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#39;Anne Shirley, why did you do that? #39;he asked. She stayed silent. Gilbert said, #39;I#39;m sorry, Mr Phillips.“安妮·雪利,你为什么那样做?”他问道。安妮一言不发。吉尔伯特答道:“我很抱歉,菲利普斯先生。I was rude to her. That#39;s why she hit me. #39;But the teacher did not listen to Gilbert.是我对她无礼,所以她打我。”但老师没有听吉尔伯特的解释。#39;I cannot have bad children in my school, #39;said Mr Phillips firmly, #39;Anne, go and stand in front of the class.“我不能让坏孩子留在学校里,”菲利普斯先生斩钉截铁地说。“安妮,去站在全班同学的面前。”#39;And there Anne stood for the rest of the day, a lonely little girl with a small white angry face.那天安妮就一直孤零零地站在那儿,一张小脸气得煞白。#39;I hate Mr Phillips! #39;she thought. #39;And I#39;ll never look at or speak to Gilbert Blythe again! #39;“我恨菲利普斯先生!”她想。“我再也不理吉尔伯特·布莱思了!”The next day some of the school children were playing in a farmer#39;s field in their lunch hour,第二天午饭的时候,一些学生在一个农夫的田里玩耍,so they were a little late for afternoon school. Anne ran into the classroom at the same time as the boys, just after the teacher.因此下午上课时他们迟到了一会儿。安妮和男生们一起跟在老师的后面进了教室。#39;You#39;re late, Anne, #39;said Mr Phillips. #39;You won#39;t sit with Diana today. I see that you enjoy being with the boys very much, so go and sit next to Gilbert this afternoon. #39;“你迟到了,安妮,”菲利普斯先生说。“今天你不能和戴安娜坐在一起。我发现你很喜欢和男孩子们一起,今天下午你去和吉尔伯特坐在一起吧。”Anne#39;s face went white. #39;He can#39;t mean it! #39;she thought.安妮的脸变白了。“他不会是当真的!”她想。#39;Did you hear me, Anne? #39;asked Mr Phillips.“你听见我说的话了吗,安妮?”菲利普斯先生问道。#39;Yes sir, #39;said Anne and moved slowly to Gilbert#39;s desk. There she sat down and put her head on the desk, with her arms over it.“是的,先生,”安妮边回答边慢慢地挪到了吉尔伯特的书桌旁。她坐下来,头埋在手臂里趴在书桌上。#39;This is the end, #39;she was thinking. #39;I wasn#39;t the only per-son who was late. And he#39;s sent me to sit with a boy! And that boy is Gilbert Blythe! #39;安妮想:“这下全完了。我不是惟一一个迟到的学生。可他竟然让我坐在一个男孩旁边!而这男孩竟是吉尔伯特·布莱思!”The rest of the day went very slowly for Anne. When it was time to leave, she went to her desk, next to Diana#39;s, and took all her books, pens and pencils with her.对于安妮来说,那天过得很慢。等到了放学的时候,她回到了戴安娜旁边,从自己的课桌里取出了课本、钢笔和铅笔。#39;What are you doing, Anne? #39;asked Diana.“你干什么,安妮?”戴安娜问道。#39;I#39;m not coming back to school, #39;replied Anne firmly.“我不会再回学校里来了,”安妮坚定地回答。#39;Oh! But Anne…we#39;re ing a new book next week…and we#39;re playing a new game on Monday, and… It#39;ll be very exciting! And you#39;ll miss it, Anne! #39;“噢!可是安妮……下周我们就要读一本新书……星期一我们还要玩一个新游戏,还有……在学校里会很有趣!你会错过这些的,安妮!” /201205/182838有声名著之儿子与情人 Chapter6 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见 Article/200809/47922It was a very sunny Saturday and the zoo was crowded with families. The Dursleys bought Dudley and Piers large chocolate ice creams at the entrance and then, because the smiling lady in the van had asked Harry what he wanted before they could hurry him away, they bought him a cheap lemon ice pop. It wasn't bad, either, Harry thought, licking it as they watched a gorilla scratching its head who looked remarkably like Dudley, except that it wasn't blond. Harry had the best morning he'd had in a long time. He was careful to walk a little way apart from the Dursleys so that Dudley and Piers, who were starting to get bored with the animals by lunchtime, wouldn't fall back on their favorite hobby of hitting him. They ate in the zoo restaurant, and when Dudley had a tantrum because his knickerbocker glory didn't have enough