大海如镜
The Mirror of the Sea

  • 作   者:

    约瑟夫·康拉德
    Joseph Conrad

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

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First published in 1906, The Mirror of the Sea was the first of Joseph Conrad’s two autobiographical memoirs. In this book, the author compared the sea to a woman against which men could measure themselves.

《大海如镜》是约瑟夫·康拉德的一部自传体回忆录。书中作者将大海比作一名女子,大海的种种心情,她的愤怒与魅力,以及男人们如何对待她都被描写的淋漓尽致。大海是一种隐喻,作者通过这种方式表明自己的观点和想法。

In 1878, Joseph Conrad signed aboard a British freighter and began a 17-year odyssey. The Mirror of the Sea is his factual account of this period. In this book, Conrad describes the ocean’s moods, her anger and charm, how men deal with her. Conrad had no illusions about the sea or the men who worked its commerce. He saw the ocean as metaphor against which men could measure themselves.

约瑟夫·康拉德(1857年12月-1924年8月),英国著名作家,因其最擅长写海洋冒险小说,有“海洋小说大师”之称。1889年开始业余小说创作。他一共写了13部长篇小说、28篇短篇小说和两篇回忆录, 其中比较著名的有长篇小说《水仙号上的黑家伙》(1897年)、《吉姆老爷、(1900年)、《诺斯特罗莫》(1904年)、《间谍》(1907年)、《机缘》(1914年)、《胜利》(1914年),中篇小说《黑暗的心》(后来被改编成电影《现代启示录》)(1902年),以及短篇小说《青春》(1908年)等。

Joseph Conrad(3 December 1857 – 3 August 1930) was a Polish author who wrote in English after settling in England.He wrote stories and novels, often with a nautical setting, that depict trials of the human spirit in the midst of an indifferent universe. He was a master prose stylist who brought a distinctly non-English sensibility into English literature.

"And shippes by the brinke comen and gon, And in swich forme endure a day or two." THE FRANKELEYN'S TALE.

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