双城记

出版时间:2009-5  出版社:中国对外翻译  作者:狄更斯  页数:334  
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前言

一部文学史是人类从童真走向成熟的发展史,是一个个文学大师用如椽巨笔记载的人类的心灵史,也是承载人类良知与情感反思的思想史。阅读这些传世的文学名著就是在阅读最鲜活生动的历史,就是在与大师们做跨越时空的思想交流与情感交流,它会使一代代的读者获得心灵的滋养与巨大的审美满足。中国对外翻译出版公司以中外语言学习和中外文化交流为自己的出版方向,向广大读者提供既能提升语言能力,又能滋养心灵的精神大餐是我们的一贯宗旨。尽管随着网络技术和数字出版的发展,读者获得这些作品的途径更加便捷,但是,一本本装帧精美、墨香四溢的图书仍是读书人的最爱。“熟读唐诗三百首,不会做诗也会吟”,汉语学习如此,外语学习尤其如此。要想彻底学好一种语言,必须有大量的阅读。这不仅可以熟能生巧地掌握其语言技能,也可了解一种语言所承载的独特文化。“中译经典文库?世界文学名著(英语原著版)”便是这样一套必将使读者受益终生的读物。

内容概要

  《双城记》是世界最伟大的批判现实主义杰作之一,也是英国文豪狄更斯作品中故事情节最曲折惊险、最惊心动魄的小说之一。小说以18世纪的法国大革命为背景,故事中将巴黎、伦敦两个大城市连结起来,叙述梅尼特医生一家充满了爱与冒险的遭遇,中间穿插了贵族的残暴、人民的愤怒、审判间谍…… 《双城记(世界文学名著英语原著版)》为英语原著版。

作者简介

作者:(英国) 狄更斯 (Dickens C.)

书籍目录

Book the First: Recalled to LifeChapter 1 The PeriodChapter 2 The MailChapter 3 The Night ShadowsChapter 4 The PreparationChapter 5 The Wine ShopChapter 6 The ShoemakerBook the Second: The Golden ThreadChapter 1 Five Years LaterChapter 2 ASightChapter 3 A DisappointmentChapter 4 CongratulatoryChapter 5 The JackalChapter 6 Hundreds of PeopleChapter 7 Monseigneur in TownChapter 8 Monseigneur in the CountryChapter 9 The Gorgon's HeadChapter 10 Two PromisesChapter 11 A Companion PictureChapter 12 The Fellow of DelicacyChapter 13 The Fellow of No DelicacyChapter 14 The Honest TradesmanChapter 15 KnittingChapter 16 Still knittingChapter 17 One NightChapter 18 Nine DaysChapter 19 An OpinionChapter 20 A PleaChapter 21 Echoing FootstepsChapter 22 The Sea Still RisesChapter 23 Fire RisesChapter 24 Drawn to the Loadstone RockBook the Third: The Track of a StormChapter 1 In SecretChapter 2 The GrindstoneChapter 3 The ShadowChapter 4 Calm in StormChapter 5 The Wood-sawyerChapter 6 TriumphChapter 7 A Knock at the DoorChapter 8 A Hand of CardsChapter 9 The Game MadeChapter 10 The Substance of the ShadowChapter 11 DuskChapter 12 DarknessChapter 13 Fifty-twoChapter 14 The Knitting DoneChapter 15 The Footsteps Die Out for Ever

章节摘录

"And I have no doubt," said Mr. Lorry, "that I was right in theconversation we had. My opinion is confirmed, and I reiterate my advice.""I assure you," returned Mr. Stryver, in the friendliest way, "that I amsorry for it on your account, and sorry for it on the poor father's account. Iknow this must always be a sore subject with the family; let us say no moreabout it.""I don't understand you," said Mr Lorry."I dare say not," rejoined Stryver, nodding his head in a smoothing andfinal way; no matter, no matter.""But it does matter," Mr. Lorry urged."No it doesn't; I assure you it doesn't. Having supposed that there wassense where there is no sense, and a laudable ambition where there is not alaudable ambition, I am well out of my mistake, and no harm is done. Youngwomen have committed similar follies often before, and have repentedthem in poverty and obscurity often before. In an unselfish aspect, I amsorry that the thing is dropped, because it would have been a bad thing forme in a worldly point of view; in a selfish aspect, I am glad that the thinghas dropped, because it would have been a bad thing for me in a worldlypoint of view——it is hardly necessary to say I could have gained nothingby it. There is no harm at all done. I have not proposed to the young lady,and, between ourselves, I am by no means certain, on reflection, that I evershould have committed myself to that extent. Mr. Lorry, you cannot controlthe mincing vanities and giddinesses of emptyheaded girls; you must notexpect to do it, or you will always be disappointed.Now, pray say no more about it. I tell you, I regret it on account ofothers, but I am satisfied on my own account. And I am really very muchobliged to you for allowing me to sound you, and for giving me youradvice; you know the young lady better than I do; you were right, it neverwould have done.Mr. Lorry was so taken aback, that he looked quite stupidly at Mr.Stryver shouldering him towards the door, with an appearance of showeringgenerosity, forbearance, and goodwill, on his erring head. "Make the bestof it, my dear sir," said Stryver; "say no more about it; thank you again forallowing me to sound you; good night!" Mr. Lorry was out in the night,before he knew where he was. Mr. Stryver was lying back on his sofa,winking at his Ceiling.

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