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The Thought Fox—Ted Hughes思想之狐——特德休斯I imagine this midnight moment est我设想这午夜时分的森林:Something else is alive别的什么尚在活动Beside the clock loneliness在这孤寂的钟声和这张And this blank page where my fingers move.我以手指挲的空白纸页之外Through the window I see no star透过窗户我看不见星星:Something more near更近的什么Though deeper within darkness但在黑暗里更为幽深Is entering the loneliness正进入这孤寂中:Cold, delicately as the dark snow清冷,优雅,似那黑暗中的雪A fox nose touches twig, leaf;一只狐狸的鼻子碰触着细枝,叶瓣;Two eyes serve a movement, that now两只眼睛转动了,一下And again now, and now, and now又一下,又一下,又一下Sets neat prints into the snow匀称的足印踏进雪里Between trees, and warily a lame在树林间,机警地,一个瘸行的Shadow lags by stump and in hollow影子缓缓移动,倚着树桩,投进地洞里Of a body that is bold to come它属于一个呼之欲出的身体Across clearings, an eye,穿行于空地,一只眼睛,A widening deepening greenness,渐宽渐深的绿,Brilliantly, concentratedly,闪亮地,全神贯注地,Coming about its own business兀自游荡Till, with a sudden sharp hot stink of fox直至,带着一股骤然而至的浓烈狐臭It enters the dark hole of the head.它进入脑中的暗洞里The window is starless still; the clock ticks,窗外依然无星;钟声嘀嗒,The page is printed.纸页上写好了文字 7395

  

  The moon was shining when we approached Pisa,and a long time we could see,behind the wall,the leaning Tower,all awry in the uncertain light;到达比萨时已是深夜在好长的一段时间里,我们都能看到围墙后面的斜塔,在朦胧的月光中更加倾斜the shadowy original of the old pictures in school-books,setting th The Wonders of the World.这就是教科书中古老图片的阴影原形,正向世人展示着“世界奇迹”Like most things connected in their first associations with school-books and school-times,it was too small.与很多教科书、学生时代初次相关联的书物-样,它太渺小了I felt it keenly. It was nothing like so high above the wall as I had hoped.我对此的感受十分强烈,想像中的城堡能高出围墙许多,这与我的想象迥然不同It was another of the many deceptions practised by Mr.Harris,Bookseller,at the corner of St.Paul Churchyard,London.书商哈里斯先生在伦敦圣保罗教堂一角售书,这是他的另一个诡计HIS Tower was a fiction,but this was a reality-and,by comparison,a short reality.他所说的斜塔是编造出来的,眼前的这个才是真实的Still,it looked very well,and very strange,and was quite as much out of the perpendicular as Harris had represented it to be. The quiet air of Pisa too;而相比较而言,现实中的斜塔比虚构的还要矮一截尽管如此,它看上去却很出色,很特别,倾斜的程度与哈里斯所说的完全一样比萨也很安静;the big guard-house at the gate,with only two little soldiers in it;the streets with scarcely any show of people in them;门口的警卫室里只有两个小士兵在执勤;街上的行人很是罕见;and the Arno,flowing quaintly through the centre of the town;were excellent.亚诺河优雅地流过城镇中心…这-切都那么美好So,I bore no malice in my heart against Mr.Harris (remembering his good intentions),我心里对哈里斯先生并无半点怨恨之意(只记得他的好意),but gave him bee dinner,and went out,full of confidence,to see the Tower next morning.于是在晚饭前就原谅了他然后第二天一早,又满怀信心地去看斜塔了 3396。

  

