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PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER FIFTEENThe New Mrs. RochesterAnd so I began to travel back to Thornfield Hall.While I was at GAteshead, Mrs. FAirfax had written to me. She told me that all the ladies and gentlemen had left, and that Mr. Rochester had gone to London to prepare for his wedding to Blanche Ingram. It was clear to me that he would be getting married very soon.After a long day of traveling, I decided to get out of the carriage at a little town near Thornfield and walk the rest of the way. [-----1-----], and I was glad to be out in the fresh air, on my way home. Of course, I had to tell myself that Thornfield was not really my home. The person I most wanted to see loved another, and soon I must leave.And then, suddenly, I saw him. He was sitting near the gate ahead of me, writing in a notebook. He looked up and saw me."Hello!" he cried, smiling. [-----2-----]I, and I knew if I tried to speak I would cry, or say something ridiculous. So I only nodded my head and smiled."So it's Jane Eyre!" he continued. "[-----3-----]! Tell me everything that you have been doing.""You know that I've been visiting my aunt, sir, who has just died.""Jane, I think you must be a dream! You've been gone for a whole month! I was sure you had forgotten about me."Even though I knew I would soon lose him, His words made me so happy that I couldn't walk away. 填空 :1、It was a warm June evening六月的夜晚,温暖宜人。2、 was trembling at the sight of him一见到他,让我浑身发抖。3、It's just like you to walk outside in the fresh air, instead of riding in a carriage不坐马车,而是在野外清新的空气中走着回来,这正像你。 Vocabulary Focusat the sight of...:一看到……例如:AT the sight of the mountain, we shouted in joy.(一看到大山,我们都高兴地叫起来。) Article/200905/69915Albert came in and sat down.艾伯特走进来坐下。 #39;I#39;m going to ask some questions,Mr King,#39;the Inspector said,#39;and Sergeant Foster is going to write it all down.#39; ;金先生,我想问你几个问题,;探长说,;然后福斯特警官会把你说的话都记录下来。; Albert looked at his feet.#39;Yes,yes.It#39;s your job.I know that.#39; 艾伯特看着自己的脚。;好,好的。这是你们的工作。我理解。; #39;Tell me about last night,#39;Inspector Walsh asked quietly.#39;You were angry with Mrs Clarkson.#39; ;告诉我有关昨晚的事。;沃尔什探长平静地问。;你对克拉克森太太生气了。;Albert looked at Inspector Walsh for the first time.#39;Yes,I was.Everyone was angry.Roger was angry.Diane wanted money to go to America.Then there#39;s a man called Tom Brig-gs;He wants half the garden for his farm.Molly was a rich woman.I need money because my wife Annie;Molly#39;s sister;is very ill.I told Molly this.#39; 艾伯特这才直视着沃尔什探长。;是的,我生气了。每个人都生气了,罗杰生气了,黛安娜想要钱去美国。然后有个叫汤姆;布里格斯的男人;;他想要一半花园当他的农场。莫利是个富有的女人。我需要钱,因为我的妻子安妮;;莫利的;;病得很重。我把这些告诉了莫利。; #39;What happened next?#39; ;接着发生了什么?; #39;Well,Molly was angry with everyone and went upstairs.We went into the kitchen for coffee.Jackie wanted everyone to go up and say good night to Molly.She lives here with Molly so she wanted Molly to be happy.At first Roger said no.He was angry and didn#39;t want to see his mother.#39; ;嗯,莫利冲大家生气,然后上了楼。我们进厨房去喝咖啡。杰基希望每人都上去对莫利道晚安。她和莫利住在一块,所以她想让莫利快乐些。开始罗杰不同意,他在生气,不想见他的妈妈。; #39;And did you see Molly in her room?#39; ;接着你去莫利的房间见她了?; #39;Yes.I was tired and I went upstairs first.I went to Molly#39;s room and asked her for money again.But no;there was no money for her sister.#39;Albert stopped and put his hand over his eyes. ;是的。我累了,我先上了楼。我去莫利的房间又向她要钱。但是不行;;她没有钱给她的。;艾伯特停下来并用手蒙住了眼睛。Inspector Walsh watched Albert for a minute.#39;Did you hear noises after you went to bed?#39; 沃尔什探长看了会艾伯特。;你上床后听到什么声音吗?; #39;Everyone went into Molly#39;s room to say good night,I think.Later,I heard someone;He;or she;went down-stairs.That was about midnight.#39; ;我想,每人都到莫利的房间对他道晚安。随后,我听到有人;;他;;或则她;;下了楼。那时大概是午夜了。; #39;Very well,Mr King.Thank you,you can go now.#39;Albert left the room.;很好,金先生,谢谢。你现在可以走了。;艾伯特离开了房间。 