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#39;My parents died when I was a baby, you know, and for the last three years I#39;ve had to work for my food.“爸爸妈妈在我还很小的时候就去世了。您知道吗,过去这3年我不得不自己挣钱养活自己。I#39;ve lived with three different families and looked after their children.我曾在3个家庭里照看过孩子。So I#39;ve always been poor, and I haven#39;t got any nice dresses! But I just imagine that I#39;m wearing the most beautiful blue dress,我总是很穷,一件漂亮衣也没有。我总是想像自己正穿着最漂亮的蓝衣,and a big hat with flowers on, and blue shoes, and then I#39;m happy! Do you imagine things sometimes? #39;戴一顶插满花的大帽子,还有蓝色的鞋子,这时我多高兴啊!您也经常幻想吗?”#39;Well, I… I…not often, #39;said Matthew.“这,我……我……偶尔,”马修答道。They were now driving past some very old apple trees next to the road. The trees were full of sweet-smelling, snowy- white flowers.这时马车经过路边的一排老苹果树。树上开满了雪白而芬芳的花朵。The little girl looked at them.小女孩欣赏着。#39;Aren#39;t the trees beautiful? #39;she said happily. #39;But am I talking too much? Please tell me. I can stop if necessary, you know. #39;“这些树多美呀!”她感叹道。“可我是不是说得太多了?如果是,请您告诉我。您知道,我会停止的。”Matthew smiled at her. #39;You go on talking, #39;he answered. #39;I like listening to you. #39;马修冲她笑笑答道:“你继续说吧,我喜欢听。”When they arrived at Green Gables, Marilla came to the door to meet them. But when she saw the little girl,当他们到格林·盖布尔斯的时候,玛丽拉到门口迎接他们。但当她看见小女孩时,she cried in surprise, #39;Matthew, who#39;s that? Where#39;s the boy? #39;她惊讶地叫道:“马修,她是谁?男孩在哪儿?”#39;The children#39;s home has made a mistake, #39;he said unhappily, #39;and sent a girl, not a boy. #39;“孤儿院弄错了,送来一个女孩,不是男孩。”他不高兴地说。The child was listening carefully. Suddenly she put her head in her hands and began to cry.孩子先是仔细地听着,突然双手捂住脸哭了起来。#39;You—you don#39;t want me! #39;she sobbed. #39;Oh—oh! You don#39;t want me because I#39;m not a boy! #39;“你们——你们不要我!”她哭泣着。“噢——噢!因为我不是男孩你们不要我了!”#39;Now, now, don#39;t cry, #39;said Marilla kindly.“哦,别哭,”玛丽拉和蔼地说。#39;Don#39;t you understand? Oh! This is the worst thing that#39;s happened to me in all my life! #39;“您不理解吗?这是我一辈子遇到的最糟糕的事情!”#39;Well, you can stay here, just for tonight, #39;said Marilla. #39;Now, what#39;s your name? #39;“那好吧,你可以呆在这里,但只能呆一个晚上,”玛丽拉说。“你叫什么名字?”The child stopped crying. #39;Will you please call me Cordelia? #39; she asked.孩子停止哭泣。“您能叫我科黛拉吗?”她问道。 /201205/181468襄阳五官科专科I love watching movies. At the cinema, on TV or on my computer. I'm a big movie fan and love all the news of my favourite movie stars. I like all kinds of movies - Hollywood blockbusters, black and white movies from the 50s, independent movies... They're all good. Recently I've got into watching foreign movies. I like the films that come out of Bollywood - they're very different. The first film I saw at the movie theatre was Star Wars. I was amazed at the special effects. Nowadays, so many movies have such good computer graphics that we forget how special the effects are. One of my favourite ways of relaxing is to rent the latest DVD and sit on the sofa with a big bag of potato chips. The sound has to be up to the max and the lights have to be off. Article/201106/139159襄州区妇幼保健中医院治疗中耳炎大概多少钱费用A floating head and a cat 4(漂浮的女头,神秘的夜猫 04)Finally, after staring at it for a few moments, I decided the cat really must be there and it really wanted to go out so I was going to let it out, so I opened the door. I watched, fully expecting this cat to come walking out into the hallway, but instead my dog bounded out as if he were chasing this cat, which of course, now wasn’t there any longer.  That could have been the end of the story, but the next morning, my husband, (who doesn’t believe in ghosts or the afterlife) mentioned he wanted to speak to me about something while we were making the bed. He made me promise not to tell anyone while we were visiting because he did not want to get laughed at for something he doesn’t even believe in. He went on to tell me that around two in the morning he had suddenly woke up and found the room filled with mist or smoke. He thought this was strange and then he said he could make out the head of a woman at the foot of the bed, hovering in all this mist. At first he thought this woman was me, so he asked if I was alright. He said he nearly had a heart attack when I groaned softly next to him. (I had no memory of him asking me anything, but I guess I was asleep).   我又注视着它端详了片刻,最终确定那里就是有一只猫,而且它确实就是想出去,于是,我便打算将它放出去,打开了房门,我看着它,满以为这只猫会走到走廊里去,但它还在那里,倒是我的那只在我开门时跃了起来,好像是要去抓这只猫,这时猫一溜烟的跑了。  故事到此也许应该就结束了,但是在第二天早晨收拾床时,我丈夫, 一个从来不信鬼神、不信阴府来世的人,说他想告诉我点事。他还让我发誓在逗留的这段时间内不要告诉任何人,因为他不想被别人因为自己从来不相信的东西而取笑自己。接着他告诉我,大约在凌晨两点左右,他突然惊醒,发现房间里烟雾弥漫,觉得很奇怪,然后他接着讲,在床尾处他竟发现有一个女人头飘在烟雾中盘旋。起初,他以为那个女人是我,于是他就问了一句:“你没事吧?”,也就在这时,他说自己差点就心脏病发作,因为他听到我就在他身边,轻轻地朝他哼了两声(不过我倒没记着他问我什么事,我想我那时睡着了)。 Article/200809/51146有声名著之秘密花园 Chapter2暂无文本相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200809/50775襄阳襄城区治疗鼻息肉哪家好

