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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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Where are we going? In here?



This is Charles Dickens’ bedroom.

And I gather there’s a cellar, someone was saying.

Yeah, that’s right.

And what did Dickens use the cellar for then?

Oh, I think mainly probably some of his stuff slept in it. But I think he also used it for contraband.

Contraband?

Contrabandes, yeah, when he died there was 2 50-gallon drums, barrels of tobacco, and 2000 bottles of brandy found in the cellar.

Oh, that’s completely colored my view of him as being a respectful member of society there.



Now, this is where Dickens wrote, this is where he finished David Copperfield. His little airy nest as he called it. And it’s about the size of a nest, it’s quite small, I’m surprised how small it is. It’s almost like he forced himself to sit down and write. It’s the Victorian equivalent of a writer switching off his mobile phone and disconnecting the internet to avoid all distractions here. But here is where this whole room forces you to look out, to watch the sea. In David Copperfield, he describes towards the end of the novel a gigantean storm scene that kills several major characters in the novel, I won’t reveal the names, that would spoil things and Dickens himself found these quite traumatic scenes, not just in the storm, but as the novel reached its conclusion, quite difficult to finish, he says he was nearly clean knocked over by the writing of it, and at one point, he says it defeated me. In actual fact, those scenes were some of the most powerful scenes that Dickens had written to date, and he did it here at this desk. And let’s see if I can get some inspiration, maybe for my next link as I look out towards the sea just drink it all in.

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Where are we going here?
This is Charles Dickens’ bedroom.
And I gallop there’s a cellar as well.
Yeah, that’s right.
And what did Dickens use the cellar for then?
Oh, I think it might be probably some of his stuff left to me. But I think he also used it for contraband.
Contraband?
Yes, when he died there was still 50 gallon drums of, barrels of tobacco, and still fares and bottles of brandy found in the cellar.
Oh, that’s completely colored my view of him as being a respectful member of society there.

Now, this is where Dickens wrote, this is where he finished David Copperfield. It’s a little airy nest as he called it. And it’s about the size of a nest, it’s quite small, I’m surprised how small it is. It’s almost like he forced himself to sit down and write. It’s the Victorian equivalent of a writer switching off his mobile phone and disconnecting internet to avoid all distractions here. But here is where this whole room forces you to look out, to watch to sea. In David Copperfield, he describes towards the end of the novel a gigantean storm scene that kills several major characters in the novel, I won’t reveal the names, that would spoil things and Dickens himself phoned these quite dramatic scenes, not just in the storm, but as the novel reached its conclusion, quite difficult to finish, he says he was nearly clean knocked over by the writing of it, and at one point, he says it defeated me. In actual fact, those scenes were some of the most powerful scenes that Dickens has written to date, and he did it here at this desk. And let’s see if I can get some inspiration, maybe for my next link as I look out towards the sea to strake your leaned.
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[Homework]2013-03-13 狄更斯其人 Charles Dickens—16

Where are we going here?
This is Charles Dickens' bedroom.
And I can look there's a cellar as well.
Yeah, that's right.
And what did Dickens use the cellar for then?
Oh, I think it might be probably some of his stuff left to me. But I think he also used it for contraband.
Contraband?
Contraband, yeah, when he died, there was two 50-gallon drums of, er, barrels of tobacco, and 2,000 bottles of brandy found in the cellar.
Oh, that's completely colored my view of him as being a respectable member of society.
Now, this is, this is where Dickens wrote, this is where he finished David Copperfield. It's a little airy nest, as he called it. And it's about the size of a nest, it's quite small, I'm surprised how small it is. It's almost like he forced himself to sit down and write. It's the Victorian equivalent of a writer switching off his mobilephone and disconnecting from internet to avoid all distractions here. But here is where this whole room forces you to look out towards the sea. In David Copperfield he describes towards the end of the novel a gigantean storm scene that kills several major characters in the novel. I won't reveal the names, that would spoil things. And Dickens himself found these quite dramatic scenes, not just in the storm but as the novel reached its conclusion, quite difficult to finish. He says he was nearly clean knocked over by the writing of it, and at one point, he says, It defeated me. In actual fact, those scenes, well, some of the most powerful scenes that Dickens had written to date, and he did here at this desk. And let's see if I can get some inspiration, maybe for my next link, as I look out towards the sea, just strike it all end.


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Where are we going here?
It’s Charles Dickens’ bedroom
And I gather there is a cellar as well, someone
Yeah, that’s right
And what did Dickens use the cellar for then?
Oh, I think mainly probably some of his stuff slept in it, but I think he also used it for contraband.
Contraband?
Contraband, yeah, when he died, there was 250 gallon drums, barrel of tobacco and 2000 bottles of brandy, finding in the cellar.
Oh, that’s completely color my view of him as we have respectable member of society there.
Now this is where Dickens wrote, this is where he finished David Copperfield, it’s little airy nest as he called it, it’s about the size of a nest, it’s quite small and surprised how small it is, it’s almost like he forced himself to sit down and write, it’s Victorian equivalent of a writer switching off his mobile phone and disconnecting Internet to avoid all distractions here. But here is where this whole room forces you to look out towards the sea.
In David Copperfield, he described towards the end of novel a gigantean storm scene that killed several major characters in the novel, I won’t reveal names and that would spoil things and Dickens himself found these quite traumatic scenes not just in storm but as novel reached conclusion, quite difficult to finish, he says he was nearly clean knocked over by the writing of it, and at one point he says it defeated me. In actually fact, those things, well some of the most powerful things that Dickens had written to date, and he did it, here this desk and let’s see if I can get some inspiration, maybe for my next link as I look out towards the sea just drink it all in.
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