乞力马扎罗的雪=The Snows of Kilimanjaro(全英文原版)

乞力马扎罗的雪=The Snows of Kilimanjaro(全英文原版)

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不小心买了英文原版 顺便也训练一下英语阅读吧 书的封面有些旧了,但是纸张手感还不错

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  • ISBN:9787222182837
  • 装帧:一般轻型纸
  • 册数:暂无
  • 重量:暂无
  • 开本:32开
  • 页数:226
  • 出版时间:2019-01-01
  • 条形码:9787222182837 ; 978-7-222-18283-7


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  《乞力马扎罗的雪(英文版)》是诺贝尔、普利策双料得主海明威短篇小说精选集。  它收录《乞力马扎罗的雪》《世界之都》等18篇海明威经典短篇小说。《乞力马扎罗的雪》是他的著名短篇小说之一,蕴含着一种独特的人性力量。他的短篇成就非凡,独具视角,笔触尖锐而富有张力。《乞力马扎罗的雪(英文版)》是完美状态的海明威:精确、克制、神秘、忧伤,极好地诠释了极简文风、冰山理论,极具代表性。  海明威单脚站立写作,用简洁的文字表达丰富的思想,藏露有度,虚实结合,言有尽而意无穷,在有限篇幅中传递了蕴含无限的内涵。他开创的"冰山理论"和极简文风,深深影响了马尔克斯、塞林格等文学家的创作理念。


The Snows of Kilimanjaro
A Clean,Well-Lighted Place
The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife
The End of Something
The Three-Day Blow
Mr.and Mrs.Elliot
Cat in the Rain
A Day's Wait
Big Two-Hearted River Part I
Big Two.Hearted River Part II
The Capital of the World
The Revolutionist
Che Ti Dice la Patria
An Alpine Idyll
Homage to Switzerland
A Natural History of the Dead
Wine ofWyoming
Fathers and Sons


  He watched them holding themselves with their nos-es into the current, many trout in deep, fast moving wa-ter, slightly distorted as he watched far down through theglassy convex surface of the pool, its surface pushing andswelling smooth against the resistance of the log-drivenpiles of the bridge. At the bottom of the pool were the bigtrout. Nick did not see them at first. Then he saw them atthe bottom of the pool, big trout looking to hold them-selves on the gravel bottom in a varying mist of graveland sand, raised in spurts by the current. Nick looked down into the pool from the bridge. Itwas a hot day. A kingfisher flew up the stream. It was along time since Nick had looked into a stream and seentrout. They were very satisfactory. As the shadow of thekingfisher moved up the stream, a big trout shot up-stream in a long angle, only his shadow marking the an-gle, then lost his shadow as he came through the surfaceof the water, caught the sun, and then, as he went backinto the stream under the surface, his shadow seemed tofloat down the stream with the current, unresisting, tohis post under the bridge where he tightened facing upinto the current.  Nick's heart tightened as the trout moved. He felt allthe old feeling.  He turned and looked down the stream. It stretchedaway, pebbly-bottomed with shallows and big boulders and a deep pool as it curved away around the foot of abluff.  Nick walked back up the ties to where his pack layin the cinders beside the railway track. He was happy.He adjusted the pack harness around the bundle, pull-ing straps tight, slung the pack on his back, got his armsthrough the shoulder straps and took some of the pulloffhis shoulders by leaning his forehead against the wideband of the tump-line. Still, it was too heavy. It was muchtoo heavy. He had his leather rod-case in his hand andleaning forward to keep the weight of the pack high onhis shoulders he walked along the road that paralleledthe railway track, leaving the burned town behind in theheat, and then turned off around a hill with a high, fire-scarred hill on either side onto a road that went back intothe country. He walked along the road feeling the achefrom the pull of the heavy pack. The road climbed stead-ily. It was hard work walking up-hill. His muscles achedand the day was hot, but Nick felt happy. He fek he hadleft everything behind, the need for thinking, the need towrite, other needs. It was all back of him. From the time he had gotten down off the train andthe baggage man had thrown his pack out of the opencar door things had been different. Seney was burned,the country was burned over and changed, but it didnot matter. It could not all be burned. He knew that.  ……


  欧内斯特·米勒·海明威(1899—1961),美国著名作家,兴起于20世纪20年代美国“迷惘的一代”重要的代表作家。作品有《太阳照常升起》《永别了,武器》《丧钟为谁而鸣》等。1954年,海明威 “由于他对叙事艺术的精通,突出地表现在他的近作《老人与海》中,同时也由于他对当代文风的影响”而获得诺贝尔文学奖。

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