林语堂英文作品集:中国的智慧.pdf

林语堂英文作品集:中国的智慧.pdf
 

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《中国的智慧:林语堂英文作品集》:林语堂英文作品集

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虽然他讲的是数十年前中国的精彩,但他的话,即使在今天,对我们每一个美国人都很受用。
——美国总统布什

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读林先生的书使人得到很大启发。我非常感激他,因为他的书使我大开眼界。只有一位优秀的中国人才能这样坦诚、信实而又毫不偏颇地论述他的同胞。
——《纽约时报》星期日书评

作者简介
林语堂,1895年10月10日生于福建漳州,乳名和乐,名玉堂,后改语堂。22岁获上海圣约翰大学学士学位,27岁获美国哈佛大学比较文学硕士学位,29岁获德国莱比锡大学语言学博士学位,同年回国,先后执教于北京大学、北京师范大学、厦门大学和上海东吴大学。1936年后居住美国,此后主要用英文写作。1966年回国。定居台湾。1967年受聘为香港中文大学研究教授。1975年荣任国际笔会副会长。1976年3月26日病逝于香港,葬于台北阳明山故居。林语堂用英文创作和翻译的一系列经典作品影响深远,奠定了他在国际文坛上的重要地位。

目录
FOREWORD
INTRODUCTON

CHINESE MYSTICISM
Laotse, the Book of Tao
Introduction
The Principles of Tao
The Application of Tao

Chuangtse, Mystic and Humorist
Introduction
A Happy Excursion
On Leveling All Things
The Preservation of Life
This Human World
Deformities, or Evidences of a Full Character
The Great Supreme
Joined Toes
Horses' Hoofs
Opening Trunks, or a Protest Against Civilization
On Tolerance
Autumn Floods

CHINESE DEMOCRACY
The Book of History, Documents of Chinese Democracy
Introduction
The Canon of Yao
The Counsels of the Great Yu
The Counsels of Kao-Yao
The Songs of the Five Sons
The Announcement of Tang
T'ai Chia
The Common Possession of Pure Virtue
The Charge to Yueh
The Great Declaration
The Metal-Bound Coffer
The Announcement of the Duke of Shao
The Speech of (the Marquis of) Ch'in

Mencius, the Democratic Philosopher
Introduction
Mencius, the Democratic Philosopher

Motse, The Religious Teacher
Introduction
On the Necessity of Standards
On the Importance of a Common Standard (Ⅲ)
Universal Love (Ⅱ)
Universal Love (Ⅲ)
Condemnation of Offensive War (Ⅰ)
Condemnation of Offensive War (Ⅱ)
Condemnation of Offensive War (Ⅲ)
The Will of Heaven (Ⅰ)
The Will of Heaven (Ⅱ)
The Will of Heaven (Ⅲ)
Anti-Confucianism (Ⅱ)
Keng Chu

THE MIDDLE WAY
The Aphorisms of Confucius
Introduction
Description of Confucius by Himself and Others
The Emotional and Artistic Life of Confucius
The Conversational Style
The Johnsonian Touch
Wit and Wisdom
Humanism and True Manhood
The Superior Man and the Inferior Man
The Mean as the Ideal Character and Types of Persons that Confucius Hated
Government
On Education, Ritual and Poetry
The Golden Mean of Tsesze
Introduction
The Central Harmony

The Golden Mean
Moral Law Everywhere
The Humanistic Standard
Certain Models
Ethics and Politics
Being One's True Self
Those Who Are Absolute True Selves
Eulogy on Confucius
Epilogue

CHINESE POETRY
Introduction
Some Great Ancient Lyrics
Ch'u Yuan
Li Po
The Tale of Meng Chiang
The Mortal Thoughts of a Nun

SKETCHES OF CHINESE LIFE
Chinese Tales
Introduction
The Judgment Between Two Mothers
The Judgment on a Dispute
The Chinese Cinderella
The Tale of Ch'ienniang
The Man Who Sold Ghosts
It's Wonderful to Be Drunk
It's Good to Be Headless
The Brothers' Search for Their Father
The Private History of Queen Feiyen

