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伊丽莎,我对你不起,揭穿了你心上人的过错。可是事实上你只要看看他那种出身,当然就不会指望他干出什么好事来。;What think you of books?; said he, smiling.;Books--oh! no. I am sure we never the same, or not with the same feelings. ;;I am sorry you think so; but if that be the case, there can at least be no want of subject. We may compare our different opinions. ;;No--I cannot talk of books in a ball-room; my head is always full of something else. ;;The PRESENT always occupies you in such scenes--does it?; said he, with a look of doubt.;Yes, always, ; she replied, without knowing what she said, for her thoughts had wandered far from the subject, as soon afterwards appeared by her suddenly exclaiming, ;I remember hearing you once say, Mr. Darcy, that you hardly ever forgave, that you resentment once created was unappeasable. You are very cautious, I suppose, as to its BEING CREATED. ;;I am, ; said he, with a firm voice.;And never allow yourself to be blinded by prejudice?;;I hope not. ;;It is particularly incumbent on those who never change their opinion, to be secure of judging properly at first. ;;May I ask to what these questions tend?;;Merely to the illustration of YOUR character, ; said she, endeavouring to shake off her gravity. ;I am trying to make it out. ;;And what is your success?;She shook her head. ;I do not get on at all. I hear such different accounts of you as puzzle me exceedingly. ;;I can ily believe, ; answered he gravely, ;that reports may vary greatly with respect to me; and I could wish, Miss Bennet, that you were not to sketch my character at the present moment, as there is reason to fear that the performance would reflect no credit on either. ;;But if I do not take your likeness now, I may never have another opportunity. ;;I would by no means suspend any pleasure of yours, ; he coldly replied. She said no more, and they went down the other dance and parted in silence; and on each side dissatisfied, though not to an equal degree, for in Darcy#39;s breast there was a tolerable powerful feeling towards her, which soon procured her pardon, and directed all his anger against another.They had not long separated, when Miss Bingley came towards her, and with an expression of civil disdain accosted her:;So, Miss Eliza, I hear you are quite delighted with George Wickham! Your sister has been talking to me about him, and asking me a thousand questions; and I find that the young man quite forgot to tell you, among his other communication, that he was the son of old Wickham, the late Mr. Darcy#39;s steward. Let me recommend you, however, as a friend, not to give implicit confidence to all his assertions; for as to Mr. Darcy#39;s using him ill, it is perfectly false; for, on the contrary, he has always been remarkably kind to him, though George Wickham has treated Mr. Darcy in a most infamous manner. I do not know the particulars, but I know very well that Mr. Darcy is not in the least to blame, that he cannot bear to hear George Wickham mentioned, and that though my brother thought that he could not well avoid including him in his invitation to the officers, he was excessively glad to find that he had taken himself out of the way. His coming into the country at all is a most insolent thing, indeed, and I wonder how he could presume to do it. I pity you, Miss Eliza, for this discovery of your favourite#39;s guilt; but really, considering his descent, one could not expect much better. ; Article/201108/148188

Easter Sunday was a cloudy but festive day in Memorial Park for about 100 kids from local orphanages. An Easter egg hunt started at 10 a.m. when a fire engine blasted its horn. Boys and girls, ranging in age from 2 to 6, dashed throughout the park, yelling and screaming, walking and running, and quite often, falling down. One little girl, Amanda, found her first egg less than a minute after the horn blew. Instead of putting it into her basket and continuing to search for more, she sat down. Then she spent the next 10 minutes examining it, unwrapping it, and eating it piece by piece. When she finished, she put the wrapper into her basket, wiped her hands on her white dress, and went to hunt for another egg. Meanwhile Jeff, one of the older boys, filled his basket to overflowing. He asked one of the firemen to hold it for him, and then took off running for more candy eggs. As soon as he found some, he put them into the basket of the child closest to him. Two little toddlers both saw a candy egg at the same time, and they both bent over to pick it up. They banged heads, and both of them sat down bawling. A couple of volunteer nurses picked them up and told them that everything was going to be all right. By 11 a.m., the search was over. Most of the kids were studying their candy, exchanging it with others, or eating it. But then the fire engine horn blasted again, causing three-year-old Jenny to cry. A fireman on a bullhorn told everyone to gather around, because a special guest had arrived. Once everyone was settled, the Easter Bunny climbed down out of the fire engine. The bunny was 6’6” tall. Most of the kids cheered and ran toward him. Even Jenny stopped crying for a moment. She stared at the bunny and at all the kids running toward the bunny; then she started crying even harder. The Easter Bunny hugged the kids, and they hugged him. Then the Easter Bunny sat on a fire engine step, and one by one the kids came up, sat on his lap, and got their pictures taken. After that, the older kids were allowed to explore the fire engine itself. The festivities ended about 3 p.m., when the orphans climbed into the buses for the return trip home. Most of them said they had a fun time. Six-year-old Sara asked, “Can we do this every Sunday?” And more than one boy asked, “Can I drive the fire engine next time?” Article/201106/141519