  I believe in leaving work at five orsquo;clock.In a nation that operates on a staunch Protestant work ethic, this belief could be considered radical. Working only 0 hours a week? I just donrsquo;t know many people who punch out at five orsquo;clock anymore. It seems downright quaint, like pocket watches and shoe shines.My father tried to teach me the importance of hard work, long hours and dedication to a career. But then there are the things he taught me unintentionally, like when he arrived home from work the last time and crawled up the stairs.My father, a self-employed sales trainer, was that sick, that tired. His body was wracked with liver cancer, and he suffered the effects of a diabetic ulcer. Still, he insisted on traveling to honor his commitment to give a seminar. He probably earned a lot of money that day, and he paid the price He returned to the hospital soon after and was dead within three months, at age 58.我的信念是在五点结束每天的工作在这个奉行新教徒那套;工作至上;理念的国度,我的这一信念可算是激进每周只工作0小时?我认识的人中很少是下午五点打卡下班的那看起来就跟怀表、鞋油这类东西一样,简直是过时而怪异我父亲尽力教导我勤奋工作、超时工作以及献身事业这几点的重要性但后来,他也无意中教了我一些东西,比如那次当他最后一次下班回家爬上楼梯的时候我父亲是一名自雇的销售培训师那天,他已经病得很厉害,疲惫不堪肝癌拖垮了他的身体,他还饱受糖尿病溃疡的折磨然而,他为履行承诺仍坚持到外地主持一个研讨会他那天可能赚了不少钱,但他也付出了代价;;不久之后又住进了医院,而且三个月后就去世了,终年58岁Itrsquo;s been years since I saw my father come home that night and since then, Irsquo;ve thought a lot about work. Irsquo;ve decided something I will never crawl up the stairs. As much as I love my job as a newspaper reporter, I will never work myself into the ground, literally or figuratively.The idea of leaving work at work didnrsquo;t come easily to me. After all, I am my fatherrsquo;s daughter. In college, I wasnrsquo;t going to keg parties in a frat basement; I was the girl who lingered on the library steps each morning, waiting the doors to open. I even dreamt about schoolwork.那晚看到父亲回家已是十年前的事了,自那以后,我对工作作了多番思考我决定我决不要爬着楼梯回家作为一名报社记者,尽管我非常热爱我的工作,但我决不会因为拼命工作而把自己送进;坟墓;里,无论是字面义还是比喻义只在工作时间内工作的想法于我并非易事,毕竟,有其父必有其女读大学时,我不去大学生联谊会在地下室里举办的啤酒狂欢派对,而是每天一早就在图书馆的阶梯上徘徊,等着图书馆开门我甚至做梦都会梦到功课作业My dad once told me he was unable to just gaze at a sunset; he had to be doing something as he looked at it;writing, ing, playing chess. You could say he was a success He was a published author, an accomplished musician, fluent in German and the American Sign Language. Thatrsquo;s an impressive list, but herersquo;s the thing I want to gaze at sunsets. I donrsquo;t want to meet a deadline during them or be writing a column at the same time, or glance at them over the top of a book.This raises the question If I leave work at five orsquo; clock to watch the sunset, what are the consequences? Do I risk not reaching the top of my profession? Maybe, because honestly, knocking off after eight hours probably wonrsquo;t earn me the corner office or the lucrative promotion.But hey, leaving work at five orsquo; clock means I eat dinner with my family. I get to hop on my bike and pedal through the streets of my hometown as the shadows lengthen and the traffic thins.And I get to take in a lot of sunsets. Thatrsquo;s got to be worth something.我父亲曾经告诉我,他就是没法凝视夕阳看着夕阳的同时他还得做些别的事;;写作、阅读、下象棋你可以称他是成功人士他是一名发表过作品的作家,一位有造诣的音乐家,能说流利的德语,能熟练运用美国手语这一连串成就看起来挺厉害的但问题是我想凝视夕阳我不想边看夕阳边赶在最后期限前完成工作,也不想边看边给专栏赶稿,又或者是看着书,偶尔才朝那一抹夕阳瞥上一眼这引发了一个问题如果我五点就下班去看夕阳,会有什么后果?我是否就无法爬到职场最高位?也许是,因为说实话,工作八小时就下班,想搬进角落的高层办公室或升职加薪是不太可能的不过,嘿,五点就下班意味着我能和家人共进晚餐我跳上单车,穿梭在家乡的大小街道上,一切在夕阳的余晖中被拉长了影子,路上车少人稀从此,我看了不少夕阳美景这肯定有其价值所在 58

  Ryan: This is where we sing? These booths are so comtable I think I could fall asleep! Jack: Let's order something to eat. What are you in the mood ? Ryan: I'll have whatever you're having. Jack: OK. How about some fried spring rolls and squid balls, some pork skins, and some beer! Ryan: Well...the beer sounds good!booth (n.)   隔间,包厢fall asleep   睡着 A: How do you keep from falling asleep when you drive late at night? 在大半夜里开车的时候,你是怎么让自己不睡着的? B: I just drink lots and lots of coffee. 猛喝咖啡be in the mood   有心情去做…spring roll (n.)   春卷squid ball (n.)   花枝丸pork skin (n.)   猪头皮雷恩:我们是在这里唱?这些包厢好舒喔,要我在里面睡觉都可以! 杰克:我们来点东西吃你想吃什么? 雷恩:你点什么我就吃什么 杰克:好那就来点炸春卷、花枝丸、猪头皮,还有啤酒! 雷恩:呃……啤酒听来不错!