Six Chapters of a Floating Life
Introduction
Wedded Bliss
The Little Pleasures of Life
Sorrow
The Joys of Travel
Experience (missing)
The Way of Life (missing)

CHINESE WIT AND WISDOM
Parables of Ancient Philosophers
Introduction
The Man Who Spurned the Machine
Do-Nothing Say-Nothing
The Concealed Deer
The Man Who Forgot
Chi Liang's Physicians
Honest Shangch'iu K'ai
The Man Who Worried About Heaven
The Old Man Who Would Move Mountains
Confucius and the Children
The Man Who Saw Only Gold
Looks Like a Thief
Measurements for Shoes
King Huan Lost His Hat
How the Tongue Survived the Teeth
The Owl and the Quail
The Tiger and the Fox
The Crane and the Clam
The Blind Man's Idea of the Sun
Family Letters of a Chinese Poet
Introduction
Family Letters of a Chinese Poet
The Epigrams of Lusin
Introduction
The Epigrams of Lusin
One Hundred Proverbs
Introduction
One Hundred Proverbs
THE PRONUNCIATION OF CHINESE NAMES
WADE-GILES TO PINYIN CONVERSION TABLE
ENGLISH WORKS BY LIN YUTANG

文摘
The Dictionary, which Father called the crowning achievement of hiscareer, was published in October 1972 with great fanfare. It was the firstChinese-English dictionary ever compiled by a Chinese scholar. The New TorkTimes hailed it as "a milestone in communication between the world's largestlinguistic groups."
On his 8oth birthday, October 10, 1975, friends in Hong Kong organizeda big celebration. An even bigger celebration was organized in Taipei. WhenI met my parents at the Hong Kong airport upon their return, Father's eyesshone with gladness. His cup was full. The only honor that he wanted and hadnot received was the Nobel Prize. But he was his philosophical self about it. "Letus be reasonable," he once said. "We must have an attitude of expecting neithertoo much nor too little from life."
Father passed away in Hong Kong on March 26 the following year. Amongthe many tributes he received was one by the Reader's Digest's founder, DeWittWallace. Wallace published a memorial booklet of Father's writing that hadappeared over the years in the magazine. It was dedicated to the memory of "anevocative spirit of vast range and accomplishment——this man for all cultureswho so enriched our lives. He considered his dictionary to be the 'crown' of hiscareer. To anyone who reads his works, it will be apparent that Lin Yutang'scrown had many jewels in it."
The United Daily News of Taiwan compared Father's achievements inintroducing Chinese culture to the West with that of Jesuit missionary MatteoRicci. In an editorial, the China Times of Taiwan said, "Dr. Lin is the scholarand writer who possibly made the greatest contribution in promoting Chineseculture internationally in the recent 100 years. For some in the West whowere not well-informed, they heard about Lin Yutang before they heard aboutChina, and heard about China before they heard about the glory of Chinesecivilization."

内容简介
《中国的智慧:林语堂英文作品集》内容简介:林语堂的作品如同他的一生,孜孜地向世界解说中国,向祖国表达赤忱。作为用英语创作的一位中国作家,他向西方介绍中国文化的系列作品影响深远,被视作阐述东方思想的重要著述。此次结集的“林语堂英文作品集”,除保留外研社曾出版的《吾国与吾民》、《生活的艺术》、《浮生六记》和《京华烟云》等代表作品外,还收录了《风声鹤唳》、《老子的智慧》和《武则天传》等十余部颇具影响的原版著作。如此规模的林语堂英文作品在国内出版尚属首次,包括其中几种是首次以英文原貌在国内面世,极富收藏价值。此外,为了更好地介绍和呈现林语堂及其作品,还从台北林语堂故居和漳州林语堂纪念馆等地采集珍贵图片,如林语堂生平不同时期的独照、与亲友的合影、部分手稿和初版封面的存照等,以飨读者。

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