ice cream on top, Uncle Vernon bought him another one and Harry was allowed to finish the first. Harry felt, afterward, that he should have known it was all too good to last. After lunch they went to the reptile house. It was cool and dark in there, with lit windows all along the walls. Behind the glass, all sorts of lizards and snakes were crawling and slithering over bits of wood and stone. Dudley and Piers wanted to see huge, poisonous cobras and thick, man-crushing pythons. Dudley quickly found the largest snake in the place. It could have wrapped its body twice around Uncle Vernon's car and crushed it into a trash can — but at the moment it didn't look in the mood. In fact, it was fast asleep. Dudley stood with his nose pressed against the glass, staring at the glistening brown coils. "Make it move," he whined at his father. Uncle Vernon tapped on the glass, but the snake didn't budge. "Do it again," Dudley ordered. Uncle Vernon rapped the glass smartly with his knuckles, but the snake just snoozed on. "This is boring," Dudley moaned. He shuffled away.Griphook was yet another goblin. Once Hagrid had crammed all the dog biscuits back inside his pockets, he and Harry followed Griphook toward one of the doors leading off the hall.拉环是另一个妖精,海格一次性地把所有的饼干又塞回到他的口袋里,然后与哈利一起跟着拉环从门口走出。;What#39;s the You-Know-What in vault seven hundred and thirteen?; Harry asked.;713号金库里的那个东西到底是什么呀?;哈利问道。;Can#39;t tell yeh that,; said Hagrid mysteriously. ;Very secret. Hogwarts business. Dumbledore#39;s trusted me. More#39;n my job#39;s worth ter tell yeh that.;;不能告诉你,;海格神秘地说:;这事得十分保密才行。邓布利多信任我,告诉你就超出了我的职权范围。;Griphook held the door open for them. Harry, who had expected more marble, was surprised. They were in a narrow stone passageway lit with flaming torches. It sloped steeply downward and there were little railway tracks on the floor. Griphook whistled and a small cart came hurtling up the tracks toward them. They climbed in ; Hagrid with some difficulty ; and were off.拉环他们开了门。哈利十分惊讶,他原以为可以看到更多的大理石,但现在他们却身处一条由燃烧着的火把照明的狭窄的石头通道里。这里的通道十分陡峭地向下延伸,地上有些很小的铁路轨道。拉环吹了一声口哨,一辆小车便沿着轨道向他们驶来。他们爬上去;;海格显得有些吃力;;然后车便开动了。At first they just hurtled through a maze of twisting passages. Harry tried to remember, left, right, right, left, middle fork, right, left, but it was impossible. The rattling cart seemed to know its own way, because Griphook wasn#39;t steering.一开始,他们只是穿过一些弯弯曲曲的迷宫似的通道,哈利想尽力记住,转左、转右、转右、转左、交叉,再转右、再转右,但这几乎是不可能的,飞速行驶的小车似乎知道他自己的路似的,因为拉环根本没有驾驶它。Harry#39;s eyes stung as the cold air rushed past them, but he kept them wide open. Once, he thought he saw a burst of fire at the end of a passage and twisted around to see if it was a dragon, but too late ; they plunged even deeper, passing an underground lake where huge stalactites and stalagmites grew from the ceiling and floor.冷空气呼呼地吹过,刺痛了哈利的眼睛,但他还是尽力睁开眼。有一次,他认为他看见了一团火在小路的尽头就转过去看看是否是一条龙,但是太迟了。他们向更深处驶来,超过了一座地下湖,那里巨大的钟乳石和石笋从天花板上地底下冒出来。;I never know,; Harry called to Hagrid over the noise of the cart, ;what#39;s the difference between a stalagmite and a stalactite?;;我从不知道钟乳石和石笋有什么不同?;哈利大声地说道,声音盖过了小车发出的噪声。;Stalagmite#39;s got an #39;m#39; in it,; said Hagrid. ;An#39; don#39; ask me questions just now, I think I#39;m gonna be sick.;;钟乳石这个单词有个#39;m #39;在里面。;海格说,;不要问我问题了,我要吐了。;He did look very green, and when the cart stopped at last beside a small door in the passage wall, Hagrid got out and had to lean against the wall to stop his knees from trembling.