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了不起的盖茨比 ).pdf
 

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《了不起的盖茨比》是美国作家F.司各特·菲茨杰拉德的代表作。小说一经出版,一向以苛刻著称的著名诗人兼文艺评论家T.S.艾略特立刻称之为“美国小说自亨利·詹姆斯以来迈出的第一步”。小说以美国一战后纸醉金迷的狂欢为背景,描述了美国梦的幻灭。被美国蓝登书屋评为20世纪百部最佳小说之一,是青年人必读的经典小说。
本书为英语原著版。

作者简介
作者:(美国) 菲茨杰拉德 (F.Scott Fitzgerald)

目录
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9

序言
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。
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文摘
Lester Myer and George Duckweed and Francis Bull. Also from NewYork were the Chromes and the Backhyssons and the Dennickers andRussel Betty and the Corrigans and the Kellehers and the Dewers andthe Scullys and S. W. Belcher and the Smirkes and the young Quinns,divorced now, and Henry L. Palmetto, who killed himself by jumpingin front of a subway train in Times Square.
Benny McClenahan arrived always with four girls. They werenever quite the same ones in physical person, but they were soidentical one with another that it inevitably seemed they had beenthere before. I have forgotten their names——Jaqueline, I think, or, elseConsuela, or Gloria or Judy or June, and their last names were eitherthe melodious names of flowers and months or the sterner ones ofthe great American capitalists whose cousins, if pressed, they wouldconfess themselves to be. In addition to all these I can remember that Faustina O'Br~encame there at least once and the Baedeker girls and young Brewer,who had his nose shot off in the war, and Mr Albrucksburger and MissHaag, his fiancee, and Ardita Fitz-Peters and Mr P. Jewett, once headof the American Legion, and Miss Claudia Hip, with a man reputed tobe her chauffeur, and a prince of something, whom we called Duke,and whose name, if I ever knew it, I have forgotten.
All these people came to Gatsby's house in the summer.
At nine o'clock, one morning late in July, Gatsby's gorgeous carlurched up the rocky drive to my door and gave out a burst of melodyfrom its three-noted horn. It was the first time he had called on me,though I had gone to two of his parties, mounted in his hydroplane,and, at his urgent invitation, made frequent use of his beach.
"Good-morning, old sport. You're having lunch with me todayand I thought we'd ride up together."

编辑推荐
《了不起的盖茨比》是美国作家F.司各特·菲茨杰拉德的代表作。小说一经出版,一向以苛刻著称的著名诗人兼文艺评论家T.S.艾略特立刻称之为“美国小说自亨利·詹姆斯以来迈出的第一步”。小说以美国一战后纸醉金迷的狂欢为背景,描述了美国梦的幻灭。被美国蓝登书屋评为20世纪百部最佳小说之一,是青年人必读的经典小说。
本书为英语原著版。

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