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这是英国玄学派代表诗人john donne的一首十四行诗,多恩长于各种出人意表的思考,将一般认为无法关联的两个事物联系在一起,表达自己的独特观点,最著名的当属《跳蚤一诗在本诗《死神莫骄傲中,作者发挥了人们对于死亡的“休息、睡觉”的隐喻性联想,认为死神并不是一般认为的那样神通广大(当然这里也有一点基督教的死亡与永生的辩),照钱锺书先生的文论观点,这首诗在结尾时使用了冤亲词(paradox)的修辞方式Death Be Not Proud死神,你莫骄傲John Donne约翰-多恩Death be not proud, though some have called thee死神,你莫骄傲,尽管有人说你Mighty and dful, , thou art not so,如何强大,如何可怕,你并不是这样;, those, whom thou thinkt, thou dost overthrow,你以为你把谁谁谁打倒了,其实,Die not, poor death, nor yet canst thou kill me;可怜的死神,他们没死;你现在也还杀不死我From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures be,休息、睡眠,这些不过是你的写照,Much pleasure, then from thee, much more must flow,既能给人享受,那你本人提供的一定更多;And soonest our best men with thee do go,我们最美好的人随你去得越早,Rest of their bones, and soul delivery.越能早日获得身体的休息,灵魂的解脱Thou art slave to fate, chance, kings, and desperate men,你是命运、机会、君主、亡命徒的奴隶,And dost with poison, war, and sickness dwell,你和毒药、战争、疾病同住在一起,And poppy, or charms can make us sleep as well,罂粟和咒符和你的打击相比,同样,And better than thy stroak;why swellt thou then?甚至更能催我入睡;那你何必趾高气扬呢?One short sleep past, we wake eternally,睡了一小觉之后,我们便永远觉醒了,And death shall be no more; Death, thou shalt die.再也不会有死亡,你死神也将死去 38Every color has a meaning. And as you choose a color, you might like to remember that it's saying something. We've said that red is lovable. Green, on the other hand, stands hope; it is tranquil. Pink is romantic, while brown is serious. White is an easy one—white is pure. Orange is generous. Violet is mysterious, turquoise is strong and blue is definitely feminine.—Can I see Zulu on Sunday?—I'm not sure.—Do you like football?—Yes, very much.—Would you like to go to a match on the 18th of December?—I'd like to see Coming Home at the Royal Theatre.—What a good idea! Do you know what time it starts?—I think it starts at 8 pm.—Tomorrow is the third of December. It's my birthday and I'm going to the George and Dragon. Would you like to come?—To celebrate your birthday? Of course I would. What group's playing?—The Riverside Stompers, I think.—I like organ music. Do you know where I can hear a recital?—Try St. Mary's Church. I know they have a beautiful organ.—I'd like to go to a recital on the th of December, but I'm working from ten to four. Do you know what time the recital begins?—Sorry, I'm afraid I don't. Why don't you look at your "What's on"?1st Student: Well, first of all, I'm intending to have a good holiday abroad, just traveling round Europe, and then when I get tired of traveling I'm going to—well, come back and start looking a job. I haven't quite decided yet what job, but I'm probably going to try and get a job in advertising of some kind.nd Student: Well, eventually I'm planning to open my own restaurant. Only I haven't got enough money to do that at the moment, of course, so I've decided to get a temporary job a year or so, and I'm going to work really hard and try and save as much money as possible. Actually, I'm thinking of working as a waiter, or some job in a restaurant anyway ...Male Voice: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the Victoria Hall our annual presentation of the Nurse of the Year Award. First I'd like to introduce Dame Alice Thornton. Dame Alice is now retired after more than ty years of dedicated service to the public and the nursing profession. Dame Alice Thornton.Male Voice: Dame Alice, you were the first nurse of the year. That was thirty years ago. Would you now announce this year's winner?Dame Alice: Good evening. It gives me great pleasure to introduce our nurse of the year, Miss Helen Taylor.Dame Alice: Miss Taylor, you have been awarded this prize as a result of recommendations from your senior officers, your colleagues and the parents of the children you nurse. Here are some of the recommendations: 'efficient but patient', 'helpful and happy', 'strict but caring', 'human and interested'. These are the greatest recommendations any nurse could receive. I