他看上去确实脸色发青。当小车在一扇小门边停下来的时候,海格走出来,不得不靠住墙使自己的膝盖停止颤抖。Griphook unlocked the door. A lot of green smoke came billowing out, and as it cleared, Harry gasped. Inside were mounds of gold coins. Columns of silver. Heaps of little bronze Knuts.拉环打开锁,一阵绿色的烟雾翻滚出来,当它散开之后,哈利已经有点喘不过气来了。房子里面是成堆的金币,一片银币以及大量的青铜币。;All yours,; smiled Hagrid.;全部都是你的了。;海格笑着说道。All Harry#39;s ; it was incredible. The Dursleys couldn#39;t have known about this or they#39;d have had it from him faster than blinking. How often had they complained how much Harry cost them to keep? And all the time there had been a small fortune belonging to him, buried deep under London.全部都是哈利的;;简直无法相信,德思礼不可能知道这些,否则他们在一眨间的功夫里就把这些从他那里拿走了,他们是不是经常抱怨哈利让他们花了大笔的钱来保存这些财金呢?总之,一直以来就有这么一大笔埋藏在伦敦城下的财富是属于他的。Hagrid helped Harry pile some of it into a bag.海格帮哈利装一些钱到袋子里。;The gold ones are Galleons,; he explained. ;Seventeen silver Sickles to a Galleon and twenty-nine Knuts to a Sickle, it#39;s easy enough. Right, that should be enough fer a couple o#39; terms, we#39;ll keep the rest safe for yeh.; He turned to Griphook. ;Vault seven hundred and thirteen now, please, and can we go more slowly?;;金色的称为加隆,;他解释道,;17个银西可等于一个加隆,而29个科纳等于一个西可,简单极了。好了,这些钱来付两个学期的费用足够了。我们会帮你保存剩下那部分钱的。;他转向拉环,;现在请带我们去713号金库,我们能走得再慢点吗?;;One speed only,; said Griphook.;只有一种速度。;拉环说。

I’m not sure how many people ever stop to think how wonderful four seasons are. I think people who live in cities don’t care about the seasons. City people spend half their lives indoors or underground. I live in the country and I love watching the seasons come and go. Every day is different in the countryside. I love watching the crops grow in the fields. I watch them push their way up from the ground in the spring and then grow tall in the summer sun. Just before autumn arrives, the farmer harvests them and then winter comes. Seasons means it’s like living in a new place every four months. Everything changes. One wonderful thing about seasons is the seasonal food you get. There’s always something tasty that’s just come in season. Article/201104/133253

亲爱的吉英,柯林斯先生是个自高自大、喜爱炫耀、心胸狭窄的蠢汉,这一点你和我懂得一样清楚,你也会同我一样地感觉到,只有头脑不健全的女人才肯嫁给他。Elizabeth looked at her sister with incredulous solicitude, but said nothing.;You doubt me, ; cried Jane, slightly colouring; ;indeed, you have no reason. He may live in my memory as the most amiable man of my acquaintance, but that is all. I have nothing either to hope or fear, and nothing to reproach him with. Thank God! I have not THAT pain. A little time, therefore--I shall certainly try to get the better. ;With a stronger voice she soon added, ;I have this comfort immediately, that it has not been more than an error of fancy on my side, and that it has done no harm to anyone but myself. ;;My dear Jane!; exclaimed Elizabeth, ;you are too good. Your sweetness and disinterestedness are really angelic; I do not know what to say to you. I feel as if I had never done you justice, or loved you as you deserve. ;Miss Bennet eagerly disclaimed all extraordinary merit, and threw back the praise on her sister#39;s warm affection.;Nay, ; said Elizabeth, ;this is not fair. YOU wish to think all the world respectable, and are hurt if I speak ill of anybody. I only want to think YOU perfect, and you set yourself against it. Do not be afraid of my running into any excess, of my encroaching on your privilege of