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作者:王勋,纪飞、等译

出版社:清华大学出版社

出版时间:2011-10-01

书籍编号:30111997

ISBN:9787302266877

正文语种:中英对照

字数:13262

版次:1

所属分类:外语学习-英语读物

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插图·中文导读英文版


A Story of the Angel
天使的故事


王 勋 纪 飞 等编译


清华大学出版社

前言


在远古时代,诗人们和编故事的人们构想了许多关于公主与王子、魔鬼与天使、国王与平民、动物与智者、美女与勇士等传说,这些故事由一代代人口述着流传下来。后来人们把它们变成了文字,这些奇妙的故事就被记录下来。这些被记录下来的故事一般是寓言故事、神话传说、历史故事和名人传奇等,它们传诵的主要对象是青少年,是每个民族文化记忆中的核心内容,它们可以统称为传说或童话。它们以口承和文字形式代代相传绵绵不绝,既延续着一个个历久弥新的故事与文本的记载,同时也传递着一种精神的力量。世界上几乎每一个国家都重视对本国青少年的童话教育,特别是源于世界各地的著名童话故事教育,如中国的“花木兰”,丹麦的“丑小鸭”,德国的“小红帽”,英国的“亚瑟王”,俄罗斯的“伊凡王子”,印度的“月亮里的兔子”,日本的“拇指太郎”,中世纪古希腊的“农夫和蛇”等。


基于以上原因,我们认为编写源于世界各地的美丽传说故事读本,对加强当代中国青少年学生素质教育和人文修养是非常有帮助的。作为世界童话宝库的一部分,本书内容取材于浓郁、浪漫的西方国度——意大利和俄罗斯的经典传说故事。这些美丽的传说故事之所以被选入本书,不仅因为它们具有内在美,具有鲜明的西方特色,而且是因为它们为世界传说与神话文学宝库增添了无限的生机。阅读本书,让我们不得不惊叹古人的美妙想象和精神活动。这些故事不仅在于内容的经典性和表达的完美性,而且要蕴含文化的理念和价值,让人们得到人文的熏陶,青少年读者可以从中得到有益的启示。


国内也曾有此类书出版,但主要集中在两个方面:一种是中文翻译版,另一种是中英文对照版。而其中的中英文对照读本比较受青少年读者的欢迎,这主要是得益于中国人热衷于学习英文的大环境。而从英文学习的角度上来看,直接使用纯英文的学习资料更有利于英语学习。考虑到对英文内容背景的了解有助于英文阅读,使用中文导读应该是一种比较好的方式,也可以说是该类型书的第三种版本形式。采用中文导读而非中英文对照的方式进行编排,这样有利于国内读者摆脱对英文阅读依赖中文注释的习惯。在中文导读中,我们尽力使其贴近原作的精髓,也尽可能保留原作风格。我们希望能够编出为当代中国青少年读者所喜爱的经典读本。读者在阅读英文故事之前,可以先阅读中文导读内容,这样有利于了解故事背景,从而加快阅读速度。同时,为了读者更好地理解故事内容,书中加入了大量的插图。


本书主要内容由王勋、纪飞编译。参加本书故事素材搜集整理及编译工作的还有郑佳、刘乃亚、赵雪、左新杲、黄福成、冯洁、徐鑫、马启龙、王业伟、王旭敏、陈楠、王多多、邵舒丽、周丽萍、王晓旭、李永振、孟宪行、熊红华、胡国平、熊建国、徐平国、王小红等。限于我们的文学素养和英语水平,书中难免会有不当之处,我们衷心希望读者朋友批评指正。

驴和它的影子
The Ass and His Shadow


导读


一个人雇了一头驴出远门。天气酷热,这个人和驴的主人都想在驴的影子下休息,可驴的影子太小,结果两人争吵起来,驴就趁机跑掉了。


A traveler hired an Ass to convey him to a distant place.The day being intensely hot,and the sun shining in its strength,the Traveler stopped to rest,and sought shelter from the heat under the Shadow of the Ass.As this afforded only protection for one,and as the Traveler and the owner of the Ass both claimed it,a violent dispute arose between them as to which of them had the right to the Shadow.The owner maintained that he had let the Ass only,and not his Shadow.The Traveler asserted that he had,with the hire of the Ass,hired his Shadow also.The quarrel proceeded from words to blows,and while the men fought,the Ass galloped off.


