百合娜达
Nada the Lily

  • 作   者:

    亨利·莱特·哈格德
    Henry Rider Haggard

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

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Nada the Lily is unusual for a Victorian novel in that its entire cast of characters is South African and black. Parts of the story are closely based on actual historical events and on folktales recorded by Bishop Henry Callaway and others.

《百合娜达》是英国小说家哈格德所著的一部历史小说,部分内容基于真实的历史事件。小说主人公是祖鲁国王的私生子,整本书围绕他的英雄故事和他对百合娜达——“祖鲁最美丽的女人”的爱。

Nada the Lily is an historical novel by English writer H. Rider Haggard, published in 1892. It is said to be inspired by Haggard's time in South Africa (1875–1882). The novel tells the tale of the hero Umslopogaas, the illegitimate son of the great Zulu king and general Chaka, and his love for "the most beautiful of Zulu women", Nada the Lily.

亨利·莱特·哈格德(1856年6月22日-1925年5月16日),英国小说家。他是英国维多利亚时代受欢迎的小说家,以浪漫的爱情与惊险的冒险故事为题材,代表作为《所罗门王的宝藏》。林纾最常翻译哈格德的小说。哈格德常年住在非洲,担任过南非纳塔尔省省长秘书。

Henry Rider Haggard (22 June 1856–14 May 1925) was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and a founder of the Lost World literary genre. He was also involved in agricultural reform throughout the British Empire. His stories, situated at the lighter end of Victorian literature, continue to be popular and influential.

Sompseu, a song has been sung in my ears of how first you mastered this people of the Zulu. Is it not true, my father, that for long hours you sat silent and alone, while three thousand warriors shouted for your life? And when they grew weary, did you not stand and say, pointing towards the ocean: "Kill me if you wish, men of Cetywayo, but I tell you that for every drop of my blood a hundred avengers shall rise from yonder sea!"

  • DEDICATION

  • PREFACE

  • INTRODUCTION

  • CHAPTER I THE BOY CHAKA PROPHESIES

  • CHAPTER IMOPO IS IN TROUBLE

  • CHAPTER III MOPO VENTURES HOME

  • CHAPTER IV THE FLIGHT OF MOPO AND BALEKA

  • CHAPTER V MOPO BECOMES THE KING'S DOCTOR

  • CHAPTER VI THE BIRTH OF UMSLOPOGAAS

  • CHAPTER VII UMSLOPOGAAS ANSWERS THE KING

  • CHAPTER VIII THE GREAT INGOMBOCO

  • CHAPTER IX THE LOSS OF UMSLOPOGAAS

  • CHAPTER X THE TRIAL OF MOPO

  • CHAPTER XI THE COUNSEL OF BALEKA

  • CHAPTER XII THE TALE OF GALAZI THE WOLF

  • CHAPTER XIII GALAZI BECOMES KING OF THE WOLVES

  • CHAPTER XIV

  • CHAPTER XV

  • CHAPTER XVI UMSLOPOGAAS VENTURES OUT TO WIN THE AXE

  • CHAPTER XVII UMSLOPOGAAS BECOMES CHIEF OF THE PEOPLE OF THE AXE

  • CHAPTER XVIII THE CURSE OF BALEKA

  • CHAPTER XIX MASILO COMES TO THE KRAAL DUGUZA

  • CHAPTER XX MOPO BARGAINS WITH THE PRINCES

  • CHAPTER XXI THE DEATH OF CHAKA

  • CHAPTER XXII MOPO GOES TO SEEK THE SLAUGHTERER

  • CHAPTER XXXIII THE END OF THE PEOPLE, BLACK AND GREY

  • CHAPTER XXXIV THE LILY'S FAREWELL

  • CHAPTER XXV THE WAR WITH THE HALAKAZI PEOPLE

  • CHAPTER XXVI THE FINDING OF NADA

  • CHAPTER XXVII THE STAMPING OF THE FIRE

  • CHAPTER XXVIII THE LILY IS BROUGHT TO DINGAAN

  • CHAPTER XXIX MOPO TELLS HIS TALE

  • CHAPTER XXX THE COMING OF NADA

  • CHAPTER XXXI THE WAR OF THE WOMEN

  • CHAPTER XXXII ZINITA COMES TO THE KING

  • CHAPTER XXXIII THE END OF THE PEOPLE, BLACK AND GREY

  • CHAPTER XXXIV THE LILY'S FAREWELL

  • CHAPTER XXXV THE VENGEANCE OF MOPO AND HIS FOSTERLING

  • CHAPTER XXXVI MOPO ENDS HIS TALE

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