石榴屋童话集
A House of Pomegranates

  • 作   者:

    奥斯卡·王尔德
    Oscar Wilde

  • 译   者:

    湖北咸宁学院翻译组

  • 出版社:

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

  • 语   言:

    双语

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趣味和戏剧性见诸王尔德所有的童话中,也是他童话最吸引人的地方。王尔德善用生动的比喻和机智有趣的描写风格,而他的每一篇童话都实现了美与善的统一。作品充满了戏剧性,扣人心弦。

《快乐王子》和《石榴屋童话集》是王尔德的两部著名的童话集,是唯美主义童话的代表作。作者以他的唯美主义观点探讨“幸福”、“心之美”、“灵魂、肉体与心灵”等重大命题,他的作品堪称“世上最美的童话”。

A House of Pomegranates is a collection of fairy tales, written by Oscar Wilde, that was published as a second collection after The Happy Prince and Other Tales. Wilde once said that this collection was "intended neither for the British child nor the British public." The stories included in this collection are as follows: The Young King, The Birthday of the Infanta, The Fisherman and his Soul, The Star-Child.

《石榴屋童话集》收录童话:《少年国王》、《西班牙公主的生日》、《渔人和他的灵魂》、《星孩》。

王尔德一贯的思想是唯美,而《少年国王》正是这种思想下的产物。这篇文章“美丽而忧伤”,少年国王来自大自然,天性活泼敏锐,纯洁无瑕。对美有执着的爱好,因觉悟到不应把自己的快乐建立在穷人痛苦之上,而得到神灵的加冕和庇佑……《渔人和他的灵魂》中,美貌绝伦的美人鱼让年轻英俊的渔夫一见钟情,为了和心爱的人常相厮守,渔夫用魔法切掉了自己的影子,把自己的灵魂赶出身体。有些暗恋者和单恋者都只是卑微的小丑而已。他们为什么总是妄想自己爱的人也会爱上他们?每一篇童话都实现了美与善的统一,无愧是世界儿童故事的经典之作。

This book comprises four tales and is a companion to The Happy Prince and Other Tales.

The stories in this book are:

The Young King: A young shepherd is taken to the palace to be crowned king.

The Birthday of the Infanta: A hunchback dwarf is given to the Spanish princess for her 12th birthday.

The Fisherman and his Soul: A young fisherman must lose his soul in order to be with the mermaid he loves.

The Star-child: A baby is found in the woods and is brought up by a woodcutter. He grows up to be handsome but cruel.

As with the stories in The Happy Prince, these tales can be read to children but are intended for adults, with an underlying morality to each tale.

奥斯卡·王尔德(Oscar Wilde)生于1854年,卒于1900年,英国著名的作家、诗人、戏剧家、艺术家、童话家,19世纪与萧伯纳齐名的英国才子。英国唯美主义艺术运动的倡导者。但是,他创作的童话比他其他的作品流传更广,传播到了世界上每一个有孩子的地方。在他的散文作品中,他称赞艺术的至高无上。英国唯美主义艺术运动的倡导者。《典雅》杂志将他和安徒生相提并论。他一生只有九篇童话作品。

Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (16 October 1854—30 November 1900) was an Irish writer and poet. After writing in different forms throughout the 1880s, he became one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. Today he is remembered for his epigrams and plays. As a playwright, he was on a par with Bernard Shaw. He is a particularly enthusiastic advocate of aesthetic art movement. His fairy tales have an enormous vogue among children.

这个孩子的母亲是老国王的独生女儿。她和一个地位比她低得多的男人私定了终身——有人说,那是个外地人,他能用鲁特琴弹奏出各种美妙动听的音乐,最终使年轻的公主钟情于他;又有人说,那个男人是个来自意大利里米尼的艺术家,公主很尊重他,没准都到了过于尊重的程度了。——《少年国王》

The child of the old King’s only daughter by a secret marriage with one much beneath her in station—a stranger, some said, who, by the wonderful magic of his lute-playing, had made the young Princess love him; while others spoke of an artist from Rimini, to whom the Princess had shown much, perhaps too much honour, —The Young King

趣味和戏剧性见诸王尔德所有的童话中,也是他童话最吸引人的地方。王尔德善用生动的比喻和机智有趣的描写风格,而他的每一篇童话都实现了美与善的统一。作品充满了戏剧性,扣人心弦。

《典雅》杂志将他和安徒生相提并论。

王尔德是与萧伯纳齐名的才子,他的童话传播到了每一个有孩子的地方。

小故事,大道理,简单的文字,轻快的语言,流露了经久不衰的哲理,老少皆需的箴言。

他的作品堪称“世上最美的童话”。

Wilde once said that this collection was "intended neither for the British child nor the British public."

  • 少年国王

  • 西班牙公主的生日

  • 渔夫和他的灵魂

  • 星孩

  • The Young King

  • The Birthday of the Infanta

  • The Fisherman and His Soul

  • The Stat-Child

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