名利场(第6级)(书虫·牛津英汉双语读物)
Vanity Fair

  • 作   者:

    威廉·萨克雷
    William Thackeray

  • 译   者:

    唐辉

  • 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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贝姬·夏普和阿梅莉亚·赛德利即将开始在名利场的奇妙历险。她们都将觅得夫婿,但婚姻会持续多久?谁会佩戴钻石,谁会忍饥挨饿?她们会忠贞守一,还是会荒唐行事?她们会被弃之若屣,还是会被深深爱恋?谁会把钞票缝到裙子里,随着胜利之师奔赴巴黎?谁会回到娘家,悲凄淌泪?还有她们的亲朋好友……约瑟夫·赛德利会当一辈子傻瓜吗?罗顿·克劳利会了解真相吗?威廉·多宾会如愿以偿吗?

Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley are starting out on the great adventure of Vanity Fair. Each will find a husband, but how long will it last? Who will wear diamonds, who will go hungry? Will they be faithful, foolish, neglected, devoted? Who will sew banknotes into her dress and follow a victorious army to Paris? Who will go home to her mother and weep in misery? And their friends and relations... Will Joseph Sedley be a fool all his life? WIll Rawdon Crawley learn the truth? Will William Dobbi get his heart's desire?

《名利场》是十九世纪英国批判现实主义作家威廉·萨克雷的成名之作。作者以圆熟泼辣的手笔,讲述了19世纪初期两位英国姑娘丽贝卡·夏普和阿梅利亚·塞得利在名利场中跌宕起伏、几经波折的经历,淋漓尽致地描绘了一幅十九世纪英国贵族资产阶级上层骄奢淫逸、勾心斗角的生活图景,无情地揭露了封建贵族荒淫无耻、腐朽堕落的本质和资产阶级追名逐利、尔虞我诈的虚伪面目。

Vanity Fair is an English novel by William Makepeace Thackeray which follows the lives of Becky Sharp and Emmy Sedley amid their friends and families during and after the Napoleonic Wars. It satired the early 19th-century British society. It was published as a single volume in 1848 with the subtitle A Novel without a Hero, reflecting Thackeray's interest in deconstructing his era's conventions regarding literary heroism. It is sometimes considered the "principal founder" of the Victorian domestic novel.

威廉·萨克雷(1811.7.18- 1863.12.24),英国作家,其代表作品是世界名著《名利场》。与狄更斯齐名,为维多利亚时代的代表小说家。还著有《班迪尼斯》等作品。萨克雷的早期小说有的描绘上流社会各种骗子和冒险家,有的讽刺当时流行的渲染犯罪行为的小说。他笔下的人物不是简单化的或好或坏,而是有深刻的内心活动。同时,他也重视环境和性格的相互关系,常常从不同的社会环境、不同的历史阶段,用生动典型的细节多方面刻画主要人物性格。

William Thackeray (18 July 1811 – 24 December 1863) was an English novelist of the 19th century. He is known for his satirical works, particularly Vanity Fair, a panoramic portrait of English society. In his earliest works, he tended towards savagery in his attacks on high society, military prowess, the institution of marriage and hypocrisy.

十九世纪初,六月里一个阳光明媚的清晨,阿梅莉亚·塞德利小姐和丽贝卡·夏普小姐离校了。把她们从平克顿女子学校接走的马车里装满了送给阿梅莉亚的礼物和花儿,因为人人都爱她;但丽贝卡离开时却没有一个人掉眼泪。

One sunny morning in June, early in the 1800s, Miss Amelia Sedley and Miss Rebecca Sharp left school. The carriage which took them away from Miss Pinkerton’s school for young ladies was filled with gifts and flowers for Amelia, for everyone loved her; but nobody cried when Rebecca left.

  • 版权页

  • 内容简介

  • VANITY FAIR

  • PEOPLE IN THIS STORY

  • 人物介绍

  • 1 The young ladies leave school

  • 1 小姐们离校

  • 2 Becky Sharp makes new friends

  • 2 贝姬·夏普结交新朋友

  • 3 Amelia Sedley nearly loses hope

  • 3 阿梅莉亚·塞德利几乎绝望

  • 4 A pleasant stay in Brighton

  • 4 布赖顿愉快之旅

  • 5 Waiting for war in Brussels

  • 5 在布鲁塞尔等待战争

  • 6 Mothers, sons, and other relations

  • 6 母亲、儿子及其他亲人

  • 7 Reunions, quarrels, and other family business

  • 7 团聚、争吵及其他家事

  • 8 The rise and fall of our heroines' fortunes

  • 8 女主人公们的命运浮沉

  • 9 Colonel Crawley's troubles

  • 9 克劳利上校的麻烦

  • 10 Major Dobbin returns from India

  • 10 多宾少校印度归来

  • 11 A meeting with an old friend

  • 11 旧友相逢

  • 12 Births, marriages, and deaths

  • 12 出生、婚姻和去世

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