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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-02-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—1

 

 

 

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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This is the Dickens' world in Kent, a vast tourist/ attraction built to take / visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens.



-Hello!




-Hello! How are you?




-I'm good. Thank you. Who are you? And you are here all the time?




-I'm Christopher Cober at your services, sir.






-Are you Mr. Cober?



-Right, Very good to meet you here.

And you are?




-Hello, sir. I'm Nancy.




-Are you Nancy? Aren't you dead?





-That’s our famous Great Expectation Boat Ride.




-Great Expectation Boat Ride?




-Indeed.




-OK. Have you got the Artful Dodgers? Have you got that?




- Artful Dodgers?.




-May I come through?



- You may, sir.







-Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just get in here. But surely, there’s more to Dickens than this, more than just a designer logo attached to television costume dramas and West End shows about street urchins. It's so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off, / a dazzling talent like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.  





I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long-dead audience. Dickens' world of /imagination is as complex and as dark and as sophisticated as any modern city, and the characters he creates are as real and psychologically driven as the inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that's why I believe that the true Dickensian world is our world.





Dickens, the 19th century novelist, speaks to us now, and I want to gage his impact and relevance by talking not to literary critics and biographers, but to his readers. I meet those who Dickens makes laugh.










-It was difficult to enjoy her society, without becoming conscious of a smell of spirits. So what he is basically saying is this woman stank of alcohol.

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This is Dickens’ world in Kent, a vast tourist attraction built to take visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens.

Hello.
How are you?
I’m good, thank you. How are you? And you are here all the time?
Mr. * at your service sir.
And you are Mr.*, very good, and you, you are?
Hello, sir, I’m Nancy.
Ah you are Nancy. Aren’t you dead?

…our famous Great Expectations’ boat ride?
Great Expectations’ boat ride. Ok, have you got the Artful Dodgems? Have you got that?
Eh, Artful Dodgems. May I come through?
*** Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just get in here.

But surely, there’s more to Dickens than this. More than just a designer logo attached to television costume dramas and western shows about street urchins.

It’s so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off, a dazzling talent, like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.

I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn’t just quality entertainment for a long-dead audience. Dickens’ world of imagination is as complex and as dark and as sophisticated as any modern city, and the characters he creates are as real and as psychologically driven as inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that’s why I believe that the true Dickens’ world is our world.

Dickens, the 19th century novelist, speaks to us now. And I want to engage his impact and relevance by talking not to literature critics or biographers, but to his readers. I’ll meet those who Dickens makes laugh.

It was difficult to enjoy her society without becoming conscious of the smell of spirits. So what it’s basically saying is this woman stank of alcohol…
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This is Dickens' world in Kent. A vast tourist attractions built to take visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens. "Hello! How are you?"I'm good Thank you.How are you? You're here. You're Scott Bert. Very good. And you are? Alex, sir. Dancing. Dancing, are you date?

Better.* is very expected.The Great Expectation is foregrounded.Ok,have you got, you've got the upward dogens? The dogens? Fantastic, thank you very much.Just get in here? But surely. There is more to Dickens than this. More than just a designer logo attached to television costume dramas and western shows about street urgence. It's so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him. Some sort of Victorian showman, but unique one of dazzling talent like Harry Hudiny or Charlie Chaplin a superstar from the past. I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long day audience.Dickens' work of imagination is as complex as dark and sophisticated as any modern city. And the characters he creats are as real and psychologically driven as happening in urben landscape today. And that's why I believe that the true Dickens' world is our world.Dickens the 19th century novelist speaks to his nome. I want to engage his impact and relevance by talking not literature critics and biographers but his readers. Are we all * make Dickens laugh. It was difficult to enjoy her society without being conscious of the spell of spirit. So what he's basically saying a stank of alcohol.
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  This is Dickens’s world in Kent. A vast tourist attraction built to take visitors inside the novels of Dickens. Hello, how are you? I am good, thank you. Are you **?  You are? Hello, sir, Nancy. You Nancy.  Are you dead?
   
   
   Thanks very much, just get in here.
   But surely there is more to Dickens than to this, more than just a designed logo attached to television costume drama and western shows about street urgence.
   It is so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit, some sort of Victory showman the unique one of dazzling talent, like *******, a superstar from the past.
   I want to show the works of Charles Dickens is not just quality of entertainment for a long dead audience. Dickens’ world of imagination is complex and is dark and is sophisticated. Is there any modern city and the characters he created are as real and psychologically driven as in inhabitants of any urban landscape today. That is why I believe the true Dickens’s world is our world.
   Dickens, the 19 century novelist, speaks to us now. And I want to engage, package and relevance, talking not literate critics, biographers but its readers. *** dickens’s made laugh.
   It was difficult to enjoy her society without becoming conscious of a spell of spirits. So what is basically saying is stank of alcohol.
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This is Dickens’ world in Kent, a vast tourist attraction built to take visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens.