襄阳市职业病防治医院看鼻炎哪家医院最好襄樊红十字医院鼻息肉治疗的价格Marilyn Monroe, 1926-1962: America's Most Famous Sex SymbolThe beautiful movie star had an exciting but tragic life. VOICE ONE:I'm Shirley Griffith. VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English program, People in America. Today we tell about movie star Marilyn Monroe. She died many years ago, yet still is one of the best known American women. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Her name at birth was Norma Jean Baker. Her life as a child was like a bad dream. She lived with a number of different people, and often was mistreated. At age sixteen Norma Jean married a sailor. But she soon ended that marriage. She changed her hair color from brown to shining gold. And she changed her name to Marilyn Monroe. She wanted to be an actress. And she succeeded. She appeared in a number of Hollywood movies. Millions of people went to see them. By the time Norma Jean had reached the age of twenty-six, her beautiful face and body earned her a place as one of America's leading movie stars. But success and fame were not enough to make her happy. The troubles of her childhood days stayed with her. She drank too much alcohol. She took too many drugs. At the age of thirty-six, she took her own life. VOICE TWO:She has been dead since nineteen sixty-two. Still, her fame continues to grow. People born long after she died are watching her movies on television. Objects that belonged to her bring huge prices at public sales. The Warner Brothers museum in Hollywood has the white dress she wore in one of her movies, "The Prince and the Showgirl. "People continue to talk about what they feel is her strange death. Some people believe she was murdered. Two investigations showed that she died as the result of too many drugs. VOICE ONE:Why is the public still so interested in a woman who died so many years ago? A number of reasons. Her exciting but tragic life. Her connections with well-known people. And her image as an especially desirable woman. In the nineteen fifties, many Americans believed sex was a very private subject. People often severely judged those who were sexually appealing. Into this atmosphere burst Marilyn Monroe. As one critic said, her body was round in all the right places. She wore her clothes like skin. When she walked, she moved her lower body in a way that few other actresses had done. Her voice was soft and breathy. She soon became America's golden girl. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:The story of Marilyn Monroe begins on June first, nineteen twenty-six. Norma Jean was born that day in the West Coast city of Los Angeles, California. Her birthplace was not far from the Hollywood movie studios where she would someday be a star. Her mother, Gladys Baker, suffered from mental problems. Often the mother had to be treated in a hospital for long periods of time. Her daughter was sent to live with a number of different people. The actress later would describe her stays with these foster families as sometimes very unhappy. During the worst experiences, she would go to a movie theater. There the young Norma Jean escaped into the make-believe world of movies. She would act all the movie parts after she went to a movie. She told this to a long time friend, actor Ted Jordan, who later wrote a book about her. VOICE ONE:By the time she was seventeen, Marilyn was trying very hard to be a movie actress. She finally was able to get an actors' agent to help her. He got Twentieth Century Fox Company to give Marilyn parts in some movies it produced.Marilyn continued to change the way she had looked as Norma Jean. She had an operation to improve the appearance of her nose. Her eyes were made to appear larger. She began using a great deal of bright red lipstick on her mouth. Marilyn may have worked more to improve her appearance than to improve her performance in acting classes. Some people at Twentieth Century Fox said she did not like to work at all. She appeared in only one movie. And she had only one line to speak in that. The Fox movie company dismissed her. Soon, however, her agent got her a job at Columbia Pictures. She appeared in a movie called "Ladies of the Chorus. " She sang two songs. Several critics praised her performance. But Columbia dismissed her. VOICE TWO:Marilyn did not stop struggling. She next won a small part in a movie called "Love Happy." It was a comedy starring the famous Marx Brothers. Critics said it was not one of their better efforts. Marilyn, though, earned praise for simply taking a short walk in the movie. The movie called for her to say, "Some