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PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER EIGHTLife with Mr. RochesterLater that evening I had tea with Mrs. Fairfax in the [-----1-----]."Mrs. Fairfax, you told me that Mr. Rochester was a little strange," I said."Well, what do you think, dear?""I think he is a very strange man. I am not sure what I think of him!""He may seem strange way to you. But I know him very well, so I understand him a little. He has had family problems, you know.""What do you mean?"I asked."Well, he had an older brother, who died nine years ago.""Nine years is a long time to be upset. Is he still unhappy because of this [-----2-----]?""Well, you see, there were a lot of bad feelings and anger in this house. Just before their father died, he gave the older brother the house and almost all the money. Mr. Edward(that's Mr. Rochester) was angry and left his family. He [-----3-----] around the world. But when his older brother died, he got Thornfield. But he doesn't come and live here very often, and I am not surprised.""Why should he stay away?" I asked.Mrs. Fairfax said nothing for a moment. She looked as if she was remembering the past. "Well, dear, perhaps he believes Thronfield Hall is a sad place." It was clear that Mrs. Fairfax did not want to tell me anything more. 填空 :1.kitchen2.death3.travelled Article/200904/67193。

  • Frank Lloyd Wright,1867-1959: The greatest American building designer of the twentieth centuryOne critic said Wright's ideas were 50 years ahead of his time. VOICE ONE:I'm Phoebe Zimmerman.VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English program People in America. Today we tell about the life and work of the greatest American building designer of the twentieth century, Frank Lloyd Wright. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings for more than seventy years. He did most of his work from nineteen hundred through the nineteen fifties. He designed houses, schools, churches, public buildings, and office buildings.Critics say Frank Lloyd Wright was one of America's most creative architects. One critic said his ideas were fifty years ahead of the time in which he lived.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Frank Lloyd Wright was born in eighteen- sixty?seven in the middle western state of Wisconsin. He studied engineering at the University of Wisconsin. In eighteen eighty?seven, he went to the city of Chicago. He got a job in the office of the famous architects, Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler.Several years later, Wright established his own building design business. He began by designing homes for people living in and near Chicago. These homes were called "prairie houses."VOICE ONE:Prairie houses were long and low. They seemed to grow out of the ground. They were built of wood and other natural materials. The indoors expanded to the outdoors by extending the floor. This created what seemed like a room without walls or a roof.In nineteen-oh-two, Wright designed one prairie house, called the Willits House, in the town of Highland Park. The house was shaped like a cross. It was built around a huge fireplace. The rooms were designed so they seemed to flow into each other.VOICE TWO: Robie House Visitors to Chicago can see another of Wright's prairie houses. It is called the Robie House. It looks like a series of long, low rooms on different levels. The rooms seem to float over the ground. Wright designed everything in the house, including the furniture and floor coverings. Wright's prairie houses had a great influence on home design in America. Even today, one hundred years later, his prairie houses appear very modern.VOICE ONE:In the nineteen thirties, Wright developed what he called "Usonian" houses. Usonia was his name for a perfect, democratic ed States of America. Usonian houses were planned to be low cost. Wright designed them for the American middle class. These are the majority of Americans who are neither very rich nor very poor.Frank Lloyd Wright believed that all middle class families in America should be able to own a house that was designed well. He believed that the ed States could not be a true democracy if people did not own their own house on their own piece of land.VOICE TWO:Usonian houses were built on a flat base of concrete. The base was level with the ground. Wright believed that was better and less costly than the common method of digging a hole in the ground for the base. Low?cost houses based on the Usonian idea became very popular in America in the nineteen fifties. Visitors can see one of Wright's Usonian homes near Washington, D. C. It is the Pope-Leighy House in Alexandria, Virginia.