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有声名著之双城记CHAPTER XVKnittingTHERE had been earlier drinking than usual in the wine shop of Monsieur Defarge. As early as six o'clock in the morning, sallow faces peeping through its barred windows had descried other faces within, bending over measures of wine. Monsieur Defarge sold a very thin wine at the best of times, but it would seem to have been an unusually thin wine that he sold at this time. A sour wine, moreover, or a souring, for its influence on the mood of those who drank it was to make them gloomy. No vivacious Bacchanalian flame leaped out of the pressed grape of monsieur Defarge: but, a smouldering fire that burnt in the dark, lay hidden in the dregs of it. This had been the third morning in succession, on which there had been early drinking at the wine-shop of Monsieur Defarge. It had begun on Monday, and here was Wednesday come. There had been more of early brooding than drinking; for, many men had listened and whispered and slunk about there from the time of the opening of the door, who could not ave laid a Piece of money on the counter to save their souls. These were to the full as interested in the place, however, as if they could have commanded whole barrels of wine; and they glided from seat to seat, and from corner to corner, swallowing talk in lieu of drink, with greedy looks. Notwithstanding an unusual flow of company, the master of the wine-shop was not visible. He was not missed; for, nobody who crossed the threshold looked for him, nobody asked for him, nobody wondered to see only Madame Defarge in her seat, presiding over the distribution of wine, with a bowl of battered small coins before her, as much defaced and beaten out of their original impress as the small coinage of humanity from whose ragged pockets they had come. A suspended interest and a prevalent absence of mind, were perhaps observed by the spies who looked in at the wine-shop, as they looked in at every place, high and low, from the king's palace to the criminal's gaol. Games at cards languished, players at dominoes musingly built towers with them, drinkers drew figures on the tables with spilt drops of wine, Madame Defarge herself picked out the pattern on her sleeve with her toothpick, and saw and heard something inaudible and invisible a long way off. Thus, Saint Antoine in this vinous feature of his, until midday. It was high noontide, when two dusty men passed through his streets and under his swinging lamps: of whom, one was Monsieur Defarge: the other a mender of roads in a blue cap. All adust and athirst, the two entered the wine-shop. Their arrival had lighted a kind of fire in the breast of Saint Antoine, fast sping as they came along, which stirred and flickered in flames of faces at most doors and windows. Yet, no one had followed them, and no man spoke when they entered the wine-shop, though the eyes of every man there were turned upon them. `Good-day, gentlemen!' said Monsieur Defarge. It may have been a signal for loosening the general tongue. It elicited an answering chorus of `Good-day!' `It is bad weather, gentlemen,' said Defarge, shaking his head. Upon which, every man looked at his neighbour, and then all cast down their eyes and sat silent. Except one man, who got up and went out. `My wife,' said Defarge aloud, addressing Madame Defarge: `I have travelled certain leagues with this good mender of roads, called Jacques. I met him--by accident--a day an half's journey Out of Paris. He is a good child, this mender of roads, called Jacques. Give him to drink, my wife!' A second man got up and went out. Madame Defarge set wine before the mender of roads called Jacques, who doffed his blue cap to the company, and drank. In the breast of his blouse he carried some coarse dark b; he ate of this between whiles, and sat munching and drinking near Madame Defarge's counter. A third man got up and went out. Defarge refreshed himself with a draught of wine--but, he took less than was given to the stranger, as being himself