字里行间英文经典:红与黑.pdf

字里行间英文经典:红与黑.pdf
 

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现代小说之父司汤达代表作
欧洲批判现实主义文学奠基之作
海明威列为必读书 毛姆称为真正的杰作
被《纽约时报》和《读者文摘》评为世界十大名著之一
读英文经典 品经典英文
最佳的文学经典读物 最好的语言学习读本

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活过、爱过、写过。
——司汤达墓志铭

《红与黑》是我平生最受益的书籍。
——纪德

司汤达的《红与黑》中的于连是19世纪欧洲文学中一系列反叛资本社会主义的英雄人物的“始祖”。
——高尔基

小说以深刻细腻的笔调充分展示了主人公的心灵空间,广泛运用了独白和自由联想等多种艺术手法挖掘出了于连深层意识的活动,并开创了后世“意识流小说”、“心理小说”的先河,是一首“灵魂的哲学诗”。
——《外国文学史》

作者简介
司汤达(1783—1842),19世纪法国杰出的批判现实主义作家。他的一生不到六十年,并且在文学上的起步很晚,三十几岁才开始发表作品。然而,他却给人类留下了巨大的精神遗产,包括数部长篇,数十个短篇故事,数百万字的文论、随笔和散文、游记。 他以准确的人物心理分析和凝练的笔法而闻名,被誉为最重要和最早的现实主义实践者之一,代表作有《红与黑》《巴马修道院》。

目录
CONTENTS

BOOK ONE… ………………………………………………………… 1
CHAPTER 1 A Small Town……………………………………………… 3
CHAPTER 2 A Mayor…………………………………………………… 7
CHAPTER 3 The Bread of the Poor… ………………………………… 10
CHAPTER 4 Father and Son… ………………………………………… 15
CHAPTER 5 Driving a Bargain………………………………………… 19
CHAPTER 6 Dullness…………………………………………………… 26
CHAPTER 7 Elective Affinities………………………………………… 33
CHAPTER 8 Minor Events……………………………………………… 43
CHAPTER 9 An Evening in the Country… …………………………… 50
CHAPTER 10 A Large Heart and a Small Fortune……………………… 58
CHAPTER 11 Night Thoughts… ……………………………………… 61
CHAPTER 12 A Journey………………………………………………… 66
CHAPTER 13 Open-work Stockings…………………………………… 72
CHAPTER 14 The English Scissors… ………………………………… 77
CHAPTER 15 Cock-crow… …………………………………………… 80
CHAPTER 16 The Day After…………………………………………… 84
CHAPTER 17 The Principal Deputy… ………………………………… 88
CHAPTER 18 A King at Verrieres… …………………………………… 93
CHAPTER 19 To Think Is to Be Full of Sorrow……………………… 105
CHAPTER 20 The Anonymous Letters… …………………………… 113
CHAPTER 21 Conversation with a Lord and Master………………… 117
CHAPTER 22 Manners and Customs in 1830… …………………… 129
CHAPTER 23 The Sorrows of an Official…………………………… 140
CHAPTER 24 A Capital……………………………………………… 153
CHAPTER 25 The Seminary… ……………………………………… 160
CHAPTER 26 The World, or What the Rich Lack…………………… 167
CHAPTER 27 First Experience of Life… …………………………… 176
CHAPTER 28 A Procession………………………………………… 180
CHAPTER 29 The First Step… ……………………………………… 187
CHAPTER 30 Ambition……………………………………………… 201

BOOK TWO……………………………………………… 217
CHAPTER 1 Country Pleasures……………………………………… 219
CHAPTER 2 First Appearance in Society… ………………………… 229
CHAPTER 3 First Steps……………………………………………… 236
CHAPTER 4 The Hotel de La Mole… ……………………………… 239
CHAPTER 5 Sensibility and a Pious Lady…………………………… 250
CHAPTER 6 Pronunciation…………………………………………… 253
CHAPTER 7 An Attack of Gout……………………………………… 259
CHAPTER 8 What Is the Decoration That Confers Distinction?… … 266
CHAPTER 9 The Ball………………………………………………… 275
CHAPTER 10 Queen Marguerite… ………………………………… 283
CHAPTER 11 The Tyranny of a Girl… ……………………………… 290
CHAPTER 12. Another Danton… …………………………………… 294
CHAPTER 13 A Plot… ……………………………………………… 299
CHAPTER 14 A Girl’s Thoughts……………………………………… 307
CHAPTER 15 Is It a Plot?… ………………………………………… 313
CHAPTER 16 One O’clock in the Morning… ……………………… 318
CHAPTER 17 An Old Sword………………………………………… 324
CHAPTER 18 Painful Moments……………………………………… 329
CHAPTER 19 The Opera-Bouffe… ………………………………… 334
CHAPTER 20 The Japanese Vase… ………………………………… 343
CHAPTER 21 The Secret Note… …………………………………… 349
CHAPTER 22 The Discussion………………………………………… 354
CHAPTER 23 The Clergy, Their Forests, Liberty… ………………… 361
CHAPTER 24 Strasbourg… ………………………………………… 369
CHAPTER 25 The Office of Virtue…………………………………… 375
CHAPTER 26 Moral Love…………………………………………… 382
CHAPTER 27 The Best Positions in the Church……………………… 386
CHAPTER 28 Manon Lescaut………………………………………… 389
CHAPTER 29 Boredom……………………………………………… 393
CHAPTER 30 A Box at the Bouffes… ……………………………… 396
CHAPTER 31 Making Her Afraid… ………………………………… 400
CHAPTER 32 The Tiger……………………………………………… 405
CHAPTER 33 The Torment of the Weak……………………………… 410
CHAPTER 34 A Man of Spirit… …………………………………… 415
CHAPTER 35 A Storm… …………………………………………… 421
CHAPTER 36 Painful Details………………………………………… 426
CHAPTER 37 A Dungeon… ………………………………………… 433
CHAPTER 38 A Man of Power… …………………………………… 437
CHAPTER 39 Intrigue………………………………………………… 443
CHAPTER 40 Tranquillity…………………………………………… 447
CHAPTER 41 The Trial… …………………………………………… 451
CHAPTER 42 In the Prison…………………………………………… 457
CHAPTER 43 Last Adieux…………………………………………… 462
CHAPTER 44 The Shadow of the Guillotine………………………… 467
CHAPTER 45 Exit Julien… ………………………………………… 474

