The Great Gatsby 短评

  • 36 柴斯卡 2015-07-17

    盖茨比真是浪漫得无可救药。孤注一掷认死理,技术流死缠烂打,心平气和浪尽世间繁华,只将所有波澜留给注定幻灭的幻想。黛西真心配不上他——何必废话:竭尽全力冲锋过的战士,纵使倒下,仍是凯撒。

  • 16 小晨 2012-02-29

    英文版的比中文版的好看太多了。只是我是在不明白Gatzby爱Daisy什么,能紧张到那份上。

  • 17 Maurice Moss 2013-04-23

    So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.

  • 15 琴 酒 2010-06-03

    i admire this novel. it offers the best thing that a classical novel can offer. the story itself is writed in an efficient and incredible way. broken pieces are together after reading and the emotion becomes a quiet river which water the grassland silently. it's charming. but overall, it's not my story. i just appreciate the way he describe Gatsby's party, people without faces. joy with no names. he is shallow, humble. i remember Hemingway's opnion on Fitzgerald, he was able to show the gravity of something sheer, light, delicate, or tenuous. He chased rainbows and sometimes he made me believe that he really arrived. But rainbow never alleviates our pain.

  • 6 [已注销] 2013-07-27

    这本书到底好看在哪里啊?文笔也不是很好啊。。。

  • 5 SmallSox 2016-04-05

    菲茨杰拉德怎么那么会用英语写作,这真是美得无法翻译的文字,词都被用活了。读英文比读中文更觉得悲凉。好的作品果真经得起反复琢磨,这不,我打算一个个去看评论了。

  • 4 RIC 2013-11-24

    'So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.'

  • 3 黄雷蕾Linali 2014-01-01

    Gatsby, you want too much.

  • 4 邓若虚 2011-03-07

    Total Film 写道,为了自己心爱的女人走上暴富的道路,《了不起的盖茨比》的故事就是《社交网络》的1920年代版。

  • 2 [已注销] 2013-05-12

    in my young and more vulnerable years...人一生所追求的temporality,总是幻灭吧

  • 2 勇敢的心 2014-04-06

    不只是关于美国梦的破灭,而更是关于喧哗与骚动后的幻灭和虚妄。小说的中心随着叙述的推进层层显现:盖茨比的发家,然后是他的爱情,然后是破灭,最终归结于虚妄——这个最深层的中心在最后一页才突然显现出来照亮了全篇。第一人称参与者的视角、大量的间接描写和侧面描写在长篇小说中前所未见,一开始效果并不明显,后来渐入佳境。(《包法利夫人》、《活着》以及很多19世纪的俄国中短篇小说都以第一人称旁观者开始,但是很快就转换到了常规的第三人称活着第一人称视角)

  • 2 栗子 2013-08-15

    读完之后有种非常沉重的空旷感,一切都消失了,那些曾经涌向盖茨比的party的人们不计其数,其中却没有一人愿意参加他的葬礼。期待电影。

  • 1 技术原因Herta 2012-12-23

    "If it wasn't for the mist we could see your home across the bay,"said Gatsby."You always have a green light that burns all night at the end of your dock."

  • 2 Moss大妖 2009-09-04

    菲茨杰拉德的文字真漂亮,有种不动声色的华丽与残忍。

  • 1 AppleLimeStd 2018-05-07

    He couldn't repeat the past and he asked too much for the future. Illusion or mirage whichever you want to term it, that was the only reason for him to live, even without happiness.

  • 1 眠去 2013-04-03

    我们在讨论菲茨杰拉德的二流还是三流时找到了车

  • 3 zy 2013-08-27

    我大概知道村上春树为什么喜欢他了

  • 0 把噗 2018-09-24

    盖茨比的悲剧告诉我们,男人不能为情所困。

  • 0 叶酱 2013-02-05

    原版到底好很多,故事开始变得有魅力了。The green light, like the dream that couldn't be grasped.

  • 1 烤芬 2013-08-27

    这本书拖了这么多年直到李子拍的电影出了高清资源下载存在电脑里,不看原著不好意思看电影馋得牙痒痒所以一口气看完。看了一整天英文原著脑子里嗡嗡响。前面没太进入状态后面越看越好看,结尾处又有点想笑又非常悲伤,想起几年前看<午夜巴黎>里的菲茨杰拉德来。