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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-02-13 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—4

 

 

 

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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By then, he made his name and his fortune with comic tale, the Pickwick Papers and with Oliver Twist the rags to riches story of the orphan who asks for more. He wrote his novels in monthly instalments keeping his massive audience hungry for each arresting plot development or extraordinary character. He delighted them with A Christmas Carol and in latter novels such as Hard Times, Little Dorrit and Bleak House, he secured his reputation as champion of social justice, his vivid and angry portraits of the condition of Britain.



But there is one novel that gives the most tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself and that’s David Copperfield the book he described as his favorite child.



Dickens wrote, of all my books, I like this the best. David Copperfield is the most autobiographical of his novels. It tells a story of a young body going through an early trouble childhood but on to become a successful writer. Now I think the closeness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together share a special light on the rest of him work.



In the novel, David’s childhood starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he is loved by his mother, and cosseted by their maid, Peggotty. But we constantly see through the child’s eyes as soon the world turns dark around him.



I remember when I started reading David Copperfield for the very first time, it was one of those books as it says in the blurb, you can’t put down. I was drawn into it and the reason was it has the most accurately sustained piece of writing from the perspective of a child that I have ever come across. Here is the start of chapter two I observe, this is the very young David Copperfield aged about two, three looking up a world surround him trying to describe his surroundings, says mother and Peggotty, the family maid.

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By then, he’d made his name and his fortune with the comic tale, The Pickwick Papers, and with Oliver Twist, the rags to riches story of the orphan who asks for more. He wrote his novels in monthly installments, keeping his massive audience hungry for each arresting plot development, or extraordinary new character. He delighted them with A Christmas Carol and in later novels such as Hard Times, Little Dorrit and Bleak House, he secured his reputation as a champion of social justice, with his vivid and angry portraits of the condition of Britain.

But there’s one novel that gives us the most tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself, and that’s David Copperfield, the book he described as his favorite child.

Dickens wrote, “of all my books, I like this the best.” David Copperfield is the most autobiographical of his novels. He tells a story of a young boy going through an early troubled childhood, but on to become a successful writer. Now I think the closeness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together shine a special light on the rest of his work.

In the novel, David’s childhood starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he’s loved by his mother and cosseted by their maid, Peggotty. But we constantly see through the child’s eyes as soon the world turns dark around him.

I remember when I started reading David Copperfield for the very first time, it was one of those book that, as it says **, you cannot put down. I was drawn into it. It has the most accurately sustained piece of writing from the perspective of a child that I have ever come across. Here, here’s the start of chapter two, I observe. This is the very young David Copperfield, aged about what, two, three, looking up at what’s around him and try to describe his surroundings, his mother and Peggotty, the...
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[Homework]2013-02-13 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—4

He made his name and fortune with the comic tale Pickwick Papers and with  Oliver Twist , the * and stories of a ophan* .He wrote his novels in monthly installments, keeping his massive audience  hungry for each arresting plot development with extraordinary new character. He delighted them with Christmas Carol and his later novels such as Hard Times, Little Doris and Bleak House secured his reputaion as the champion of social justice with his vivid and angry portraits of the  conditon  of Britain.
But there is one novel the gave us the most  tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself--- that is David Coppperfield, the book he described as his favorite child.
Dickens wrote, Of all my books, I like this the best. David copperfield is the most autobigraphical of his novels.He tells a story about a young boy going through a early trouble childhood but on to become a successful writer.
Now I think the closesness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together shine a special light on the rest of his work.
In the novel, David's childhood starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he is loved by his mother and cosseted by their maid Pegaty.But we constantly see through the child's eyes a soon- to- turn- dark world around him.
I remember when I first read David cperfild for the very first time, it was one of those  books *that you can't put down. I was drawn into it.The reason was it has the most accuratesly sustained peace of writing from the perspective of a child that I've come across. He started *I observe, this is a very young  David Copperfield, aged about 2,3, looking up, walks around and tries to describe what surrounds him, his mother and Pegaty, the family....  

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[Homework]2013-02-13 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—4

By then, he made his name and his fortune with a comic tale, the Piciwick Papers. And with Olive Twist, the rags-to-riches story of the orphan who asks for more. He wrote his novels in monthly installments, keeping his massive audience hungry for each arresting plot development, or extraordinary new character. He delighted them with Christmas Carol, and in later novels, such as Hard Times, Little Dorrit and Bleak House. He secured his reputation as a champion of social justice, with his vivid and angry portraits of conditions of Britain.

But there's one novel that gives us the most tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself. And that's David Copperfield, the book he described as his favorite child.