  特别声明该文章为语段选自《书虫之《苔丝,语段精讲为可可编辑编写品嚼语段At first he stayed up in his room most of the time in the evenings,ing and playing his harp.起先,到了晚上他就待在自己的房间里,靠读读书、弹弹竖琴度过大部分时间But he soon preferred to human nature by taking his meals in the general dining-room with the dairy people.可是不久,他更愿意到公共餐室和奶场其他人一道吃饭,来体会人类的天性The longer he stayed, the more Clare liked living with these simple country people.和大家在一起的时间越长,克莱尔就越喜欢和这些淳朴的乡下人生活在一起No longer did he see them as lacking in intelligence.他不再把他们看做缺乏智慧、没有见地的人了He realized they were no different from him: he and they were all people walking on the dusty road which ends in death.他领悟到他们跟他没有什么不同:他和他们一样都是风尘仆仆的赶路人,他们的最终归宿都是死亡He began to like working outside.He was learning about nature and about life.他开始喜欢上户外的工作了他在学习更多关于自然和关于生活的知识He came to know the changing seasons,morning and evening,different winds,waters and mists,shade and silence,and the voices of nature.他渐渐感悟到了变化的四季,清晨和黄昏,各种各样的风,水域和云雾,阴影和沉寂,以及自然界发出的种种声音All this he had never known bee.对这一切,他过去是一无所知的 55