universal good-will. You need not. There are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well. The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of meritor sense. I have met with two instances lately, one I will not mention; the other is Charlotte#39;s marriage. It is unaccountable! In every view it is unaccountable!;;My dear Lizzy, do not give way to such feelings as these. They will ruin your happiness. You do not make allowance enough for difference of situation and temper. Consider Mr. Collins#39;s respectability, and Charlotte#39;s steady, prudent character.Remember that she is one of a large family; that as to fortune, it is a most eligible match; and be y to believe, for everybody#39;s sake, that she may feel something like regard and esteem for our cousin. ;;To oblige you, I would try to believe almost anything, but no one else could be benefited by such a belief as this; for were I persuaded that Charlotte had any regard for him, I should only think worse of her understanding than I now do of her heart.My dear Jane, Mr. Collins is a conceited, pompous, narrow-minded, silly man; you know he is, as well as I do; and you must feel, as well as I do, that the woman who married him cannot have a proper way of thinking. You shall not defend her, though it is Charlotte Lucas. You shall not, for the sake of one individual, change the meaning of principle and integrity, nor endeavour to persuade yourself or me, that selfishness is prudence, and insensibility of danger security for happiness. ;编者语:伊利莎白的闺蜜夏洛特决定要嫁给愚蠢自大的科林斯先生,你怎么看待这个问题呢?为了把自己嫁出去,为了一种相对安稳的生活,你会放弃追求真爱而与现实妥协吗? Article/201109/154446

19When Jehoshaphat king of Judah returned safely to his palace in Jerusalem, 2Jehu the seer, the son of Hanani, went out to meet him and said to the king, "Should you help the wicked and love those who hate the Lord ? Because of this, the wrath of the Lord is upon you. 3There is, however, some good in you, for you have rid the land of the Asherah poles and have set your heart on seeking God." 4Jehoshaphat lived in Jerusalem, and he went out again among the people from Beersheba to the hill country of Ephraim and turned them back to the Lord , the God of their fathers. 5He appointed judges in the land, in each of the fortified cities of Judah. 6He told them, "Consider carefully what you do, because you are not judging for man but for the Lord , who is with you whenever you give a verdict. 7Now let the fear of the Lord be upon you. Judge carefully, for with the Lord our God there is no injustice or partiality or bribery." 8In Jerusalem also, Jehoshaphat appointed some of the Levites, priests and heads of Israelite families to administer the law of the Lord and to settle disputes. And they lived in Jerusalem. 9He gave them these orders: "You must serve faithfully and wholeheartedly in the fear of the Lord . 10In every case that comes before you from your fellow countrymen who live in the cities-whether bloodshed or other concerns of the law, commands, decrees or ordinances-you are to warn them not to sin against the Lord ; otherwise his wrath will come on you and your brothers. Do this, and you will not sin. 11"Amariah the chief priest will be over you in any matter concerning the Lord , and Zebadiah son of Ishmael, the leader of the tribe of Judah, will be over you in any matter concerning the king, and the Levites will serve as officials before you. Act with courage, and may the Lord be with those who do well." Article/200901/60654