a man to whom it was no rarity--and stood waiting until the countryman had made his breakfast. He looked at no one present, and no one now looked at him; not even Madame Defarge, who had taken up her knitting, and was at work. `Have you finished your repast, friend?' he asked, in due season. `Yes, thank you.' `Come, then! You shall see the apartment that I told you you could occupy. It will suit you to a marvel.' Out of the wine-shop into the street, out of the street into a courtyard, out of the courtyard up a steep staircase, out of the staircase into a garret--formerly the garret where a white-haired man sat on a low bench, stooping forward and very busy, making shoes. No white-haired man was there now; but, the three men were there who had gone out of the wine-shop singly. And between them and the white-haired man afar off, was the one small link, that they had once looked in at him through the chinks in the wail. Defarge closed the door carefully, and spoke in a subdued voice: `Jacques One, Jacques Two, Jacques Three! This is the witness encountered by appointment, by me, Jacques Four. He will tell you all. Speak, Jacques Five! The mender of roads, blue cap in hand, wiped his swarthy forehead with it, and said, `Where shall I commence, monsieur?' `Commence,' was Monsieur Defarge's not unreasonable reply, `at the commencement.' `I saw him then, messieurs,' began the mender of roads, a year ago this running summer, underneath the carriage of the Marquis, hanging by the chain. Behold the manner of it. I leaving my work on the road, the sun going to bed, the carriage of the Marquis slowly ascending the hill, he hanging by the chain--like this.' Again the mender of roads went through the whole performance; in which he ought to have been perfect by that time, seeing that it had been the infallible resource and indispensable entertainment of his village during a whole year. Jacques One struck in, and asked if he had ever seen the man before? `Never,' answered the mender of roads, recovering his perpendicular. Jacques Three demanded how he afterwards recognised him then? `By his tall figure,' said the mender of roads, softly, and with his finger at his nose. `When Monsieur the Marquis demands that evening,, ``Say, what is he like?'' I make response, ``Tall as a spectre.''' `You should have said, short as a dwarf,' returned Jacques Two. `But what did I know? The deed was not then accomplished, neither did he confide in me. Observe! Under those circumstances even, I do not offer my testimony. Monsieur the Marquis indicates me with his finger, standing near our little fountain, and says, ``To me! Bring that rascal!'' My faith, messieurs, I offer nothing.' `He is right there, Jacques,' murmured Defarge, to him who had interrupted. `Go on!' `Good!' said the mender of roads, with an air of mystery. `The tall man is lost, and he is sought--how many months? Nine, ten, eleven?' `No matter, the number,' said Defarge. `He is well hidden, but at last he is unluckily found. Go on!' `I am again at work upon the hillside, and the sun is again about to go to bed. I am collecting my tools to descend to my cottage down in the village below, where it is aly dark, when I raise my eyes, and see coming over the hill six soldiers. In the midst of them is a tall man with his arms bound--tied to his sides--like this!' With the aid of his indispensable cap, he represented a man with his elbows bound fast at his hips, with cords that were knotted behind him. `I stand aside, messieurs, by my heap of stones, to see the soldiers and their prisoner pass (for it is a solitary road, that, where any spectacle is well worth looking at), and at first, as they approach, I see no more than that they are six soldiers with a tall man bound, and that they are almost black to my sight--except on the side of the sun going to bed where they have a red edge, messieurs. Also, I see that their long shadows are on the hollow ridge on the opposite side of the road, and are on the hill above it, and are like the shadows of giants. Also, I see that they are covered with dust, and that the dust moves with them as they come, tramp, tramp! But when they advance quite near to me, I recognise the tall man, and he recognises me. Ah, but he would be well content to precipitate himself over the hillside once again, as on the evening when he and I first encountered, close to the same spot!' Article/200903/65502。

