《小妇人》的原文摘录

  • 真正的乞丐会得到照顾,但是贫穷而高尚的人们却过得很差,因为他们不会提出要求,而别人又不敢给他施舍。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 5赞 2012-05-22 15:06:15
    —— 引自第425页
  • 我亲爱的女儿们,我对你们的确大有期望,但是不要你们在世界上出人头地——别只是因为人家有钱或有豪华的宅邸,就嫁给他,因为缺乏爱的宅邸算不了家。金钱是必要而珍贵的——如果使用得当还是高尚的——但我不愿你们把它看作是争取的首要或唯一的目标。我宁愿你们做穷人的妻子,只要你们享受到丈夫的爱,感到幸福和满足,而不要你们坐在宝座上,当一个没有自尊和安宁的王后。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 2赞 2012-05-22 13:44:33
    —— 引自第90页
  • 不要以为无所事事和试图忘却会给你们带来安慰。要像往常一样继续工作,因为工作是使人愉快的安慰。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 2赞 2012-05-22 13:51:57
    —— 引自第154页
  • 她感到自己过去多么富裕,她有过比任何金钱能买到的更珍贵的东西——爱、庇护、平静和健康,这都是生活中的真正幸福。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 1赞 2012-05-22 13:54:36
    —— 引自第169页
  • 如果我不能被人爱,至少我要赢得尊重。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 1赞 2012-05-22 15:03:41
    —— 引自第380页
  • 顺着比她的更粗的豆茎向上爬的胆子更大的杰克[1]们都吓破了胆。 (查看原文)
    春来折枝 1赞 2016-12-15 21:04:46
    —— 引自第377页
  • 有才华和文雅是一件好事;但是不要夸耀,也不要自鸣得意,” (查看原文)
    春来折枝 1赞 2016-12-15 21:06:08
    —— 引自第76页
  • 学会分辨和珍惜那些值得享有的赞美,要学会不但以自己的美丽,而且以自己的端庄赢得品质高尚的人的爱慕,梅格。” (查看原文)
    春来折枝 1赞 2016-12-15 21:07:12
    —— 引自第104页
  • 姑娘们从未被人称过小天使,感觉非常顺耳。特别是乔,自打出娘胎以来一直被认为是“桑丘”式的仆人,就分外得意。早餐什么也没捞到,但感觉很愉快。她们离开了,留下了温暖给别人,我相信,全城都找不到比这四个小姑娘更开心的人了。她们自己挨饿,送出早餐,心甘情愿在圣诞节早上只吃面包和牛奶。 (查看原文)
    吃老虎的兔子 1赞 2018-05-17 15:29:35
    —— 引自第18页
  • "What a pleasant life she might have, if she only chose." (查看原文)
    [已注销] 1赞 2018-07-11 15:52:24
    —— 引自第37页
  • 假如金钱和地位是随爱情、道德俱来的,那么我也将愉快地接受它们,为你们的好运而高兴。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 2012-05-22 13:57:52
    —— 引自第186页
  • 约翰是个好人,但也有他的缺点,你必须学会认识这些缺点并且容忍它们,别忘了你自己也有缺点。……(中略)要留神自己的言行,如果两人都有错就首先自己请求原谅,别为小事怄气,造成误解,凭一时冲动讲话,这些事往往会导致极度的悲伤和悔恨。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 2012-05-22 14:08:36
    —— 引自第256页
  • 你只是犯了一个许多年轻妻子都会犯的错误——你对自己孩子的爱使你忘记了对丈夫的责任。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 2012-05-22 14:19:58
    —— 引自第362页
  • 艾米的性情变得更加可爱、深沉和温柔,劳里则变得更加严肃、有力而坚定。两人都懂得了美貌、青春、好运以及甚至爱本身都无法使幸运者免于担心、悲痛、失落和忧愁,因为—— 在每个人的生活中总会下一些雨, 某些日子定会变得黑暗而凄凉。 (查看原文)
    苏耽 2012-05-22 15:31:17
    —— 引自第454页
  • 财富的确是人们非常渴望的,然而贫穷也有它光明的一面。逆境的好处之一是人们从自己艰苦卓绝的奋斗中感到真正的愉快。我们存在于世间的智慧、美丽与能力,有一半得之于困境的激励。 (查看原文)
    大小眼⊙。◎ 2013-05-18 19:01:04
    —— 引自章节:Chapter27 文学课
  • "John is a good man, but he has his faults, and you must learn to see and bear with them, remembering your own. He is very decided, but never will be obstinate, if you reason kindly, not oppose impatiently. He is very accurate, and particular about the truth--a good trait, though you call him 'fussy'. Never deceive him by look or word, Meg, and he will give you the confidence you deserve, the support you need. He has a temper, not like ours--one flash and then all over--but the white, still anger that is seldom stirred, but once kindled is hard to quench. Be careful, very careful, not to wake his anger against yourself, for peace and happiness depend on keeping his respect. Watch yourself, be the first to ask pardon if you both err, and guard against the little piques, misunderstandings, a... (查看原文)
    Lessing 2013-07-08 21:15:06
    —— 引自章节:Domestic experiences
  • He was poor, yet always appeared to be giving something away; a stranger, yet everyone was his friend; no longer young, but as happy-hearted as a boy; plain and peculiar, yet his face looked beautiful to many, and his oddities were freely forgiven for his sake. Jo often watched him, trying to discover the charm, and at last decided that it was benevolence which worked the miracle. If he had any sorrow, "it sat with its head under its wing," and he turned only his sunny side to the world. There were lines upon his forehead, but Time seemed to have touched him gently, remembering how kind he was to others. The pleasant curves about his mouth were the memorials of many friendly words and cherry laughs, his eyes were never cold or hard, and his big hand had a warm, strong grasp that was more e... (查看原文)
    Lessing 2013-07-10 15:10:34
    —— 引自章节:A friend
  • Bring me here ,with elfin speed, The fragrant philter which I need; Make it sweet and swift and strong, Spirit,answer now my song. (查看原文)
    ʚ你的小可愛ɞ 2013-07-30 19:27:44
    —— 引自第18页
  • 金钱是必要而珍贵的——如果使用得当还是高尚的——但我不愿你们把它看作是争取的首要或唯一的目标。我宁愿你们做穷人的妻子,只要你们享受到丈夫的爱,感到幸福和满足,而不要你们坐在宝座上,当一个没有自尊和安宁的王后。” (查看原文)
    春来折枝 2016-12-15 21:05:16
    —— 引自第105页
  • 梅格曳着长裙窸窣有声地走在后面,她的耳环发出叮当的声音,她的鬈发波浪似地起伏,她的心怦怦跳着, (查看原文)
    春来折枝 2016-12-15 21:05:54
    —— 引自第96页
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