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The Importance of Being Earnest is a British-American romantic comedy- drama film directed by Oliver Parker, based on Oscar Wilde's classic comedy of. Ernest Saves Christmas is a American Christmas comedy film directed by John R. Cherry Ernest meets Santa's elves at the airport and they retrieve the reindeer and sleigh from the holding dock. Because they are short on time, Ernest. Ernest in Love is a musical with a book and lyrics by Anne Croswell and music by Lee Pockriss. . When she and Cecily meet for the first time, she declares that she can always recognize a lady and knows immediately that she and Cecily will .

Wilde retained a lifelong interest in Catholic theology and liturgy. He wore his hair long, openly scorned "manly" sports though he occasionally boxed, [21] and decorated his rooms with peacock feathers, lilies, sunflowers, blue china and other objets d'art, once remarking to friends whom he entertained lavishly, "I find it harder and harder every day to live up to my blue china. This attitude resulted in his being rusticated for one term, when he nonchalantly returned to college late from a trip to Greece with Prof.

Pater gave Wilde his sense of almost flippant devotion to art, though it was John Ruskin who gave him a purpose for it. Ruskin admired beauty, but believed it must be allied with, and applied to, moral good. When Wilde eagerly attended Ruskin's lecture series The Aesthetic and Mathematic Schools of Art in Florence, he learned about aesthetics as simply the non-mathematical elements of painting. Despite being given to neither early rising nor manual labour, Wilde volunteered for Ruskin's project to convert a swampy country lane into a smart road neatly edged with flowers.

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Sheppard of the Original Christy Minstrels made it famous and other performers sang it for decades afterwards. She became engaged to Bram Stoker and they married in He had been publishing lyrics and poems in magazines since entering Trinity College, especially in Kottabos and the Dublin University Magazine.

In mid, at 27 years old, Poems collected, revised and expanded his poetic efforts. It was bound in a rich, enamel, parchment cover embossed with gilt blossom and printed on hand-made Dutch paper; Wilde presented many copies to the dignitaries and writers who received him over the next few years. The librarian, who had requested the book for the library, returned the presentation copy to Wilde with a note of apology.

Richard D'Oyly Cartean English impresario, invited Wilde to make a lecture tour of North America, simultaneously priming the pump for the US tour of Patience and selling this most charming aesthete to the American public. Wilde journeyed on the SS Arizonaarriving 2 Januaryand disembarking the following day.

When asked to explain reports that he had paraded down Piccadilly in London carrying a lily, long hair flowing, Wilde replied, "It's not whether I did it or not that's important, but whether people believed I did it". Higginsona cleric and abolitionist, wrote in "Unmanly Manhood" of his general concern that Wilde, "whose only distinction is that he has written a thin volume of very mediocre verse", would improperly influence the behaviour of men and women.

While there he met Robert Sherardwhom he entertained constantly.

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He reportedly entertained the other passengers with " Ave Imperatrix! In Wilde's time this was No. She happened to be visiting Dublin inwhen Wilde was lecturing at the Gaiety Theatre. The couple had two sons, Cyril and Vyvyan Wilde became the sole literary signatory of George Bernard Shaw 's petition for a pardon of the anarchists arrested and later executed after the Haymarket massacre in Chicago in By Richard Ellmann 's account, he was a precocious seventeen-year-old who "so young and yet so knowing, was determined to seduce Wilde".

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Wilde often liked to appear idle, though in fact he worked hard; by the late s he was a father, an editor, and a writer. He enjoyed reviewing and journalism; the form suited his style.

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He could organise and share his views on art, literature and life, yet in a format less tedious than lecturing. Buoyed up, his reviews were largely chatty and positive. When Charles Stewart Parnell was falsely accused of inciting murder Wilde wrote a series of astute columns defending him in the Daily Chronicle. With his youth nearly over, and a family to support, in mid Wilde became the editor of The Lady's World magazine, his name prominently appearing on the cover.

Two pieces of fiction were usually included, one to be read to children, the other for the ladies themselves. Wilde worked hard to solicit good contributions from his wide artistic acquaintance, including those of Lady Wilde and his wife Constance, while his own "Literary and Other Notes" were themselves popular and amusing. Whilst Wilde the journalist supplied articles under the guidance of his editors, Wilde the editor is forced to learn to manipulate the literary marketplace on his own terms.

Wilde published The Happy Prince and Other Tales inand had been regularly writing fairy stories for magazines. The only evidence for this is two supposed puns within the sonnets themselves. By the end of the trip, he came to view Latin America not as collection of separate nations, but as a single entity requiring a continent-wide liberation strategy.

His conception of a borderless, united Hispanic America sharing a common Latino heritage was a theme that recurred prominently during his later revolutionary activities. Upon returning to Argentina, he completed his studies and received his medical degree in Junemaking him officially "Dr.

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Guevara cited these experiences as convincing him that in order to "help these people", he needed to leave the realm of medicine and consider the political arena of armed struggle. In the letter Guevara speaks of traversing the dominion of the United Fruit Companya journey which convinced him that the Company's capitalist system was a terrible one. She introduced Guevara to a number of high-level officials in the Arbenz government. Guevara then established contact with a group of Cuban exiles linked to Fidel Castro through the July 26, attack on the Moncada Barracks in Santiago de Cuba.

During this period, he acquired his famous nickname, due to his frequent use of the Argentine filler syllable che a multi-purpose discourse markerlike the syllable " eh " in Canadian English. On June 27, Arbenz decided to resign. Following the coup, he again volunteered to fight, but soon after, Arbenz took refuge in the Mexican Embassy and told his foreign supporters to leave the country.

Guevara's repeated calls to resist were noted by supporters of the coup, and he was marked for murder. The last Latin American revolutionary democracy — that of Jacobo Arbenz — failed as a result of the cold premeditated aggression carried out by the United States.

Its visible head was the Secretary of State John Foster Dullesa man who, through a rare coincidence, was also a stockholder and attorney for the United Fruit Company. By the time he left, he was sure of this. Hilda later found a poem that Che had dedicated to the old woman, containing "a promise to fight for a better world, for a better life for all the poor and exploited". During a long conversation with Fidel on the night of their first meeting, Guevara concluded that the Cuban's cause was the one for which he had been searching and before daybreak he had signed up as a member of the July 26 Movement.

In this vein, he considered Batista a " U. The key portion of training involved learning hit and run tactics of guerrilla warfare. Guevara and the others underwent arduous hour marches over mountains, across rivers, and through the dense undergrowth, learning and perfecting the procedures of ambush and quick retreat. From the start Guevara was Alberto Bayo's "prize student" among those in training, scoring the highest on all of the tests given. They set out for Cuba on November 25, Attacked by Batista's military soon after landing, many of the 82 men were either killed in the attack or executed upon capture; only 22 found each other afterwards.

With the group withdrawn to the Sierra, the world wondered whether Castro was alive or dead until early when the interview by Herbert Matthews appeared in The New York Times.

The article presented a lasting, almost mythical image for Castro and the guerrillas. Guevara was not present for the interview, but in the coming months he began to realize the importance of the media in their struggle. Meanwhile, as supplies and morale diminished, and with an allergy to mosquito bites which resulted in agonizing walnut-sized cysts on his body, [82] Guevara considered these "the most painful days of the war".

Deserters were punished as traitors, and Guevara was known to send squads to track those seeking to go AWOL. We would have given our life for him. On one occasion Iglesias recounts the time he had been wounded in battle, stating "Che ran out to me, defying the bullets, threw me over his shoulder, and got me out of there.

The guards didn't dare fire at him