  Oprah Winfrey is one of the most exciting, highest paid,andbest-loved celebrities in American . She is also the country’stoptelevision a talk show host.欧普拉·温芙芮是美国最令人激动的、薪水最高的和最受人喜爱的知名人士之一,她还是全国顶级脱口秀节目主持人、非常优秀的女演员和成功的制片人Oprah Winfrey is a very fineactressand a successful producer. She is a living example of whattalent,hard work, and determination can do.(要问)才华、勤奋和决心能成就什么,她就是一个鲜活的例子Oprah Winfrey has come a long way from her poor childhood homeina small Mississippi town.欧普拉·温芙芮来自遥远的密西西比一个小镇的贫穷的家庭She was an unwanted child whoseparentsnever married. She was brought up on her grandmother’s farm.Thepossibility that she would become rich and famous was notverygood.她是父母的非婚生子,在外婆的农场里长大成人,发财和成名的可能性都不被看好Oprah’s mother center her child in her mother’s care, soshecould go to work in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.欧普拉·温芙芮的妈妈把自己的孩子交给她自己的妈妈看管,自己得以去威斯康星的米尔瓦基去工作It was a strictanddifficult life Oprah. But it also led the way herfuture.生活对欧普拉·温芙芮来说既严格又艰难,这引领她走向属于她的未来She was a highly intelligent child. By the age of three, shehadlearned to and write. She also made her firstpublicappearance at that age.她是个非常聪明的孩子,三岁时,已经学会了读书习字,并第一次在舞台上公开演出She gave a talk in church, whichimpressedeveryone.” That child is gifted,” people said.Oprah’sintelligencewas resented by other children her age.欧普拉·温芙芮在教堂的讲话,给大家留下很好的印象,人们都说她“很有天赋”欧普拉·温芙芮的聪明遭到了同龄孩子的嫉恨They called herunkindnames and pushed her away. Oprah felt very isolated andunwanted.It made her feel worse that she didn’t live with hermother andfather.She felt that no one loved her.他们辱骂她,排斥她欧普拉·温芙芮感到孤独无助不能和爸爸妈妈住在一起使她心情更糟,她感到没人喜欢她This made herangry,resentful, and rebellious. These feelings brought her muchtroubleas she was growing up.这一切造就了她愤怒、怨恨和反叛的性格随着年龄的增长,这给她带来了很多麻烦She often behaved badly, ausinghergrandmother to punish her.她经常不守规矩,招来外婆的惩罚By the time Oprah was seven, she wastoomuch grandmother to discipline.七岁时,外婆再也管不了她了Then Oprah went to livewithher mother, Vernita, in Milwaukee.Vernita worked very hard atherjob as a housekeeper.后来,欧普拉就去在米尔瓦基的妈妈——沃尼塔为人做女管家,沃尼塔干得非常卖力It was hard her to work and take careofher bcenter, troublesome child. Oprah was a burden, and she knewit.She was difficultchild既要工作又要照顾她聪明而又惹是生非的孩子使她很做难,欧普拉也感觉到自己是妈妈的负担They lived in poverty in a small apartment in the city. Oprahtookout all her angry feelings on her mother.他们住在市里的一个小公寓里,日子过得很清贫欧普拉将所有的火气都发到了妈妈的身上,孩子成了沃尼塔的一大麻烦When Oprah was eight, Vernita sent her to live her fatherandstepmother in Nashville, Tennessee.欧普拉八岁时,妈妈把她送到了田纳西州的那斯维尔(Nashville)的生父和继母那里But she moved again afewmonths later when Vernita married a man with two children.Vernitawanted Oprah with her and her new family.后来,沃尼塔又和一个带有两个孩子的男人结了婚,又把欧普拉接了回来,因为沃尼塔想要欧普拉与她和她的新家在一起Untunately feltshedidn’t belong with them. She believed she wasn’t loved byanyone.Her angry and frustration grew stronger.不幸的是,欧普拉感到自己不属于这个家,她觉得谁也不爱她She struck backbymisbehaving and running away from home.她的愤恨与挫折感越发强烈,就用不守规矩和离家出走进行反击Her parents foundherimpossible to discipline. When she was they tried to send hertoa special center troubled girls.她的爸爸妈妈觉得无望管教好他们的女儿,岁那年试图把她送到麻烦女孩的特别中心But there was no room her.So Vernita sent Oprah back to live with her father.但那里已经没有地方了,于是沃尼塔又把她送到她爸爸那里去VernonWinfreywas by then a successful businessman and family man.佛蒙·温芙芮当时已是成功的商人和有家的男人He tookonelook at his daughter and knew she needed guidance, love,anddiscipline.他看了一次他的女儿,了解她需要引导、爱和管教He gave her all three. It was a turning pointinOprah’s life. Vernon Winfrey was strict about hisdaughter’seducation.他给了她这三样东西,这成了欧普拉人生的转折点He gave her homework in addition to herschoolwork. Shewas allowed to watch only one hour of television aday.佛蒙·温芙芮对女儿的教育要求非常严格,除学校的作业外,他还给她布置家庭作业,一天只允许她看一个小时的电视She becamean A student and a popular girl in her class.Oprahwatched BarbaraWalters, a famous journalist and interviewer, anddecided that waswhat she wanted to be.欧普拉成了班上的最优秀学生,成了受人欢迎的女孩欧普拉看到了著名的新闻记者和采访人芭芭拉·瓦尔特丝,决心成为象她那样的人When she was still in highschool, she got apart-time job ing news on the radio.上高中时,就兼职在广播电台播新闻In hersenior year she wona beauty contest and a four-year scholarship toTennessee StateUniversity.高年级时,在选美大赛中胜出,赢取了田纳西州立大学四年的助学金While still in college she was offered ajob as a newsbroadcaster at a local television station.到了大学时期,她在当地一家电视台播报新闻She was thefirst femaleand the first African- American newscaster inNashville.她是那斯维尔市获取这种工作的第一位女性和第一位美国黑人She waspromoted to anchor, the most important positionon the news team,while still a senior.After Oprah graduated she gota job with aBaltimore news station.大学四年级时,欧普拉晋升为新闻播报负责人,这是新闻组最重要的位置大学毕业后,欧普拉在巴尔的电视台谋得工作But she soon realized thatbroadcastingnews wasn’t enough her.She had to let herpersonality shinethrough. She wanted to show emotion when she tolda story, not justreport it.她很快不满足于播报新闻,想要充分展示自己的个性,满怀的讲述而非简单播送Meanwhile the station manager werethinking the sameway.与此同时,电视台的经理也在琢磨这个问题They couldn’t stop her from commenting on thenews she .他们无法阻拦她播送新闻时的They removed her from the anchor spot and wonderedwhat to do withher.他们将她调出新闻负责人的位子,但不知道她干什么好Finally they put her on an early morning talkshow calledPeople Are Talking. No one knew what to expect.最后安排她主持早晨脱口秀——“大家谈”,没人知道结果会是什么The showwas a greatsuccess. In a very short time, the managers and Oprahall knew whatshe was born to do.节目取得极大的成功!经理认为欧普拉天生就是干这个的,欧普拉也这么认为She was funny, witty, charming,warm, andcompassionate. She was everything a talk show host shouldbe.风趣、机智、热情、魅力四射、富有同情心,她具有了脱口秀主持人所应具备的全部素质Shewas so successful that she got show with a bigger stationinChicago.她非常成功,在更大的一个芝加哥电视台主持脱口秀——“早安芝加哥”It was called A. M. Chicago within one month theshow’sratings were the best in years.一个月内这档节目的收视率就创历年新高Twice she center the show tomakemovies, The Color Purple and Native Son. In 1985 the showwaschanged to The Oprah Winfrey Show.她第二次离开脱口秀主持人位置,转而去拍电影——《紫色与本土人It was broadcast nationallyandsoon became the most popular talk show on television . By theageof 35, Oprah Winfrey was one of the most famous celebritiesinAmerican.1985年,她主持的节目更名为欧普拉秀,在全国播放,欧普拉一跃成为最富人气的电视脱口秀到了35岁时,欧普拉·温芙芮是全美知名度最高的人士之一 193。