Dickens wrote, Of all my books, I like this the best. David Copperfield is the most autobiographical of his novels. He tells a story of a young boy going through a early troubled childhood, but on to become a successful writer. Now I think the closeness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together shine a special light on the rest of his work.


In the novel, David's childhood starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he is loved by his mother and cossetted by their maid, Peggotty. But we constantly see through the child's eyes, soon the world turns dark around him.


I remember when I started reading David Copperfield for the very first time, it was while those books had its ** that you cannot put down. I was drawn into it. The reason was it has the most accurately sustained peace of writing from the perspective of a child that I have never come across. And here is the start of chapter two, I observe. This is the very young David Copperfield, aged about what two, three, looking up at the worlds around him and tries to describe the surroundings, his mother and Peggotty, their family member.







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[Homework]2013-02-13 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—4

By then he'd made his name and his fortune with the comic tale, the Pickwick Papers. As a result of twist, the rags to riches story of the orphan who asks for more. He wrote his novels in monthly installments, keeping his massive audience hungry for each arresting plot development, or extraordinary new character. He delighted them with A Christmas Carol, and in later novels, such as Hard Times, Little Dorrit and Bleak House, he secured his reputation as a champion of social justice, his vivid and angry portrays of the condition of Britain.
But there is one novel that gave the most tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself. And that's David Copperfield, the book he described as his favorite child. Dickens wrote, Of all my books, I like this best. David Copperfield is the most autobiographical of his novels. He tells a story of a young boy going through an early troubled childhood, but on to become a successful writer. Now I think the closeness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together shine us a special light on the rest of his work.
In the novel, David the child took starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he's loved by his mother, cosseted by their maid, Peggotty. But we constantly see through the child's eyes, as soon the world turns dark around him. I remember when I started to read David Copperfield for the very first time, it's one of those books that, has its say from the club, you cannot put down. I was drawn into it, the reason was it has the most accurately sustained piece of writing from the perspective of a child that I have never come across. And here is the start of chapter two, I observe, this is the very young David Copperfield, er, aged about what two, three, looking up at the worlds around him, trying to describe his surroundings, his mother, and Peggotty, the...


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By end, he made his name and his fortune with comic tale, the Pickwick papers. And Oliver twist the rags to riches story of the orphan who asks for more. He wrote his novels in monthly installment keeping his massive audience hungry for each arresting plot development, extraordinary character. He delighted them with Christmas carol and in latter novels such as Hard Times, Little Dorrit, Bleak House, he secured his reputation as champion of social justice, his vivid and angry portraits of the condition of Britain.

But there is one novel that gives the most tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself and that’s David Copperfield the book he described does his favorite child.

Dickens wrote, of all the books, I like this the best. David Copperfield is the most autobiographical of his novels that tells a story of a young body going through an early trouble childhood but owe to become a successful writer. Now I think the closeness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together share a special line on the risk of him work.

In the novel, David’s childhood starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he is loved by his mother, cosseted by the maid, Peggotty. But we constantly see through the child’s eyes a soon the world will turn the dark around him.

And When I start reading David Copperfield for the very first time, it was one of the books that has a sense * you can’t put down. I was drawn into it. The reason was it has the most accurately sustained peace of writing from the perspective of the child that I haven’t ever come across. Here is the start of chapter two I observed this is the very young David Copperfield aged about two, three looking up a world surround him trying to describe his surroundings, says mother and Peggotty, the family…
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By then he made his name and his fortune with comic tale, the Pickwick Papers, and with Oliver Twist the rags to the riches story of orphan who asks for more. He wrote his novels in monthly installments keeping his massive audience hungry for each arresting plot development, extraordinary new character. He delighted them with a Christmas carol, and later novels such as hard Times, Little Dorrit and Bleak House. He secured his reputation as a champion of social justice, these vivid and angry portraits of condition of Britain. But there’s one novel that gives us the most tantalizing insight into the life of Dickens himself and that’s David Copperfield, the book he described as his favorite child.
Dickens wrote, of all my books, I like this the best. David Copperfield is the most autobiographical of his novels tell us a story of a young boy going through an early trouble childhood but on to become a successful writer. Now I think the closeness of the subject and the intimacy of the style together shine a special light on the rest of his work.
In the novel, David’s childhood starts as a happy one. Though his father is dead, he is loved by his mother, and cosseted by their maid, Peggotty. But we constantly see through child’s eyes as soon the world turns dark around him.
I remember when I started reading David Copperfield for the very first time, it was one of those books that as it says in the blurb: you can’t put it down, I was drawn into it, the reason was it has the most accurately sustained peace of writing from the prospective of a child that I’ve ever come across. Here is start of chapter II I observe, this is the very young David Copperfield aged about for two, three looking up a world surround him try to describe his surrounding, says mother and P, the family maid.
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