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In this thesis I have analyzed about the whole life circle of the play writer, novelist, poet, author of short stories "Oscar Fingal O Flahertie". He was also known as the Oscar Wilde. The Influences that Wilde took to write Poems Relating Philosophy such as from Plato to Kant and this will analyze the way the beauty evolved in his poems. Also it will focus on the Influences that he might have taken from Arnold, Pater and Ruskin. Wilde was also known as the famous play writer of the 19th century of late Victorian London. The poem by which Oscar Wilde was awarded was the very first attracting human poem named as "Ravenna" In a prosperous family Wilde grew up and Wilde distinguished himself at London's Oxfords and at Dublin's Trinity College. He started publishing his poems in 1881 and in England he got a work as a lecturer and critic. And he became famous after his socializing. He became very famous after his relationship with the poet who was the young and his name is Lord Alfred Douglas. As Oscar Wilde was a great poet he did many poems, children stories and dramas. Oscar Wilde was also jailed for homosexuality a wit whose good-humored disdain for convention became less favored. As Ravenna was the most famous poem of Oscar Wilde. In his poem he praises Italian nature. Oscar Wilde got inspiration by three of the famous philosophers and poets. They were Arnold, Pater and Ruskin. They were also the great poet of their era. Hence, this whole thesis is about the influences that Wilde took to write Poems Relating Philosophy and the way the beauty evolved in his poems. He wrote many poem like "the decay of lying" for the smile of cave of Plato.
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The theme must be structured under the influences that Wilde took to write "Ravenna" Relating Philosophy (from Plato to Kant). Influences that he might have took from Arnold, Pater and Ruskin. The weight of Victorian society ideals. Summing up, the way that beauty evolved in Wilde's work "poems" relating the topics above.
Oscar Fingal O Flahertie Wills Wilde was born on 16th October 1854. He was great novelist, play writer and poet. He was an Irish man. He also wrote many short stories. He was also one of the most successful play writers of late Victorian London, and Oscar Wilde was one of the greatest celebrity of his era. The name of his father was Sir William Wilde and he was very well known surgeon, his mother name was Jane Francisca Elgee Wilde and she wrote very famous poetry and under the pseudonym Speranza she prose He was educated for 3 years in Trinity College. He studied classics, and also through his writing of life start attracting people towards his poetry and philosophy. At the age of 23 Oscar Wilde was awarded by his poem which was named as "Ravenna". He was awarded Newgate prize in 1878. A group of followers were attracted by him and a personal cult initiated by them, artificial and self consciously. In 1894 for the use of young Wilde wrote in philosophies and phrases "The first duty in life". He expended his cult after leaving the Oxford. In his poem Ravenna he praises Italian environment. He praises about nature each n everything about what he feel. But artificially.
In 1881 well received poems were published by Wilde and his next six years were the active years. In the United States he spent the entire year lecturing and then he returned to England and there he started lecturing. As a school inspector he applied successfully for a position. Wilde married in 1884. And in 1885 and 1886 his wife bore him children. In the following year he began to publish extensively. As erratic as his life had been for previous six years his writing activity became as intense.
The magazine "Women's World" was edited by Wilde from 1887 to 1889. In 1888 "The happy prince and other tales" was his first popular success as a prose writer. And in 1892 another collection of his fairy tales was "The house of Pomegranates". The magazine "Women's World" was edited by Wilde from 1887 to 1889. In 1888 "The happy prince and other tales" was his first popular success as a prose writer. And in 1892 another collection of his fairy tales was "The house of Pomegranates". He was the great poet and philosopher and he was also awarded for his poems and plays. In 1886 Wilde became a practicing homosexual.