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Frank Lloyd Wright believed in sping his ideas to young building designers. In nineteen thirty?two, he established a school called the Taliesin Fellowship. Architectural students paid to live and work with him.During the summer, they worked at his home near Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright called this house "Taliesin." That is a Welsh name meaning "shining brow." It was built of stone and wood into the top of a hill.During the winter, they worked at Taliesin West. This was Wright's home and architecture office near Phoenix, Arizona. Wright and his students started building it in nineteen thirty-seven in the Sonoran Desert. VOICE TWO:Taliesin West Taliesin West is an example of Frank Lloyd Wright's ideas of organic architecture taking root in the desert. He believed that architecture should have life and spirit. He said a building should appear to grow naturally and easily from its base into its surroundings. Selecting the best place to put a building became a most important first step in the design process.Frank Lloyd Wright had discovered the beauty of the desert in nineteen twenty-seven when he was asked to help with the design of the Arizona Biltmore hotel. He continued to return to the desert with his students to escape the harsh winters in Wisconsin. Ten years later he found a perfect place for his winter home and school. He bought about three hundred hectares of desert land at the foot of the McDowell Mountains near Scottsdale, Arizona. Wright said: " I was struck by the beauty of the desert, by the dry, clear sun-filled air, by the stark geometry of the mountains." He wanted everyone who visited Taliesin West to feel this same sense of place.VOICE ONE:His architecture students helped him gather rocks and sand from the desert floor to use as building materials. They began a series of buildings that became home, office and school. Wright kept working on and changing what he called a building made of many buildings for twenty years.Today, Taliesin West has many low stone buildings linked together by walkways and courtyards. It is still very much alive with activity. About seventy people live, work and study there. Guides take visitors through what is one of America's most important cultural treasures. VOICE TWO: Falling Water In nineteen thirty?seven, Wright designed a house near the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a fine example of his idea of organic architecture. The house is called "Fallingwater." It sits on huge rocks next to a small river. It extends over a waterfall. From one part of the house, a person can step down a stairway over the water."Fallingwater" is so unusual and so beautiful that it came to represent modern American architecture. One critic calls it the greatest house of the twentieth century. Like Taliesin West, "Fallingwater" is open to the public. VOICE ONE:Frank Lloyd Wright also is famous for designing imaginative public buildings. In nineteen?oh?four, he designed an office building for the Larkin Soap Company in Buffalo, New York. The offices were organized around a tall open space. At the top was a glass roof to let sunlight into the center.In the late nineteen thirties, Wright designed an office building for the Johnson Wax Company in Racine, Wisconsin. It also had one great room without traditional walls or windows. The outside of the building was made of smooth, curved brick and glass.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:In nineteen forty?three, Frank Lloyd Wright designed one of his most famous projects: the Guggenheim Museum of Art in New York City. The building was completed in nineteen sixty, the year following his death.The Guggenheim Museum in New York The Guggenheim is unusual because it is a circle. Inside the museum, a walkway rises in a circle from the lowest floor almost to the top. Visitors move along this walkway to see the artwork on the walls.The Guggenheim museum was very different from Wright's other designs. It even violated one of his own rules of design: the Guggenheim's shape is completely different from any of the buildings around it. VOICE ONE:When Wright was a very old man, he designed the Marin County Civic Center in San Rafael, California, near San Francisco. The Civic Center project was one of his most imaginative designs. It is a series of long buildings between two hills. Frank Lloyd Wright believed that architecture is life itself taking form. "Therefore," he said, "it is the truest record of life as it was lived in the world yesterday, as it is lived today, or ever will be lived." Frank Lloyd Wright died in nineteen fifty-nine, in Phoenix, Arizona. He was ninety?one years old. His buildings remain a record of the best of American Twentieth Century culture.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written by Shelley Gollust and Marilyn Christiano. It was produced by Lawan Davis. Our studio engineer was Max Carroll. I'm Steve Ember.VOICE ONE:And I'm Phoebe Zimmerman. Join us again next week for another People in America program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/32380。
