读过 On the Road
It was remarkable how Dean could go mad and then suddenly continue with his soul - which I think is wrapped up in a fast car, a coast to reach, and a woman at the end of the road - calmly and sanely as though nothing had happened.这恐怕是Dean身体中所有的狂热尽头的根本来源。---Somewhere behind us or in front of us in the huge night his father lay drunk under a bush, and no doubt about it - spittle on his chin, water on his pants, molasses in his ears, scabs on his nose, maybe blood in his hair and the moon shining down on him.非常形象地描写出一个颓废潦倒的老男人的形象。---The magnificent car made the wind roar; it made the plains unfold like a roll of paper; it cast host tar from itself with deference - an imperial boat.特别喜欢"unfold like a roll of paper"这个比喻。特别形象！---I went to sleep and woke up to the dry, hot atmosphere of July Sunday morning in Iowa, and still Dean was driving and driving and had not slackened his speed; he took the curvy corndales of Iowa at a minimum of eighty and the straightaway 110 as usual, unless both-ways traffic forced him to fall in line at a crawling and miserable sixty. When there was a chance he shot ahead and passed cars by the half-dozen and left them behind in a cloud of dust.
特别喜欢"unfold like a roll of paper"这个比喻。特别形象！
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