In quarreling about the shadow we often lose the substance.


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驴和它的影子

狼和驴
The Wolf and the Donkey


导读


狼在路上遇到了驴。驴急中生智,叫狼不要在公路上吃他,因为那样他会害羞。狼同意和驴用绳子拴一起,等走到“安静”的地方再吃驴。驴将狼带到了自己的主人家。主人想把狼杀了,但不小心让狼逃跑了。


A Wolf once met a Donkey on the road outside the village.


“I\'m going to eat you up,”said the Wolf.


“Certainly,”replied the Donkey,thinking fast,“But please don\'t eat me out here on the road where everyone can see.I shall be so ashamed.Take me into the forest.Don\'t be afraid that I shall try to escape.Here,tie this rope round your neck and fasten it to my bridle.Then I will lead you to a quiet spot I know.”


The Wolf thought this was a good idea so he fastened the rope round his neck and knotted it firmly to the Donkey\'s bridle.


“Now I will go wherever you say,”said the Donkey.


“Show me the way to your quiet spot,”ordered the Wolf.


“Very well,”said the Donkey,setting off down the road towards the village.As they came to the first houses the Wolf began to suspect that he had been tricked.


“This is not the way to the forest,”he said,ragging at his end of the rope,“This road goes to the village.”


“Don\'t worry,”said the Donkey cheerfully,“This is a short cut.”


The Donkey began to trot faster,then to gallop.The rope round the Wolf\'s neck drew tight;in a very short time he was dragged right up to the donkey\'s door.


The master,his wife and their three sons all came running out to rescue the Donkey.They were so angry that they would have killed the Wolf there and then.Fortunately for the Wolf,however,one of the sons threw a knife at him.The knife missed,but it cut the rope round his neck.The next moment all the family could see was a cloud of dust in the road as the Wolf fled to safety in the dark forest.

狐狸和猫
The Fox and the Cat


导读


狐狸对猫说他有很多种逃生方法。突然猎狗来了,猫一下子爬上树。而就在狐狸想着该用哪种方法时,猎人赶到把狐狸杀死了。


A fox was boasting to a Cat of its clever devices for escaping its enemies.“I have a whole bag of tricks,”he said,“which contains a hundred ways of escaping my enemies.”


“I have only one,”said the Cat;“but I can generally manage with that.”Just at that moment they heard the cry of a pack of hounds coming towards them,and the Cat immediately scampered up a tree and hid herself in the boughs.“This is my play,”said the Cat.“What are you going to do?”


The Fox thought first of one way,then of another,and while he was debating the hounds came nearer and nearer,and at last the Fox in his confusion was caught up by the hounds and soon killed by the huntsmen.Miss Puss,who had been looking on,said:“Better one safe say than a hundred on which you cannot reckon.”


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狐狸和猫

狮子和蚊子
Lion and Gnat


导读


狮子很看不起蚊子,蚊子很生气,决定和狮子决一死战。狮子对蚊子的挑战很不屑。蚊子不断地叮咬狮子的前额、鼻子、耳朵。狮子却怎么也打不到蚊子。最后狮子筋疲力尽,瘫倒在地,向蚊子求和了。


I have a tale that tells you that,of how the lion\'s pride was humbled by a gnat.Well,here,as I\'ve been told,is how the story went.The lion with the gnat put on a cold contempt.The gnat was filled with rage;he could not stand the slight.The gnat he rose in arms and sallied forth to fight.He\'s knight and bugler,too;he trumps with all his breath,and challenges his foe to fight him to the death.


The lion laughs;but Gnat\'s

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