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Presented by: Josevee Sapphire Cajilig Dagdag CA 3 – World Literature

Biography

in April 1573. 1561 in London.co m/watch?v=PTpoGDnjX uk .  http://www. when he was 11 years old. Cambridge.youtube.Early Life  Born on January 22.  He began attending Trinity College.

Bacon became  In 1603. three years before Viscount St.Counsel and Statesman  Bacon's political career  In 1617 he became the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal took a big leap forward in 1584. his very first offices in England political memorandum.  In 1621. when he composed A  In 1618 he reached the title of Lord Chancelor. . he married heiress Alice Barnham. Bacon was knighted upon James I's ascension to the British throne. Albans. one of Letter of Advice to Queen the highest polotical Elizabeth.

End Days  1621.  He caught a chill while stuffing the chicken with ice.com .000 pounds and sentenced to the Tower of London performed a series of experiments with ice. he died because of pneumonia  Source: biography.  Bacon was tried and found guilty after he confessed. He was fined a hefty 40. 1626.  April 9. he was accused of  In March 1626 accepting bribes and impeached by Parliament for corruption.

Writing Career  1584 – Letter of Advice to  1609 – On the Wisdom     Queen Elizabeth 1592 – speech in honor of the Queen’s coronation 1597 – a collection of essays about politics 1612 and 1625 the collection was expanded and republished 1605 – Advancement of Learning     of the Ancients (an analysis of ancient mythology) 1620 – Novum Organum 1622 – The history of Henry VII 1624 – The New Atlantis and Aphotegms 1627 – Sylva Sylvarium .

Analysis "Reading maketh a full man. conference a ready man. and writing an exact man" .

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What kind of books do you read? Greek Works Classics .

What kind of books do you read? Teen fiction .

What kind of books do you read? Romance School text books and Encyclopedia .

In the Of Studies of Francis Bacon.com . typically by an ancient classical author) Freedictionary. mainly it was composed of aphorisms (pithy observation that contains a general truth. A concise statement of a scientific principle.

.Francis Bacon makes an obsevation on the purposes and effects of studying.

and disposition of business. and for ability. is in discourse. and for ability. for ornament. is in the judgment.STUDIES serve for delight. is in privateness and retiring. . Their chief use for delight. for ornament.

Explanation: “Delight” – reading in order to fulfill one self. (entertainment) “Ornament” – another purpose of studying (or reading) is to add decoration to our speech (for impression “Ability” – studying for exams .

and studies themselves. is affectation.To spend too much time in studies is sloth. and are perfected by experience: for natural abilities are like natural plants. They perfect nature. except they be bounded in by experience. that need proyning. do give forth directions too much at large. to use them too much for ornament. . by study. to make judgment wholly by their rules. is the humor of a scholar.

you study because you want to be praised (arrogance) “to make judgement wholly by their rules” – some are basically judging life through what they read and the laws it provides. What F. . reality and experiences are the basic things that affects our life decisions and judgements.Explanation: “too much studies makes us sloth” – we make use of studies in order to escape other things. Example we go to school (most of the students) in order to escape household chores “too much for ornament” – simply put. Bacon wants us to realize is. everything is not based on the books and other written theories and laws.

Explanation: Too much study may be considered a downfall. Just to do what books tell you to do and nothing else is characteristic of an academic/bookish individual.com . Studymode. as they are counter-balances of one another. learning must also be accompanied by real life experience. Studying alone is insufficient. as the individual studying may be considered by others to be selfindulgent or even lazy if they appear to be studying and not much else.

and wise men use them. .Crafty men condemn studies. simple men admire them. won by observation. for they teach not their own use. and above them. but that is a wisdom without them.

Explanation: In school setting: “Crafty students” – will do the easiest possible thing in order to pass. “Wise students” – use studying. (Valedictorian/Dean’s lister) seeks more knowledge . They know the importance of studying yet they not prioritize it. “Simple students” – average students.

. and some few to be chewed and digested. others to be swallowed.Some books are to be tasted.

and that which is to be read thoroughly with attention and sincerity.Explanation: Three types of literature that are widely available include that which is be read in parts and not spent a lot of time on. Studymode. that which is to be read through and enjoyed.com .

. conference a ready man. and writing an exact man.Reading maketh a full man.

you’re a capable man and ready for the world. While when you fully understand what you read and make it a point to explain it. . you became one of the contributers in the society that touches the mind and decisions of others. you became a full person and your knowledge is increasing. And when you able to write.Explanation: When reading.

yet there are limitations and should always consider other things that affect our decisions – and that’s the experiences. What more could be a great example of this is the Greek philosopher Aristotle (Francis Bacon admires). There are no books in his time but his ideals and knowledge affect the world until now. .Wrapping Up! In general. Of Studies reminds us the importance of study in our life.