“辐射——它令人们望而生畏，也让动物们纷纷退避三舍，包括天上的小鸟在内。就连那些树都对此心存畏惧，只不过，它们只能保持沉默，无法开口说话。这是一场巨大的灾难，任何一个人都在劫难逃。不过，那些科罗拉多甲虫并没有藏起来，它们像以往那样在田地里四处徘徊，啃噬我们的土豆，把一株土豆啃得只剩下叶子。它们已经习惯了有毒的食物，就像我们。” “Radiation: it scares people and it scares animals. And birds. And ...
“Radiation: it scares people and it scares animals. And birds. And the trees are scared, too, but they’re quiet. They won’t say anything. It's one big catastrophe, for everyone. But the Colorado beetles are out and about, just as they always were, eating our potatoes, they scarf them dov'n to the leaves, they're used to poison. Just like us.”
Excerpt From: Svetlana Alexievich. “Voices From Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster.” Apple Books.
Excerpt From: 斯维特拉娜·阿列克谢耶维奇. “切尔诺贝利的回忆：核灾难口述史.” Apple Books.