苔丝
Tess of the D'urbervilles

  • 作   者:

    托马斯·哈代
    Thomas Hardy

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

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弱者对抗命运,总是要用生命去搏杀,哪怕你只是一个女人。

女主人公苔丝生于一个贫苦小贩家庭,父母要她到一个富老太婆家去攀亲戚,结果她被少爷亚历克诱奸,后来她与牧师的儿子克莱尔恋爱并订婚,在新婚之夜她把昔日的不幸向丈夫坦白,却没能得到原谅,两人分居,丈夫去了巴西,几年后,苔丝再次与亚历克相遇并受到他的纠缠,这时候她因家境窘迫不得不与仇人同居,不久克莱尔从国外回来,向妻子表示悔恨自己以往的冷酷无情,在这种情况下,苔丝痛苦地觉得是亚历克·德伯使她第二次失去了安吉尔便愤怒地将他杀死。最后她被捕并被处以绞刑。

托马斯·哈代,英国诗人、小说家。他是横跨两个世纪的作家,早期和中期的创作以小说为主,继承和发扬了维多利亚时代的文学传统;晚年以其出色的诗歌开拓了英国20世纪的文学。哈代一生共发表了近20部长篇小说,其中最著名的当推《德伯家的苔丝》、《无名的裘德》(Jude the Obscure)、《还乡》和《卡斯特桥市长》。

Thomas Hardy, English poet and novelist. He is spanning two centuries of writers, writing in the early and mid-fiction based, inherit and carry forward the tradition of Victorian literature; poetry in his later years for its outstanding pioneering 20th century British literature.

Hardy's life were published nearly 20 novels, most notably when pushed, "Tess," "Jude the Obscure", "Return of the Native" and "The Mayor of Casterbridge . "Verse 8 sets, a total of 918, in addition, there are a lot of "Wessex Story" is the general name of the short story and epic drama "Kings." Representative works include "Wessex poems", "early and late lyrics", "Tess."

On an evening in the latter part of May a middle-aged man was walking homeward from Shaston to the village of Marlott, in the adjoining Vale of Blakemore, or Blackmoor. The pair of legs that carried him were rickety, and there was a bias in his gait which inclined him somewhat to the left of a straight line. He occasionally gave a smart nod, as if in confirmation of some opinion, though he was not thinking of anything in particular. An empty egg-basket was slung upon his arm, the nap of his hat was ruffled, a patch being quite worn away at its brim where his thumb came in taking it off. Presently he was met by an elderly parson astride on a gray mare, who, as he rode, hummed a wandering tune.

"Good night t'ee," said the man with the basket.

"Good night, Sir John," said the parson.

The pedestrian, after another pace or two, halted, and turned round.

"Now, sir, begging your pardon; we met last market-day on this road about this time, and I said 'Good night,' and you made reply 'Good night, Sir John,' as now."

"I did," said the parson.

  • Phase the First: The Maiden

  • Phase the Second: Maiden No More

  • Phase the Third: The Rally

  • Phase the Fourth: The Consequence

  • Phase the Fifth: The Woman Pays

  • Phase the Sixth: The Convert, XLV-LII

  • Phase the Seventh: Fulfilment