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The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories: Achieving the Minimum Core: Penguin Readers

Autor Oscar Wilde
en Limba Engleză Paperback – feb 2008
The famous Canterville Ghost haunts an old house, but the ghost becomes unhappy when the new owners play tricks on him In the other stories, we meet Lord Arthur Savile, who has to murder someone before he can get married, and we discover the secret life of beautiful Lady Alroy.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781405865128
ISBN-10: 1405865121
Pagini: 67
Dimensiuni: 127 x 193 x 5 mm
Greutate: 0.11 kg
Ediția:Revizuită
Editura: Pearson PTR Interactive
Seriile Penguin Readers, Penguin Readers: Level 4

Locul publicării:London, United Kingdom

Descriere

Classic / British English
The famous Canterville Ghost haunts an old house, but the ghost becomes unhappy when the new owners play tricks on him! In the other stories, we meet Lord Arthur Savile, who has to murder someone before he can get married, and we discover the secret life of beautiful Lady Alroy.

Caracteristici

Includes three more mystery stories: Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, The Sphinx without a Secret and The Model Millionaire

Notă biografică

Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (b. Dublin, 1854) was an Irish playwright, who wrote one of the best loved comedies in the English language - The Importance of Being Earnest (1895). A leading wit and conversationalist in London society, his career was destroyed at its height when he was imprisoned for homosexual offences. Wilde was born in Dublin and educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and Magdalen College, Oxford. Settling in London, he became famous for his extravagant dress, long hair, and paradoxical views on art, literature, and morality. His first play, Vera (1880), a tragedy about Russian nihilists, was produced in New York to poor reviews. Success in the theatre came with the elegant drawing-room comedy Lady Windermere's Fan. A Woman of No Importance (1893) was another success. Other works for the theatre were An Ideal Husband (1895) and the biblical Salomé (1896), written in French for Sarah Bernhardt. Wilde flaunted his homosexual affairs, including his ill-fated liaison with Lord Alfred Douglas. Following a celebrated trial in 1895 he was sentenced to two years' imprisonment with hard labour. The sentence led to public humiliation, poor health, and bankruptcy. On his release in 1897 he left for France and remained in exile there until his death in 1900.