爱丽丝看到白兔摆弄着名单,非常好奇,想看看下一个作人是谁For some minutes the whole court was in confusion, getting the Dormouse turned out, and, by the time they had settled down again, the cook had disappeared. `Never mind!' said the King, with an air of great relief. `Call the next witness.' And he added in an undertone to the Queen, `Really, my dear, YOU must cross-examine the next witness. It quite makes my forehead ache!' Alice watched the White Rabbit as he fumbled over the list, feeling very curious to see what the next witness would be like, `--for they haven't got much evidence YET,' she said to herself. Imagine her surprise, when the White Rabbit out, at the top of his shrill little voice, the name `Alice!' Article/201105/134421。

Everyone wanted Mother to die.Uncle Albert wanted her money for his wife,Annie.And then my brother.He needs a lot of money.He has an expensive house and an expensive car.And think of Jackie.Do you know that Jackie didn#39;t like Mother?A long time age,a nice boy worked here.He was the gardener.Jackie loved him very much,but Mother said no.A gardener was not a good husband for a Clarkson girl!#39;每个人都希望母亲死。艾伯特姨父想要她的钱给他妻子安妮。还有我的哥哥,他需要很多钱。他有一所昂贵的房子和一辆昂贵的轿车。再想想杰基。你知道杰基不喜欢妈妈吗?很久以前,一个不错的男孩在这儿工作,他是个园丁,杰基非常爱他,可是妈妈不同意。一个园丁对克拉克森家女孩来说不是个好丈夫!;Inspector Walsh listened quietly.All this was very interesting but was it important?Perhaps.What a happy family the Clarksons were!沃尔什探长平静地听着。这些都很有趣,可是它们重要吗?也许如此。克拉克森家是一个多么快乐的家庭!#39;We found the empty bottle of sleeping tablets in your room,#39;Inspector Walsh said quietly. He watched her face carefully.;我们在你的房间找到安眠药的空瓶,;沃尔什探长平静地说,他仔细看着她的脸。Diane stood up suddenly,her face angry.#39;What?I didn#39;t put it there!I#39;m not going to listen to this!#39;She ran out of the room.黛安娜突然站起来,她一脸怒气。;什么?我没有放在那儿!我不要听这些!;她跑出房间。#39;Well,well,well,#39;Inspector Walsh said.#39;She likes you,Sergeant.You need to be careful.#39;;好了,好了,好了,;沃尔什探长说。;她喜欢你,警官,你得小心点。;Sergeant Foster laughed but his face went red again.福斯特警官笑笑,他的脸却又变红了。#39;Someone put sleeping tablets in Molly#39;s hot milk,#39;the In-spector said.#39;All the family were in the kitchen last night.Peter Hobbs and Tom Briggs were there,too.One of them killed Molly.#39;;有人把安眠药放在莫利的热牛奶里,;探长说。;所有人昨晚都在厨房。彼特;霍布斯和汤姆;布里格斯也在那儿。他们中有人杀了莫利。;Inspector Walsh got his hat and coat.#39;Come on.We need to talk to Peter Hobbs and Tom Briggs.Let#39;s get some more coffee first.I#39;d like a sandwich,too.I#39;m hungry again!#39;沃尔什探长戴上帽子穿上外衣。;走吧,我们需要和彼特;霍布斯和汤姆;布里格斯谈谈。咱们得先喝点咖啡,我还想要块三明治。我又饿了!; Article/201203/173675。

有声名著之化身士 Chapter10英文原著:Dr.Jekyll.and.Mr.Hyde化身士文本下载 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/51911。

PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER FIFTEENThe New Mrs. Rochester"You want to marry me?" I cried. "But I have no money, no family, and no friends in the world!""I don't care, Jane! Say yes, quickly! It's cruel to make me suffer like this! Give me your hand and say, 'Edward, I'll marry you'!" he cried. His face was pale in the moonlight."Mr. Rochester, are you serious? Do you really love me? Do you honestly want me to be your wife?" I asked seriously, looking at him."[-----1-----].""Then, Edward, I will marry you.""My darling Jane!" He held me in his arms for a long time. I felt as if I was inside a dream. Once he whispered, "No family! That's good. No family to worry about!" and then, "I don't care what people think!" and again and again, "Are you happy, Jane?" I could not speak, I was so happy at the thought of being with him forever.The weather had changed while we had been talking. The sky grew dark, and the rainc ame down suddenly. We ran back to the house, holding hands and laughing. We were very wet when we arrived at Thornfield. We did not notice Mrs. Fairfax standing in a corner of the room, watching us."Good night, my darling!" Mr. Rochester said, kissing me many times. As I ran upstairs, I suddenly saw the old lady. She looked shocked."Tomorrow I'll explain everything to her," I thought. At that moment, [-----2-----]. Mr. Rochester loved me!Outside, there was a terrible storm that lasted all night. In the morning we saw that [-----3-----]. 