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BBC: Armandos Tale of Charles Dickens  | BBC 狄更斯其人


     阿曼多·阿努奇通过研究狄更斯的自传体小说《大卫·科波菲尔》探究了狄更斯究竟是如何成为了世界顶尖的英国作家。虽然狄更斯常被人们认为是一个社会改革家,并因为其维多利亚风情浓厚的著作而闻名天下,但是,BBC却另辟蹊径,从作品出发,研究为什么狄更斯的作品如此引人入胜,他的作品对21世纪的今天有何种启示...



 

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The readers he stops in their tracks.



-The thing is he has a very driving narrative in pace.

-Yeah.

-He's got to get where he's going.

-Yeah.

-But along the way, something like that, will just, boom!





And those who suggest the Dickensian characters are still living among us now.





-Some of it is timeless. Ah, yeah, this, you see it all the time. Not me, obviously, but……….




-Not me, definitely.





Before the best-sellers of Dan Brown and J.K.Rowing, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was the spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.





Dickens was the complete writer. He wrote 15 novels; he invented 989 brand-new characters; he edited newspapers and magazines; he wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters. Sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.





Now I haven’t read all of these. I doubt many people have. But I don't think we should be put off by the sheer volume of Dickens' output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he has such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that was recognizable as he tackled the big issues--crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. And I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me feels like a continuation of all the rest, every character just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.





-To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I...






The comedian, Phill Jupitus, didn't know any Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There, he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first (time?)


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The readers he stops in their tracks.

The thing is he has a very driving narrative in pace. He’s got to get where he’s going.

Yeah.

But along the way, something like that will just boom!

And those who suggest that Dickens’ characters were still living among us now.

Some of it is timeless, yeah, and you see it all time, not me obviously. But…something * me definitely.

Before the best sellers of Dan Brown and J.K. Rowling, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was the spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.

Dickens was a complete writer. He wrote 15 novels. He invented 989 brand-new characters. He edited newspapers and magazines. He wrote speeches, play, short stories, pamphlets, letters. Sometimes, he did all these things simultaneously.

Now I haven’t read all of these. I know many people have. But I don’t think we should be put off by the share volume of Dickens’ output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he had such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that was recognizable as he tackled the big issues—crying, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. And I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me fells like a continuation of all the rest. Every character just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.

To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I…

The comedian, Phill Jupitus, didn’t know anything Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first…
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[Homework]2013-02-08 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—2

The readers he stops in their tracks.

-The thing is he has a very driving narrative in pace.
-Yeah.
-He's got to get where he was going.
-Yeah.
-But along the way, something like that were just boom!


And those who suggested that Dickensian characters are still living among us now.


-Some of it is timeless. Ah, yeah, you see it all the time. Not me, obviously, but, you know, something ...
-Not me, definitely.


Before the best-sellers of Don Brown and J.K.Rowing, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was this spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.


Dickens was a complete writer. He wrote 15 novels; he invented 989 brand new characters; he edited newspapers and magazines; he wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters. Sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.


Now I haven't read all of these. I don't know many people have. But I don't think we should be put off by the share volume of Dickens' output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he has such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that was recognizable as he tackled the big issues--crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. But I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me feels like a continuation of all the rest, every character just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. so I think the best to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.


-To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I...
The comedian, Phil Jupiters, didn't know any Dickens until he decided to perform a show at Edinburgh Festival. There, he would read out aloud works he was seeing for the first ...



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[Homework]2013-02-08 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—2

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Some of it is timeless, yeah, and as you see it all time, not me obviously. But…something made me difference. hahha ....
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Dickens was the complete writer,in all his 50 novels he invented 989 Brown new characters,he edited in  Newspapers and Magazines in all his speeches ,plays shortstories, pumplet, letters sometimes in all his things simultaneously.
And now i have read all of this,i know many people have but i don't think we should be put off by the shared volume of Dickens out for all his reputation.the greatest thing about it has such a distinctly tone,a unique style and recognizable as he tackled the big issues—crying, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear and i think we can join him at any point.
Each novel to  me feels like contiuation of all the rest,every character just what inhabitant in virtual world created the imagination.So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.
To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I…

The comedian, Phill Jupitus, didn’t know anything Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first…



This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The readers he stops in their tracks.

The thing is, he has a very driving narrative in the pieces. Yeah. He's got to get where he's going. Yeah. But along the ways something like that will just boom.
And those who suggest that Dickensian characters are still living among us now.
Some of it's timeless, yeah. And you see it all the time. Not me, obviously. No, something, me, definitely.

Before the bestsellers of Dan Brown and JK Rowling, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwan and Martin Amis, there was the spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.

Dickens was the complete writer. He wrote 15 novels. He invented 989 brand-new characters, he edited newspapers and magazines. He wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters. Sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.