Oscar Wilde wrote "The Decay of Lying", in which he uses many Socratic dialogues against realism. The dialogues were as cheerful as he wanted for the smile of cave in Plato's Republic. In the poem "that lying" it's all about telling of very beautiful untrue things, in very appropriate aim of art"
Now we will discuss all about the philosophy from Plato to Kant. He was awarded in 1878 for his world famous poem "Ravenna". He got inspiration from the other great philosopher and poet. In a manner to understand Pater and Ruskin influenced on Wilde, it is very necessary to understand first about Ruskin. And then compare the Ruskin with the Pater and finally in the end compare both Pater and Ruskin with Wilde.
Those great poets were Arnold, Pater and another very famous poet Ruskin. He got inspiration from them when he was in Oxford more than his classics. In a manner to understand Pater and Ruskin influenced on Wilde, it is very necessary to understand first about Ruskin. And then compare the Ruskin with the Pater and finally in the end compare both Pater and Ruskin with Wilde.
He was the great poet of the late Victorian ideals. In philosophy the study of Wilde especially his dialectics, influenced The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Critic as Artist and The Decay of Lying. In order to strive for synthesis Wilde countered a thesis with an antithesis, with a friction he would be satisfied if that was impossible to reach, and the change of status quo needed to be changed. It was demonstrated by the Wilde's acceptance of Hegel's dialectics that like Pater and Ruskin that differences had came to seen by Wilde which exist to be reconciled. As a heavy burden the label of aesthete carried by Pater and for a while the mask of decadent dandy and an aesthetic wore by Wilde. The conflicting ideas of Ruskin and Pater were not reconcile by Wilde. As Wilde was the great philosopher, it was the thought of Wilde that between Ruskin and Pater there is no conflict.
In the literature Review we will discuss about the saying and opinions of other philosopher or ordinary people about Oscar Wilde. I have collected some of the literature review about Oscar Wilde.
Oscar Wilde confirms his brilliance after the publication of his best known works, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST and
Also, THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY. He was the great philosopher. Richard Ellmann.
Oscar Wilde was one of the whole artists. He presents his philosophy without limitations or special advocacy. Richard Ellmann
"Wilde did not meet Pater in person until his third year at Oxford, but during his first
Term he came under the spell of his Studies in the History of the Renaissance, publish
The year before" Ellmann
In research mythology I will discuss about the ways from where I have found the data and information about my thesis. I have found the information and data about Oscar Wilde through different search engines, books and articles. And also I have provided many questions for the people which are given below.
Q1. Who was Oscar Wilde and where he was born?
Q2. What award did Oscar's Wilde Ravenna got?
Q3. Why was Ravenna famous?
Q4. Did Oscar Wilde write any philosophy or poems for the young ones?
Q5. Why was Oscar Wilde prisioned?
Q6. Who was the father of Oscar Wilde?
Q7. Who was the mother of Oscar Wilde?
Q8. Did Oscar Wilde write any poetry on women?
Q9. Oscar Wilde got inspired from whom?
Q10. Who were Arnold, Pater and Ruskin?
Q11.For how many times he was prisioned?
Q12. Did Oscar Wilde write any poem or play for the cave of Plato?
Q13. Where Oscar Wilde was the followers of other writer?
Q14. What thing encourages Oscar Wilde to write his philosophy and poetry?
Q15. How Pater and Ruskin influenced on Oscar Wilde?
Q16. When Did Oscar Wilde Die?
Finding and Discussion:
In findings and discussion a large scale of search is done. Sewell Stokes and Leslie wrote a play on Wilde in 1936 and in that play they write all about the life of Wilde. The character who played the role of Wilde was Frank Harris. Robert Morley was the starring. In 1936 in London this play was opened at the Gate Theater. And then in New York two years later this play was staged and after playing the role of Wilde Morley become famous and successful.
In 1960 on Wilde's life two films were released. The first film was Oscar Wilde and in that film Robert Morley was starring and it was based on the Stokes brothers. The other film was "The trial of Oscar Wild" and in that film Peter Finch was starring. In the United Kingdom homosexuality was still a criminal offence.
