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    The girl wasn't so young that she did not know the delicious satisfaction of having a perfectly behaved body and the fun of using it to do a trick most people can't do, but she was too young to know that time does not really move in a circle at all. I thought:"she will never be as beautiful as this again"--a thought that made me acutely unhappy.

    2015-11-19 23:14   1人喜欢

  • MeroYang

    MeroYang (求同存异 知行合一)

    "And in every place he abandons he leaves something vital, it seems to me, and starts his new life somewhat less encrusted, like a lobster that has shed its skin and is for a time soft and vulnerable." 在他告别的每一个地方都会留下一些东西,在我看来,然后以一种不那么拘束的方式开始新的生活。仿佛褪壳的龙虾,不免会变得柔软并且脆弱起来。

    2012-04-27 11:45   1人喜欢

  • 识南

    识南

    Steering a car toward home is a very different experience from steering a car toward a rostrum, and if our findings differ, it is not that we differed greatly in powers of observation but that we were headed in different emotional directions. I sometimes suspect that when I am headed east, my critical faculties are retarded almost to the vanishing point, like a frog's heartbeat in the winter.

    2019-04-08 15:24

  • 西瓜>芝麻

    西瓜>芝麻 (青争 | 对酒当歌, 把耳招风)

    No one should come to New York to live unless he is willing to be lucky. (p. 148) New York blends the gift of privacy with the excitement of participation; (p. 149) I am not defending New York in this regard. Many of its settlers are probably here merely to escape, not face, reality. But whatever it means, it is a rather rare gift, and I believe it has a positive effect on the creative capaciti...

    2018-12-05 06:34

  • 微

    (一万张画,一万本书,一万部电影)

    Chilldren hold spring so tightly in thier brown fists-just as grownups,who are less sure of it,hold it in their hearts.

    2017-06-11 10:16

  • simon

    simon

    In New York, a citizen is likely to keep on the move, shopping for the perfect arrangement of rooms and vistas, changing his habitation according to fortune, whim and need. And in every place he abandons he leaves something vital, it seems to me, and starts his new life somewhat less encrusted, like a lobster that has shed its skin and is for a time soft and vulnerable.

    2016-12-03 02:25

  • 暮榕汐

    暮榕汐

    Children hold spring so tightly in their brown fists - just as grownups, who are less sure of it, hold it in their hearts.

    2016-10-18 21:03

  • 暮榕汐

    暮榕汐

    I sometimes suspect that when I am headed east, my critical faculties are retarded almost to the vanishing point, like a frog's heartbeat in winter.

    2016-10-17 20:17

  • 暮榕汐

    暮榕汐

    A writer who has his sights trained on the Nobel Prize or other earthly triumphs had best write a novel, a poem, or a play, and leave the essayist to ramble about, content with living a free life and enjoying the satisfactions of a somewhat undisciplined existence.

    2016-10-17 12:39

  • 暮榕汐

    暮榕汐

    Each new excursion of the essayist, each new "attempt", differs from the last and takes him into new country.

    2016-10-17 12:28

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Essays of E. B. White

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