我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选

一代人的冷峻良知,《1984》作者奥威尔散文集。

作者:[英]乔治·奥威尔 著,冯道如 编,洪琦 译

出版社:江苏文艺出版社出版时间:2013-05-01

开本:32开页数:319页

定价: ¥26.0

我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选 版权:

ISBN:9787539961460
条形码:9787539961460 ; 978-7-5399-6146-0
装帧:简裝本
版次:1
册数:暂无
重量:暂无
印刷次数:1
所属分类:文学>外国随笔

我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选 特点:

  他贫窘的一生在*后一年得到一劳永逸的改观,他却来不及享受,那享受或许是无法抵抗的沉迷,唯有在痛苦中能保持清醒。他用优雅的句子去揭露谎言,华丽地撕开社会的伤口。韵律跳动的美妙背后,总是出乎所有人的意料。留下的所有,都值得一读。

His poor life was changed once and for all in the year after * but he didn’t have time to enjoy it. The enjoyment may be an irresistible addiction, and only in pain can he keep sober. He used elegant sentences to expose lies and magnificently tore open the wounds of society. Behind the beauty of rhythm, it is always beyond everyone’s expectation. All that remains is worth reading.

我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选 简介:

  他被称作一代人的冷峻良知,他一语道破被蒙蔽的事实他是奉了上帝的旨意来目睹现实的寒冷,揭示出*丑陋的灵魂在这个不能自由言说的世界里,他一直在高声呐喊他说:请坚持,并且握紧拳头

He was known as the cold conscience of a generation. He said that he was blinded by the truth. He saw the cold reality by God’s will and revealed the ugly soul. In this world that can’t speak freely, he has been shouting. He said: please insist and clench your fist

我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选 目录:

我为什么写作
如此欢乐童年
书店回忆
射象
收容站
绞刑
不小心说漏了西班牙的秘密
回顾西班牙内战
好的蹩脚作品
查尔斯?里德
马拉喀什
唐纳德?麦克吉尔的艺术
英国本色
一杯好茶
诗歌和话筒
苦涩的复仇
一个书评家的自白
体育的精神
普通蟾蜍随想录
英国式谋杀的衰落
甘地沉思录

我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选 摘选:

他被称作一代人的冷峻良知,他一语道破被蒙蔽的事实他是奉了上帝的旨意来目睹现实的寒冷,揭示出*丑陋的灵魂在这个不能自由言说的世界里,他一直在高声呐喊他说:请坚持,并且握紧拳头

我们欢喜异常-奥威尔散文选 作者:

  奥威尔,作家、记者和社会评论家,生于英属印度。他一生短暂,且受到了当局二十几年严密的监视,直到死。45岁时开始创作他一生中最重要的作品《1984》,该书于1949年6月出版后获得了极大的成功,他只浅尝了这成功的滋味便因病去世,像是完成了他被赋予的最高使命。1949年10月13日,他和比他小16岁的杂志编辑索尼娅?布朗内尔小姐在病房里举行了婚礼,妻子却并不爱他。婚后一年,正和情人耳鬓厮磨的妻子接到电话,47岁的奥威尔死于肺部大出血。他满身才华,一生落魄,一度流浪度日,他的命运惹人唏嘘,却无法评价。

Orwell, a writer, journalist and social critic, was born in British India. His life was short, and he was closely monitored by the authorities for more than 20 years until his death. At the age of 45, he began to create the most important work in his life, 1984. After the book was published in June 1949, it was a great success. He only tasted the taste of this success, and then died of illness, like completing the highest mission he was given. On October 13, 1949, he and Sonia, editor of the magazine, who was 16 years younger than him? Miss Brownell married in the ward, but her wife didn’t love him. One year after the marriage, Orwell, 47, died of massive pulmonary hemorrhage when his wife, who was struggling with her lover, received a phone call. He is full of talent, a life of depression, once wandering, his fate is lamentable, but can not be evaluated.

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