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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-02-11 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—3

 

 

 

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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I turn my disconsolate eye on the refreshments that are to restore me. I find that I must either stuff into my delicate organization, a currant pin cushion, which I know will swell into immmeasurable dimensions when it's got there. Or I must extort from an iron-bound quarry with a fork, ‘cause if I were farming an inhospitable soil, some glutinous lumps of gristle and grease called pork pie.

I just found myself forgetting I was at a gig and doing it live. He’d give reign to the most inconsequential thoughts. He’d expand on ideas and they kind of build through the pieces.

Yeah.

You can almost sense his thought process as he writes.

Yes.

Got me? you cannot.

Yeah, go ahead.

Can I just take one which in, um, Mugby Junction.

Not many people know Mugby Junction. Mugby Junction is one of the latest… it's not really a novel as such, is it?

No, it’s just a story about a man who arrives at this train station, Mugby Junctio.

All right.

Which becomes a bit a sort of allegory for where he’s at his life.

Right.

He spoke to himself there was no one there he speaks to, perhaps, though had there been anyone else to speak to, he would have preferred to speak to himself. Speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within five years of 50 either way, who had turned gray too soon like a neglected fire. A man with many indications on him of having been much alone.

Oh.

And it’s just.

Yeah, yeah...

You just stop, and it's just

What's the fire thing, like a decaying?

It was, a man turned gray too soon, like a neglected fire.

A neglected fire.

The thing is, he has a very drying narrative in the pieces. He’s got to get where he’s going, but along the way, something like that will just boom!

It kind of stops you in the track. And the other thing I find about it, it’s not flashy. Again, we have this image of Dickens with big, long sentences of very florid and it’s not like that at all. A lot of it is very simple and suddenly there’s a phrase there that just...

Yes, it’s very difficult to go two pages without a phrase...

Yes.

Just giving you a little...

Yeah.

I mean, emotionally, I felt, ‘cause when I read him, it was 3 years ago as I was 45. I feel like an idiot for not having picked any up before.

Dickens was born in 1812. By the time he was 30, he was the most famous writer in the world.

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…I turn my disconsolate eye on the refreshments that are to restore me. I find that I must either stuff into my delicate organization, a current pin cushion, which I know will swell into a measurable dimensions when it has got there, or, I must extort from an iron-bound quarry with a fork, ‘cause if I were farming an inhospitable soil, some glutinous lumps of * and grease called pork pie.
I just found myself forgetting I was at a gig. I’m doing it live. He’d give reign to the most inconsequential thoughts. He’d expand on ideas and they kind of build through the pieces.
Yeah.
You can almost sense his thought process as he writes.
Yeah.
Can I…?
Yeah, go on…
Can I just take one, which is…Mugby Junction.
Not many people know Mugby Junction, Mugby Junction is one of the latest…not really a novel as such, is it?
No, it’s just a story about a man who, who arrives at this train station, Mugby Junction…
All right.
…which becomes a bit a sort of allegory for where, where he’s at his life.
Right.
He spoke to himself there was no one there he speaks to, perhaps, though had there been anyone else to speak to, he would have preferred to speak to himself. Speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within five years of 50 either way, who had turned gray too soon like a neglected fire. A man with many indications on him of having been much alone.
Oh...
And it’s just...*** and it’s just...
Was the fire thing, like a decaying...?
It was, a man turned gray too soon, like a neglected fire.
A neglected fire.
The thing is, he has a very drying narrative in the pieces. He’s got to get where he’s going, but along the way, something like that will just boom!
It kind of stops you in the track. And the other thing I find about it, it’s not flashy. Again, we have this image of Dickens with big, long sentences of very *. It’s not like that at all. A lot of it is very simple and suddenly there’s a phrase there that just...
Yes, it’s very difficult to go two pages without a phrase...
Yes.
Just giving you a little...
Yeah.
I mean, emotionally, I feel, ‘cause when I read him, it was three years ago,**45. I feel like an idiot for not having picked any up before.
Dickens was born in 1812. By the time he was 30, he was the most famous writer in the world.
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[Homework]2013-02-11 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—3

...I turned my disconsolate eye on the refreshments that are to restore me. I find I must either stuff into my delicate association, a current pin cushion, which I know will swell into a measurable dimensions when it was got there, or I must extort from an iron-bound * with a fork, as if I was farming inhospitable soil some glutinous lumps of g* and grease called pork pie.

