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作者:(美) 玛格丽特.米切尔 内容简介:《飘》讲述的故事发生于美国南北战争时期的佐治亚州,以几对男女青年的爱情历程为主线,反应了几个南方世族家族的兴衰史以及南北战争及南方战后重建的情形。女主角斯佳丽本来是一个娇生惯养的庄园小姐,经历了战争之后,终于蜕变为一个坚强的、自食其力的女商人,其性格具有自私、贪婪、坚定、敢爱敢恨等多重特点,是美国小说中最丰富、最饱满、最经典的女性形象之一。而小说中那段倾城之恋也成为美国小说史上最具浪漫传奇色彩的爱情故事。 《飘》是女作家玛格丽特·米切尔一生唯一的一部长篇小说,小说于1936年6月问世,1937年获得普利策最佳小说奖。小说被翻译成四十多种文字,在世界各地出版,被誉为“一切时代的畅销小说”。
飘(乱世佳人):Part One CHAPTER I2012-04-12
SCARLETT O’HARA was not beautiful, but men seldom realized it when caught by her charm as the Tarleton twins were. In her face were too sharply blended the delicate features of her mother, a Coast aristocrat of French descent, and the heavy ones of her florid Irish father.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER II2012-04-11
WHEN THE TWINS left Scarlett standing on the porch of Tara and the last sound of flying hooves had died away, she went back to her chair like a sleepwalker. Her face felt stiff as from pain and her mouth actually hurt from having stretched it, unwillingly, in smiles to prevent the twins from learning her secret.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER III2012-04-11
ELLEN O’HARA was thirty-two years old, and, according to the standards of her day, she was a middle-aged woman, one who had borne six children and buried three. She was a tall woman, standing a head higher than her fiery little husband, but she moved with such quiet grace in her swaying hoops that the height attracted no attention to itself.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER IV2012-04-10
THAT NIGHT AT SUPPER, Scarlett went through the motions of presiding over the table in her mother’s absence, but her mind was in a ferment over the dreadful news she had heard about Ashley and Melanie.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER V2012-04-10
IT WAS TEN O’CLOCK in the morning. The day was warm for April and the golden sunlight streamed, brilliantly into Scarlett’s room through the blue curtains of the wide windows.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER VI2012-04-09
THEY CROSSED the river and the carriage mounted the hill. Even before Twelve Oaks came into view Scarlett saw a haze of smoke hanging lazily in the tops of the tall trees and smelled the mingled savory odors of burning hickory logs and roasting pork and mutton.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER VII2012-04-09
WITHIN TWO WEEKS Scarlett had become a wife, and within two months more she was a widow. She was soon released from the bonds she had assumed with so much haste and so little thought, but she was never again to know the careless freedom of her unmarried days. Widowhood had crowded closely on the heels of marriage but, to her dismay, motherhood soon followed.
飘(乱世佳人):Part Two CHAPTER VIII2012-04-08
AS THE TRAIN carried Scarlett northward that May morning in 1862, she thought that Atlanta couldn’t possibly be so boring as Charleston and Savannah had been and, in spite of her distaste for Miss Pittypat and Melanie, she looked forward with some curiosity toward seeing how the town had fared since her last visit, in the winter before the war began.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER IX2012-04-08
SCARLETT sat in the window of her bedroom that midsummer morning and disconsolately watched the wagons and carriages full of girls, soldiers and chaperons ride gaily out Peachtree road in search of woodland decorations for the bazaar which was to be held that evening for the benefit of the hospitals.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER X2012-04-07
Oh, dear, what does the money matter? wailed Pittypat, wringing her hands. I just couldn’t believe my eyes, and poor Charlie hardly dead a year. ...
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XI2012-04-07
ON AN AFTERNOON of the following week, Scarlett came home from the hospital weary and indignant. She was tired from standing on her feet all morning and irritable because Mrs. Merriwether had scolded her sharply for sitting on a soldier’s bed while she dressed his wounded arm.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XII2012-04-07
Confederate money had dropped alarmingly and the price of food and clothing had risen accordingly. The commissary was laying such heavy levies on foodstuffs that the tables of Atlanta were beginning to suffer.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XIII2012-04-07
UNDER MRS. MERRIWETHER’S GOADING, Dr. Meade took action, in the form of a letter to the newspaper wherein be did not mention Rhett by name, though his meaning was obvious.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XIV2012-04-05
Christmas of 1862 had been a happy one for Atlanta, for the whole South. The Confederacy had scored a smashing victory at Fredericksburg and the Yankee dead and wounded were counted in the thousands.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XV2012-04-05
THE ARMY, driven back into Virginia, went into winter quarters on the Rapidan a tired, depleted army since the defeat at Gettysburg and as the Christmas season approached, Ashley came home on furlough.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XVI2012-04-04
JANUARY AND FEBRUARY OF 1864 PASSED, full of cold rains and wild winds, clouded by pervasive gloom and depression. In addition to the defeats at Gettysburg and Vicksburg, the center of the Southern line had caved.
飘(乱世佳人):Part Three CHAPTER XVII2012-04-04
MAY OF 1864 CAME a hot dry May that wilted the flowers in the buds and the Yankees under General Sherman were in Georgia again, above Dalton, one hundred miles northwest of Atlanta.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XVIII2012-04-03
FOR THE FIRST TIME since the war began, Atlanta could hear the sound of battle. In the early morning hours before the noises of the town awoke, the cannon at Kennesaw Mountain could be heard faintly, far away, a low dim booming that might have passed for summer thunder.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XIX2012-04-03
IN THOSE FIRST DAYS of the siege, when the Yankees crashed here and there against the defenses of the city, Scarlett was so frightened by the bursting shells she could only cower helplessly, her hands over her ears, expecting every moment to be blown into eternity.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XX2012-04-02
AS THE HOT noisy days of August were drawing to a close the bombardment abruptly ceased. The quiet that fell on the town was startling. Neighbors met on the streets and stared at one another, uncertain, uneasy, as to what might be impending. The stillness, after the screaming days, brought no surcease to strained nerves but, if possible, made the strain even worse.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XXI2012-04-02
AFTER SENDING UP Melanie’s breakfast tray, Scarlett dispatched Prissy for Mrs. Meade and sat down with Wade to eat her own breakfast. But for once she had no appetite.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XXII2012-04-01
THERE WOULD NEVER AGAIN BE an afternoon as long as this one. Or as hot. Or as full of lazy insolent flies. They swarmed on Melanie despite the fan Scarlett kept in constant motion.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XXIII2012-04-01
AFTER PRISSY HAD GONE, Scarlett went wearily into the downstairs hall and lit a lamp. The house felt steamingly hot, as though it held in its walls all the heat of the noontide.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XXIV2012-03-31
THE BRIGHT GLARE of morning sunlight streaming through the trees overhead awakened Scarlett. For a moment, stiffened by the cramped position in which she had slept, she could not remember where she was.
飘(乱世佳人):CHAPTER XXV2012-03-31
THE NEXT MORNING Scarlett’s body was so stiff and sore from the long miles of walking and jolting in the wagon that every movement was agony. Her face was crimson with sunburn and her blistered palms raw.
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