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Famous People Agatha Christie Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Charlie Chaplin Daniel Defoe Joseph Turner John Lennon William Shakespeare
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - What is his name? - His name is Arthur Conan Doyle. - What was he? - He was a Scottish writer. - What is he famous for? - He is famous for his stories about Sherlock Holmes. 1859-1930
Rain, Steam, and Speed – The Great Western Railway is an oil painting by the 19th century British painter J. M. W. Turner. This painting was first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1844, though it may have been painted earlier. The Great Western Railway (GWR) was one of a number of private British railway companies created to develop the new means of transport. GWR’s aim was initially to connect Bristol with London; its chief engineer was Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Rain, Steam, and Speed
Portrait of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by Sidney Paget, 1897. Born May22,1859(1859-05-22) Edinburgh,Scotland Died July7,1930(aged 71) Occupation Novelist, short story writer, poet, doctor Genres Detective fiction,historical novels,non-fiction Influences EdgarAllanPoe Influenced Agatha Christieand other detective fiction authors
221B Baker Street was assigned to the Sherlock Holmes Museum on 27 March 1990 Sherlock Holmes Museum
Conan Doyle house in London In London you can visit famous Baker Street and the museum of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. The British take care of such places and keep their traditions which are connected with these memorials. Conan Doyle was one of the first to start the fashion of the detective stories. Conan Doyle created his famous character, Sherlock Holmes, in 1885.
Sherlock holmes pipe ,hat You can find a room, which is like the room described in Conan Doyle’s stories in London.
Agatha Christie is the world's most famous detective … She wrote … novels and several plays. Christie was born in 1890 in … She didn't go to school but was educated at home by her … She wrote her first detective novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, in … Her other main detective was an elderly spinster called Miss … Agatha continued to write many detective … She wrote until she died at the age of … She died in … Her novels have sold millions of copies all over the … Agatha Christie 1890-1976
Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie Agatha Christie is the world's most famous detective story writer. She wrote 79 novels and several plays. Christie was born in 1890 in Devon. She grew into a beautiful and sensitive girl with waist-length golden hair. She didn't go to school but was educated at home by her mother. She wrote her first detective novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, in 1920. In it A. Christie introduced Hercule Poirot. Her other main detective was an elderly spinster called Miss Marple. The Christie detective novels deal mainly with plot and characters. The author avoids writing about violence in any form. Two of her most celebrated tales were Ten Little Indians and Then There Were None. Agatha continued to write many detective novels. She wrote until she died at the age of 86. She died peacefully in 1976. A. Christie is the second most translated English author. Only Shakespeare is translated more than Christie. Her novels have sold millions of copies all over the world.
Agatha Christie created many fictional detectives, the most famous of which were Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. Hercule Poirot appeared in over 30 novels and 50 short stories. He was a Belgian detective, famous for his neat appearance, his obsession with order and his use of psychology in his investigations of crimes.
Miss Marple was nothing like a typical detective. At first glance she was an ordinary old lady who loved knitting and gossip but she could solve the hardest of mysteries and sent many criminals behind bars! She appeared first in the novel “Murder at the Vicarage” in 1930.
William Shakespeare 1654-1616 - What is his name? - His name is William Shakespare. - What was he? - He was a British poet. - What is he famous for? - He is famous for his poems and plays. He is often called England's national poet and His surviving works consist of about 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.
William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-on-Avon, England, in 1564. He received his education in the Grammar school. At the age of nineteen he married the daughter of a neighboring farmer.But three years later Shakespeare went up to London, because it was the best place for the development of his genius. It was a time of the Revival of learning, when plays of all sorts were written, in response to the varying popular demands.Shakespeare became an actor of "The Globe" - the most popular theatre in London. The theatres at that time were situated outside the city walls, and the performances took place by daylight. There was no scenery to the plays. Shakespeare began helping dramatists in the writing of new plays.Soon he began writing his own plays. "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear", "Hamlet" and many others brought him glory and fame. William wrote thirty-seven plays, many of which are still performed in countries all over the world. He wrote 154 beautiful poems called sonnets. He wrote the sonnets for his friends, but soon everyone wanted to read them. William got the ideas for his plays from old stories, poems, and real events. His plays made audience laugh, and cry, and gasp in horrow. In 1616 William wrote his will. At the height at his fame William returned to Stratford-on-Avon and lived there in his own house until his death in 1616. He left most of his land and property to his family. He also left money to the poor people of Stratford. But his greatest treasure, his writing, was left for the whole world to enjoy. He died at the age of 49. We don't know a lot of facts of the writer's life. That is why there are many legends about him. It is a house where he was born.