Without being explicit both films were rather cagey in touching on the subject.
A one man show was performed by an Irish actor Michael MacLiammóir in 1960. And that show was called "The importance of being Oscar". Brechtian theory heavily influenced that show and that show includes many samples of Wilde's writing and many poems. The play was very successful and that play also gives fame to Mac Liammoir.
Another play was performed in the summer of 1977 and that was "Diversions and Delights" It was performed by Vincent Price. And directed by Hoe Hardy and writer of the play was John Gay. The main thing of the play is that the ageing Wilde, in a Parisian Theater on November 28, 1899 in order to earn some much-needed money gave a lecture on his life. Every where the play got a success except the New York. In London 1990 it was revived in the role with Donald Sinden. In the solo musical comedy ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, in 2002 Wilde were portrayed by the playwright and an actor Jade Esteban Estrada.
The conclusion of whole the thesis is that if we get inspired from anything it can also change our life. As the Oscar Wilde was inspired from Arnold, Pater and Ruskin which motivate him to write such a famous and beautiful poetry, plays and philosophy. In the role of movements, decadent, and aesthetic Wilde was very well known. He was very much impressed by the English writers Pater and Ruskin. They were the writers who argued for the art has a central importance in our lives. When Wilde wrote "The Picture of Dorgan Gray" then commented ironically on that view of Pater and Ruskin. On English decorative art Wilde had a permanent influence. In Britain as the leading aesthete Wilde became the most prominent personality. For them though he was sometimes ridiculed. On all sides his witty sayings and paradoxes were quoted. When he took a tour of Canada and United States by no small number of critics Wilde was torn apart. When he returned in United Kingdom he became the editor of the Women's World and he for the Pall Mall Gazette worked as a reviewer.
On 16 October 1854 Wilde was born in the Ireland of Dublin. The name of his father was Sir William Wilde and he was very well known surgeon, his mother name was Jane Francisca Elgee Wilde and she wrote very famous poetry and under the pseudonym Speranza she prose. At Trinity College Wilde was educated for three years in the classics, and there through his style of life and his writing he began to attract the attention of the public. In 1886 Wilde became a practicing homosexual. They believe of Wilde was that the impulse for his writing was his subversion of the Victorian moral code.
He thought that he is a criminal who by creating scandal challenged the society. Wilde was very genius in his work of writing poems. He was entranced by Ruskin and Pater at Oxford more than his classical studies. He wrote many poems related to philosophy and the two most important collections were of fairy tales and from Plato to Kant.
In philosophy the study of Wilde especially his dialectics, influenced The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Critic as Artist and The Decay of Lying. In order to strive for synthesis Wilde countered a thesis with an antithesis, with a friction he would be satisfied if that was impossible to reach, and the change of status quo needed to be changed. Both Pater and Ruskin were known by Wilde equally well, and for them he has had an equal regards. Of course he also knew them personally. But on him the work of Pater and Ruskin exercised an influence. The conflicting ideas of Ruskin and Pater were not reconcile by Wilde. Because it was the thought of Wilde that between Ruskin and Pater there is no conflict. They all three believe in the equal importance of form and all three share an interest in art, but mostly the content express by the form. Wilde lives in France after his release from the prison. In his pretrial style he tried to write a play but he his effort of writing play failed. On November 30, 1900 Wilde died in Paris.
In recommendation I would like to share my ideas about Oscar Wilde. That we should also be inspired from other great celebrities. According to my understanding Wilde had a great love for nature and for his society. His suffering of his life made him a great writer. As he loves someone but she left him then he started to write the poems on love. When he was in jail he wrote much about the males. In a modern popular culture Wilde was an iconic figure. He was not a follower of other writers. All his work and writings were based on his own ideas. This example of Wilder can encourage many young peoples to come in the field of poet, playwright or aesthetes. He was one of the great celebrities; he was very soft hearted as he wrote many poems for the cave of Plato that they must smile.