I often ask myself what politics is. When I turn on the television and see politicians in action, I think it looks like a circus. A lot of the politicians I see are like comedians. They lie, they steal money and get involved in all kinds of scandals. Politics should be about serving the people. This cannot happen when most of the people think most politicians can’t do their job properly. I’ve always found it strange that there are usually only two kinds of politics in most countries. You vote for the Democrats or Republicans, the left or the right. Some countries have a middle, but that’s still not a lot to vote for. I also think it’s strange that most politicians do not focus on what the people want. People want better health and education, not war. Article/201106/142688

呼啸山庄 Chapter7 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人 Article/200809/47357

The next morning Martha said that the children could not go out. #39; You can stay in and be good,#39; she said. 第二天早上马莎说孩子们不可以出去。;你们可以呆在家里,乖乖的。;她说。 #39; There#39;s something that we all want,#39; said Robert. #39; Can I just go out for half an hour to get it?#39; And Martha,who was really very kind,said that he could. ;有个东西我们都想要。;罗伯特说,;我能出去半个小时把它取来吗?;马莎的确是非常好心的,就答应了他。 Of course, they all wanted the day#39;s wish. So Robert hur-ried to the sand-pit. 当然他们都希望实现那一天的愿望。所以罗伯特急忙向沙坑跑去。 The Psammead was waiting for him, but when Robert tried to think of a really good wish, he couldn#39;t, and the others were not there to help him. 赛米德在等着他,但是罗伯特想要想出一个真正好的愿望时却想不出来了,而其他孩子又不在那儿不能帮他。 #39; Hurry up,#39;the Psammead said. #39; I can#39;t wait all day. #39; ;快点,;赛米德说,;我可不能等一整天。; #39; Oh dear,#39;Robert said. #39; I wish that we didn#39;t have to come here to get our wish; Oh, don#39;t!#39; ;天啊,;罗伯特说,;但愿我们不用跑到这儿来实现我们的愿望;;噢,不!; But it was too late. The Psammead was aly making it-self big. 但是已经晚了。赛米德已经把自己变大了。 #39;There!#39; it said. #39; That wasn#39;t easy, but I#39;ve done it. You don#39;t need to come here to have your wish. #39; ;好啦!;它说,;那可不容易呀,可我办好了。你们用不着来这儿实现愿望了。; Robert thanked the Psammead and then hurried back to tell the other children. #39; We must wish for something really good tomorrow,#39;he said. 罗伯特谢过赛米德后急忙回去告诉别的孩子。;明天,我们得有个真正妙的愿望,;他说。 The next morning they thought and thought,but they couldn#39;t think of a really good wish,so they decided to go to the gravel-pit. Suddenly they saw a baker#39;s boy,who was coming along the road with his basket of b, and they decided to play a game with him. 第二天早上,他们想呀想呀,可也想不出一个真正的好愿望,所以他们决定到砾石坑去。突然他们看见面包师的儿子,他正拿着一篮子面包走过来,于是他们决定和他开个玩笑。 #39; Stop!#39; cried Cyril. ;站住!;西里尔喊。 #39; Your money or your life!#39;shouted Robert. ;拿钱或拿命来!;罗伯特喊。 And they stood on each side of the baker#39;s boy. 他们分别站在面包师的儿子的两侧。 The baker#39;s boy,who was tall and large, was not very interested and he pushed them both away. 面包师的儿子又高又大,对此不感兴趣,把他俩都推开了。 Article/201203/175719

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