congratulate you!Jerry: Could I speak to you a few minutes, Mr. Sherwin?Sherwin: I'm very busy at the moment. Can't it wait until tomorrow?Jerry: Uh, ... well, it's rather urgent. And it won't take long.Sherwin: Oh, all right, then. What is it?Jerry: It's a personal matter. Uh, you see, my wife is ill and has to go into hospital.Sherwin: Sorry to hear that. But why do you want to talk to me about it?Jerry: Because ... because we have a baby and there's nobody to look after her while she's in hospital.Sherwin: Who? Your wife?Jerry: No, no. My daughter.Sherwin: Oh, I see. But I still don't understand what all this has to do with me.Jerry: But that's what I'm trying to explain. I'd like to stay at home a few days.Sherwin: But why?Jerry: To look after my daughter, of course.Sherwin: I thought you said she was going to hospital. They'll look after her there, won't they?Jerry: No, no, no! It's my wife who's going to hospital! Not my daughter.Sherwin: Really? I thought you said it was your daughter. You are not explaining this very well.Here is an alternative dialogue between Jerry and Mr. Sherwin. Listen.Jerry: Uh ... excuse me, Mr. Sherwin, but I was wondering if I could speak to you a few minutes.Sherwin: Well, I'm rather busy at the moment, Jerry. Is it urgent?Jerry: Uh, yes, I ... I'm afraid it is. It's a personal matter.Sherwin: Oh, well, then, we'd better discuss it now. Sit down.Jerry: Thank you. Uh ... you see, it's about my wife. She ... uh ... well ... she ...Sherwin: Yes, go on, Jerry. I'm listening.Jerry: She's ill and has to go to hospital tomorrow. But we have a young baby, you know.Sherwin: Yes, I know that, Jerry. You must be rather worried. Is it anything serious? Your wife's illness, I mean?Jerry: The doctors say it's just a minor operation. But it has to be done as soon as possible. And ... well ... the problem is my daughter. The baby. That's the problem.Sherwin: In what way, Jerry? I'm not quite sure if I understand.Jerry: Well, as I said, my wife'll be in hospital several days, so there's nobody to look after her.Sherwin: You mean, nobody to look after your daughter, is that it?Jerry: Yes, exactly. Both our parents live rather far away, and ...and that's why I'd like to have a few days off. From tomorrow.Sherwin: I see. I think I understand now. You need a few days off to look after your daughter while your wife is in hospital.Jerry: Yes, yes. That's it. I'm not explaining this very well.Sherwin: No, no. On the contrary. I just want to be sure I understand completely. That's all.Jerry: Will ... will that be all right?Sherwin: Yes, I'm sure it will, Jerry. All I want to do now is make sure that there's someone to cover you while you're away. Uh ... how long did you say you'll need?Jerry: Just a few days. She ... my wife, I mean ... should be out of hospital by next Thursday, so I can be back on Friday.Sherwin: Well, perhaps you'd better stay at home on Friday, as well. Just to give your wife a few extra days to rest after the operation.Jerry: That's very kind of you, Mr. Sherwin.Sherwin: Don't mention it.Landlady: 7 7.Student: Hello. Is that Mrs. Davies?Landlady: Speaking.Student: Good afternoon. My name's Stephen Brent. I was given your address by the student accommodation agency. I understand you have a room to let.Landlady: Yes, that's right. I've just got one room still vacant. It's an attic room, on the second floor. It's rather small, but I'm sure you'll find it's very comtable.Student: I see. And how much do you charge it?Landlady: The rent's twenty-five pounds a week. That includes electricity, but not gas.Student: Has the room got central heating?Landlady: No, it's got a gas fire which keeps the room very warm.Student: I see ... And what about furniture? It is furnished, isn't it?Landlady: Oh yes ... Er ... There's a divan bed in the corner with a new mattress on it. Er ... Let me see ... There's a small wardrobe, an armchair, a coffee table, a bookshelf ...Student: Is there a desk?Landlady: Yes, there's one under the window. It's got plenty of drawers and there's a lamp on it.Student: Oh good ... Is there a washbasin in the room?Landlady: No, I'm afraid there isn't a washbasin. But there's a bathroom just across the corridor, and that's got a washbasin and a shower as well as a bath. You share the bathroom with the people in the other rooms. The toilet is separate, but untunately it's on the floor below.Student: Oh, that's all right. ... What about cooking? Can I cook my own meals?Landlady: Well, there's a little kitchenette next to your room. It hasn't got a proper cooker in it, but there's a gas ring and an electric kettle by the sink. I find my students prefer to eat at the university.Student: I see. And is the room fairly quiet?Landlady: Oh yes. It's at the back of the house. It looks onto the garden and it faces south, so it's bright and sunny, too. It's very attractive, really. And it's just under the roof, so it's got a low, sloping ceiling. Would you like to come and see it? I'll be in the rest of the day.Student: Yes, I'm very interested. It sounds like the kind of room I'm looking . Can you tell me how to get there?Landlady: Oh, it's very easy. The house is only five minutes' walk from Finchley Road tube station. Turn right outside the station, and then it's the third street on the left. You can't miss it. It's got the number on the gate. It's exactly opposite the cemetery. Frankly, I've been delighted. As you know, I decided to give it up ten years ago. I put them all in the attic—all fifty or sixty of them—to gather dust, and got about them. Then I just happened to meet him one day in a bar, entirely by chance, and we got talking about this and that, and, well—to cut a long story short—he went to have a look at them, and this is the result. It's two weeks. And it's devoted entirely to my work. Doing very well, too, as you can see from the little tickets on about half of them. You know, now that they're hanging on the wall like this, with all the clever lighting, and glossy catalogue, and the smart people, they really don't seem anything to do with me. It's a bit like seeing old friends in new circumstances where they fit and you don't. Now, you see her? She's aly bought three. Heard her saying one day she's 'dying to meet the man'. Afraid she'd be very disappointed if she did. Interesting, though, some of the things you overhear. Some know something about it. Others know nothing and admit it. Others know nothing and don't. By the way, I heard someone say the other day that the 'Portrait of a Woman' reminded her of you, you know. So you see, you're not only very famous, but—as I keep on telling you—you haven't changed a bit. Ours is a very expensive perfume. When people see it or hear the name we want them to think of luxury. There are many ways to do this. You show a woman in a fur coat, in a silk evening dress, maybe covered in diamonds. You can show an expensive car, an expensive restaurant, or a man in a tuxedo. We decided to do something different. We show a beautiful woman, simply but elegantly dressed, beside a series of paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, and it works. Because she is wearing the perfume, and because she is next to expensive and beautiful paintings, our perfume must be beautiful and expensive too. It does work. 196胡适(1891..—196..),汉族,安徽绩溪人现代著名学者、诗人、历史家、文学家、哲学家因提倡文学革命而成为新文化运动的领袖之一原名嗣穈,学名洪骍,字希疆,后改名胡适,字适之,笔名天风、藏晖等,其中,适与适之之名与字,乃取自当时盛行的达尔文学说“物竞天择适者生存”典故胡适深受赫胥黎与约翰·杜威的影响,自称赫胥黎教他怎样怀疑,杜威先生教他怎样思想胡适毕生宣扬自由主义,提倡怀疑主义,并以《新青年月刊为阵地,宣传民主、科学才能救中国,毕生倡言“大胆地假设,小心地求”、“言必有”的治学方法Dream and Poetry — Hu Shi梦与诗——胡适It all ordinary experience,都是平常经验,All ordinary images.都是平常影像,By chance they emerge in a dream,偶然涌到梦中来,Turning out infinite new patterns.变幻出多少新奇花样!It all ordinary feelings,都是平常情感,All ordinary words.都是平常言语,By chance they encounter a poet, 偶然碰着个诗人,Turning out infinite new verses.变幻出多少新奇诗句!Once intoxicated, one learns the strength of wine,醉过才知酒浓,Once smitten, one learns the power of love爱过才知情重;You cannot write my poems你不能做我的诗,Just as I cannot dream your dreams.正如我不能做你的梦

