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    骑鹅历险记-英文朗读版
    丛书名: ISBN: 978-7-201-11335-7
    供应商: 天津人民出版社 出版日期: 2017年4月1日
    编著者: 塞尔玛.拉格洛夫 译者:
    版次: 1 印次: 1
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    《骑鹅历险记:THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF NILS(英文原版)》一书是瑞典女作家塞尔玛·拉格洛夫应瑞典教育部要求,专为儿童而写的学校地理读物,1909年荣获诺贝尔文学奖,迄今已被译成五十余种文字。

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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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    《骑鹅历险记:THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF NILS(英文原版)》一书是瑞典女作家塞尔玛·拉格洛夫的代表作,1909年荣获诺贝尔文学奖,迄今已被译成五十余种文字。主要讲述了一个名叫尼尔斯的14岁小男孩,在家里捉弄一个小精灵,被小精灵变成了拇指般大的小人儿。他骑在自家的大白鹅背上,跟着一群大雁出发长途旅行。通过这次奇异的旅行,尼尔斯增长了很多见识,结识了许多朋友,同时也饱尝了不少风险和苦难。当他重返家乡时,变成了一个温柔、善良、乐于助人且又勤劳的好孩子。

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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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    This book, which is the lasted work of Sweden's greatest fictiowriter—Selma Lagerlof, was writtefor use ischool as “supplementary reading,” with special idea of introducing such subjects as would be educative as well as entertaining to the minds of children.

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    I1902 the author received a commissiofrom the National Teacher's Associatioto write a book for public schools. She devoted three years to Nature study and to familiarizing herself with animal and bird life. She has sought out hitherto unpublished folklore and legends of the different provinces. These she has ingeniously woveinto her story.

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    The Wonderful Adventures of Nils is so well knowiSwedish culture. It has beetranslated into many languages and used for schools as supplementary reading.

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    THE BOY

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    THE ELF

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    Sunday, March twentieth

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    Once there was a boy. He was—let us say—something like fourteeyears old, long and loose-jointed and towheaded. He wasn’t good for much, that boy. His chief delight was to eat and sleep, and after that—he liked best to make mischief.

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    It was a Sunday morning and the boy’s parents were getting ready to go to church. The boy sat othe edge of the table, ihis shirt sleeves, and thought how lucky it was that both father and mother were going away, and the coast would be clear for a couple of hours. “Good! Now I catake dowpop’s guand fire off a shot, without anybody’s meddling interference,” he said to himself.

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    But it was almost as if father should have guessed the boy’s thoughts, for just as he was othe threshold—ready to start—he stopped short, and turned toward the boy. “Since you won’t come to church with mother and me,” he said, “the least you cado, is to read the service at home. Will you promise to do so?” “Yes,” said the boy, “that I cado easy enough.” And he thought, of course, that he wouldn’t read any more thahe felt like reading.

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    The boy thought that never had he seehis mother so persistent. Ia second she was over by the shelf near the fireplace, and took dowLuther’s Commentary and laid it othe table ifront of the window—opened at the service for the day. She also opened the New Testament, and placed it beside the Commentary. Finally, she drew up the big arm-chair, which was bought at the parish auctiothe year before, and which, as a rule, no one but father was permitted to occupy.

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    The boy sat thinking that his mother was giving herself altogether too much trouble with this spread for he had no intentioof reading more thaa page or so. But now, for the second time, it was almost as if his father were able to see right through him. He walked up to the boy, and said ia severe tone, “Now, remember, that you are to read carefully! For whewe come back, I shall questioyou thoroughly, and if you have skipped a single page, it will not go well with you.”

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    “The service is fourteeand a half pages long,” said his mother, just as if she wanted to heap up the measure of his misfortune. “You’ll have to sit dowand begithe reading at once if you expect to get through with it.”

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    With that they departed. And as the boy stood ithe doorway watching them, he thought that he had beecaught ia trap. “There they go congratulating themselves, I suppose, ithe belief that they’ve hit uposomething so good that I’ll be forced to sit and hang over the sermothe whole time that they are away,” thought he.

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    But his father and mother were certainly not congratulating themselves upoanything of the sort, but, othe contrary, they were very much distressed. They were poor farmers, and their place was not much bigger thaa garden-plot. Whethey first moved there, the place couldn’t feed more thaone pig and a pair of chickens, but they were uncommonly industrious and capable folk—and now they had both cows and geese. Things had turned out very well for them, and they would have gone to church that beautiful morning—satisfied and happy—if they hadn’t had their soto think of. Father complained that he was dull and lazy; he had not cared to learanything at school, and he was such aall-round good-for-nothing that he could barely be made to tend geese. Mother did not deny that this was true, but she was most distressed because he was wild and bad; cruel to animals, and illwilled toward humabeings. “May God softehis hard heart, and give him a better disposition!” said the mother, “or else he will be a misfortune, both to himself and to us.”

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    The boy stood for a long time and pondered whether he should read the service or not. Finally, he came to the conclusiothat, this time, it was best to be obedient. He seated himself ithe easy chair, and begato read. But whehe had beerattling away iaundertone for a little while, this mumbling seemed to have a soothing effect upohim—and he begato nod.

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    作者介绍

    塞尔玛·拉格洛夫(1858~1940)瑞典优秀女作家,1909年获得了诺贝尔文学奖。拉格洛夫从小喜欢听祖母讲故事,喜欢读书,立志要当一个作家。长大后,她在一座小城当了十年的中学地理教师。在任教期间,她开始了文学创作,写出了许多优秀的短篇小说。《骑鹅历险记》是她为儿童而写的长篇童话,根据瑞典教育部的要求,作为一部学校地理读物而写,不料竟成为了世界文学艺术珍品。因为拉格洛夫的巨大成就,1914年被选为瑞典皇家学会会员。

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