填空 :1、I swear it我发誓。2、I was too happy to think about anything except my happiness我太高兴了,除了我的幸福感,再也无暇顾及别的。3、a large old tree in the garden, which had stood for hundreds of years, had been hit by lightning and torn in half花园里一棵以挺立几百年的大古树被雷击中,劈成了两半。 Vocabulary Focusagain and again:反反复复,有时为表示强调,再加一个“and again”,即为“again and again and again”。 Article/200905/70521。

柯林斯先生本来想把他们从花园里带去看看两块草地,但是太太们的鞋子抵挡不住那残余的白霜,于是全都走回去了,只剩下威廉爵士陪伴着他。 From his garden, Mr. Collins would have led them round his two meadows; but the ladies, not having shoes to encounter the remains of a white frost, turned back; and while Sir William accompanied him, Charlotte took her sister and friend over the house, extremely well pleased, probably, to have the opportunity of showing it without her husband#39;s help. It was rather small, but well built and convenient; and everything was fitted up and arranged with a neatness and consistency of which Elizabeth gave Charlotte all the credit. When Mr. Collins could be forgotten, there was really an air of great comfort throughout, and by Charlotte#39;s evident enjoyment of it, Elizabeth supposed he must be often forgotten.柯林斯先生本来想把他们从花园里带去看看两块草地,但是太太们的鞋子抵挡不住那残余的白霜,于是全都走回去了,只剩下威廉爵士陪伴着他。夏绿蒂陪着自己的和朋友参观住宅,这一下她能够撇开丈夫的帮忙,有机会让她自己显显身手,真是高兴极了。房子很小,但是建筑结实,使用也很方便;一切都布置得很精巧,安排得很调和,伊丽莎白对夏绿蒂夸奖备至。只要不想起柯林斯先生,便真正有了一种非常美好的气氛。伊丽莎白看见夏绿蒂那样得意,便不由得想到她平常一定不把柯林斯先生放在心上。She had aly learnt that Lady Catherine was still in the country. It was spoken of again while they were at dinner, when Mr. Collins joining in, observed:伊丽莎白已经打听到咖苔琳夫人还在乡下。吃饭的时候又谈起了这桩事,当时柯林斯先生立即插嘴说:;Yes, Miss Elizabeth, you will have the honour of seeing Lady Catherine de Bourgh on the ensuing Sunday at church, and I need not say you will be delighted with her. She is all affability and condescension, and I doubt not but you will be honoured with some portion of her notice when service is over. I have scarcely any hesitation in saying she will include you and my sister Maria in every invitation with which she honours us during your stay here. Her behaviour to my dear Charlotte is charming. We dine at Rosings twice every week, and are never allowed to walk home. Her ladyship#39;s carriage is regularly ordered for us. I SHOULD say, one of her ladyship#39;s carriages, for she has several. ;“正是,伊丽莎白,星期日晚上你就可以有荣幸在教学里见到咖苔琳·德·包尔夫人,你一定会喜欢她的。她为人极其谦和,丝毫没有架子,我相信那天做完礼拜之后,你就会很荣幸地受到她的注目。我可以毫无犹豫地说,只要你待在这儿,每逢她赏脸请我们作客的时候,总少不了要请你和我的小姨子玛丽亚。她对待我亲爱的夏绿蒂真是好极了。我们每星期去罗新斯吃两次饭,她老人家从来没有哪一次让我们步行回家,总是打发自己的马车送我们……我应该说,是打发她老人家的某一部马车,因为她有好几部车子呢。”;Lady Catherine is a very respectable, sensible woman indeed, ; added Charlotte, ;and a most attentive neighbour. ;夏绿蒂又说:“咖苔琳夫人的确是个道貌岸然、通达情理的女人,而且是位极其殷勤的邻居。”;Very true, my dear, that is exactly what I say. She is the sort of woman whom one cannot regard with too much deference. ;“说得很对,亲爱的,你真说到我心上去了。象她这样一位夫人,你无论对她怎样尊敬,依旧会感到有些欠缺。”The evening was spent chiefly in talking over Hertfordshire news, and telling again what had aly been written; and when it closed, Elizabeth, in the solitude of her chamber, had to meditate upon Charlotte#39;s degree of contentment, to understand her address in guiding, and composure in bearing with, her husband, and to acknowledge that it was all done very well. She had also to anticipate how her visit would pass, the quiet tenor of their usual employments, the vexatious interruptions of Mr. Collins, and the gaieties of their intercourse with Rosings. A lively imagination soon settled it all.这一晚主要就谈论哈福德郡的新闻,又把以前信上所说的话重新再提一遍。大家散了以后,伊丽莎白孤单单地在房间里,不由得默默想起了夏绿蒂对于现状究竟满意到什么程度,驾御丈夫的手腕巧妙到什么程度,容忍丈夫的肚量又大到什么程度。她不由得承认,一切都安排得非常好。她又去想象着这次作客的时间将如何度过,无非是:平淡安静的日常起居,柯林斯先生那种惹人讨厌的插嘴打贫,再加上跟罗新斯的应酬来往等。她那丰富的想象力马上解决了整个问题。 Article/201110/156885。