When A. G. Bell first invented the telephone, it was a communication tool.Little did he know that he had created an object of emotional significance.You know those cute toy telephones with colorful push buttons that make happy noises.Those plastic imitations are supposed to let little Junior copy parental behavior,but little Junior wants the real thing. He wants to hold, bang, push,chew on and talk into the real telephone. You cannot simply buy him off with a little baby toy.Then little Junior grows up. He is busy, successful and important.Or at least he hopes to appear so.What better way to feel like a top man than to close a business deal over his cell phone while grabbing his morning cup of Espresso at Starbucks.There is also that fashionable lady at the cafe. her little cell phone in its designer jacket has beeped at least three times, signaling her popularity.Each time, she seemed to enjoy an intimate conversation spiced with little private jokes while you waited in vain that cellular beep to announce to the world your importance.Admittedly, not everyone declares social status or personal popularity through the telephone. many, telephones are practical tools accessing family, friends and business associates.There are also a few like me who d the phone.In my youth, I had believed that the more calls I received, the more important and popular I was.Now older,busier and hopefully wiser, there is nothing I detest more than telephone calls.I had beautiful dreams shattered by the shrill summons of the phone,hard-earned coffee breaks dissolved by friendly but unwanted interruptionsand even urgent bathroom runs painfully delayed. Having been haunted and hounded by the telephone many years,I can now ignore its insistent jangle.In fact, I can even with a clear conscience flick the receiver off its hook and slip into blissful dreamland. 35878

原创朗读:MrPan What is Love? The eternal question we all carry around deep within our heart.爱是什么?这是所有人心底一个永恒的问题Love is the eternal search. Love is eternal when we find it.爱,是永恒的寻觅爱一旦被找到,它也将变为永恒But do we really ever find it?但是我们真的找到过爱吗?When we define it do we negate it?当我们定义爱的同时,是否也在否定爱呢?When we set limits on what we believe to be love, do we begin to destroy it by hoping to understand or own it ourselves?在给我们所认为的爱加种种限制的同时,我们试图自己的方式理解它,或想将其据为己有时,我们是否也在破坏它呢?We offer it through all of our relationship, we vary our giving often by what we hope to receive in return. But is this really love?我们将爱施与周围的所有人,而如何给予是由期望的回报来决定的但这是真正的爱吗?I recently overheard someone say in a conversation that there is no such thing as ;unconditional love.;最近,我无意间听别人说,世上没有所谓的“无条件的爱”I would have to agree, although different reasons.在此,我不得不表示同意这一论断,尽管理由不尽相同Love within itself is unconditional. Anything else is only an attempt to love, a learning to get us nearer to the one true knowing of love.爱本身确是无条件的其他一切都仅仅是爱的一种尝试,通过它们去逐渐地理解爱的真谛It may be honorable, well-intentioned, passionate and desiring, courageous and pure.爱可能是高贵善意的,是充满热情和渴望的,是勇敢和纯洁的It may be felt as temporary, but if lost easily it may not have been love at all.爱可能是短暂的,但若轻易丢失,那便根本不是爱Love cannot be thwarted and often fall short of what we hope love will be.爱是势不可挡的,而且,常常达不到我们的期望值This is where we learn we are human.由此我们可以透察人性Love has been experienced as a life of living poetry.爱的经历就像一首鲜活灵动的诗Love has been experienced as being the very notes of song, uplifting and generous to the wanting ear.爱的经历就像一个个美妙动听的音符,让企盼的双耳得到振奋、满足Love has been experienced as the final act of giving one’s life another in battle.爱的经历就像战场上舍己救人的一幕Love has been experienced as an endless passionate over flow of emotion in the arms of waiting lover.爱的经历就像依偎在期盼已久的爱人臂弯时所流露出的无尽爱意更多美文内容,请关注微信公众号:pansvoice本专辑原创朗读版权归潘之声所有 9875

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