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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-02-27 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—10

 

 

 

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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Dickens’comedy still seems fresh, but it’s the dark and serious nature of his themes that make his novel seem surprisingly modern. And there is no more dominant theme in those novels than money.



In Dickens’ world, heroes and villains are obsessed with money, how to get it, what to do with it, and above all the terror of losing it. Huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dikcens’ own childhood. His father John Dickens was forever in debt and at one point endured the public shame of being sent to debtors’ prison. Charles was taken out of school at age 12 for sent to work in a shoe polish warehouse to feed his family, an experience haunted him for the rest of his life.



When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens poured many of these feelings into the serial debtor, Mr. Micawber.

Now Mr. Micawber is such a brilliant character, I think we have this image of him from TV adaptations of being just a sort of gregarious, fat, rather optimistic chap, who even though he has no money, he’s always talking about his expectation that something is just around the corner, something is gonna turn up. It’s so different when you read the book, there are some much more sophisticated painful read, because Micawber can start off by being very affectionate and outgoing and full of high spirits and so to say there’s a genuine affection between him

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[Homework]2013-02-27 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—10

Dickens' comedy still seems fresh,but the dark and serious nature of his themes made his novel seem surprisingly boredom,and no more dominant theme in those novels than money. In Dickens' world, her, oes and villains are obssessed with money, how to get it, what to do with it and all the terror of losing it. Huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dickens's all childhood. His father, John Dickens , was forever in debt,and at one point in June, the public shame of being sent to debts of prison. Charlse was take out of school, at the age of 12, was sent to work in a shoe polsih warehouse to feed his family and the experience haunted him for the rest of his life.When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens poured many of this feelings into the serial *, Mr Micawber. That Mr. Micawber is such a brilliant character, I think we have the same image of him from the TV adaptation of being just a sort of gregarious, fat,*,optimistic chap, even though he has no money, he is always talking about expectation , something is just around the corner, something is going to come up. It is so different when you read the book,very, so much more sophisticated, painful * bcause Macawber can start off by being very affectionate outgoing and full of high spirtis and let's say the genuine affectionate between him







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Dickens’ comedy still seems fresh, but it’s the dark and serious nature of his themes that make his novel seem surprisingly modern. And there is no more dominant theme in those novels than money.

In Dickens’ world, heroes and villains are obsessed with money, how to get it, what to do with it, and above all the terror of losing it. Huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dikcens’ own childhood. His father John Dickens was forever in debt and at one point endured the public shame of being sent to debtors’ prison. Charles was taken out of school at age 12 for sent to work in a shoe polish warehouse to feed his family, an experience haunted him for the rest of his life.

When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens poured many of these feelings into the serial debtor, Mr. Micawber. Now Mr. Micawber is such a brilliant character, I think we have this image of him from TV adaptations of being just a sort of gregarious, fat, rather optimistic chap, who even though he has no money, he’s always talking about his expectation that something is just around the corner, something is gonna turn up. It’s so different when you read the book, there are some much more sophisticated painful read, because Micawber can start off by being affectionate and outgoing and full of high spirits and so to say there’s a genuine affection between him and
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[Homework]2013-02-27 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—10

Dickens' comedy still seems fresh but it's the dark and serious nature of his themes that make his novels seem surprisingly boredom and his normal dominant theme of the novels -- the money. In Dickens' world, heroes and villains are obssessed with money-- how to get it, what to do with it and above all the terror of losing it. Huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dickens' own childhood. His fater, John Dickens, was forever in debt,one point endured the publc shame of being sent to debters' prison. Charles was taken out of school and at age 12 was sent to a shoe polish warehouse to feed his family-- an experience holds him for the rest of his life. When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens poured many of these feelings into this serial debter Mr. Mecober. Now, Mr. Mecober, a ... such a brilliant character. I think we have this image of him from TV adaptations of being very gregarian, fat and rather optimistic. Even though he has no money, he's always talking about his expectatios that something is just around the corner, something is going to turn up. It's so different when you read the book. There's more sophisticated painful rage because Mecober can start off by being very affectionate, outgoing and, and full of high spirits and the genuine affection between him ...

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[Homework]2013-02-27 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—10

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[Homework]2013-02-27 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—10

Dickens' comedy still seems fresh, but it's the dark and serious nature of his themes that make his novel seem surprisingly boredom. And there is no more dominant theme in those novels than money. In Dickens' world, heroes and villains are obsessed with money. How to get it, what to do with it, and above all the terror of losing it. Huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dickens' own childhood. His father, John Dickens, was forever in debt, and at one point endured the public shame of being sent to debtor's prison. Charles was taken out of school, at age 12 was sent to work at a shoe polish warehouse to feed his family, an experience haunted him for the rest of his life. When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens poured many of these feelings into the serial debtor, Mr. Micawber. Now Mr. Micawber is such a brilliant character. I think we have this image of him from TV adaptations of being just sort of gregarious, fat, rather optimistic chap, who even though has no money, he is always talking about his expectation that something is just around the corner, something is going to turn up. He is so different when you read the book, there are some much more sophisticated, painful read because Micawber can start off by being very affectionate, outgoing and full of high spirits, so to say the genuine affection between him...
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[Homework]2013-02-27 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—10

Dickens' comedy still seems fresh, but it's the dark and serious nature of his themes that makes his novels seem surprisingly boredom. And there's no more dominant theme in these novels than money. In Dickens' world, heroes and villains are obsessed with money, how to get it or to do with it and above all the terror of losing it. Huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dickens' own childhood. His father, John Dickens, was forever in debt and one point endured the public shame of being sent to debtors' prison. Charles was taken out of school at age 12 and was sent to work in a shoe-polish warehouse to feed his family, an experienced haunted him for the rest of his life.

When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens poured many of these feelings into the serial debtor, Mr. Micawber.
-Now, Mr. Micawber is such a brilliant character. I think we have this image of him from TV adaptations of being just a sort of gregarious, fat, rather optimistic chap, who even though has no money, is still talking about expectation that something is just around the corner, something is going to turn up. It's so different when you read the book. That is so much more sophisticated painful read, because Micawber can start off by being very affectionate and outgoing and full of high spirits. That's to say, there's a genuine affection between him and...



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Dickens’ comedy still seems fresh, but it’s dark and serious nature of his themes that make his novel seems surprising modern, but it’s normal dominant theme in those novels- the money.
In Dickens’ world, heroes and villains are obsessed with money, how to get it, what to do with it, above all the terror of losing it. The huge fear of debt and poverty can be traced back to Dickens own childhood. His father John Dickens was forever in debt and one point endured the public shame of being sent to debtors’ prison. Charles was taken out of school at age 12 was sent to work in a Shoe Polish Warehouse to feed his family and experience haunted him for the rest of his life.
When he came to write David Copperfield, Dickens put many of these feelings into the serial debtor, Mr. Micawber.
Now, Mr. M is such brilliant character. I think we have this image of him from TV adaptations of being just a sort of gregarious, fat rather optimistic chap even though he has no money he’s always talking about his expectation that something is just around the corner, something is gonna turn up. It’s so different when you read the book there is so much more sophisticated painful read, because M can start off by being very affectionate and outgoing and full of high spirits and so there is a genuine affection between him.
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