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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-03-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—13

 

 

 

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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At first Peggotty leaves empty-handed, but then the broker calls her back, and finally she returns, triumphant.

It's like a scene from a film, it's like a farce, where money is reduced to something very small, very specific, and yet very very meaningful.

When Dickens wrote David Copperfield, his public image was a restless but nonetheless contented family man. He'd been married to Catherine Dickens for 13 years, and with their brood of eight children, it seemed like they had a happy home.

Privately, though, Dickens developed misgivings about Catherine's suitability as a wife, and there were quiet strains within the marriage. In David Copperfield, we can sense Dickens' own ambivalence towards his marriage in his portrayal of David's relationship with his wife Dora.

Impulsive and immature, David is at first, blind to the fact that Dora is wrong for him. But wiser friends and family can see trouble coming from the start. Here is a scene with David and his aunt Betsey Trotwood and the loudest sound in the whole passage is of Betsey Trotwood biting her lip. So you fancy yourself in love, do you? Fancy, aunt! I exclaimed as red as I could be, I adore her with my whole soul! Dora, indeed! returned my aunt, and you mean to say the little thing is very fascinating, I suppose. My dear aunt, no one can form the least idea what she is.

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[Homework]2013-03-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—13

At first, Pegty leaves empty-handed, but then the broker calls a bank, and she finally returns, triumphant. It's like a scene from a film, it is like a f*, where money is reduced to something very small, very specific, and yet very meaningful.When Dickens wrote David Copperfiled, his public image is a restless, but nonetheless a contented family man. He has been married to Kathereen Dickens for 13 years, with their brewed of 8 childre,it seemed like they had a happy home.Privately, though, Dickens develped misgiving about Kathereen's suitability as a wife, and were quite strained in the marriage.In David Copperfield, we can sense Dickens' own * towards his marriage and his betrayal of David's relationship with his wife Dora.Impulsive and immature, David at first was blind to the fact that Dora was wrong for him.But wise friends and family can see trouble coming from the start. Here is scene with David and his aunt Betty Troutwood and the low * in this whole passage is of Betty Troutwood biting her lip, So you fancy youself is in love, do you?Fancy I exclaimed as red as I could be, I adore her with my whole soul. Dora indeed returned my aunt, and you mean the little thing is fascinating, I suppose, my dear,and no one can form the the least idea what she is.
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[Homework]2013-03-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—13

At first Peggotty leaves empty-handed, but then the broker calls a bank, and finally she returns, triumphant.
It's like a scene from a film, it's like a fuss, where money is reduced to something very small, very specific, and yet very very meaningful.
When Dickens wrote David Copperfield, his public image was a restless but nonetheless contented family man. He's been married to Catherine Dickens for 13 years, and with their brood of eight children, it seemed like they had a happy home.
Privately, though, Dickens developed misgivings about Catherine's suitability as a wife, and were quite strained within the marriage. In David Copperfield, we can sense Dickens' own obedience towards his marriage in his portrayal of David's relationship with his wife Dora.
Impulsive and immature, David is, at first, blind to the fact that Dora is wrong for him. But wise as friends and family can see trouble coming from the start. Here is a scene with David and his aunt Betsey Trotwood and the * in the whole passage is of Betsey Trotwood biting her lip. So you fancy yourself in love, do you? Fancy, aunt! I exclaimed as red as I could be, I adore her with my whole soul! Dora, indeed! returned my aunt, and you mean to say the little thing is very fascinating, I suppose. My dear aunt, no one can form the least idea what she is.


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[Homework]2013-03-06 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—13
At first Peggotty leaves empty handed,but the broker calls a back,and finnally she returns triumphant.It is like a scene from a film,it is like a * ,where money is reduced to something very small,very specific and yet very very meaningful.
When Dickens wrote David Copperfield ,his public image was a restless but nonetheless a contented family man.He has been married to Catherine for 13 years,with her brewed 8 children, seemed like they had a happy home.Privately though,Dickens developd missgivings about Catherine's suitability as a wife,and were quite strained within the marriage.In David Copperfield,we can sense Dickens own * towards his marriage in his portrayal of David's relationship with his wife Dora. Impulsive and immature,David is ,at first, blind to the fact that Dora is wrong to him.But wise as friends can see trouble coming from the start.
Here is a scene with David and his aunt Betsey Trodwood,and the * in his whole passage is of Betsey Trowood biting her lip.So you fancy youself in love,do you? Fancy aunt! I exclaimed as red as I could be. I adore her with my whole soul. Dore indeed! Returned to my aunt, I mean to say this little thing is very fascinating. I suppose,my dear aunt no one can form the least idea what she is.
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At first Peggyty leaves empty handed,
but then the broker calls her back, and finally she returns triumphant. It is like a scene from a film, it is like a fallacy, where money is reduced to something very small, very specific and yet very very meaningful.


When Dickens wrote David Copperfield, his public image was a restless but nonetheless contented family man.
He has been married to Catherine Dickens for 13 years, with her brewed of 8 children, seemed like they had a happy home.
Privately though, Dickens developed misgivings about Catherine's suitability as a wife, and were quite
strange within their marriage. In David Copperfield, we can sense Dickens own ambivalence towards his marriage in his portrayal of David's relationship with his wife Dora. Impulsive and immature, David is at first, blind to the fact that Dora is wrong for him. But wise as friends can see trouble coming from the start.


Here is a scene with David and his aunt Betsey Trotwood, and the load is sown in his whole passage is of Betsey Trotwood biting her lip. So you fancy yourself in love, do you? Fancy aunt! I exclaimed as red as I could be. I adore her with my whole soul. Dora indeed! Returned to my aunt, I mean to say this little thing is very fascinating, I suppose. My dear aunt no one can form the least idea what she is.

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At first P leaves empty-handed, but the broker calls her back, and finally she returns triumphant.
It’s like a scene from the film, it’s like a farce where money is reduced to something very small, very specific and yet very, very meaningful.
When Dickens wrote David Copperfield, his public image was a restless but nonetheless contented family man. He’s been married to Catherine Dickens for 30 years and with their brood of eight children seemed like they had a happy home. Privately though Dickens developed misgivings about Catherine suitability as a wife and there were quite strains within the marriage. In David Copperfield we can sense Dickens’ ambivalence towards him marriage, this portrait of David’s relationship with his wife Dora. Impulsive and immature, David is at the first blind to the fact that Dora is wrong for him, but wiser friends and family can see trouble coming from the start.
Here is a scene with David and his aunt Bestsey T, and the loudest sound in this whole passage is of Bestsey T biting her lip, so you fancy yourself in love, do you? Fancy? Aunt, I exclaim as red as I could be, I adore her with my whole soul, Dora indeed return to my aunt: and you meant to say the little thing is very fascinating, I suppose, my dear aunt, no one can form the least idea what she is.
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