  乔治·戈登·拜伦(George Gordon Byron),英国浪漫主义文学的杰出代表出生于伦敦破落的贵族家庭,岁继承男爵爵位他曾在哈罗中学和剑桥大学读书,深受启蒙主义的熏陶他是19世纪初欧洲革命运动中争取民主自由和民族解放的一名战士也是英国诗坛上有争议的“怪人”和“浪子”德国诗人歌德称之为“本世纪最伟大的才子诗人”这首诗回忆了与爱人分别时的情景和感受,以及后来的心情;In silence and tears;的重复,前后呼应,真切感人;此外,较短的诗节和断开的句子,也暗示出难以压抑,无法平静的痛苦心境 When We Two Parted—George Gordon Byron我们俩分别时——乔治·戈登·拜伦When we two parted,昔日依依别,In silence and tears,泪流默无言;Half broken-hearted,离恨肝肠断,To sever years,此别又几年Pale grew thy cheek and cold,冷颊何惨然,Colder thy kiss;一吻寒更添;Truly that hour etold日后伤心事,Sorrow to this!此刻已预言The dew of the morning,朝起寒露重,Sunk chill on my brow,凛冽凝眉间,It felt like the warning,彼时已预告:Of what I feel now.悲伤在今天Thy vows are all broken,山盟今安在?And light is thy fame汝名何轻贱!I hear thy name spoken,吾闻汝名传,And share in its shame.羞愧在人前They name thee bee me,闻汝名声恶,A knell to mine ear;犹如听丧钟A shudder comes oer me,不禁心怵惕,Why wert thou so dear?往昔情太浓They know not I knew thee,谁知旧日情,Who knew thee too well斯人知太深long, long shall I rue thee,绵绵长怀恨,Too deeply to tell.尽在不言中In secret we met,昔日喜幽会,In silence I grieve,今朝恨无声That thy heart could get,旧情汝已忘,Thy spirit deceive.疾心遇薄幸If I should meet thee,多年离别后,After long year,抑或再相逢,How should I greet thee?相逢何所语?With silence and tears.泪流默无声 197973

