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  • 好养活

    好养活 (Till then I walk alone.)

    ‘… The truth is that there is a great outer life that you and I have never touched — a life in which telegrams and anger count. Personal relations, that we think are supreme, are not supreme there. There love means marriage settlements; death, death duties. So far I’m clear. But here’s my difficulty. This outer life, though obviously horrid, often seems the real one — there’s grit in it....

    2017-05-27 21:24   1人喜欢

  • Silence

    Silence (在无趣中寻找有趣)

    在周日从伦敦火车站驶出的火车上刚好读到这一段,感觉想和玛格丽特(或福斯特自己)隔空握握手:) “Like many others who have lived long in a great capital, she had strong feelings about the various railway termini. They are our gates to the glorious and the unknown. Through them we pass out into adventure and sunshine, to them alas! we return. In Paddington all Cornwall is latent and the remoter we...

    2018-10-28 18:24   1人喜欢

  • 小松鼠🐿️

    小松鼠🐿️

    Either friends or the country, either some very dear person or some very dear place seems necessary to relieve life’s daily grey, and to show that it is grey. If possible, one should have both.

    2019-01-25 13:21

  • Silence

    Silence (在无趣中寻找有趣)

    “It will be generally admitted that Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is the most sublime noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man. All sorts and conditions are satisfied by it. Whether you are like Mrs. Munt, and tap surreptitiously when the tunes come--of course, not so as to disturb the others--; or like Helen, who can see heroes and shipwrecks in the music's flood; or like Margaret, who...

    2018-11-03 20:05

  • Silence

    Silence (在无趣中寻找有趣)

    已经傻傻不清楚福斯特是在黑德国人还是黑英国人了( ̄∇ ̄) “The haughty nephew would be at Wickham Place one day, bringing with him an even haughtier wife, both convinced that Germany was appointed by God to govern the world. Aunt Juley would come the next day, convinced that Great Britain had been appointed to the same post by the same authority. Were both these loud-voiced parties right? On on...

    2018-10-30 18:22

  • 好养活

    好养活 (Till then I walk alone.)

    'I hope to risk things all my life.' 'Oh, Margaret, most dangerous.' 'But after all,' she continued with a smile, 'there's never any great risk as long as you have money.' 'Oh, shame! What a shocking speech!' 'Money pads the edges of things,' said Miss Schlegel. 'God help those who have none.' 'But this is something quite new!' said Mrs Munt, who collected new ideas as a squirrel collects nuts,...

    2017-06-07 02:44

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