-I just find myself forgetting I was at a gig and doing it live. He gave reign to the most inconsequential thoughts.
-Yes.
-He'd expanded on ideas and kind of built through the pieces. You can almost sense his thought process as he writes.
-Yeah.
-Can I?
-Yeah, go on.
-Can I just take one which is Mugby Junction.
-Not many people know Mugby Junction. Mugby Junction is one of the latest, not really a novel as such, isn't it?
-No, it's just a story about a man who arrives this train station, Mugby Junction.
-All right.
-...which becomes a bit a sort of allegory for where, where he's at his life.
-Right.
-He spoke to himself as there was no one else to speak to. Perhaps though had there been anyone else to speak to, he would prefer to speak to himself. Speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within 5 years of 50 either way, who turned to grey too soon, like a neglected fire. A man has many indications on him of having been much alone.
-Oh.
-And it's just.
-Oh, yeah...Was it a fire thing, it's just decaying...
-It was a man turned grey too soon like a neglected fire.
-A neglected fire.
-The thing is he had a very enjoying narrative in that pieces. He's got where he's going. But along the way, something like would just boom.
-Kind of stop you in the track. And another thing I find about it. It's not very flashy. Again we have the image of Dickens with big long sentences very fluent. And it's not like that at all. A lot of it is very simple and then suddenly there is a phrase there that just...
-Yeah. It's very difficult to go two pages without a phrase. Just giving you a little.
-Yeah.
-I mean emotionally I feel, cause when I was reading, it was three years to get 45. I felt like an idiot for I haven't picked any up before.


Dickens was born in 1812. By the time when he was 30, he was the most famous writer in the world.

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-I just find myself forgetting I was at a gig and doing it live. He gave reign to the most inconsequential thoughts.
-Yes.
-He'd expanded on ideas and kind of built through the pieces. You can almost sense his thought process as he writes.
-Yeah.
-Can I?
-Yeah, go on.
-Can I just take one which is Mugby Junction.
-Not many people know Mugby Junction. Mugby Junction is one of the latest, not really a novel as such, isn't it?
-No, it's just a story about a man who arrives this train station, Mugby Junction.
-All right.
-...which becomes a bit a sort of allegory for where, where he's at his life.
-Right.
-He spoke to himself as there was no one else to speak to. Perhaps though had there been anyone else to speak to, he would prefer to speak to himself. Speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within 5 years of 50 either way, who turned to grey too soon, like a neglected fire. A man has many indications on him of having been much alone.
-Oh.
-And it's just.
-Oh, yeah...Was it a fire thing, it's just decaying...
-It was a man turned grey too soon like a neglected fire.
-A neglected fire.
-The thing is he had a very enjoying narrative in that pieces. He's got where he's going. But along the way, something like would just boom.
-Kind of stop you in the track. And another thing I find about it. It's not very flashy. Again we have the image of Dickens with big long sentences very fluent. And it's not like that at all. A lot of it is very simple and then suddenly there is a phrase there that just...
-Yeah. It's very difficult to go two pages without a phrase. Just giving you a little.
-Yeah.
-I mean emotionally I feel, cause when I was reading, it was three years to get 45. I felt like an idiot for I haven't picked any up before.
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[Homework]2013-02-11 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—3

I turn my disconsolate eye on the refreshments that are to restore me. I find that I must either stuff into my delicate organization, a current pin cushion, which I know will swell into the measurable dimensions when it's got there, or, I must extort from an iron-bound quarry with a fork, as if I were farming in inhospitable soil, some glutinous lumps of glues and grease called pork pie.
I just found myself, forgetting I was a gape and doing it live. It gave reign to the most inconsequential thoughts. It did expand on ideas, and that kind of build through the pieces. You can almost sense his thought processes as he writes, coming...Can I? Yeah, go on. Just take one, which is, er, Mugby Junction. Not many people know Mugby Junction. Mugby Junction is one of the latest, not really a novel as such, is it? No, it's just a story about a man who arrives at this train station, Mugby Junction. All right. Which becomes a bit of sort of an allegory for where, where he's at his life. Right. He spoke to himself, there was no one there to speak to. Perhaps, though, had there been anyone else to speak to, he would prefer to speak to himself. Speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within five years of 50 either way, who had turned gray too soon, like a neglected fire. A man with many indications on him of having been much alone. Oh...And it's just...Yeah, yeah, yeah.Oh, you just...Was the fire thing, like decaying? It was, a man turned gray too soon like a neglected fire. A neglected fire. The thing is, he has a very driving narrative in the pace. Yeah. He's got where he is going. Yeah. But along the way, something like will just, boom! Kind of stop you in the track. And the other thing I find about him, it's not flashy. Again, we have this image of Dickens with big, sentences, very florid, and it's not like that, at all. A lot of it is very simple, and suddenly there is a phrase that just...It's very difficult to go two pages without a phrase. Yes. Just give you a little. Yeah. I mean, emotionally I, I feel, coz when I read him, it was three years ago, that was 45. I felt like an idiot for not having picked up any before.
Dickens was born in 1812. By the time he was 30, he was the most famous writer in the world.

