Virtual excursion Грязнова Валентина Сергеевна, учитель английского языка МОУ «Лицей 1» п.Тюльган Оренбургской области Literary Places of The United Kingdom.
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Virtual excursion Грязнова Валентина Сергеевна, учитель английского языка МОУ «Лицей 1» п.Тюльган Оренбургской области Literary Places of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
What have I done for you, England, my England? What is there I would not do, England, my own? With your glorious eyes austere, As the Lord were walking near, Whispering terrible things and dear As the Song on your bugles blown, England Round the world on your bugles blown!
England Literary Tour Wales Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Scotland
Stratford-upon-Avon is William Shakespeares birthplace William Shakespeare's Birthplace England Henley Street Stratford-upon-Avon William Shakespeare's School
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 Globe Theatre The company presents Shakespeare's works in a lively way so that todays audiences can enjoy his plays as much as audiences did in the 16 th century The most famous and popular plays nowadays are «Romeo and Juliet» (1595), «Hamlet» (1601), «Оthello» (1604), «King Lear» (1605), «Мacbeth» (1606)
Jane Austen spent her short life in Hampshire, near the south coast of England. Her famous novels are "Sense and Sensibility" (1811), "Pride and Prejudice" (1813), "Emma" (1815), Northanger Abbey" (1818) and "Persuasion" (1818). These novels describe the everyday life of people in the upper-middle class circles. The House-Museum of Jane Austen in Bath
Emily, Anne, Charlotte Bronte Geoffrey Chaucer England produced and inspired these celebrated writers Percy Bisshe ShelleyWilliam Wordsworth
Charles Dickens was the most popular novelist in the English language in the nineteenth century. His popular works are The Picwick Papers, Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens When he was only 12, Charles had to leave school and work in a factory. His novels often tell the stories of young children who work hard to escape а life of poverty You can visit Charles Dickens s Museum in Portsmouth, England
221B Baker Street was assigned to the Sherlock Holmes Museum on 27 March 1990 Sherlock Holmes Museum Arthur Conan Doyle The Poets Corner in Westminster Abbey The best place to begin a literary exploration of London is at Westminster Abbey. Here youll find the Poets Corner with monuments and tombs of outstanding writers: Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling,Chaucer, Spenser, Dryden, Ben Jonson, and Milton, Shakespeare, Burns, Byron, Walter Scott, Thackeray The Statue of W.Shakespeare tour
Wales inspired Lewis Carrol to write his literary treasure Alice in Wonderland Lewis Carrol White Rabbit Memorial Guardian Hay Festival of Literature Wales
Roald Dahl Roald Dahl is the modern childrens writer Cardiff is the motherland of Roald Dahl Museum of R.Dahl
Childrens books combine frightening things with humour
Scotland has been opened by two famous natives of those places – Robert Burns and Walter Scott Robert Burns was born in Alloway, in Aurshire Scotland A Statue of R.Burns Robert Burns Memorial
W. Scott The Scott Monument in Edinburgh's Princes Street Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet is the famous Scottish poet and writer Sir Walter Scott statue, Edinburgh W.Scotts estate in Abbotsford Abbotsford House A beautiful garden in the familys estate
The annual Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction was created in 2010 by the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch, whose ancestors were closely linked to Sir Walter Scott. At £25,000 it is one of the largest prizes in British literature
My Heart in the Highlands My hearts in the Highlands Farewell to the north Chasing the wild deer The birthplace of valour wherever I go wherever I rove The hills of the Highlands Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North, The birth-place of Valour, the country of Worth ; Wherever I wander, wherever I rove, The hills of the Highlands for ever I love.
What places are connected with William Shakespeare? What places in Britain are connected with Jane Austen? Where is the Poets Corner ? What place in Oxford is connected with Lewis Carroll and his story "Alice in Wonderland? Where is Conan Doyles Museum? What is 221 Baker Street in London famous for? Викторина Who is the author of the poem My Heart in the Highlands? What have you known about him? What country is the motherland of Walter Scott? What places are connected with Roald Dahl? What have you known about Oscar Wilde ? Who was the most popular novelist in the English language in the nineteenth century? How is the famous Scottish poet R. Burns honoured by Scottish people? Who wrote People and Prejudice and Emma? His real name was Charles Dodgson. What is his pseudonym? A popular British writer, especially of childrens books which often combine frightening with humour. Who is this? His books described the life in Victorian England and showed how hard it was, especially for the poor and for children. Who is this writer?