月亮与六便士
The Moon and Sixpence

  • 作   者:

    威廉·萨默塞特·毛姆
    William Somerset Maugham

  • 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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这本讲述了查理斯·思特里克兰德抛弃一切,追求梦想的故事。直击心灵,激发读者思考现实与梦想的关系。查理斯的故事发生在世界的每个角落,在每个人的身上上演。我们都很平凡,如何与自我发现,自我期许达到统一是每个人面临的问题。

主要讲述了主人公查理斯·思特里克兰德一生的经历。他原是一名证券经纪人,拥有富裕和美满的家庭,但人到中年的他突然响应内心的呼唤,为了追求内心的绘画梦想,抛妻弃子,离家出走,在经历种种离奇遭遇后来到了塔西提岛,与一个土著姑娘爱塔结了婚,并创作出许多艺术杰作。

The novel’s central character, Charles Strickland, is a London stockbroker who renounces his wife, children, and business in order to paint. In Paris, Strickland woos and wins a friend’s wife away just so that he can paint her; when she kills herself, he is seemingly unaffected but leaves Paris, later settling in Tahiti with a young native woman. The story is in part based on the life of the painter Paul Gauguin.

毛姆是英国小说家、剧作家,被誉为“故事圣手”。18岁在伦敦学医,后弃医从文。23岁时发表首部小说《兰贝斯的丽莎》,从此走上文学创作的道路。他一生经历丰富,经历过两次世界大战,做过情报员,会记等,这些经历也体现在他的作品中。1919年,长篇小说《月亮和六便士》问世,1954年,英国女王授予“荣誉侍从”的称号,成为皇家文学会的会员。他的小说机智、幽默,不时流露出对某些社会现象的讥讽。

W. Somerset Maugham, in full William Somerset Maugham,is an English novelist, playwright, and short-story writer. He was among the most popular writers of his era. His work is characterized by a clear unadorned style, cosmopolitan settings, and a shrewd understanding of human nature.

Each one of us is alone in the world. He is shut in a tower of brass, and can communicate with his fellows only by signs, and the signs have no common value, so that their sense is vague and uncertain. We seek pitifully to convey to others the treasures of our heart, but they have not the power to accept them, and so we go lonely, side by side but not together, unable to know our fellows and unknown by them.

  • Chapter I

  • Chapter II

  • Chapter III

  • Chapter IV

  • Chapter V

  • Chapter VI

  • Chapter VII

  • Chapter VIII

  • Chapter IX

  • Chapter X

  • Chapter XI

  • Chapter XII

  • Chapter XIII

  • Chapter XIV

  • Chapter XV

  • Chapter XVI

  • Chapter XVII

  • Chapter XVIII

  • Chapter XIX

  • Chapter XX

  • Chapter XXI

  • Chapter XXII

  • Chapter XXIII

  • Chapter XXIV

  • Chapter XXV

  • Chapter XXVI

  • Chapter XXVII

  • Chapter XXVIII

  • Chapter XXIX

  • Chapter XXX

  • Chapter XXXI

  • Chapter XXXII

  • Chapter XXXIII

  • Chapter XXXIV

  • Chapter XXXV

  • Chapter XXXVI

  • Chapter XXXVII

  • Chapter XXXVIII

  • Chapter XXXIX

  • Chapter XL

  • Chapter XLI

  • Chapter XLII

  • Chapter XLIII

  • Chapter XLIV

  • Chapter XLV

  • Chapter XLVI

  • Chapter XLVII

  • Chapter XLVIII

  • Chapter XLIX

  • Chapter L

  • Chapter LI

  • Chapter LII

  • Chapter LIII

  • Chapter LIV

  • Chapter LV

  • Chapter LVI

  • Chapter LVII

  • Chapter LVIII

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