TO THE HAPPY FEW… ……………………………………………… 480

文摘
The small town of Verrieres may be regarded as one of the most attractive in the Franche-Comte. Its white houses with their high pitched roofs of red tiles are spread over the slope of a hill, the slightest contours of which are indicated by clumps of sturdy chestnuts. The Doubs runs some hundreds of feet below its fortifications, built in times past by the Spaniards, and now in ruins.
Verrieres is sheltered on the north by a high mountain, a spur of the Jura. The jagged peaks of the Verra put on a mantle of snow in the first cold days of October. A torrent which comes tearing down from the mountain passes through Verrieres before emptying its waters into the Doubs, and supplies power to a great number of sawmills; this is an extremely simple industry, and procures a certain degree of comfort for the majority of the inhabitants, who are of the peasant rather than of the burgess class. It is not, however, the sawmills that have made this little town rich. It is to the manufacture of printed calicoes, known as Mulhouse stuffs, that it owes the general prosperity which, since the fall of Napoleon, has led to the refacing of almost all the houses in Verrieres.
No sooner has one entered the town than one is startled by the din of a noisy machine of terrifying aspect. A score of weighty hammers, falling with a clang which makes the pavement tremble, are raised aloft by a wheel which the water of the torrent sets in motion. Each of these hammers turns out, daily, I cannot say how many thousands of nails. A bevy of fresh, pretty girls subject to the blows of these enormous hammers, the little scraps of iron which are rapidly transformed into nails. This work, so rough to the outward eye, is one of the industries that most astonish the traveler who ventures for the first time among the mountains that divide France from Switzerland. If, on entering Verrieres, the traveller inquires to whom belongs that fine nail factory which deafens everybody who passes up the main street, he will be told in a drawling accent: “Eh! It belongs to the Mayor.”
Provided the traveller halts for a few moments in this main street of Verrieres, which runs from the bank of the Doubs nearly to the summit of the hill, it is a hundred to one that he will see a tall man appear, with a busy, important air.
At the sight of him every hat is quickly raised. His hair is turning grey, and he is dressed in grey. He is a companion of several Knight Orders, has a high forehead, an aquiline nose, and on the whole his face is not wanting in a certain regularity: indeed, the first impression formed of it may be that it combines with the dignity of a village mayor that sort of charm which may still be found in a man of forty-eight or fifty. But soon the visitor from Paris is annoyed by a certain air of self-satisfaction and self-sufficiency mingled with a suggestion of limitations and want of originality. One feels, finally, that this man’s talent is confined to securing the exact payment of whatever is owed to him and to postponing payment till the last possible moment when he is the debtor.

内容简介
《红与黑》是法国著名作家、“现代小说之父”司汤达的长篇小说,被誉为“灵魂的哲学诗”,是19世纪法国第一部重要的现实主义杰作,也是文学史上描写政治黑暗最经典的著作之一,并开创了后世“意识流小说”、“心理小说”的先河,对19世纪欧洲文学产生了深远的影响。小说出版180多年来,被译成多种文字广为流传,并被多次改编为戏剧、电影,美国作家海明威列为必读书,英国小说家毛姆称之为真正的杰作,1986年法国《读书》杂志推荐为理想藏书。小说叙述了主人公于连的追求、奋斗和失败,塑造的于连这一经典形象已成为个人奋斗的野心家的代名词,是19世纪欧洲文学中一系列反叛资本主义社会的英雄人物的“始祖”。本书为纯英文版。

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