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THE WORLD POETRY DAY. William Wordsworth. William Wordsworth:. Date and place of birth: 7 th of April in 1770 in shire Cumberland ( England) Date of death: 27 th of April in 1850. Biography:.

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William wordsworth1
William Wordsworth:

Date and place of birth:

7th of April in 1770 in shire Cumberland (England)

Date of death:

27th of April in 1850


Biography
Biography:

In 1779, young William Wordsworth defined in the grammar school in Houkskhede, where he made ​​a great knowledge of classical philology and mathematics and reading in English poetry.

In 1787 William Wordsworth went to St John's College, Cambridge, where he studied English literature and Italian. During the holidays, he walked around the Lake District and Yorkshire and distihom wrote a heroic poem "Evening Walk».


Program
Program:

The representatives of Romanticism sharply condemned the culture of the city and moved away from it. "Simple" became their ideal of life, and Wordsworth took up his apology in the field of literature. He set a rule to "take a creative material of ordinary life, register it in the usual manner, on a common language." "Ordinary life - he says - elected me because only it's all natural and truly, in its simplest terms, is no embellished life does not contradict a beautiful and sustainable

forms of nature“.


In 1843, 73-year-old Wordsworth was appointed by Queen Victoria poet laureate. In his later years, especially after the death of his daughter, Wordsworth virtually stopped writing poetry.He wrotemore than 180 poems.


1799 1845

1799 - 1845 Victoria poet laureate. In his later years, especially after the death of his daughter, Wordsworth virtually stopped writing poetry.

Thomas Hood


Nationality - English Victoria poet laureate. In his later years, especially after the death of his daughter, Wordsworth virtually stopped writing poetry.

Father - Novelist and Bookseller

Education - Public School

Career - Poet and Editor


Thomas Hood was a happy humorist whose works and life were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.


The list of Hood's separately published works is as follows: were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.

Odes and Addresses to Great People (1825)

Whims and Oddities (two series, 1826 and 1827)

The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies, hero and Leander, Lycus the Centaur and other Poems (1827), his only collection of serious verse

The Dream of Eugene Aram, the Murderer (1831)

Tylney Hall, a novel (3 vols., 1834)

The Comic Annual (1830–1842)

Hood's Own, or, Laughter from Year to Year (1838, second series, 1861)

Up the Rhine (1840)

Hood's Magazine and Comic Miscellany (1844–1848)

National Tales (2 vols., 1837), a collection of short novelettes

Whimsicalities (1844)


November
NOVEMBER were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.

The theme of the poem is the bleakness of a November day in London.

A heavy fog—and perhaps a bit of smog from chimney smoke—obscures everything: the sun, the moon, the steeples, the roadways, the parks, even the faces of people on the streets.


Thomas hood 1799 1845

Thomas Hood(1799-1845) were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.

NOVEMBER


Alfred lord tennyson 6 august 1809 6 october 1892

Alfred Lord Tennyson were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination. (6 August 1809 – 6 October 1892)

The Favourite Poet of

Queen Victoria


Style of writing
Style of Writing were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.

  • Alfred Tennyson created short lyrics.

  • Some of his verses were based on classical mythological themes.


Literary work
Literary work were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.

  • Tennyson`s first poem was published when the poet was 17;

  • He was awarded the `Gold Medal` for the poem `Timbuctoo` while studying at Cambridge University;

  • Sudden death of his closest friend inspired Tennyson to create one of his masterpieces `In Memoriam AHH`


Literary work1
Literary work were an illustration of the great moral truth. His sense of humor was a balance between pride of knowledge and limitless imagination.

  • In 1850 Alfred Lord Tennyson was appointed

    Poet Laureate.


  • A number of phrases from Tennyson`s works have become commonplaces of the English language.

  • `To strive, to seek, to find and not yield,`-was the motto of the Olympic games in London in 2012

    («Бороться, искать, найти и не сдаваться!»)


Rudyard kipling 1865 1936
RUDYARD KIPLING commonplaces of the English language. 1865 – 1936


The world poetry day1

THE WORLD POETRY DAY commonplaces of the English language.


Dogs after ogden nash

Dogs commonplaces of the English language. (after Ogden Nash)

The dog is man`s best friend.

He has a tail on one end.

Up in front he has teeth.

And four legs underneath.


Dogs like to bark. commonplaces of the English language.

They like it best after dark.

A dog that is indoors

Wants to be outdoors.


But let him out – and what then? commonplaces of the English language.

He wants to be in again.


Dogs cheer up people who are frowning. commonplaces of the English language.

And rescue people who are drowning.


Dogs in the country have fun. commonplaces of the English language.

They run and run and run!


But in the city this species, commonplaces of the English language.

Is walked around on leashes.


Dogs are friendly, loyal and honest. commonplaces of the English language.

Of all the pets I like them most.


Thank you for your attention
Thank you for your attention commonplaces of the English language. 


The world poetry day2

THE WORLD POETRY DAY commonplaces of the English language.


The world poetry day3

THE WORLD POETRY DAY commonplaces of the English language.


Thank you for your attention1
Thank you for your attention! commonplaces of the English language.


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