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涴漫的狱中日记

涴漫的狱中日记 立即阅读

作者:瞿秋白    阅读:762    收藏:0

考古学家新近在东亚大陆上发见许多古代文件。那地方本来“人”迹稀少,毒蛇猛兽横行;现在还是莽莽苍苍,一片凄凉荒芜的秽土,白骨如山的堆积着,满地是毒虫的旧穴,可惜也塞满了泥沙,——这是洪水之后的遗迹。要想考察地下的化石及地面的废址,来研究此地古时的社会,真正不容易。至于那些文件——当然都是烂纸破簿,水痕涴漫,还有乱七八糟,泥污血染的“鸟兽之迹”,实在难以看清楚,加以上面所写的文字,又像埃及古字似的所谓象形字。——很要像拿破仑第一征埃及时那些学者的刻苦研究一番。果然,这些文件之中居然有几位东亚语族学家考究出一张破烂的文字。

多余的话

多余的话 立即阅读

作者:瞿秋白    阅读:780    收藏:0

《多余的话》系瞿秋白就义前在福建汀州狱中所作。既然题为“多余的话”,既然自知“多余”,又何必说? “我不怕人家责备,归罪,我倒怕人家‘钦佩’。”——原来如此。他只希望后人见到最真实的自己,不需要无谓的拔高、粉饰。在这篇长文里,瞿秋白回顾了自己参加革命以及担任领导人时期的心路历程。《多余的话》是了解早期中国革命的重要史料,也是一位真诚的知识分子的灵魂独白。“历史的误会叫我这‘文人’勉强在革命的政治舞台上混了好些年。”一位“误登”革命舞台的文人、一个书生气十足的政治家形象,在历史长河中最终定格。

鲁迅的青年时代

鲁迅的青年时代 立即阅读

作者:周作人    阅读:815    收藏:1

周作人生前亲自编定的最全面、最权威的文集。学者止庵穷数年之力校订,力求还原周作人作品原貌。全面的关于鲁迅青少年时代的回忆录,真实还原有血有肉的“人”之鲁迅。周作人,鲁迅二弟,中国现代文学史上百科全书式的人物,最了解鲁迅的人之一。本书为鲁迅去世二十周年时,周作人应报刊之邀所写纪念文字的结集,是继《鲁迅的故家》《鲁迅小说里的人物》之后又一种关于鲁迅的著作。其在前者的基础上,补充了新的事实,且更为系统地介绍了鲁迅早年生活情状、学问兴趣所在、思想形成根基等。有别于当时诸多片面化、概念化的神化鲁迅之作,知堂尤为强调的是鲁迅作为“人”的一面,如《鲁迅的笑》《鲁迅与弟兄》各篇,让我们看到了“横眉怒目”而外“和蔼可亲”的鲁迅。

They and I

They and I(他们和我) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:685    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:763    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 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:917    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:896    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.

Idle Ideas in 1905

Idle Ideas in 1905(1905年的杂想) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:899    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.

Tea-Table Talk

Tea-Table Talk(茶桌上的谈话) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:383    收藏:0    语言:英语

"Tea-table Talk" is an imaginary conversation between the writer and a number of un-named characters at the afternoon tea table. The Woman of the World, the Old Maid, the Girton Girl, the Philosopher and the Minor Poet wax lyrical on subjects like marriage, art, society and politics.

Told After Supper

Told After Supper(晚饭后的一席话) 立即阅读

作者:Jerome K. Jerome    阅读:661    收藏:0    语言:英语

It was Christmas Eve. I begin this way because it is the proper, orthodox, respectable way to begin, and I have been brought up in a proper, orthodox, respectable way, and taught to always do the proper, orthodox, respectable thing; and the habit clings to me. Of course, as a mere matter of information it is quite unnecessary to mention the date at all. The experienced reader knows it was Christmas Eve, without my telling him. It always is Christmas Eve, in a ghost story.