梦想生活和现实生活
Dream Life and Real Life

  • 作   者:

    奥利弗·施赖纳
    Oliver Schreiner

  • 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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此书是继《梦》之后的又一力作,书中的人物小詹妮塔独自坐在白乳木旁,在她周围是广阔的草原覆盖了红色的沙子和干燥台地上的灌木。白乳木看起来就像是聚集在一起的淡绿色的杆子。除了河傍可以看到树,其他地方看不到一棵树,太阳光打在她的脸上。四周都是她在放的安哥拉山羊,特别是那只小羊真的非常漂亮,绸缎般柔滑的白色小卷轻触着地面。让人充满了对自由生活的向往。

此书是继《梦》之后的又一力作,书中的人物小詹妮塔独自坐在白乳木旁,在她周围是广阔的草原覆盖了红色的沙子和干燥台地上的灌木。白乳木看起来就像是聚集在一起的淡绿色的杆子。除了河傍可以看到树,其他地方看不到一棵树,太阳光打在她的脸上。四周都是她在放的安哥拉山羊,特别是那只小羊真的非常漂亮,绸缎般柔滑的白色小卷轻触着地面。让人充满了对自由生活的向往。

Little Jannita sat alone beside a milk-bush. Before her and behind her stretched the plain, covered with red sand and thorny karoo bushes; and here and there a milk-bush, looking like a bundle of pale green rods tied together. Not a tree was to be seen anywhere, except on the banks of the river, and that was far away, and the sun beat on her head. Round her fed the Angora goats she was herding; pretty things, especially the little ones, with white silky curls that touched the ground。

奥莉芙·施赖纳(Olive Schreiner, Mrs. Cronwright, 1855-1920)是一位南非作家、和平主义者、政治活动家。1867年跟哥哥一起搬到Cradock。她哥哥离开Cradock后,奥莉芙选择当一名家庭教师。她在很多农场当过家庭教师,并受到启发以笔名Ralph Iron发表了《非洲农场故事》(1883),以及一个小的寓言故事集《梦境与现实》(1893)。

Schreiner was born in Cape Town in 1890. He was the son of William Philip Schreiner, a well-known advocate, civil servant and Prime Minister of the Cape Colony, and his wife, Frances, a sister of President F. W. Reitz. The author Olive Schreiner was his aunt.He went to Rondebosch Boys' High School and then the South African College School (SACS). An excellent student, he "could have had the Rhodes Scholarship for the asking", but understood, in the light of Rhodes's involvement in the Jameson Raid and subsequent fallout with William Schreiner, that "no Schreiner took such a gift from such a man".Instead, Schreiner went up to Cambridge University to read law at Trinity College. A string of academic prizes was interrupted by the outbreak of World War I. Schreiner enlisted in the British Armed Forces, was wounded in the right arm at the Battle of the Somme, and received the Military Cross.

Little Jannita sat alone beside a milk-bush. Before her and behind her stretched the plain, covered with red sand and thorny karoo bushes; and here and there a milk-bush, looking like a bundle of pale green rods tied together. Not a tree was to be seen anywhere, except on the banks of the river, and that was far away, and the sun beat on her head. Round her fed the Angora goats she was herding; pretty things, especially the little ones, with white silky curls that touched the ground. But Jannita sat crying. If an angel should gather up in his cup all the tears that have been shed, I think the bitterest would be those of children.

  • Dedication.

  • I.DREAM LIFE AND REAL LIFE; A LITTLE AFRICAN STORY.

  • II.THE WOMAN'S ROSE.

  • III."THE POLICY IN FAVOUR OF PROTECTION—".

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