men are following me. " Groucho Marx answered that he did not understand why. As he said that, he watched Marilyn walk her famous walk. His eyes opened very wide. That short scene in the movie made many people in Hollywood talk about Marilyn Monroe. VOICE ONE:Marilyn got her first major chance when director John Huston invited her to act in a movie called "The Asphalt Jungle. "Huston said her performance as a criminal's girlfriend was good. It gained Marilyn her dream of a long-term agreement with Twentieth Century Fox, the company that had dismissed her earlier. Now its officials gave her a part in "All About Eve." The movie, released in nineteen fifty, was about a movie star. She played a golden-haired woman who did not have much intelligence -- "a dumb blonde." In nineteen fifty-two, Marilyn again appeared as a dumb blonde in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." This performance at last won her widesp fame. Marilyn Monroe was now a lead actress, a star. VOICE TWO:Marilyn Monroe, 1954 Huge successes now followed. Between nineteen fifty-three and nineteen fifty-nine she appeared in lead parts in many popular movies: "How To Marry a Millionaire." "The Seven Year Itch." "Bus Stop." "Some Like it Hot."Her part in "Some Like it Hot" showed that she was very good at making people laugh. Marilyn's picture appeared on the front cover of many magazines and the front pages of many newspapers. She began to earn more money. Life should have been good. But Marilyn was not happy. She was being asked to repeat her part as a dumb blonde in movie after movie. She wanted to be accepted as a good actress. She went to the Actors' Studio school in New York City with many serious actors. She thought she could change the way people thought of her. VOICE ONE:But she did not succeed. People thought of Marilyn Monroe as "that blonde bombshell." Few people thought of her as a serious actress. She also failed in her attempts at marriage. She admitted that she got married the first time only to escape from being forced to live in a group home for children without parents. In nineteen fifty-four she married again. Her husband was the famous New York Yankee baseball player, Joe Di Maggio. They were together for only a few months. Later, she tried again. She married Arthur Miller, a famous writer of plays. That marriage ended unhappily in nineteen sixty-one, after five years. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Marilyn returned to Hollywood. But things were different now. Friends said she was drinking too much alcohol. They said she was taking too many drugs. She seemed to always be in trouble with the movie company. She had gained too much weight. Or, she had not learned what she was to say in the movie. Or she had arrived late for the filming. By nineteen sixty-two, Marilyn's problems were threatening her work in the movies. She was to appear in the Twentieth Century Fox movie called "Something's Got to Give." She lost weight for her part. She tried to arrive on time for the filming. She reportedly knew her part. However, she became sick several times and missed work. Fox company officials dismissed her. VOICE ONE:On August fourth, nineteen sixty-two, Marilyn Monroe died alone in her home. She was thirty-six years old. Reports said taking too many drugs killed her. But people who knew her said failed marriages, and the failure of her latest movie also led to her death. Many people said Marilyn Monroe never escaped her past. She continued to suffer from the early, sad life of a little girl named Norma Jean. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written by Jeri Watson and directed by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Steve Ember. VOICE ONE:And I'm Shirley Griffith. Join us again next week for another People in America program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/31765I can tell you that I turned my head around to look behind me 50 times while I was walking up the hallway. When I reached the doorway I stopped to take a look back down the hall. I turned my flashlight on and just stood there looking down the hall for a couple of seconds. But the strange feeling never came, everything was normal. I told myself that it was just my mind playing tricks on me the other night.   Two weeks went by and nothing specially happened at that cemetery, but I never really liked being there. But this night, my last night as a night guard was different. After this night shift I put an end to my career as a night guard.   