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杰罗姆·K·杰罗姆 Jerome K.Jerome,英国现代最杰出的幽默小说家、散文家和剧作家

Les trois hommes en Allemagne

Les trois hommes en Allemagne(三人同游) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    译者:Georges Seligman    阅读:640    收藏:0    语言:法语

Trois amis éprouvent le besoin de se distraire. Fâcheux résultat d'une déception. Couardise de George. Harris a des idées. Récit du vieux marin et du yachtman inexpérimenté. Un équipage plein de courage. Du danger de mettre à la voile par vent de terre. De l'impossibilité de naviguer par vent de mer. Les arguments d'Ethelbertha. L'humidité de la rivière. Harris propose un voyage à bicyclette. George craint le vent. Harris suggère la Forêt Noire. George craint les montées. Plan imaginé par Harris pour en triompher. Irruption de Mme Harris.

Kolme miestä veneessä

Kolme miestä veneessä(三怪客泛舟记) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:865    收藏:0    语言:芬兰语

Tämän kirjan suurin arvo ei ole sen taiteellisessa esitystavassa eikä laajoissa, hyödyllisissä tiedoissa, joita lukija siitä ammentaa, vaan sen todenperäisyydessä. Siinä kerrotaan asioita, jotka todella ovat tapahtuneet. Totta kyllä, että niitä on hieman väritetty, mutta tekijä ei ole ottanut lisäpalkkiota vaivoistaan. George Harris ja Montmorency eivät ole runollisia ihannekuvia, vaan lihasta ja verestä luotuja olentoja — semminkin George, joka painaa kaksitoista puntaa.

They and I

They and I(他们和我) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:620    收藏:0    语言:英语

“It is not a large house,” I said. “We don’t want a large house. Two spare bedrooms, and the little three-cornered place you see marked there on the plan, next to the bathroom, and which will just do for a bachelor, will be all we shall require—at all events, for the present. Later on, if I ever get rich, we can throw out a wing. The kitchen I shall have to break to your mother gently. Whatever the original architect could have been thinking of—” “Never mind the kitchen,” said Dick: “what about the billiard-room?”

Stage-Land

Stage-Land(舞台) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:694    收藏:0    语言:英语

His name is George, generally speaking. "Call me George!" he says to the heroine. She calls him George (in a very low voice, because she is so young and timid). Then he is happy. The stage hero never has any work to do. He is always hanging about and getting into trouble. His chief aim in life is to be accused of crimes he has never committed, and if he can muddle things up with a corpse in some complicated way so as to get himself reasonably mistaken for the murderer, he feels his day has not been wasted.

The Observations of Henry

The Observations of Henry(亨利的观察) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:335    收藏:0    语言:英语

The Observations of Henry is a delightful anthology of short stories. Some are witty. Some are downright humorous. Others have a touch of appealing pathos. And yet others just stir the imagination towards thinking of the more romantic side of life in 19th century Britain. The stories are cleverly linked as chapters from the reminiscences of a waiter who is analogous to the good old English butler. This is bedtime reading at its best.

Novel Notes

Novel Notes(小说笔记) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:818    收藏:0    语言:英语

Years ago, when I was very small, we lived in a great house in a long, straight, brown-coloured street, in the east end of London. It was a noisy, crowded street in the daytime; but a silent, lonesome street at night, when the gas-lights, few and far between, partook of the character of lighthouses rather than of illuminants, and the tramp, tramp of the policeman on his long beat seemed to be ever drawing nearer, or fading away, except for brief moments when the footsteps ceased, as he paused to rattle a door or window, or to flash his lantern into some dark passage leading down towards the river.

The Angel and the Author - and Others

The Angel and the Author - and Others(天使与作者) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:893    收藏:0    语言:英语

In this story the author dreams that he is dead and is going up and up. Now he feels that he has lost all opportunities to do good. He tries to recall whatever good he had done during his life time when he was living in this world. He realizes that he has done no deed of great benevolence during his life time. The angel who records good deeds of people is flying with him. He asks him what deeds of goodness he has recorded for him.

Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green

Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green(蓝色和绿色的薰衣草草图) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:871    收藏:0    语言:英语

The advantage of literature over life is that its characters are clearly defined, and act consistently. Nature, always inartistic, takes pleasure in creating the impossible. Reginald Blake was as typical a specimen of the well-bred cad as one could hope to find between Piccadilly Circus and Hyde Park Corner. Vicious without passion, and possessing brain without mind, existence presented to him no difficulties, while his pleasures brought him no pains. His morality was bounded by the doctor on the one side, and the magistrate on the other.

All Roads Lead to Calvary

All Roads Lead to Calvary(难逃磨难) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:811    收藏:0    语言:英语

All Roads Lead to Calvary is a 1919 novel by the British writer Jerome K. Jerome. It was one of the last works written by Jerome, better known for his Three Men in a Boat, and shows the influence of the First World War on him. It is a Bildungsroman in which a Cambridge University educated woman Joan Allway becomes a journalist and then a wartime ambulance driver. She encounters various different people, gaining new experiences and confronting many of the moral issues of the day.

Idle Ideas in 1905

Idle Ideas in 1905(1905年的杂想) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:820    收藏:0    语言:英语

Back in 1905 Jerome K. Jerome shared his thoughts on a variety of subjects, including "Should Women Be Beautiful?", "Should Soldiers Be Polite?" and "Is The American Husband Made Entirely Of Stained Glass?". Each subject is analysed and commented on in the witty and satirical style we've grown to expect from the author.

作者简介

杰罗姆·K·杰罗姆(Jerome K.Jerome,1859-1927),生于英格兰的斯坦福郡,从小受到良好的教育,性嗜阅读,为英国现代最杰出的幽默小说家、散文家和剧作家,一生创作了大量享誉世界的伟大作品,为世界各国的读者所喜爱,代表作品有《三人同舟》(1889);《懒汉的妄想》(1889),《舞台上下》(1890),《朝圣日记》(1891),《小说笔记》(1893),《三人同游》(1900)等。