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The Waves 9.4

The Waves
豆瓣评分:9.4
作者: Virginia Woolf
出版年: 2000-11-5
页数: 192
定价: USD 4.99
装帧: Paperback
丛书: Wordsworth Classics
ISBN: 9781840224108

内容简介  · · · · · ·

《海浪》中每个引子都是一篇精致的散文诗,以太阳和海浪的涨落与变迁对应生命的兴衰沉浮;跟在每段引子后面的是六个没有姓氏的、高度形式化的人物在各自相应人生阶段——从儿童时代、学生时代、青春时代、中年时代直到 老年时代的瞬间内心独白。引子与正文互相映射,为读者的感官辟开前所未有的、细致入微的通道,最大限度地接近生命、时间、意识以及感觉的实质。这是一部在现代文学的殿堂中占据重要地位的作品,时至今日,仍以其精美绝伦的文本结构和诗意盎然的笔调激荡着我们的灵魂。

Book Description

Tracing the lives of a group of friends, this novel follows their development from childhood to youth and middle age. Separately and …

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《海浪》中每个引子都是一篇精致的散文诗,以太阳和海浪的涨落与变迁对应生命的兴衰沉浮;跟在每段引子后面的是六个没有姓氏的、高度形式化的人物在各自相应人生阶段——从儿童时代、学生时代、青春时代、中年时代直到 老年时代的瞬间内心独白。引子与正文互相映射,为读者的感官辟开前所未有的、细致入微的通道,最大限度地接近生命、时间、意识以及感觉的实质。这是一部在现代文学的殿堂中占据重要地位的作品,时至今日,仍以其精美绝伦的文本结构和诗意盎然的笔调激荡着我们的灵魂。

Book Description

Tracing the lives of a group of friends, this novel follows their development from childhood to youth and middle age. Separately and together, they query the relationship of past to present, and the meaning of life itself.

From AudioFile

This narrative traces the lives and friendships of six childhood friends from their childhood to their old age. It tells of the friends' true feelings, which are often different from the ones they portray to each other. The narration is done in a light, airy poetic voice by Frances Jeater, who comforts the listener with her reading but fails to provide enough differentiation to the characters, making it difficult to know who is the focus of each point of the story. J.F.M.

About Author

Virginia Woolf was born in London in 1882. From 1915 onward, she maintained an astonishing output of fiction, literary criticism, essays and biography. She married Leonard Woolf and in 1917 they founded the Hogarth Press. She died in 1941.

Book Dimension :

length: (cm)19.8                 width:(cm)12.6

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  • There was a star riding through clouds one night, and I said to the star, "Consume me." p.34

    —— 引自第34页
  • The truth is that I am not one of those who find their satisfaction in one person, or in infinity. The private room bores me, also the sky. My being only glitters when all its facets are exposed to many people. Let them fail and I am full of holes, dwindling like burnt paper. But still a few stars fall through my night, beautifully, from the violence of that concussion. p 105

    —— 引自第105页

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