Article/201202/172857Actor Brett Maverick, the lead actor in many movies, was taken to Cedars-Sinai Hospital after his brother called an ambulance. Luke had found Brett in a dazed state with both of his wrists slashed. A hospital spokesperson said that the cuts on his wrists were superficial, and that Brett was in good condition.The actor has starred in many romantic comedies. He often portrays a character who meets a girl who doesn’t like him at first but falls in love with him by the end of the movie. In fact, a real-life romance occurred in his last movie. His costar, actress Katherine Hepburn, fell in love with Brett and moved in with him. This occurred despite the fact that Katherine was engaged to wed Richard Burton, another well-known actor. Burton, heartbroken, told the media that he was going to become a Buddhist monk.Unfortunately for Brett, Katherine recently made another movie with actor Errol Flynn. This movie, “Love in Baghdad,” is a drama involving a married couple who are separated by terrorists. Katherine told Brett she was going to “visit” Errol on his 200-foot yacht after filming was finished. But soon afterward, TV entertainment shows like “Access Hollywood” and “Entertainment Tonight” showed photos and s almost daily of Katherine and Errol hugging, kissing, dancing, and shopping.“Brett couldn’t take it anymore,” said Luke. “He was y to settle down with Katherine. He was going to quit acting. He had told her that he planned to buy a ranch in Wyoming for the two of them. Just them, the blue sky, the meadows, and the cows and the sheep, for the rest of their lives.” Article/201104/133710

Pride and Prejudice 傲慢与偏见Although first published almost 200 years ago, the novels of Jane Austen have retained their popularity around the world. It is not difficult to find the reasons for their enduring appeal. Austen wrote about universal themes, such as the joy and pain of love, the pursuit of happiness, and the need to be accepted by society. Jane Austen was born in 1775 in a rural part of southern England. She and her family were al avid ers. They even novels, which were often looked down on during that time. Jane began writing before her teens, and had completed a history book by the time she was sixteen.The six romantic novels that Austen wrote before her death in 1817 are still widely . Her first novel published was “Sense and Sensibility” in 1811, but her best-known work, “Pride and Prejudice,” was written around fifteen years earlier. Although originally rejected for publication, the novel, and its intelligent heroine, have come to hold a place among the great classics of English literature. “Pride and Prejudice” tells the story of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet, a somewhat absurd couple, and their five young, unmarried daughters. The plot revolves mainly around the second daughter, Elizabeth, and her troublesome romance with the wealthy but arrogant Mr. Darcy. Mr. Darcy represents the pride of the novel’s title, while the prejudice is represented by Elizabeth’s attitude toward Mr. Darcy. In the novel, Elizabeth must overcome her prejudice against him before she can fall in love.Elizabeth’s romance with Mr. Darcy parallels that of her older sister Jane with his friend, Charles Bingley. Jane’s relationship starts off much more smoothly, and survives the efforts of Bingley’s unpleasant sister, Caroline, to break it up. Other significant subplots include the adventures of Lydia, the youngest Bennet daughter. She brings disgrace on the family by running away with a man named Wickham. Everything ends well, of course. Even Wickham ends up doing the honorable thing and marrying Lydia. Jane and Charles get married. So do Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, once he has overcome his dislike of the Bennet family’s strange ways, and she has seen the decent man behind the pride. “I must confess that I think her as delightful a character as ever appeared in print, and how I shall be able to tolerate those who do not like her at least, I do not know.” In the flowery language of the early 19th century, that was how Jane Austen described her character Elizabeth Bennet in a letter to a friend. Jane Austen need not have feared. Elizabeth has probably attracted more sympathy and admiration than any other of the author’s characters, male or female. She is a lively, quick -witted young woman with a strong sense of justice and a natural goodness that have widesp appeal.One of the most interesting moments in “Pride and Prejudice” comes when Elizabeth reluctantly visits Darcy’s home, and perceives the high respect in which he is held by everyone around him. It is the turning point of the story, when she begins to see beyond Darcy’s pride and develop real feelings for him. It also shows Jane Austen’s skill at dealing with complex emotions and timeless themes in her deceptively simple stories.