Now, I haven't read all of these. I doubt many people have. But I don't think we should be put off by the sheer volume of Dickens's output, or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he had such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that was recognisable as he tackled the big issues - crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. And I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me feels like a continuation of all the rest. Every character just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in!

To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I...

Comedian Phill Jupitus didn't know any Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first ...
1

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[Homework]2013-02-08 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—2

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The readers he stops their tracks.

-The thing is he has a very driving narrative in pace.
-Yeah.
-He's got to get where he was going.
-Yeah.
-But along the way, something like that,were just , boom!


And those who suggest that Dickensian characters are still living among us now.


-Some of it is timeless. Ah, yeah, this, you see it all the time. Not me, obviously, but, you know, something ...
-Not me, definitely.


Before the best-sellers of Dan Brown and J.K.Rowing, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was this spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.


Dickens was the complete writer. He wrote 15 novels; he invented 989 brand-new characters; he edited newspapers and magazines; he wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters. Sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.


Now I haven read all of these. I don't know many people have. But I don't think we should be put off by the share volume of Dickens' output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he has such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that was recognizable as he tackled the big issues--crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. But I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me feels like a continuation of all the rest, every character just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.


-To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I...
The comedian, Phil Jupiters, didn't know any Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There, he would read out aloud works he was seeing for the first (time?)
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The readers he stops in their tracks.

-The thing is he has a very driving narrative in pace.
-Yeah.
-He's got to get where
he's
going.
-Yeah.
-But along the way, something like that,
will
just, boom!


And those who suggest
the
Dickensian characters are still living among us now.


-Some of it is timeless. Ah, yeah, this, you see it all the time. Not me, obviously, but……….


-Not me, definitely.


Before the best-sellers of Dan Brown and J.K.Rowing, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was
the
spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.


Dickens was the complete writer. He wrote 15 novels; he invented 989 brand-new characters; he edited newspapers and magazines; he wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters. Sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.


Now I
haven’t read all of these. I doubt many people have. But I don't think we should be put off by the sheer volume of Dickens' output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he has such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that was recognizable as he tackled the big issues--crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. And
I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me feels like a continuation of all the rest, every character just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.


-To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I...



The comedian, Phill Jupitus, didn't know any Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There, he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first (time?)

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[Homework]【整理】2013-02-08 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—2

The readers he stops in their tracks. The thing is he has a very driving narrative in pace. Yeah. He's got where's going. Yeah. But along the way, something like that, will just, boom!
And those who suggest that Dickensian characters are still living among us now.
Some of it is timeless. Ah, yeah, and this, you see all the time, not me, obviously, but there's something...Not me, definitely.
Before the bestsellers of Dan Brown and J.K. Rowling, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was this spectacularly popular, critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.
Dickens was the complete writer. He wrote 15 novels; he invented 989 brand new characters; he edited newspapers and magazines; he wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters, sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.
Now I haven't read all of these, I doubt many people have, but I don't think we should be put off by the sheer volume of Dickens' output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he has such a distinctive tone, such a unique style that is recognizable as he tackled the big issues-- crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. And I think you can join him at any point. Each novel, to me, feels like continuation of all the rest. Every character, just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose your point and dive in.
To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment,I...
The comedian, Phil Jupiters, didn't know any Dickens, until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival. There he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first time.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The readers he stops in their tracks
The thing is he has very a driving narrative in pace, he’s got where he’s going, but along the way something like that, which just, Boom
And those suggested that Dickens’ characters are still living among us now.
Some of it is timeless, oh yeah, and that’s you say it all time, not me, obviously, but you know, something
Not me, definitely
Before the best sellers of Dan Brown and J. K. Rowing, before the literary fireworks of Ian McEwen and Martin Amis, there was spectacularly popular and critically applauded writing of Charles Dickens.
Dickens war the complete writer. He wrote 50 novels, he invented 989 brand-new characters, he edited news papers and magazines, he wrote speeches, plays, short stories, pamphlets, letters, sometimes he did all these things simultaneously.
Now I haven’t read all of these, I doubt many people have, but I don’t think we should be put off by the sheer volume of Dickens’ output or his reputation. The great thing about him is that he has such a distinctive tone, such a unique style, recognizable policy, tackled the big issues: crime, death, poverty, riches, guilt, fear. And I think you can join him at any point. Each novel to me feels like a continuation of all the rest, every characters just one inhabitant in a virtual world created in his imagination. So I think the best way to tackle Dickens is to choose you point and dive in.
To resume the consideration of the curious question of refreshment, I ….
The comedian, Phil Jupitus, didn’t know any Dickens until he decided to perform a show at the Edinburgh Festival, there he would read out loud works he was seeing for the first……
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