagrees, claiming that the portrait is perfect. Dorian arrives at the studio, and Basil hesitantly introduces him to Lord Henry, who he scares will have a harmful influence on the vulnerable, young Dorian. Lord Henry makes a speech to Dorian, explaining that the on...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Dorian Gray - The price of everlastin beauty

It talks about a man who never ages, instead a portrait of him ages. Dorian can be forever beautiful but is it worth it? Dorian realizes that he cannot be young forever and wishes that the portrait would age not him but he does not think about the consequence. Lord Henry points out that Dorian cannot be beautiful and young forever and Dorian wishes that the painting would age not him. I think this it not worth it because everyone around Dorian will grow old and eventually die. He would see the people he cares about dying. Also, when Dorian understand that he can be beautiful forever, he does not care so much about what is going to happen or even what is going to happen with people around him. He was a caring young man who loved very much Sibyl, especially when she was acting. After realizing he would stay young forever, he does not care about Si...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Dorian Gray

Mari-Liis Luukas Dorian Gray ­ the Prince of Everlasting Youth The novel which describes the life story of Dorian Gray is out of the ordinary. It might have been a long time ago when it was written, but I haven't heard of a similar idea such as the starting point of the events. In the beginning Dorian was a young undamaged simple boy and I think that Basil was right to have the wish to prevent Dorian meeting Harry. When Dorian hears the ideas that Harry has for life of pleasure, beauty and youth, he adopts them immediately. As he sees his portrait, Dorian becomes aware of his beauty and says the fateful wish that if only he could remain young and the portrait would become old. The first sign that his wish had become true is seen when Dorian is very heartless and rude to Sibyl Vane, an actress to whom he wanted to marr...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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The Price of Everlasting Youth

Maris Süld The Price of Everlasting Youth Everything in this life has a price, especially things you could not normally get ­ like the everlasting youth. In the book "The Picture of Dorian Gray " by Oscar Wilde, a young man called Dorian gets it, but it does not come free. To start with, the book is full of evil. It talks about the evil, that lies inside humans, and when it comes out, there is nothing we can do. Dorian Gray had the same problem. At the beginning of the book he was a very wealthy, intelligent man with a very high status. His beauty charmed others. Basil Hallward was inspired to draw his portrait in order to preserve his beauty and youth. With Lord Henry practically "brain-washing" Dorian, he recognised that as long as he remained as young as he was in the painting, he would be handsome. He...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Review Raamatust Dorian Gray

Wilde Kodumäe, Janne Form 11B This book tells the story of a beautiful young boy, called Dorian Gray, whose friend is an artist who paints a picture of him. Thanks to the artist, called Basil Hallward, Dorian meets with Lord Henry. Lord Henry tells him, that appearance and amusements are important in life and you shouldn't take anything seriously. Doria made a wish that he could be young forever like the picture of him. Dorian discovers that he's staying young and the picture of him is getting older. Thanks to aging picture and influence of Lord Herny, he's going to live vicious life. Lord Henry just wants to play with peolple and is interested in psychology, but...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

Highly recommended." --Dr. Stewart D. Friedman, adviser to Jack Welch and former director of the Work/Life Integration Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "It's about time this book was written. It is a long-overdue manifesto for the mobile lifestyle, and Tim Ferriss is the ideal ambassador. This will be huge." --Jack Can eld, cocreator of Chicken Soup for the Soul®, 100+ million copies sold "Stunning and amazing. From mini-retirements to outsourcing your life, it's all here. Whether you're a wage slave or a Fortune 500 CEO, this book will change your life!" --Phil Town, New York Times bestselling author of Rule #1 "The 4-Hour Workweek is a new way of solving a very old problem: just how can we work to live and prevent our lives from being all about work? A world of in nite...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Kirjanduse eksam 10 klass

1 Antiikkirjanduse mõiste, Homerose eeposed Antiikkirjanduseks nimetatakse VanaKreeka ja Rooma kirjandust. On pärit sõnast ,,antiquus" ­ vana, iidne. Nimetus on õigustatud ainult Euroopa seisukohalt. VK kirjandus on ajalooliselt vanem, ta on Euroopat kõige rohkem mõjutanud, perioodid: I arhailine periood (86 saj e Kr), II klassikaline (54saj e Kr, keskuseks Ateena), III Hellenismi ajajärk (31 saj eKr), IV Rooma periood 16 saj p Kr). 129 saj on tume periood. Vana Rooma kirjandus tekkis 3. saj. eKr. Koinee kreeka keel, mille aluseks atika murre, kujunes välja 4 saj e Kr. Selle ajajärgu varaseimat sõnaloominugt pole sälinud, seega peetakse alguseks Homerose eeposeid. Palju kahtlusi H. olemasolus ja tema autorluses: 18 saj väitis saksa tead...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Oscar Wilde

b klass Oscar Wilde Referaat Tartu 2009 Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde 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, especially The Importance of Being Earnest. As the result of a widely covered series of trials, Wilde suffered a dramatic downfall and was imprisoned for two years hard labour after being convicted of "gross indecency" with other men. After Wilde was released from prison he set sail for Dieppe by the night ferry. He never returned to Ireland or Britain. In 1883, Irish-born Oscar Wilde returned to London bursting with exuberance from a year long lecture tour of the United States and Canada. Full of talent, passion and, most of all, full of himself, he courted and married the beautiful Constance Lloyd. A few years later, Wilde's wit, flamboyance and creative genius were widely renowned. His literary career had achieved notoriety with the publication of "The Pict...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Famous people from Ireland