Hello.
How are you?
I’m good, thank you. Who are you?
I'm Mr. bla bla at your service sir.
Oh you are Mr. bla bla, you are here all the time? very good, and you, you are?
Hello, sir, I’m Nancy.
Ah you are Nancy. Aren’t you dead?


That is our famous Great Expectations’ boat ride.
Great Expectations’ boat ride. Ok, have you got the Artful Dodger? Have you got that?
Eh, Artful Dodger. May I come through?
You may, sir.
Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just get in here.

But surely, there’s more to Dickens than this. More than just a designer logo attached to television costume dramas and western shows about street urchins.

It’s so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off, a dazzling talent, like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.

I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn’t just quality entertainment for a long-dead audience. Dickens’ world of imagination is as complex and as dark and as sophisticated as any modern city, and the characters he creates are as real and as psychologically driven as inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that’s why I believe that the true Dickens’ world is our world.

Dickens, the 19th century novelist, speaks to us now. And I want to engage his impact and relevance by talking not to literature critics or biographers, but to his readers. I’ll meet those who Dickens makes laugh.

It was difficult to enjoy her society without becoming conscious of the smell of spirits. So what it’s basically saying is this woman stank of alcohol…
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[Homework]2013-02-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—1

本帖最后由 mintzoe 于 2013-2-7 11:27 编辑

This is the Dickens' world in Kent, a vast tourists attraction built to take the visitors inside novels of Charles Dickens.

-Hello!
-Hello! How are you?
-I'm good. How are you? And you are here all the time?
-I'm Mr.Cober ...at your services, sir.
-Are you Mr.Cober? Very good. And you, you are?
-Hello, sir. I'm Nancy.
-You are Nancy. Aren't you dead?


-Welcome to our Great Expectation Boat Ride.
-Great Expectation Boat Ride?
-Yes, indeed.
-OK. Have you got the artful dodgems? Have you got that?
-Ah, the dodgems....
-Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just getting here. But surely, there are more to Dickens than this, more than just a designer logo attach to television costume dramas and West End shows about street urchins. It's so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off and a dazzling talent, like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.  


I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long-dead audience. Dickens' world of his imagination is as complex and as dark and as sophisticated as any modern city, and characters he creates are as real and psychologically driven as inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that's why I believe that the true Dickens' world is our world.


Dickens, the 19th century novelist, speaks to us now, and I want to engage his impact and relevance by talking not to literary critics and biographers, but with readers. I'm in those who Dickens makes laugh.
-It was difficult to enjoy her society, without becoming conscious of a smell of spirits. So what he is basically saying is just a moment stank of alcohol.





This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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This is Dickens' world in Kent.A vast tourist attraction built take visitors inside the novels of Chales Dickens.
Hello?Hello!How are you?I'm good,thank you.How are you?Are you here all the time?I'm Mr.Cober.At your service,sir.Are you Mr.Cober?Right,right,very good.And you are?Hello,sir.I'm Nancy.Are you Nancy?Aren't you dead?
Welcome to our Great Expectations Boat Ride.
Great Expectations Boat Ride?
Yes,indeed.
OK.Have you got the artful dodgems?You got that?
Ah,the dogems.
Fantastic,thank you very much.Just getting here?
But surely,there are more to Dickens than this.More than just a designer logo attach to television costume dramas and West end shows about street urgens.
It's so easy to label and package Chales Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victoria Showman.A unique one of dazzling talent like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin,a super star from the past.
I want to show that the work of Chales Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long dead audience.Dickens' world of imagination is as complex and dark and sophisticated as any modern city.And characters he creats are as real and cycle-logically driven as inhabitants as any urban landscapes today.And that's why i believe that the true Dickens in world is our world.
Dickens,the 19th century novelist,speaks to us now.And i want to engage his impact and relevance but talking not to literay critics and biographers,but to his readers.I'm in those who Dickens makes laugh.
It was difficult to enjoy her society without becoming conscious of a smell of spirits.So what is basingly saying is just a moment stank of alcohol.
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[Homework]2013-02-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—1

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This is the Dickens' world in Kent, a vast tourists attraction built to take the visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens.

-Hello!
-Hello! How are you?
-I'm good. How are you? And you are here all the time?
-I'm Mr.Cober ...at your services, sir.
-Are you Mr.Cober? Very good. And you, you are?
-Hello, sir. I'm Nancy.
-You are Nancy. Aren't you dead?


-Welcome to our Great Expectation Boat Ride.
-Great Expectation Boat Ride?
-Yes, indeed.
-OK. Have you got the artful dodgems? Have you got that?
-Ah, the dodgems....I have two.
-Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just getting here.

But surely, there are more to Dickens than this, more than just a designer logo attach to television costume dramas and West End shows about street urchins. It's so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off and a dazzling talent, like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.  


