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英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 1 A Gentleman

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It is almost a definition of a gentleman to say he is one who never inflicts pain. This description is both refined and, as far as it goes, accurate. He is main

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 2 Dating

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Nevertheless she returned to the beer and drank her share, and they went on their way. It was now nearly dark, and as soon as they had withdrawn from the lights

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 3 Despair

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In the dull twilight of the winter afternoon she came to the end of the long road which had begun the night Atlanta fell. She had set her feet upon that road a

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 4 Disappointment

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A gulf had opened between them over which they looked at each other with eyes that were on either side a declaration of the deception suffered. It was a strange

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 5 Extreme busyness

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Extreme busyness, whether at school or college, church or market, is a symptom of deficient vitality; and a faculty for idleness impliesa catholic appetite and

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 6 Flattery on Women

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Women have, in general, but one object, which is their beauty; upon which scarce any flattery is too gross for them to follow. Nature has hardly formed ?a woman

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 7 The French and The English

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If the Frenchman saw our aristocracy and liked it, if he saw our snobbishness and liked it, if he set himself to imitate it, we all know what we should feel. We

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 8 Of Avarice 1

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There are two sorts of avarice; the one is but of a bastard kind; and that is, the rapacious appetite of gain, not for its own sake, but for the pleasure of ref

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 9 Of Avarice 2

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The best excuse that can be made for avarice is , that is generally prevails in old men , or in men of cold tempers , where all the other affections are extinct

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 10 On Etiquette

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Etiquette to society is what apparel is to the individual.Without apparel men would go in shameful nudity which would surely lead to the corruption of morals; a

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 11 On Getting Off to Sleep

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Surely, humour is the saving grace of us, for without it we should die of vexation. With me, nothing illustrates the contrariness of things better than the matt

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 12 On Love

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Is it better to be the lover or the loved one? Neither, if your cholesterol is over six hundred. By love, of course, I refer to romantic love -- the love betwee

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 13 Painful Sadness

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A terrible, painful sadness clutched at Ellen. More than ever before, she felt that her life – the best part of it, at least, the part that was fresh and

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 14 Resentment

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A thousand things thronged into her mind to support her in her evil will.She remebered how glad and proud that man had been to marry her, and how everybody said

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 15 Reveries

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When she woke, she rubbed her eyes to gather her senses together and gradually she remembered having gone to the theatre on the previous evening; then suddenly

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 16 The English Humour

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Fun seems to be the possession of the English race.Fun is JohnBulll's idea of humour,and there is no intellectualjudgment in fun.Everybody understands it be-cau

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 17 The Americans

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Americans are a peculiar people. They work like mad, then give away much of what they earn. They play until they are exhausted, and call this a vacation. They l

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 18 The Company Man

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He worked himself to death, finally and precisely, at 3:00 A.M. Sunday morning.The obituary didn't say that, of course. It said that he died of a coronary thro

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 19 The Doer of Deeds

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It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, the doer of deeds could have done them better.The credit belongs to the

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 20 The English Character

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The English seem as silent as the Japanese, yet vainer than the inhabitants of Siam. Upon my arrival, I attributed that reserve to modesty, which I now find has

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 21 The English and the Americans

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The contrasting English and American patterns have some remarkable implications, particularly if we assume that man, like other animals, has a built-in need to

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 22 The Lowest Animal

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Man is the only animal that robs his helpless fellow of his country-takes possession of it and drives him out of it or destroys him. Man has done this in all th

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 23 The Politician

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After damning politicians up hill and down dale for many years, as rogues and vagabonds, frauds and scoundrels, I sometimes suspect that, like everyone else, I

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 24 Unhappiness

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He strode slowly up the high street, feeling empty, dried up the unalive husk of a human being. No feeling, no thought, moving, living, following the human beha

英语名家诵读精华 第一部分 25 Why I Want a Wife

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I want a wife who will take care of my physical needs. I want a wife who will keep my house clean. A wife who will pick up after my children, a wife who will pi

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