23In the seventh year Jehoiada showed his strength. He made a covenant with the commanders of units of a hundred: Azariah son of Jeroham, Ishmael son of Jehohanan, Azariah son of Obed, Maaseiah son of Adaiah, and Elishaphat son of Zicri. 2They went throughout Judah and gathered the Levites and the heads of Israelite families from all the towns. When they came to Jerusalem, 3the whole assembly made a covenant with the king at the temple of God. Jehoiada said to them, "The king's son shall reign, as the Lord promised concerning the descendants of David. 4Now this is what you are to do: A third of you priests and Levites who are going on duty on the Sabbath are to keep watch at the doors, 5a third of you at the royal palace and a third at the Foundation Gate, and all the other men are to be in the courtyards of the temple of the Lord . 6No one is to enter the temple of the Lord except the priests and Levites on duty; they may enter because they are consecrated, but all the other men are to guard what the Lord has assigned to them. 7The Levites are to station themselves around the king, each man with his weapons in his hand. Anyone who enters the temple must be put to death. Stay close to the king wherever he goes." 8The Levites and all the men of Judah did just as Jehoiada the priest ordered. Each one took his men-those who were going on duty on the Sabbath and those who were going off duty-for Jehoiada the priest had not released any of the divisions. 9Then he gave the commanders of units of a hundred the spears and the large and small shields that had belonged to King David and that were in the temple of God. 10He stationed all the men, each with his weapon in his hand, around the king-near the altar and the temple, from the south side to the north side of the temple. 11Jehoiada and his sons brought out the king's son and put the crown on him; they presented him with a copy of the covenant and proclaimed him king. They anointed him and shouted, "Long live the king!" 12When Athaliah heard the noise of the people running and cheering the king, she went to them at the temple of the Lord . 13She looked, and there was the king, standing by his pillar at the entrance. The officers and the trumpeters were beside the king, and all the people of the land were rejoicing and blowing trumpets, and singers with musical instruments were leading the praises. Then Athaliah tore her robes and shouted, "Treason! Treason!" 14Jehoiada the priest sent out the commanders of units of a hundred, who were in charge of the troops, and said to them: "Bring her out between the ranks and put to the sword anyone who follows her." For the priest had said, "Do not put her to death at the temple of the Lord ." 15So they seized her as she reached the entrance of the Horse Gate on the palace grounds, and there they put her to death. 16Jehoiada then made a covenant that he and the people and the king would be the Lord 's people. 17All the people went to the temple of Baal and tore it down. They smashed the altars and idols and killed Mattan the priest of Baal in front of the altars. 18Then Jehoiada placed the oversight of the temple of the Lord in the hands of the priests, who were Levites, to whom David had made assignments in the temple, to present the burnt offerings of the Lord as written in the Law of Moses, with rejoicing and singing, as David had ordered. 19He also stationed doorkeepers at the gates of the Lord 's temple so that no one who was in any way unclean might enter. 20He took with him the commanders of hundreds, the nobles, the rulers of the people and all the people of the land and brought the king down from the temple of the Lord . They went into the palace through the Upper Gate and seated the king on the royal throne, 21and all the people of the land rejoiced. And the city was quiet, because Athaliah had been slain with the sword. Article/200901/60933。

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