  • Not arguing, I hope, boys? he squeaked.我希望不是在吵架吧,孩子们?他尖着嗓子问。Potter#39;s been sent a broomstick, Professor, said Malfoy quickly.有人给波特捎来一把飞天扫帚,教授。马尔福忙不迭地说。Yes, yes, that#39;s right, said Professor Flitwick, beaming at Harry.是啊,是啊,是这样的。弗立维教授说着,朝哈利绽开笑容。Professor McGonagall told me all about the special circumstances, Potter.麦格教授把情况的特殊性都跟我说了,波特。And what model is it?是什么型号的?A Nimbus Two Thousand, sit, said Harry, fighting not to laugh at the look of horror on Malfoy#39;s face.光轮2000,先生。哈利说。看到马尔福脸上惊恐的表情,他拼命克制着不笑出来。And it#39;s really thanks to Malfoy here that I#39;ve got it, he added.我能得到它,还多亏了这位马尔福呢。他补充道。Harry and Ron headed upstairs, smothering their laughter at Malfoy#39;s obvious rage and confusion.哈利和罗恩往楼上走去。他们看到马尔福那副明显愤怒和迷惑的样子,不得不使劲把笑忍住。Well, it#39;s true, Harry chortled as they reached the top of the marble staircase,真的,我说的是实话,当他们来到大理石楼梯顶上时,哈利咯咯地笑着说。If he hadn#39;t stolen Neville#39;s Remembrall I wouln#39;t be on the team.如果不是他偷了纳威的玻璃球,我就进不了球队。So I suppose you think that#39;s a reward for breaking rules? came an angry voice from just behind them.所以你认为这是对你违反校规的奖励吗?他们俩身后传来一个愤怒的声音。Hermione was stomping up the stairs, looking disapprovingly at the package in Harry#39;s hand.赫敏噔噔地走上楼来,不满地看着哈利手里的包裹。I thought you weren#39;t speaking to us? said Harry.我还以为你不跟我们说话了呢。哈利说。Yes, don#39;t stop now, said Ron, it#39;s doing us so much good.是啊,现在也别说,罗恩说,这使我们感到很舒。Hermione marched away with her nose in the air.赫敏大踏步地走开了,鼻子扬得高高的。 /201205/182497。
  • Three days later, the Dursleys were showing no sign of relenting, and Harry couldn’t see any way out of his situation.三天后,德思礼一家还丝毫没有发慈悲的迹象,哈利想不出脱身的办法。He lay on his bed watching the sun sinking behind the bars on the window and wondered miserably what was going to happen to him.他躺在床上看太阳在窗栅后面落下,悲哀地想着自己今后的命运。What was the good of magicking himself out of his room if Hogwarts would expel him for doing it?如果会被霍格沃茨开除,那用魔法逃出去又有什么意义呢?Yet life at Privet Drive had reached an all-time low.可是女贞路的生活实在是过不下去了。Now that the Dursleys knew they weren’t going to wake up as fruit bats, he had lost his only weapon.现在,德思礼一家知道他们不会一觉醒来变成蝙蝠了,哈利失去了惟一的武器。Dobby might have saved Harry from horrible happenings at Hogwarts, but the way things were going, he’d probably starve to death anyway.多比也许使哈利躲过了霍格沃茨的可怕劫难,可是照现在这样下去,他可能会饿死。The cat-flap rattled and Aunt Petunia’s hand appeared, pushing a bowl of canned soup into the room.活板门一响,佩妮姨妈的手从洞口推进来一碗罐头汤。Harry, whose insides were aching with hunger, jumped off his bed and seized it.哈利早就饿得肚子疼了,赶紧跳下床捧起那只碗。The soup was stone-cold, but he drank half of it in one gulp.汤是冰凉的,可他一口气喝了半碗。Then he crossed the room to Hedwig’s cage and tipped the soggy vegetables at the bottom of the bowl into her empty food tray.然后他走到海德薇的笼子旁,把碗底那几根泡了水的蔬菜倒进它空空的食盘里。She ruffled her feathers and gave him a look of deep disgust.它竖起羽毛,充满厌恶地看了他一眼。“It’s no good turning your beak up at it — that’s all we’ve got,” said Harry grimly.“别把你的鸟嘴翘得老高,我们只有这些。”哈利板着脸说。He put the empty bowl back on the floor next to the cat-flap and lay back down on the bed, somehow even hungrier than he had been before the soup.他把空碗放回活板门旁,重新躺到床上,感觉比喝汤前更饿了。Supposing he was still alive in another four weeks, what would happen if he didn’t turn up at Hogwarts?假设他四星期后还活着,却没去霍格沃茨报到,那会怎么样呢?Would someone be sent to see why he hadn’t come back?他们会不会派人来调查他为什么没回去?Would they be able to make the Dursleys let him go?他们能使德思礼一家放他走吗?The room was growing dark. Exhausted, stomach rumbling, mind spinning over the same unanswerable questions, Harry fell into an uneasy sleep.屋里黑下来了,哈利精疲力竭,饥肠辘辘,脑子里翻来覆去地转着那些没有的问题。他不知不觉睡着了,睡得很不安稳。He dreamed that he was on show in a zoo, with a card ing underage wizard attached to his cage.他梦见自己被放在动物园展览,笼子上的卡片写着“小巫师”。People goggled through the bars at him as he lay, starving and weak, on a bed of straw.人们隔着铁栅栏看他,他躺在稻草上,饿得奄奄一息。He saw Dobby’s face in the crowd and shouted out, asking for help, but Dobby called, “Harry Potter is safe there, sir!” and vanished.他在人群中看到了多比的面孔,忙喊他来救他,可多比叫道:“哈利波特在那儿是安全的,先生!”说完就消失了。Then the Dursleys appeared and Dudley rattled the bars of the cage, laughing at him.接着他又看到德思礼一家,达力摇着铁笼栏杆嘲笑他。“Stop it,” Harry muttered as the rattling pounded in his sore head. “Leave me alone . . . cut it out . . . I’m trying to sleep. . . .”“住手,”哈利含糊不清地说道,那嘎啦嘎啦的声音震动着他疼痛的神经,“别吵我……停下……我想睡觉……”He opened his eyes. Moonlight was shining through the bars on the window.他睁开眼,月光从窗栅间照进来,And someone was goggling through the bars at him: a freckle-faced, red-haired, long-nosed someone.有人隔着铁栅栏瞪视着他:一个雀斑脸、红头发、长鼻子的人。Ron Weasley was outside Harry’s window.罗恩韦斯莱正在哈利的窗户外面。 /201205/183823。
  • 有声名著之秘密花园 Chapter14暂无文本 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/51311。
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