尽管简·奥斯汀的小说出版已近200年,在全世界却一直享有盛名。找到其吸引力能经久不衰的原因并不难。奥斯汀写作的主题具有普遍性,如爱情的喜悦与痛苦、对幸福的追求和希望被社会接纳的需要。1775年简·奥斯汀出生在英格兰南部的乡下。她和她的家人都酷爱读书。他们甚至连当时被嗤之以鼻的小说都要读。简十几岁以前就开始写作,在十六岁的时候就完成了一部历史书。1817年奥斯汀去世,生前她写的六部浪漫爱情小说至今仍广为流传。1811年她出版了第一部小说《理智与情感》,但她最著名的作品《傲慢与偏见》则在其15年前就完成了。尽管这部小说最初出版曾遭拒绝,但小说和书中聪明伶俐的女主角,已在英国文学的伟大经典作品中占有一席之地。《傲慢与偏见》讲述了班奈特这对有点荒诞的夫妇和他们的五个年轻未婚女儿的故事。情节主要围绕着二女儿伊丽莎白和她与富有却傲慢的达西先生间曲折的爱情。达西先生代表了小说标题中的“傲慢”,而“偏见”则表明了伊丽莎白对达西先生的态度。小说中伊丽莎白必须克她对达西先生的偏见,才能和他相爱。伊丽莎白的简和达西先生的朋友查尔斯·彬利之间的爱情故事,与伊丽莎白和达西先生的故事类似。简的爱情刚开始进行得顺利得多,虽然遭到彬利的卡罗琳,那个不讨人喜欢的姑娘的蓄意破坏,最终还是有情人终成眷属。其它重要的次要情节包括班奈特家小女丽迪雅的冒险。她和一个名叫威克姆的男子私奔而使家族蒙受羞辱。当然,一切都圆满收场。甚至威克姆在最后也做了可敬的事,娶了丽迪雅。简和查尔斯结了婚。伊丽莎白与达西先生也终成眷属─ 一旦达西先生克了对班奈特家奇怪生活方式的厌恶,而伊丽莎白也看到了他傲慢背后亲切善良的一面。“我必须承认,我认为她是所有出版书中最让人喜爱的角色。对那些一点都不喜欢她的人,我不知道我能容忍到什么地步。”在讲究华丽词藻的19世纪初,简·奥斯汀在一封给朋友的信中对她小说中的角色伊丽莎白·班奈特做了上述描述。简·奥斯汀不需要担心。和她笔下的其它男女角色相比,伊丽莎白可能已经得到了更多的赞同与钦佩。伊丽莎白是个活泼机智的年轻女性,她强烈的正义感和善良的本性有广泛的吸引力。《傲慢与偏见》中最有趣的一个情节是当伊丽莎白不情愿地拜访达西先生家时,感到他受到身边每个人的极度尊敬。这是故事的转折点,她开始透过达西先生的傲慢,看到他真实的一面,进而发展出对他的真情。在看似简单的故事里,简·奥斯汀处理复杂情感及永恒主题的技巧,在此也展露无遗。 Article/200803/28384

VOICE ONE:I'm Steve Ember. VOICE TWO:And I'm Shirley Griffith with the VOA Special English program, People in America. Every week we tell about a person important in the history of the ed States. Today we tell about Louisa May Alcott. She wrote one of America's best loved children's books. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In eighteen sixty-eight, an American publisher asked a struggling young writer to write a book for girls. At first, the writer, Louisa May Alcott, was not sure she wanted to do it. She said she never liked girls. And she never knew many, except her sisters. She thought her family's activities and experiences might be interesting to others. But, she said, probably not. VOICE TWO:Alcott decided to write the book anyway. She told about her experiences growing up in the northeastern ed States during the middle of the nineteenth century. Her book proved to be more than interesting. “Little Women” became one of the most popular children's books in American literature. It has been published in more than fifty languages. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:Louisa May Alcott was born in Pennsylvania in eighteen thirty-two. She was the second of four daughters. She had one older sister, Anna. And two younger sisters, Elizabeth, called Beth, and May. Her parents were Bronson and Abigail Alcott. Her father was an educator and social reformer. The Alcotts later settled in concord, Massachusetts. Several great American writers were friends of the family. They included Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry David Thoreau. Mister Alcott provided the girls' education. He taught them many subjects. He also made them write about their personal thoughts and experiences. VOICE TWO:The Alcotts did not have much money. Louisa worked to help support her family. She tried teaching, sewing, and taking care of children. She did not like any of these Jobs. Louisa thought of herself as a writer. At the age of sixteen, she wrote her first book. It was called “Flower Fables.” She decided to sell what she wrote. She wrote many kinds of poems, stories, and plays. Her stories were exciting, but unrealistic. She sold them to newspapers and magazines for small amounts of money. VOICE ONE:In eighteen sixty-two, during the American Civil War, Louisa May Alcott went to Washington, D.C. She served as a nurse in a military hospital. She cared for sick and wounded soldiers. She wrote letters to her family about her experiences. She included these letters in a book that was published the next year. Critics praised it but it did not bring her much money. And, working in the hospital damaged her health. VOICE TWO:In eighteen sixty-five she visited Europe as a helper to an older woman. Alcott hoped to re-gain her health. She spent a long time away from her family. Her health did not improve. But she thought about her writing. When she returned, she agreed to her publisher's request that she write a book for girls based on the life she knew. “Little Women” was published in eighteen sixty-eight. The book was immediately popular with people of all ages. It brought Alcott fame and a lot of money. She continued writing other popular books for young people. These included “An Old-Fashioned Girl,” “Little Men, and “Eight Cousins.” Article/200802/28055