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[Homework]
I turn my disconsolate eye on the refreshments that are to restore me. I found I must either stuff into my delicate organization, a current pin pushing which I know will swell into a measurable dimension when it was got there or I must extort from an iron-bound query with a fork, if I was framing in an inhospitable soil. Some glutinous lumps of grease and grease called pork pie.
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I just find myself forgiving I’m just a gig doing it a living. He give rein to the most inconsequential source.

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Yes.

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He’d expand on ideas and a kind of build through the pieces. You can almost sense his thoughts process as he writes.

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Yes.

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*

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Not many people know Mugby Junction. Mugby Junction is one of the latest story novel as such, isn’t it?

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No, it’s not just a story about a man who arrives this train station, Mugby Junction.

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All right.

-
Which becomes a bit the sort of an allegory where, where he is and his life.

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Right.

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He spoke to himself. There was no one else to speak to. Perhaps though had there been anyone else to speak to, he would prefer to speak to himself. Speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within 5 years 50 either way, who had turned grey to soon like a neglected file. A man with many indications on him of having been much alone.

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Oh.

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And it’s just

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Year

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*

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it was a man turned grey to soon like a neglected file.

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Neglected file.

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The thing is he has a very enjoying, narrative in the pieces. He has got where he was going, but alone the way, something like that just boom.

-
Kind of stop in the track and another thing I find about it is not flashy. Again we have the same image of Dickens with big long sentences very fluent. It’s not like that at all. A lot of it is very simple and then suddenly there is a phrase there that just…

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It’s very difficult to go two pages without a phrase

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Yes.

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Just giving you a little at all.

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Year

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I mean emotionally I feel cause when I reading was in three years to get 45. I feel I am idiot for I haven’t picked up anything before.


Dickens was born in 1812. By the time he was 30, he was the most famous writer in the world.
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I turn my disconsolate eyes on the refreshments that are to restore me. I find that I must either stuff into my delicate organisation, a currant pincushion which I know will swell into immeasurable dimensions when it has got there; or, I must extort from an iron- bound quarry, with a fork, as if I were farming an inhospitable soil, some glutinous lumps of gristle and grease, called pork-pie.
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Understand, I turn my disconsolate eye on the refreshments that are to restore me, I find that I must either stuff into my delicate organization, a current pin cushion which I know will swell into immeasurable dimensions when it’s got there, or I must extort from an iron-bound quarry with a fork, cause if I were farming in hospitable soil, some glutinous lumps of gristle and grease called pork pie.
I just find myself forgetting I was at a gig and doing it live, he’d give reign to the most inconsequential thoughts, yeah! he’d expand on ideas and they kind of build through pieces. Yes! You could almost sense his thought process as he writes.
Yes
Got me? you can’t
Yeah, go ahead
Can I just take one which is, um, Mugby Junction
Not many people know Mugby Junction, Mugby Junciton one of the latest, it’s not real a novel as such is it?
No, it’s just a story about a man who arrives at this train station, Munby Junction.
All right
Which becomes a bit sort of allegory for where he’s in his life
Right
He spoke himself, there was no one else to speak to, perhaps though had there been anyone else to speak to, he would have preferred to speak to himself, speaking to himself, he spoke to a man within 5 years of 15 either way, who had turned gray too soon like a neglected fire, a man with many indications on him of having been much alone.
Oh  And he just stop, he just
What’s the fire thing, like a decaying
That was, a man turn gray too soon like a neglected fire
Neglected fire
The thing is he has very driving narrative in the pace, he’s got where is going, but along the way something like that will just boom
It kind of stop you in the track, and the other thing I find about it is not flashy, again we have the same image of Dickens with big long sentence of very florid, as not like that at all, a lot of it is very simple, and in suddenly there is a phrase there that just..
It’s very difficult to go two page without a phrase, yes! Just giving you a little…
Yeah
I mean, emotionally, I feel, cause when I read him, it’s three years ago as I was 45, I felt like an idiot for not having picked any up before.
Dickens was born in 1812, by the time he was 30, he was the most famous writer in the world.
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