This week I had a guard dog with me patrolling the grounds. I arrived at the cemetery at 2.30 am, I took the dog for a walk over the graveyard. It was a pretty cold night, below zero. After fifteen minutes I was done with the graveyard and I was about to enter the building. I went inside and turned right and then went down the hallway. About halfway down the hall I stopped to pick up my flashlight. When I suddenly got this weird feeling that someone was watching me from a distance. To calm myself down I told the dog to be on the watch, he started bark ing. I told him to calm down and be quiet, he totally ignored my order. When we entered the office the dog turned around facing back down the hall. Article/200902/62350襄阳南漳县人民中心医院看打呼噜多少钱The new music was built out of materials aly in existence: blues, rock'n'roll, folk music. But although the forms remained, something completely new and original was made out of these older elements - more original, perhaps, than even the new musicians themselves yet realize. The transformation took place in 1966-1967. Up to that time, the blues had been an essentially black medium. Rock'n'roll, a blues derivative, was rhythmic dance music. Folk music, old and modern, was popular among college students. The three forms remained musically and culturally distinct, and even as late as 1965, none of them were expressing any radically new states of consciousness. Blues expressed black soul; rock was the beat of youthful energy; and folk music expressed anti-war sentiments as well as love and hope. In 1966-1967 there was spontaneous transformation. In the ed States, it originated with youthful rock groups playing in San Francisco. In England, it was led by the Beatles, who were aly established as an extremely fine and highly individual rock group. What happened, as well as it can be put into words, was this. First, the separate musical traditions were brought together. Bob Dylan and the Jefferson Airplane played folk rock, folk ideas with a rock beat. White rock groups began experimenting with the blues. Of course, white musicians had always played the blues, but essentially as imitators of the Negro style; now it began to be the white bands' own music. And all of the groups moved towards a broader eclecticism and synthesis. They freely took over elements from jazz, from American country music, and as time went on from even more diverse sources. What developed was a music ily taking on various forms and capable of an almost limitless range of expression. The second thing that happened was that all the musical groups began using the full range of electric instruments and the technology of electronic amplifiers. The electric guitar was an old instrument, but the new electronic effects were altogether different - so different that a new listener in 1967 might well feel that there had never been may sounds like that in the world before. Electronics did, in fact, make possible sounds that no instrument up to that time could produce. And in studio recordings, new techniques made possible effects that not even an electronic band could produce live. Electronic amplifiers also made possible a fantastic increase in volume, the music becoming as loud and penetrating as the human ear could stand, and thereby achieving a "total" effect, so that instead of an audience of passive listeners, there were now audiences of total participants, feeling the music in all of their senses and all of bones. Third, the music becomes a multi-media experience; a port of a total environment. The walls of the ballrooms were covered with changing patterns of light, the beginning of the new art of the light show. And the audience did not sit, it danced. With records at home, listeners imitated these lighting effects as best they could, and heightened the whole experience by using drugs. Often music was played out of doors, where nature provided the environment. 新音乐 新音乐的素材来源于布鲁斯、摇滚和民间音乐,虽然保存了它们的形式,但从这些较早的音乐中却产生了一些全新而富有创意的东西--也许比新的音乐家所意识到的还有创意。这种变化发生于1966-1967年间,这之前布鲁斯一直是黑人音乐的基本表现形式。摇滚衍生于布鲁斯,是一种很有节奏的舞蹈音乐。而民间音乐,不论古老的还是现代的,都很受大学生们的喜爱。这三种形式一直保留着音乐和文化上和特色,甚至到了1965年,他们中也没有一种形式表达一些全新的意识形态。布鲁斯表达黑人的情感;摇滚是青春活力的跳动;而民间音乐表现爱、希望以及反战情绪。 1966-1967年这些音乐形势自然而然地发生了变化。这一变化在美国起始于旧金山演出的青年摇滚乐队,在英国则由甲壳虫乐队领先,他们当时已经成立了非常不错、极有个性的摇滚组合。当时所发生的一切尽可能诉诸文字如下。首先那些独立的音乐传统融合起来。鲍勃迪伦和杰菲逊飞机乐队演奏的民间摇滚将民歌的歌词配上了摇滚节奏。白人摇滚乐队也开始尝试布鲁斯。其实白人音乐家一直都在严奏布鲁斯,不过基本是模仿黑人的风范的折衷与融合。他们随意的从爵士乐、乡村音乐中吸取养分,随着时间的推移甚至从更多来源中各取所需,很快一种形式各异的极具有表现力的音乐形成了。 其次所有的音乐组合都开始使用全套电子乐器和电子扩间技术。吉他是旧式乐器,但是新的电子效果却完全不同,在1967年第一次听到它的人恐怕会感觉到以前世界上从来没有像这样的音响。电子技术确实制造出了此前乐器无法发出的各种声响。在录音室录音,新的技术能做出连电子乐队现场都演奏不出的效果。电子放大器也可以使音量大到极至,音乐显得洪亮而有穿透力,震耳欲聋,因而达到一种彻底的效果,使得听众不再是被动的接受者,而是完全地投入,用整个身心去感受音乐。 第三,音乐成为一种多媒体的感受、整个环境中的一部分。舞厅的墙上闪烁着变幻莫测的灯光。这是新的灯光艺术的开始。观众不是正襟危坐,而是跳动不已。家中有唱片的人会模仿那些灯光效果,并使用实物来加强整体的感觉。音乐还往往以大自然为背景室外演奏。 Article/200802/27803襄州区看鼻炎哪家医院最好

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