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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-03-22 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—20

 

 

 

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 wasn’t just as a novelist that Dickens expressed his views on society. As a journalist and then as a magazine editor, he had the chance to publish his observations on everything. And he fed his enormous appetite for the detail of life by taking long walks almost every day, regularly clocking up to 20 miles. As he walked, he observed every little oddity, a weird play of light, the strange bend of a nose on a passer-by. And he was most inspired by the walks he took at night.



There's a fantastic essay he wrote called Night Walks in which he describes wandering over to an insane asylum, Bethlehem Hospital, houseful of lunatics. And he goes there because he has a particular fancy in his head.



“Are not the sane and the insane equal at night as the sane lie adreaming? Are not all of us outside this hospital who dream more or less in the condition of those inside it every night of our lives?”



Basically, we’re as mad as the people inside at night, but what goes on inside our head and our dreams, said an afflicted man to me, when I was last in a hospital like this. Sir, I can frequently fly. I was half-ashamed to reflect that so could I by night, said a woman to me in the same occasion. Queen Vitoria frequently comes to dine with me and her Majesty and I dine off peaches and macaroni in our night gowns, could I refrain from reddening with consciousness, when I remember the amazing royal parties I myself had given at night?



That’s what I love about Dickens, his ability to come up with a conclusion or make an observation that you'd think would be bizarre, but actually when you hear it, seems perfectly natural. That’s why I think the night plays such a prominent role in his writing, because it gives him this ability to take those two worlds, the everyday and the familiar, the unfamiliar and the dark and the mysterious and superimpose them on each other simultaneously, so that throughout his writing, those two worlds are weaving in and out of each other, so at no one point do you know exactly where you stand?

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It wasn’t just as a novelist that Dickens expressed his views on society, as a journalist and then a magazine editor; he had the chance to publish his observations on everything. And he fed his enormous appetite for the detail of life by taking long walks almost every day, regularly clocking up the 20 miles. As he walked, he observed every little oddity, a weird play of light, the strange band of a nose on a passer-by. And he was most inspired by the walks he took that night.

There’s a fantastic essay he wrote called Night Walks in which he describes one dream over two, at an insane asylum, Bethlehem hospital, houseful of lunatics. And he goes there because he has a particular sense at his head.

“Are not the sane and the insane equal at night, as the sane lie a dreaming? Are not all of us outside this hospital, who dream, more or less in the condition of those inside it every night of our lives?”

Basically, we’re as bad as people inside at night, by what goes on in our head and our dreams, said an afflicted man to me, when I was last in a hospital like this. Sir, I can frequently fly. I was half-ashamed to reflect that so could I by night, said a woman to me in the same occasion. Queen Vitoria frequently come to dine with me and her majesty and I dine off peaches and macaronis in our night gowns, could I refrain from reddening with consciousness, when I remember the amazing royal parties I myself had given at night.

That’s why I love about Dickens, his abilities to come up with a conclusion or making observations that you think would be bizarre, but actually when you are here, it seems perfectly natural, that’s why I think the night plays such a prominent role in his writing, because it gives him this ability to take those two worlds, the everyday and the familiar, the unfamiliar and the dark and the mysterious, some super impose them on each other simultaneously, so that throughout his writing, those two worlds are weaving in and out of each other, so at one point, do you know exactly where you stand?

It's too obscure, that's why i hate classic literature.
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[Homework]2013-03-22 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—20

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it wasn't justice and noseless that Dickenson express his feel's on socioty. As a journalist and then a magazine editor, he had a chance to publish his observations on everything.antifair and appetite for detail of life  by taking long walks almost eveyday regularlly clocking 20 miles
as he walked,he observed every little autity.a wired play of light, a strange bank of nose of passerby.for the most inspired, of his walks he took at night.fantasitic essey he wrote about cold night waalks described best hospital
because he said, are not the sane and the insane equal at night.outside the hospital are dream more or less in the conditions at night as people as inside
at night but because of all inside our head not dreams.said back to me in hospital like this, Sir, i can frequently fly. i would be happy to reply so do i by night.said great royal party refrain from
that's why night plays  love of Dickson comes out such a prominent role in his writing.
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gaze is a bility to take from failiar simitaneously to know exactly and in the dark and throughout his year , take notes of the two world,



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[Homework]2013-03-22 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—20

It wasn't just as a novelist that Dickens expressed his views on society. As a journalist and then a magazine editor, he had the chance to publish his observations on everything. And he fed his enormous appetite for the detail of life by taking long walks, almost every day, regularly clocking up to 20 miles. As he walked, he observed every little oddity: a weird of play of light, the strange bend of a nose on a passer-by. And he was most inspired by the walks he took at night. There's a fantastic essay he wrote called Night Walks in which he describes wandering over to an insane asylum, Bethlehem Hospital, houseful of lunatics. And he goes there because he has a particular fancy in his head.
Are not the sane and the insane equal at night as the sane lie a dreaming? Are not all of us outside this hospital, who dream, more or less in the condition of those inside it, every night of our lives?
Basically we're as mad as people inside at night by what goes on inside our head in our dreams.
Said an afflicted man to me when I was last in a hospital like this. Sir, I can frequently fly. I was half ashamed to reflect that so could I--by night. Said a woman to me on the same occasion, Queen Victoria frequently comes to dine with me, and her Majesty and I dine off peaches and maccaroni in our night gowns... Could I refrain from reddening with consciousness when I remember the amazing royal parties I myself had given at night.
That's why I love about Dickens, his ability to come up with the conclusion or make observation that you think it would be bizarre, but actually when you are here, it seems perfectly natural. That's why I think the night plays such a prominent role in his writing, because it gives him ability to take those two worlds, the everyday in the familiar, the unfamiliar and the dark and the mysterious and the supreme impose them on each other simultaneously, so that throughout his writing, those two worlds are weaving in and out of each other, so at one point, do you know exactly when you stand?

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