1854 Died 3oth Nov. 1900 Notable works: "The importance of being Earnest"; "The picture of Dorian gray " Jonathan Swift An Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer, poet, cleric Notable works: "Gulliver's Travels"; "A modest proposal" Born 30th Nov. 1667 Died 19th Oct. 1745 Colin James Farrell Irish actor Appeared in: "In Bruges"; "Miami Vice"; "Tigerland"; "Odine" Born 31st May 1976 Won the golden globe award for "In Bruges" Saint Patrick The patron saint of Ireland Lived 4th to 5th century S.t Patrick's day celebrated in honor of him brought Christianity to Ireland Sold to slavery at the age of 16 Birth name was Maewyn Paul David Hewson Singer and musician (stage name "Bono") Main vocalist in the rockband U2 Born 1oth May 1960 Received he Nobel peace prize; granted knighthood by QEII; Time m...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Revision Questions 2013

What do you know about Margaret Thatcher? Winston Churchill? Margaret Thatcher was the first female Prime Minister in Europe. She was a member of the conservative party. She died recently. Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister during WW II. He was excellent in making speeches, but he was a heavy drinker and also smoker. 2. What are the main countries of the UK and their capitals? There are 4: England with London as the capital; Wales with Cardiff as the capital; Scotland with Edinburgh as the capital; and Northern Ireland with Belfast as the capital. 3. What is Remembrance Day all about and why is it celebrated at that time? It is about the men (and women) who lost their lives fighting in the World Wars. It's celebrated then, because that's the day WWI was ended with a treaty. 4. Which powers does the Queen of the UK have? The Queen has to sign all the bills for them to pass. She is the one who opens the Parliament every fall for the next session. She is however more of a representative than an actual dec...

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Irish literature

01.2014 From the beginning · earliest recorded Irish writing dates from the seventh century · was produced by monks · the monks of Ireland recorded both poetry and mythological tales The Middle Ages (500-1500) Irish writing of 6th century The book of Armagh · the earliest surviving complete NT manuscript produced in Ireland. · some of the oldest surviving specimens of Old Irish. · it was the work of a scribe named Ferdomnach of Armagh The book of Armagh Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) · Was born in Dublin, Ireland · Swift was part of the inner circle of the Tory government He is remembered for works such as: · Gulliver's Travels · The battle of the books Jonathan Swift Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) · Was born at 21 Westland Row, Dublin · Was an Irish writer and poet ·...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Essay: my ideal job

I want to teach Estoninan language and literature. I want to teach highschool students. I’d like to teach in my hometown, Tartu. I want to become a teacher beacause I like kids. Also, I like to teach and explain. Literature was my favourite subject in school. I like almost all books from compulsory literature. Especially I like „Master and Margarita“ and „Dorian Gray “. I think it is very important to read books, especially young people should read. Literature improves their vocabulary and changes their picture of the world and maybe teach tolerance. I’d give enough time to read every book carefully. I wouldn’t just make a test with fact-questions, I would discuss about the books with them. We would talk about the problems and the main ideas of the book. Later, they would have to write an essay about the book. Writing an essay improves their writing skills. Maybe I’d let them work in groups, then they can discuss about book together. Also, every person must know the rules of orthography and write correctly. So it is very important for students to learn their mother languaege. If I would be teacher, I’d gave them printed materials with rules for every subject. Also, they should keep their materials in the folder, it is easier when all things are in the same place. I would also make dictations and tests for every subject. Only then, I can be sure that kids acquire the necessary knowledge....

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KIRJANDUSE LÕPUEKSAM kevad 2017

KIRJANDUSE PÕHILIIGID- EEPIKA, LÜÜRIKA, DRAMAATIKA LÜÜRIKA: (kreeka lyra- keelpill, mille saatel kanti ette laule-luuletusi) peegeldab elu inimese elamuste, mõtete, tunnete kaudu, tema sisemaailma kaudu. Lüürika iseloomulikuks jooneks on värsivorm. Värss=luulerida, stroof=salm. Lüürika liigid: ood - pidulik luuletus mingi sündmuse või ajaloolise isiku auks eleegia - nukrasisuline luuletus; pastoraal ehk karjaselaul epigramm - satiiriline luuletus sonett - Lüroeepiliste teoste puhul on lüüriline ja eepiline (ehk jutustav element) läbi põimunud, need teosed on ka pikemad, kui tavalised luuletused. Siia kuuluvad poeemid ja valmid EEPIKA: (kreeka sõnast epos - sõna, jutustus, laul) on jutustav kirjanduse põhiliik. Zanrid on järgmised: antiikeeposed, kangelaslaulud romaan - eepilise kirjanduse suurvorm , palju tegelasi, laiaulituslik sündmustik. Romaanil on erinevaid alaliike: ajaloolin...

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