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    关于契诃夫的《吻》,想毕业作品那会儿读到这一篇,脑子里全是画面,本想改编成短片拍出来,可惜种种问题未得以实现。记得当事最强烈的感受是,YY的魔力是最大的。 Except for the kiss itself, that touch of the old, wet sheet-the antikiss, as it were- is the dominant moment of the story. It destroys Ryabovich, but then so does the kiss. Hope and joy, how ever irrational, are stronger than despair, and ulti...

    2011-05-31 21:39   2人喜欢

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    牛语 (腰疼的社畜)

    Into my heart an air that kills From yon far country blows. What are those blue remembered hills, What spires, what farms are those? That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, The happy highways where I went And cannot come again.

    2014-08-12 14:40

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    H+O2=HO2 (I don't give a shit)

    "seek and learn to recognize who and what, in the midst of inferno, are not inferno, then make them endure, give them space." Calvino's advice tells us again how to read and why: be vigilant, apprehend and recognize the possibility of the good, help it to endure, give it space in your life.

    2013-05-13 02:51

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    I urge you to find what truly comes near to you, that can be used for weighing and fro considering. Read deeply, not to believe, not to accept, not to contradict, but to learn to share in that one nature that writes and read.

    2011-05-25 17:44

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    Shakespeare's irones, as we would expect, are the most comprehensive and dialectical in all of Western literature, and yet they do not always mediate his characters' passions for us, so vast and intense is their emotional range. Shakespeare therefore will survive our era; we will lose his ironies, and hold on to the rest of him. Irony demands a certain attention span, and the ability to sustain...

    2011-05-25 17:35

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    the loss of irony is the death of reading, and of what had been civilized in our nature

    2011-05-25 17:13

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How To Read and Why

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