On the bed, Elizabeth lay still, in the cold sleep of death. I took her in my arms… and saw the marks of the murderer#39;s fingers on her neck.床上,伊丽莎白静静地躺着,在冰冷中长眠。我把她抱在怀中……并看见了凶手在她脖子上留下的指痕。Other people in the hotel had heard the screams and came into our room. I sent one of them to call the police.The others left me alone with my misery.I held Elizabeth close, and as I held her, I saw the monster watching me through the open window of the room.There was an evil laugh on his face.I pulled my gun from my coat and fired at him. I missed, and he ran from the window and jumped into the lake.The other people heard the noise of the shot and came back into the room. I showed them the place where the monster had jumped into the lake.We searched the edge of the lake,but we could not find him.I returned to our room and lay on the bed next to my dear wife.旅馆里的其他人听到了尖叫声,他们走进了我们的房间。我让其中的一人去报警。其他人走后,留下我一个人在痛苦中煎熬。我紧紧地搂着伊丽莎白,而我抱着她时看见怪物正透过开着的窗户看着我。他的脸上挂着邪恶的笑容。我从外套中拔出朝他开了火。我没有打中,他从窗户处跑开并跳到了湖里。其他人听到了声便又来到了那个房间。我将怪物跳湖之处指给他们看。我们在湖边搜寻,但没能找到他。我回到房间里躺到我亲爱的妻子身旁。Suddenly I had another terrible thought.At this very moment perhaps my father was fighting the monster, with Ernest dead at his feet.突然间我有了另外一个可怕的想法:也许我父亲这时正在同那个怪物打斗并且欧内斯特已死在他的脚边。I left the hotel and returned to Geneva as fast as I could.My father and Ernest were safe,but the awful news of Elizabeth#39;s death killed my father.He had loved Elizabeth dearly. He be-came ill,and after a few days he died in my arms.So the evil monster had brought unhappiness and death to a dear old man who had never hurt anybody.我离开旅馆并以尽最快的速度赶回了日内瓦。我父亲和欧内斯特都平安无事,但伊丽莎白死去的噩耗夺去了我父亲的生命。他曾深深地爱着伊丽莎白。他病倒了,几天之后便死在了我的怀里。这样那个邪恶的怪物将不幸和死亡带给了从未伤害过任何人的我那亲爱的老人。I do not know what happened next.I think I left the real world, and entered a dangerous world of dreams and madness.Later I found that they had put me in prison because of my madness.我不知道接下去会发生什么。我想我当时离开了现实的世界而进入了梦幻和疯狂的危险境界。后来我才知道他们当时因为我疯狂而把我送进了监狱。After many months they let me free.I had only one wish—to find and kill the monster.好几个月之后他们释放了我。我只有一个愿望——找到并杀死那个怪物。 /201205/184310

It was only a ’93 Lincoln, but he loved it. Not a ding on it. Only 75,000 miles, even though it was 14 years old. The leather seats were like new, as was the headliner. All the bells and whistles worked, including the cruise control and the power seats and mirrors. It even got 14 miles per gallon. What was not to love?She hated it. She hated it because she thought he loved his car more than he loved her. “We can’t go anywhere because all you do is worry about what will happen to your car,” she complained. “The last time we went shopping, after an hour you stopped talking and listening to me. You had that long face. I knew what you were thinking about.”“What was I thinking about?” he asked.“You were thinking about your Lincoln!” She continued, “When we went out to the parking lot, you walked all around it to check for fresh dings. Then, when you saw none, you unlocked the car and got in. As usual, you didn’t open the door for me because you were so busy adjusting the airflow out of the dashboard vents.”“I just do that to make you feel comfortable,” he said.“If you really want to make me comfortable,” she said, “sell this car.” Article/201104/132016

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