荒野庄园的房客
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

  • 作   者:

    安妮·勃朗特
    Anne Bronte

  • 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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双重的叙述结构,超时代的主题,《荒野庄园的房客》可谓是安妮·勃朗特在小说写作上的一大突破。虽然安妮的一生创作不多,但是她在文学史上占据着自己独特的一角。

安妮的第二部小说《荒野庄园的房客》于1848年出版,小说使用了双重叙事结构,讲述了一名力图摆脱酗酒的丈夫和靠画画独立生活的妻子的经历,其中涉及了女性的独立自主,男性的酗酒、生活放荡、家庭暴力等恶习,和家长对孩子的恶劣影响这些超前于时代的主题。

It is the second and final novel by English author Anne Brontë, published in 1848 under the pseudonym Acton Bell. Probably the most shocking of the Brontës' novels, this novel had an instant phenomenal success but after Anne's death, her sister Charlotte prevented its re-publication.The novel is framed as a letter from Gilbert Markham to his friend and brother-in-law about the events leading to his meeting his wife.It mainly tells the story about a mysterious young widow and her dark secrets. This novel of marital betrayal is set within a moral framework tempered by Anne's optimistic belief in universal salvation.

安妮·勃朗特(英语:Anne Brontë,1820年1月17日-1849年5月28日),19世纪英国小说家、诗人,是英国文学史上著名的勃朗特三姊妹之一。根据亲身经历创作了小说《阿格妮丝·格雷》,小说如实反映了社会对家庭女教师这个群体的漠视和不公,呼吁提高家庭女教师的地位,关注孩子的早期教育。1849年,安恩的第二部小说《荒野庄园的房客》出版,小说使用了双重叙事结构,讲述了一名力图摆脱酗酒的丈夫和靠画画独立生活的妻子的经历,其中涉及了女性的独立自主,男性的酗酒、生活放荡、家庭暴力等恶习,和家长对孩子的恶劣影响这些超前于时代的主题。由于各种原因,她在后世的名气远不如创作《简·爱》的夏洛特·勃朗特和创作《呼啸山庄》的艾米莉·勃朗特,但她在文学史上占据自己独有的地位。

Anne Bronte (17 January 1820 – 28 May 1850) was a British novelist and poet, the youngest member of the Brontë literary family.Mainly because the re-publication of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall was prevented by Charlotte Brontë after Anne's death, she is less known than her sisters Charlotte, author of four novels including Jane Eyre, and Emily, author of Wuthering Heights. However, her novels, like those of her sisters, have become classics of English literature.

You must go back with me to the autumn of 1827.

My father, as you know, was a sort of gentleman farmer in —shire; and I, by his express desire, succeeded him in the same quiet occupation, not very willingly, for ambition urged me to higher aims, and self-conceit assured me that, in disregarding its voice, I was burying my talent in the earth, and hiding my light under a bushel. My mother had done her utmost to persuade' me that I was capable of great achievements; but my father, who thought ambition was the surest road to ruin, and change but another word for destruction, would listen to no scheme for bettering either my own condition, or that of my fellow mortals.

  • CHAPTER 1 A Discovery

  • CHAPTER 2 An Interview

  • CHAPTER 3 A Controversy

  • CHAPTER 4 The Party

  • CHAPTER 5 The Studio

  • CHAPTER 6 Progression

  • CHAPTER 7 The Excursion

  • CHAPTER 8 The Present

  • CHAPTER 9 A Snake in the Grass

  • CHAPTER 10 A Contract and a Quarrel

  • CHAPTER 11 The Vicar Again

  • CHAPTER 12 A Tête-à-Tête and a Discovery

  • CHAPTER 13 Return to Duty

  • CHAPTER 14 An Assault

  • CHAPTER 15 An Encounter and Its Consequences

  • CHAPTER 16 The Warnings of Experience

  • CHAPTER 17 Further Warnings

  • CHAPTER 18 The Miniature

  • Chapter 19 An Incident

  • CHAPTER 20 Persistence

  • CHAPTER 21 Opinions

  • CHAPTER 22 Traits of Friendship

  • CHAPTER 23 First Weeks of Matrimony

  • CHAPTER 24 First Quarrel

  • CHAPTER 25 First Absence

  • CHAPTER 26 The Guests

  • CHAPTER 27 A Misdemeanour

  • CHAPTER 28 Parental Feelings

  • CHAPTER 29 The Neighbour

  • CHAPTER XXX Domestic Scenes

  • CHAPTER XXXI SOCIAL VIRTUES

  • CHAPTER XXXII COMPARISONS: INFORMATION REJECTED

  • CHAPTER XXXIII TWO EVENINGS

  • CHAPTER XXXIV CONCEALMENT

  • CHAPTER XXXV PROVOCATIONS

  • CHAPTER XXXVI DUAL SOLITUDE

  • CHAPTER XXXVII THE NEIGHBOUR AGAIN

  • CHAPTER XXXVIII THE INJURED MAN

  • CHAPTER XXXIX A SCHEME OF ESCAPE

  • CHAPTER XL A MISADVENTURE

  • CHAPTER XLI HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL IN THE HUMAN BREAST

  • CHAPTER XLII A REFORMATION

  • CHAPTER XLIII THE BOUNDARY PAST

  • CHAPTER XLIV THE RETREAT

  • CHAPTER XLV RECONCILIATION

  • CHAPTER XLVI FRIENDLY COUNSELS

  • CHAPTER XLVII STARTLING INTELLIGENCE

  • CHAPTER XLVIII FURTHER INTELLIGENCE

  • CHAPTER XLIX

  • CHAPTER L DOUBTS AND DISAPPOINTMENTS

  • CHAPTER LI AN UNEXPECTED OCCURRENCE

  • CHAPTER LII FLUCTUATIONS

  • CHAPTER LIII CONCLUSION

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