They left the hall quickly, wanting to unwrap the broomstick in private before their first class,他们匆匆离开大厅,想赶在第一节课之前,找个没人的地方拆开包裹,拿出飞天扫帚。but halfway across the entrance hall they found the way upstairs barred by Crabbe and Goyle.可是,就在穿过门厅时,他们发现上楼的路被克拉布和高尔挡住了。Malfoy seized the package from Harry and felt it.马尔福把包裹从哈利手里夺过去,摸了摸。That#39;s a broomstick,he said, throwing it back to Harry with a mixture of jealousy and spite on his face.是一把飞天扫帚。他说,一边把包裹扔还给哈利,脸上混杂着嫉妒和怨恨的表情。You#39;ll be in for it this time, Potter, first years aren#39;t allowed them.你等着挨罚吧,波特,一年级学生是不许玩这个的。Ron couldn#39;t resist it.罗恩按捺不住了。It#39;s not any old broomstick,he said, it#39;s a Nimbus Two Thousand.这不是什么旧型飞天扫帚,他说,这是光轮2000。What did you say you#39;ve got at home, Malfoy, a Comet Two Sixty?Ron grinned at Harry.你说你在家里有一把什么来着,马尔福?彗星260?罗恩对哈利咧着嘴大笑。Comets look flashy, but they#39;re not in the same league as the Nimbus.彗星倒是挺耀眼的,但它们和光轮根本不是一个档次。What would you know about it, Weasley, you couldn#39;t afford half the handle,Malfoy snapped back.你怎么知道,韦斯莱,你连半个扫帚把都弄不到。马尔福凶巴巴地回敬道。I suppose you and your brothers have to save up twig by twig.我猜你和你那些兄弟不得不一根枝子一根枝子地攒吧。Before Ron could answer, Professor Flitwick appeared at Malfoy#39;s elbow.罗恩还没来得及回答,弗立维教授在马尔福胳膊肘边出现了。 /201205/182290

Do you ever think about or worry about the number of calories you eat and drink every day. It’s not really something I thought about when I was younger. But now I have to think about my calorie intake. I’m putting on weight and so need to be more careful with what I eat. This is difficult because all of the yummiest food has the most calories. I’ve found an answer to this problem. If I do lots of exercise, I can eat what I want and not have to worry about calories. I burn off 500 calories when I jog for an hour. This means I can have a pizza and dessert and not feel guilty. I wish there was more information about calories in restaurants. It would make it easier for me to know what to eat and what to avoid. Article/201104/130844

;Oh! no, my regret and compassion are all done away by seeing you so full of both. I know you will do him such ample justice, that I am growing every moment more unconcerned and indifferent. Your profusion makes me saving; and if you lament over him much longer, my heart will be as light as a feather. ; ;没有的事;看到你对他这样惋惜和同情,我反而心安理得了。我知道你会竭力帮他讲话,因此我反而越来越不把它当一回事。你的感情豪爽造成了我的感情吝啬;要是你再为他叹惜,我就会轻松愉快得要飞起来了。; ;Poor Wickham! there is such an expression of goodness in his countenance! such an openness and gentleness in his manner!; ;可怜的韦翰!他的面貌那么善良,他的风度那么文雅。; ;There certainly was some great mismanagement in the education of those two young men. One has got all the goodness, and the other all the appearance of it. ; ;那两位年轻人在教养方面,一定都有非常欠缺的地方。一个的好处全藏在里面,一个的好处全露在外边。; ;I never thought Mr. Darcy so deficient in the APPEARANCE of it as you used to do. ; ;你以为达西先生只是仪表方面有欠缺,我可从来不这么想。; ;And yet I meant to be uncommonly clever in taking so decided a dislike to him, without any reason. It is such a spur to one#39;s genius, such an opening for wit, to have a dislike of that kind. One may be continually abusive without saying anything just; but one cannot always be laughing at a man without now and then stumbling on something witty. ; ;可是我倒以为你这样对他深恶痛绝,固然说不上什么理由,却是非常聪明。这样的厌恶,足以激励人的天才,启发人的智慧。例如,你不断地骂人,当然说不出一句好话;你要是常常取笑人,倒很可能偶然想到一句妙语。;1.full of 充满 ...His songs are full of dirge. 他的歌充满了忧伤。2.as light as a feather 像羽毛那样轻It#39;s as light as a feather. 它象羽毛一样轻。 3. have a dislike of 不喜欢;;He has a dislike for cats.他不喜欢猫。 Article/201112/165803

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