《Gone with the Wind》的笔记-第305页
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Ween he saw her standing in the mud, Mr Wilkes drew rein with a smile of pleasure and, dismounting, came toward her."I had hoped to see you, Scarlett. I was charged with so many messages from your people. But there was no time. We just got in this morning and they are rushing us out immediately, as you see.""Oh Mr Wilkes," she cried desperately, holding his hand. "Don't go! Why must you go!""Ah, so you think I'm too old!" He smiled, and it was Ashley's smile in an older face." Perhaps I am too old to match but not to ride and to shoot."...He was laughing now, turning away from her tears.
我觉得这一段是为数不多的斯嘉丽的真正人性被触动的地方。不是恐惧，不是愤恨，而是悲伤和难过。在最后 Melly 在围城中生孩子的时候，看到那么多伤病躺在地上呻吟都没有像如今这一刻那样打动她。"...I wouldn't have ever let you come upon this porch at all, if I hadn't been feeling so blue, and ---""Sit down and smooth your ruffed fur," he said, and his voice changed. He reached up and taking her hand pulled her back into her chair. "Why are you blue?"
Page 328 Chapter XIXBut I do like you tremendously --- for the elasticity of your conscience, for the selfishness which you seldom trouble to hide, and for the shrewd practicality in you which, I fear, you get from some not too remote Irish-presant ancestor.
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