诺桑觉寺.pdf

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《诺桑觉寺(中文导读+英文原版)》是世界文学宝厍中的经典之作,也是十九世纪英国最有影响的经典小说之一。女主人公凯瑟琳是牧师的女儿,陪伴乡绅艾伦夫妇来到疗养地巴斯。在那里凯瑟琳结交了虚情假意的索珀兄妹,并与正直英俊的青年牧师亨利一见钟情。索珀以为凯瑟琳要做艾伦夫妇的财产继承人,便因财“打定主意要娶凯瑟琳为妻”。仅凭索珀的介绍,亨利的父亲蒂尔尼,一位充满金钱和门第观念的将军,误以为凯瑟琳家很富有,于是他竭力怂恿儿子去追求凯瑟琳,并邀请她去他们位于诺桑觉寺的官邸做客,把她视为自家人。后来,索珀追求凯瑟琳的奢望破灭,恼羞成怒的他不但贬损凯瑟琳,而且还把她家说成一贫如洗。气急败坏的蒂尔尼将军把凯瑟琳赶出了家门,并勒令儿子把她忘掉。但是两位青年恋人并没有屈服,他们历经磨难,有情人终成眷属。

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《诺桑觉寺(中文导读+英文原版)》自出版以来,迄今被译成世界上几十种文字。无论作为语言学习的课本,还是作为通俗的文学读本,《诺桑觉寺(中文导读+英文原版)》对当代中国的青少年都将产生积极的影响。为了使读者能够了解英文故事概况,进而提高阅读速度和阅读水平,在每章的开始部分增加了中文导读。

作者简介
作者:(英国)简·奥斯丁 译者:庄妆

简·奥斯丁(1775—1817),英国著名女作家。她20岁左右开始写作,生前匿名出版了四部小说:《理智与情感》(1811)、《傲慢与偏见》(1813)、《曼斯菲尔德庄园》(1814)和《爱玛》(1815)。《诺桑觉寺》和《劝导》是她去世后于1817年出版的。这些小说都已经成为世界文学中的经典。

目录
第一章 Chapter 1
第二章 Chapter 2
第三章 Chapter 3
第四章 Chapter 4
第五章 Chapter 5
第六章 Chapter 6
第七章 Chapter 7
第八章 Chapter 8
第九章 Chapter 9
第十章 Chapter 10
第十一章 Chapter 11
第十二章 Chapter 12
第十三章 Chapter 13
第十四章 Chapter 14
第十五章 Chapter 15
第十六章 Chapter 16
第十七章 Chapter 17
第十八章 Chapter 18
第十九章 Chapter 19
第二十章 Chapter 20
第二十一章 Chapter 21
第二十二章 Chapter 22
第二十三章 Chapter 23
第二十四章 Chapter 24
第二十五章 Chapter 25
第二十六章 Chapter 26
第二十七章 Chapter 27
第二十八章 Chapter 28
第二十九章 Chapter 29
第三十章 Chapter 30
第三十一章 Chapter 31

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The first wish of her heart was to improve her acquaintance with Miss Tilney,and almost her first resolution,to seek her for that purpose,in the Pump—room at noon.In the Pump—room,one so newly arrived in Bath must be met with,and that building she had already found so favourable for the discovery of female excellence,and the completion of female intimacy,so admirably adapted for secret discourses and unlimited confidence,that she was most reasonably encouraged to expect another friend from within its walls.Her plan for the morning thus settled,she sat quietly down to her book after breakfast,resolving to remain in the same place and the same employment till the clock struck one; and from habitude very little incommoded by the remarks and ejaculations of Mrs Allen,whose vacancy ofmind and incapacity for thinking were such,that as she never talked a great deal,so she could never be entirely silent; and therefore,while she sat at her work,if she lost her needle or broke her thread,if she heard a carriage in the street,or saw a speck upon her gown,she must observe it aloud,whether there were anyone at leisure to answer her or not.At about half past welve,a remarkably loud rap drew her in haste to the window,and scarcely had she time to inform Catherine of there being two open carriages at the door,in the first only a servant,her brother driving Miss Thorpe in the second,before John Thorpe came running upstairs,calling out,'Well,Miss Morland,here I am.Have you been waiting long? We could not come before; the old devil of a coachmaker was such an etemity finding out a thing fit to be got into,and now it is ten thousand to one,but they break down before we are out of the street.How do you do,Mrs Allen? A famous ball last night,was not it? Come,Miss Morland,be quick,for the others are in a confounded hurry to be off.They want to get their tumble over.'

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