I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long-dead audience. Dickens' world of his imagination is as complex and as dark and as sophisticated as any modern city, and characters he creates are as real and psychologically driven as inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that's why I believe that the true Dickensian world is our world.

Dickens, the 19th century novelist, speaks to us now, and I want to engage his impact and relevance by talking not to literary critics and biographers, but with readers. I'm in those who Dickens makes laugh.

-It was difficult to enjoy her society, without becoming conscious of a smell of spirits. So what he is basically saying is just a woman stank of alcohol.
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This is the Dickens' world in Kent, a vast tourist/ attraction built to take / visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens.

-Hello!


-Hello! How are you?


-I'm good. Thank you. Who are you? And you are here all the time?


-I'm Christopher Cober at your services, sir.



-Are you Mr. Cober?

-Right, Very good to meet you here.
And you are?


-Hello, sir. I'm Nancy.


-Are you Nancy? Aren't you dead?


-
That’s our famous Great Expectation Boat Ride.


-Great Expectation Boat Ride?


-Indeed.


-OK. Have you got the Artful Dodgers? Have you got that?


- Artful Dodgers?.


-May I come through?

- You may, sir.



-Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just
get in here. But surely, there’s more to Dickens than this, more than just a designer logo attached to television costume dramas and West End shows about street urchins. It's so easy to label and package Charles Dickens to exhibit him some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off, /
a dazzling talent like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.  


I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long-dead audience. Dickens' world of /imagination is as complex and as dark and as sophisticated as any modern city, and
the characters he creates are as real and psychologically driven as the inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that's why I believe that the true Dickensian
world is our world.


Dickens, the 19th century novelist, speaks to us now, and I want to
gage his impact and relevance by talking not to literary critics and biographers, but to his readers. I meet those who Dickens makes laugh.





-It was difficult to enjoy her society, without becoming conscious of a smell of spirits. So what he is basically saying is this woman stank of alcohol.
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[Homework]【整理】2013-02-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—1

This is Dickens' world, in Kent, a vast tourist attraction built to take visitors inside the novels of Charles Dickens.
Hello!
Hello! How are you!
I'm good, thank you. Who are you? Are you here all the time?
I'm Christopher Cober at your service,sir.
Are you Mr. Cober?
Right, very good to meet you. You are?
Hello, sir, I'm Nancy.
Are you Nancy. Aren't you dead?
That's our famous Great Expectation boat ride.
Great Expectation boat ride?
Indeed.
Ok. Have you got the Artful Dodgers? You got that?
Artful Dodgers?
May I come through?
You may, sir.
Fantastic. Thank you very much. Just get in here. But surely there's more to Dickens than this, more than just a designer logo attached to television costum dramas and West End shows about street urchins. It's so easy to label and package Charles Dickens, to exhibit him, some sort of Victorian showman, a unique one-off and dazzling talent, like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.
I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn't just quality entertainment for a long dead audience. Dickens' world of imagination is as complex and as dark and sophisticated as any modern city. And the characters he creates are as real and psychologically driven as the inhabitants of any urban landscape today. And that's why I believe the true Dickens in world is our world.
Dickens, the 19th century novelist speaks to us now. And I want to gage his impact and relevance by talking not literary critics and biographers, but his readers. Are we those Dickens makes laugh?
It was difficult to enjoy her society without becoming conscious of the smell of spirits. So what he is basically saying is this woman stank of alcohol.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
HM
7:40
This is Dicken’s world in Kent, a vast of tourists attraction built to take visits inside of novels of Charles Dickens.
Hello
Hi, how are you?
I am good, thank you. Who are you? You here all the time?
Thank you for you, I am Christopher Cober at your service. Sir
Are you Mr. Cober?
I am very good to meet you, and you are?
Hello, sir, Nancy
Are you Nancy? Aren’t you dead?
That’s our famous great expectation boat ride.
The great expectation boat ride?
Indeed
Ok, have you got the Artful Dodgers? You got that?
Artful Dodgers
May I come through?
You may, sir
Fantastic, thank you very much! Just get in here!
But surely, there is more to Dickens than these, more than just a designer logo attached to television costume dramas and West End shows about street urchins.  
It’s so easy to label and package Charles Dickens, to exhibit him, some sort of Victorian showman, the unique one-off and dazzling talent like Harry Houdini or Charlie Chaplin, a superstar from the past.
I want to show that the work of Charles Dickens isn’t just quality entertainment for a long dead audience, Dickens’ world of imagination is as complex and as dark as sophisticated as any modern city and characters he creates are as real in a psychological driven as inhabitants of any urban landscape today, and that’s why I believed that the true Dickens’ world, is our world.
Dickens, the 19 century novelist, speaks to us now, and I want to give his impact and relevance by talking not literary critics and biographers, but to his readers, I meet those who Dickens makes laugh.
It was difficult to enjoy her society without becoming conscious of a smell of spirits, so what is basically saying is this woman stank of alcohol.
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