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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-03-04 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—12

 

 

 

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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It will give you a high and a low and can make you cry, you can even be driving along in your car, you think about this thing, and you cry, but to...Why the high, where does the  high come from? Well, the high is the telling yourself that it's ok. Because of the presence of the worry of debt you will take highs from it to remove the... Let's say to remove the depression of it. And I think this is where the highs come and the crying and the emotion. Yeah. And he does great flourishes, he suddenly, you know when he's trying to enjoy himself, he enjoys himself very very noisily and energetically as if to show there's nothing wrong. That's very interesting. You have to show that there's nothing wrong.  To show that it's ok, it's ok. It's fine, come and have another drink. It's fine. I do.. And someone says to you, "you look a little bit tense, you look a little bit tense, you say" No no no, I'm fine, fine. It's ok. The other thing he does his causes is sometimes pretend that he is paying stuff back, but he'll, he'll know he's running up a debt and with the great flourish, he will write an IOU. I think that's wonderful, I think it's a wonderful idea I just wish I could write a few IOU to the bank and say, "well, that's you paid".

Micawber is a brilliant creation on his own, but what Dickens also does is show how debt spreads like an affection so that it extends its hold beyond Micawber onto anybody who he befriends. Like David Copperfield's friend, Tommy Traddles who sells a number of objects to the pawnshop to raise some money for Micawber. And then one day Traddles decides here's one thing he really wants back from that pawnshop, a little decorative pot given to him by his girlfriend.

As the pawnbroker will only sell it back to Traddles at an inflated price, he makes Peggotty to buy it back from, leaving Traddles himself waiting anxiously around the corner.

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[Homework]2013-03-04 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—12

It will give you a high and a low and can make you cry, you can be driving your car, you think about this thing, and you cry, but to...But why's the high, where does high come from? Well, the high is the, er, telling yourself that it's ok because of the presents of the worry of debt. He will take highs from it, to..remove the one, say, to remove the depression of it. And I think this is where the highest come and the crying and emotional. Yeah. He does great flourishes, he suddenly, you know, when he is trying to enjoy himself, he enjoys himself very very noisily and energetically as if to show there's nothing wrong. That's very interesting, you have to show that there's nothing wrong, yes, to.. show that it's ok, it's ok, yeah, fine, come out of the street, it's fine at home. Er, because, someone says to him, You look a little bit sad, you look a little bit tense, he says, No no no, I'm fine, fine is ok. The other thing he does his courses is sometimes pretend that he is paying stuff back, but he'll, he'll know he's running out of that and with the great flourish write if I were you game. That's wonderful, I think it's a wonderful idea * , a few, to.. the bank and say that you'll pay.
Micawber is a brilliant creation on his own, but what Dickens also does is to show how debt spreads like an affection so that it extends its hold beyond Micawber onto anybody who he befriends. Like David Copperfield's friend, Tommy Traddles who sells a number of objects to the pawnshop to raise some money for Micawber. And then Traddles signs what thing he really wants back from that pawnshop, a little decretive pot given to..by his girlfriend.
As the pawn broker would only sell it back to Traddles at an inflated price, he makes Peggotty to buy it back from, leaving Traddles himself waiting anxiously around the corner.

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It will give you a high and the low, and can make you cry, and usually even be driving along in the car, you think about lesion and you cry, but to
Why the high? Where does the high come from?
Well, the high is telling yourself that is OK, because of the presence of the worry of the debt. Yes! You will take highs from it to remove anyone… let’s say remove the depression of it, Yeah! And I think this is where the highs come and the crying and the emotion.
And he dose great flourishes, he suddenly you know when he is trying to enjoy himself, enjoy himself very, very noisily and energetically as if to show that there is nothing wrong.
And I feel interesting, you have to show that there is nothing wrong, yes! To show it’s ok, it’s ok, you’re fine, come and have a drink, it’s fine, I don’t… but someone says to you: why you look a bit sad? You look a bit tense. No, no, no I am fine, I am fine, it’s Ok.
The other thing he does it causes is sometimes pretend that he is paying staff back, but he’ll know he is running up a debt and with the great flourish, write an ‘I owe you’ and give you
I think that’s wonderful, it’s wonderful idea, I just wish I can write a few ‘I owe you ’ to the bank and say, well, that’s you paid.
M is brilliant creation on his own, but what Dickens also dose is show how debt spreads like an affection so that it extends its hold beyond M on anybody who he befriends.
Like David Copperfield’s friend Tommy T who sells a number of objects to the pawnshop to raise some money from M, and one day T decides this one thing he really wants back that pawnshop, but a little decorative pot given to him by his girlfriend.
As the pawnbroker will only sell it back to T at a inflated price, he makes P to buy it back from, leaving T himself waiting anxiously around the corner.
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