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    海蒂-英文朗读版
    丛书名: ISBN: 978-7-201-11227-5
    供应商: 天津人民出版社 出版日期: 2017年4月1日
    编著者: 约翰娜.斯比丽 译者:
    版次: 1 印次: 1
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    《海蒂》是一本畅销了数百年的经典文学小说,被数代人所阅读。虽然时隔已久但小海蒂的形象对于读者仍然印象深刻。它先后被改编成广播剧、电影、电视、卡通片、连环画等,译成数十种文字,发行量不计其数,在世界各地广为传播。

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    本书为英文原版,同时提供配套英文朗读免费下载,在品读精彩故事的同时,亦能提升英语阅读水平,下载方式详见图书封底博客链接。

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    内容提要

    《海蒂》是瑞士著名儿童文学作家约翰娜·斯比丽的代表作,这是一部永远也不会过时的小说。在这本书里,始终贯穿着一个浓缩于海蒂身上的“爱”的主题,作者通过优美的笔触,把一个无比可爱,充满爱心的海蒂栩栩如生地展现在读者眼前,使我们仿佛看到了一个爱的天使、爱的化身。

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    本书为英文原版,同时提供配套英文朗读免费下载,在品读精彩故事的同时,亦能提升英语阅读水平,下载方式详见图书封底博客链接。

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    Heidi is a delightful story for childreof life ithe Alps, one of many tales writteby the Swiss authoress, Johanna Spyri. She had beewell knowto the younger readers of her owcountry since 1880, wheshe published her story, Heimathlos , which rainto three or more editions, and which, like her other books, as she states othe title page, was writtefor those who love children, as well as for the youngsters themselves. Her owsympathy with the instincts and longings of the child’s heart is showiher picture of Heidi . The record of the early life of this Swiss child amid the beauties of her passionately loved mountain-home and during her exile ithe great towhas beefor many years a favorite book of younger readers iGermany and America.

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    Madame Spyri, like Hans Andersen, had by temperament a peculiar skill iwriting the simple histories of ainnocent world. Iall her stories she shows aunderlying desire to preserve childrealike from misunderstanding and the mistakekindness that frequently hinder the happiness and natural development of their lives and characters.

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    节选

    UP THE MOUNTAIN TO ALM-UNCLE

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    From the old and pleasantly situated village of Mayenfeld, a footpath winds through greeand shady meadows to the foot of the mountains, which othis side look dowfrom their sterand lofty heights upothe valley below. The land grows gradually wilder as the path ascends, and the climber has not gone far before he begins to inhale the fragrance of the short grass and sturdy mountain-plants, for the way is steep and leads directly up to the summits above.

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    Oa clear sunny morning iJune two figures might be seeclimbing the narrow mountaipath; one, a tall strong-looking girl, the other a child whom she was leading by the hand, and whose little checks were so aglow with heat that the crimsocolor could be seeevethrough the dark, sun-burnt skin. And this was hardly to be wondered at, for ispite of the hot June suthe child was clothed as if to keep off the bitterest frost. She did not look more thafive years old, if as much, but what her natural figure was like, it would have beehard to say, for she had apparently two, if not three dresses, one above the other, and over these a thick red woolleshawl wound round about her, so that the little body presented a shapeless appearance, as, with its small feet shod ithick, nailed mountain-shoes, it slowly and laboriously plodded its way up ithe heat. The two must have left the valley a good hour’s walk behind them, whethey came to the hamlet knowas Dorfli, which is situated half-way up the mountain. Here the wayfarers met with greetings from all sides, some calling to them from windows, some from opedoors, others from outside, for the elder girl was now iher old home. She did not, however, pause iher walk to respond to her friends’ welcoming cries and questions, but passed owithout stopping for a moment until she reached the last of the scattered houses of the hamlet. Here a voice called to her from the door: “Wait a moment, Dete; if you are going up higher, I will come with you.”

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    The girl thus addressed stood still, and the child immediately let go her hand and seated herself othe ground.

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    “Are you tired, Heidi?” asked her companion.

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    “No, I am hot,” answered the child.

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    “We shall sooget to the top now. You must walk bravely oa little longer, and take good long steps, and ianother hour we shall be there,” said Dete iaencouraging voice.

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    They were now joined by a stout, good-natured-looking woman, who walked oahead with her old acquaintance, the two breaking forth at once into lively conversatioabout everybody and everything iDorfli and its surroundings, while the child wandered behind them.

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    “And where are you off to with the child?” asked the one who had just joined the party, “I suppose it is the child your sister left?”

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    “Yes,” answered Dete, “I am taking her up to Uncle, where she must stay.”

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    “The child stay up there with Alm-Uncle! You must be out of your senses, Dete! How cayou think of such a thing! The old man, however, will soosend you and your proposal packing off home again!”

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    “He cannot very well do that, seeing that he is her grandfather. He must do something for her. I have had the charge of the child till now, and I catell you, Barbel, I am not going to give up the chance which has just falleto me of getting a good place, for her sake. It is for the grandfather now to do his duty by her.”

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    “That would be all very well if he were like other people,” asseverated stout Barbel warmly, “but you know what he is. And what cahe do with a child, especially with one so young! The child cannot possibly live with him. But where are you thinking of going yourself?”

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    “To Frankfurt, where aextra good place awaits me,” answered Dete, “The people I am going to were dowat the Baths last summer, and it was part of my duty to attend upotheir rooms. They would have liked theto take me away with them, but I could not leave. Now they are there agaiand have repeated their offer, and I intend to go with them, you may make up your mind to that!”

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    作者介绍

    约翰娜·斯比丽,女,1827年生于瑞士苏黎世附近的一个村庄,父亲是一名医生,母亲是一位诗人,家里兄弟姐妹众多。从小就接受良好的教育,后到苏黎世求学,并为以后的儿童文学创作打下坚实的基础。约翰娜·斯比丽是一位举世闻名的儿童文学家。从1879年起她写了大量的作品,这些故事的书名总冠以“献给孩子以及那些热爱孩子的人们的故事”。其中较著名的就是《海蒂》。除了本书之外,斯比丽的重要作品还有《在弗里尼坎上的一片叶子》《没有故乡》《格里特利的孩子们》等。

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