Soon he began writing his own …. William wrote … plays, many of which are still performed in countries all over the world. He wrote … beautiful poems called sonnets. He died at the age of …. We don't know a lot of facts of the writer's … That is why there are many… about him. William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-on-Avon, England, in … He received his education in the Grammar … But three years later Shakespeare went up to …, because it was the best place for the development of his genius. Shakespeare became an actor of "… " - the most popular theatre in London.
The best thing of all in William’s life were groups of actors who visited Stratford from time to time. He watched them and knew that he wanted to be an actor. But the actors didn’t have their own theatre, that’s why they built a theatre and called it “Globe”. There was a sign on it’s main door: “All the world is a stage”. Shakespeare’s Globe was rather different from modern theatres. In 1613 the Globe burnt down.
In 1949 an American actor Sam Wanamaker decided to rebuilt the Globe. It took many years to raise money, get permission and find out exactly what the place looked out like in the old days. On June 12 1997, Her Majesty the Queen opened the International Shakespeare Globe Center. Unfortunately, Sam Wanamaker died in 1993 and wasn’t in the audience to see his dream finally come true. This new theatre is as close to the original as it is possible to be.
The Globe Theatre It is one of the oldest theatres in London on the river Thames In the early 1590s, Shakespeare went to London. He set up his own theatre, the Globe, where his company performed The company presents Shakespeare's works in a lively way so that today’s audiences can enjoy his plays as much as audiences did in the 16th century The most famous and popular plays nowadays are «Romeo and Juliet» (1595), «Hamlet» (1601), «Оthello» (1604), «King Lear» (1605), «Мacbeth» (1606)
Easy heart lives long. Stratford-upon-Avon Henley Street William Shakespeare's Birthplace
What is his name? - His name is John Lennon. - What was he? - He was an English musician. - What is he famous for? - He is famous for his songs. 1940-1980 John Lennon
I'm Only Sleeping (Lennon/McCartney) When I wake up early in the morning Lift my head, I'm still yawning When I'm in the middle of a dream Stay in bed, float up stream (float up stream) Please, don't wake me, no, don't shake me Leave me where I am - I'm only sleeping Everybody seems to think I'm lazy I don't mind, I think they're crazyBeat6603.htm Running everywhere at such a speed Till they find there's no need (there's no need) Please, don't spoil my day, I'm miles away And after all I'm only sleeping Keeping an eye on the world going by my window Taking my time Lying there and staring at the ceiling Waiting for a sleepy feeling... Please, don't spoil my day, I'm miles away And after all I'm only sleeping Keeping an eye on the world going by my window Taking my time When I wake up early in the morning Lift my head, I'm still yawning When I'm in the middle of a dream Stay in bed, float up stream (float up stream) Please, don't wake me, no, don't shake me Leave me where I am - I'm only sleeping Когда я просыпаюсь рано утром, Еще зевая, поднимаю голову, Когда я в полусне Лежу в постели, плыву по течению Пожалуйста, не буди меня, не тряси меня, Оставь меня в покое, я просто сплю Похоже, все вокруг считают меня ленивым, Мне все равно, я считаю ненормальными Тех, кто носится туда-сюда с такой скоростью Пока не поймет, что это никому не нужно Пожалуйста, не порти мне день, я далеко отсюда, В конце концов, я просто сплю Я смотрю на мир, что несется за моим окном Убиваю время Лежу и смотрю в потолок, Жду, когда меня сморит сон... Пожалуйста, не порти мне день, я далеко отсюда, В конце концов, я просто сплю Я смотрю на мир, что несется за моим окном Убиваю время Когда я просыпаюсь рано утром, Еще зевая, поднимаю голову, Когда я в полусне Лежу в постели, плыву по течению
Daniel Defoe (1660-1731) What do you know about Daniel Defoe? Have you read his novels? Are they interesting? What do you want to learn about Daniel Dafoe and his characters?
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Charlie Chaplin What is his name? - His name is Charlie Chaplin. - What was he? - He was an English actor, film director and composer. - What is he famous for? - He is famous for his films. 1889 — 1977
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