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小妇人(纯英文)/床头灯英语.3000词读物

小妇人(纯英文)/床头灯英语.3000词读物

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  • ISBN:9787568271684
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  • 开本:32开
  • 页数:175
  • 出版时间:2018-04-01
  • 条形码:9787568271684 ; 978-7-5682-7168-4

内容简介

《小妇人》被认为是很受喜爱的女性小说之一,它跨越了时间和年龄的界限,在成.人中很流行,在孩子中也很流行。读者大都会觉得自己很像其中的一位主人公:独立、有男孩子气的乔,纤弱、富有爱心的贝丝,漂亮、善良的梅格,早熟而又有艺术家气质的艾米。这四个小妇人和她们睿智而又富有耐心的妈妈在内战中忍受生活的艰辛,也经历着战火中的危险。爸爸病倒了,乔卖掉她美丽的长发,好让妈妈能有旅费去和爸爸在一起。妈妈不在身边,贝丝得了猩红热……这本书的产生至今仍为人所津津乐道。当年一位出版商建议路易莎写一部关于女孩子的书的时候,她说自己不认识别的女孩除了她的亲姐妹。为了赚钱养家,她答应了出版商的要求,根据孩提时的记忆,以她自家四姐妹为原型,创作了此书。没想到这个迷人的故事一出版就获得了很大的成功,受到一代又一代的读者热爱,步入美国经典文学的殿堂。

目录

《小妇人》
Chapter 1 Christmas Gifts
**章 圣诞礼物
Chapter 2 A Merry Christmas
第二章 欢乐圣诞
Chapter 3 The Laurence Boy
第三章 劳伦斯家的男孩
Chapter 4 Responsibilities
第四章 责任
Chapter 5 Being Neighborly
第五章 友邻睦居
Chapter 6 Beth Finds the Palace Beautiful
第六章 贝丝发现美丽宫殿
Chapter 7 Amy's Shame
第七章 艾米的耻辱
Chapter 8 Jo's Sorrow
第八章 乔的悲伤
Chapter 9 Meg's Visit
第九章 梅格的出访
Chapter 10 Experiments
第十章 试验
Chapter 11 Castles in the Air
第十一章 空中楼阁
Chapter 12 Secrets
第十二章 秘密
Chapter 13 A Telegram
第十三章 一封电报
Chapter 14 Letters
第十四章 书信
Chapter 15 The Little Faithful
第十五章 忠诚的小人儿
Chapter 16 Dark Days
第十六章 黑暗的日子
Chapter17 Amy's Will
第十七章 艾米的遗嘱
Chapter 18 More Secrets
第十八章 更多的秘密
Chapter 19 Laurie's Letter
第十九章 劳里的信
Chapter 20 Pleasant Times
第二十章 欢乐时光
Chapter 21 Aunt March Settles the Question
第二十一章 马奇婶婶解决问题
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  "Some handkerchiefs," said Beth.  "I'll get a little bottle of perfume. She likes it,and it won't cost much, so I'll have some left to buy pencils for drawing," added Amy.  "How willwe give the things?" asked Meg.  "We'll put them on the table, and bring her in and see her open each gift. Don't you remember how we used to do that on our birthdays?" answered Jo.  "I used to be so frightened when it was my turn to sit in the big chair, and see you all come around me to give me the presents, with a kiss. I liked the things and the kisses, but it was terrible to have you sit looking at me while I opened the presents," said Beth.  "Marmee will think we are getting things for ourselves, and then we'll surprise her. We must go shopping tomorrow afternoon, Meg. There is so much to do about the play for Christmas night,"said Jo, walking up and down the stairs, with her hands behind her back.  "I don't plan to act in any more plays after this one. I'm getting too old for such things," observed Meg, who still secretly delighted in dressing up and acting.  "You won't stop, I know, as long as you can walk around in a white dress. You are the best actress we've got, and there'll be an end to everyt,hing if you quit," said Jo. "We should practice our roles for the play tonight. There is still much work to be done before the Christmas play."  "I don't understand how you can write and act such wonderful things, Jo. You're a regular Shakespeare!"exclaimed Beth, who strongly believed her sisters were gifted with extraordinary talents.  "Not quite," replied Jo modestly, "though, I do think this play is a rather nice thing."  "Hello, my dear girls," said a cheery voice at the door, and the girls turned to welcome a tall,motherly lady with a "can-l-help-you" look about her which was truly delightful.

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