  Night after night, she came to tuck me in, even long after my childhood years. 在我的童年时期,很长一段时间里,每个夜里,母亲总习惯来为我掖住被角Following her longstanding custom, she’d lean down and push my long hair out of the way, then kiss my ehead. 撩开我的长头发,亲吻我的额头I don’t remember when it first started annoying me—her hands pushing my hair that way. 不记得从何时起,我开始讨厌她用手拨开我的头发But it did annoy me, they felt work-worn and rough against my young skin. 这确实很让我恼火,因为母亲粗糙的双手让我感觉自己幼滑的肌肤在受到伤害Finally, one night, I shouted out at her, “Don’t do that anymore—your hands are too rough!” 终于,一天晚上,我冲她嚷道:“别再这样了——你的手太粗糙了!”She didn’t say anything in reply. 她什么也没说But never again did my mother close out my day with that familiar expression of her love.但母亲再也没有像这样对我表达她的爱Time after time, with the passing years, my thoughts returned to that night. 一次又一次,随着岁月的流逝,我的思绪又回到了那个晚上By then I missed my mother’s hands, missed her goodnight kiss on my ehead. 我想念那时母亲的手,想念她晚上留在我额头上的亲吻Sometimes the incident seemed very close, sometimes far away. 有时这幕情景似乎很近,有时又似乎很遥远But always it lurked, in the back of my mind. 但它总是埋藏在我心底,时常浮现在我的脑海里Well, the years have passed, and I’m not a little girl anymore. 多年之后,我不再是昨天的那个小女孩了Mom is in her mid-seventies, and those hands I once thought to be so rough are still doing things me and my family. 但是现在75岁的母亲仍旧用她那双粗糙的双手照顾着家人和我She’s been our doctor, reaching into a medicine cabinet the remedy to calm a young girl’s stomach or soothe the boy’s scraped knee. 母亲曾是我们的医生,她可以从容冷静地从医药箱拿出胃药,治好小女孩的胃痛或给小男孩擦伤的膝盖上敷药She cooks the best fried chicken in the world,gets stains out of blue jeans like I never could.她烧的炸鸡是世界上最美味的,也可以弄干净我怎么都不能洗干净的蓝色牛仔裤Now, my own children are grown and gone. 现在,我的孩子已经长大了,离开了Mom no longer has Dad, and on special occasions, I find myself drawn next door to spend the night with her. 父亲也离开母亲去了天堂,在特殊的节日里,我经常会陪母亲度过So it was late on Thanksgiving Eve, as I slept in the bedroom of my youth, a familiar hand hesitantly ran across my face to brush the hair from my ehead. 所以在这个感恩节前夕,我睡在我小时候睡过的卧室里,感觉到一只那么熟悉的手熟练地梳理我前额上的头发Then a kiss, ever so gently, touched my brow.然后轻轻落下一个吻,永远这样温柔,抚摸我的眉毛In my memory, the thousandth time, I recalled the night my young voice complained, “Don’t do that anymore—your hands are too rough!” 在记忆中,我曾无数次回想起那晚我年幼的抱怨声:“别再这样了——你的手太粗糙了!”Catching Mom’s hand in hand, I blurted out how sorry I was that night. 我一把抓住母亲的手,脱口而出:“我多么后悔那天晚上对您讲过的话”I thought she’d remember, as I did. But Mom didn’t know what I was talking about. 我以为她和我一样一直记得但母亲不知道我在说什么She had gotten—and given—long ago. 她很久以前就忘了,就已经原谅了我That night, I fell asleep with a new appreciation my gentle mother and her caring hands. 那天晚上,我睡着了,我对妈妈那双温柔而体贴的双手有了一种新的感激之情And the guilt that I had carried around so long was nowhere to be found. 而这么多年来,压在我心头的负罪感,也突然无处可寻 39001

  My boss asked me to come up with some holiday promotion ideas so that we can make inroads into the gift-buying market. us to stay competitive, our company has to increase retail sales this important sales cycle. My boss is expecting some innovative ideas from me. Since we’re an online business and not a brick- and-mortar store, we can’t just put signs in the window or do other types of traditional advertising. Lucky us, though, consumers are increasingly computer savvy and are more likely than ever to buy online. That’s something we want to capitalize on. Like other companies, we’re willing to slash prices to attract holiday shoppers. We have a large inventory and we don’t have to worry about running out of stock. The trick is, how do we increase sales without resorting to gimmicks? Dressing up salespeople to look like Santa Claus may work some businesses but not ours. I’m just hoping that I can come up with some fresh ideas to jump-start this sales season. I know that my boss is counting on me. 5

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