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杂谈

分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

BIFF:

rushing down the stairs: Pop! As the car speeds off, the music crashes down in a frenzy of sound, which becomes the soft pulsation of a single cello string. Biff slowly returns to his bedroom. He and Happy gravely don their jackets. Linda slowly walks out of her room. The music has developed into a dead march/ the leaves of day are appearing over everything. Charley and Bernard, somberly dressed, appear and knock on the kitchen door. Biff and Happy slowly descend the stairs to the kitchen as Charley and Bernard enter. All stop a moment when Linda, in clothes of mourning, bearing a little bunch of roses, comes through the draped doorway into the kitchen. She goes to Charley and takes his arm. Now all move toward the audience, through the wall-line of the kitchen. At the limit of

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

 

BIFF:

There’ll be no pity for you, you hear it? No pity!

WILLY:

to Linda: you hear the spite!

BIFF:

No, you’re going to hear the truth –what you are and what I am!

LINDA:

Stop it!

 

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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Biff moves outside, Linda following. The light dies down on them and comes up on the center of the apron as Willy walks into it. He is carrying a flashlight, a hoe, and a handful of seed packets. He raps the top of the hoe sharply to fix it firmly, and then moves to the left, measuring off the distance with his foot. He holds the flashlight to look at the seed packets, reading off the instructions. He is in the blue of night.

 

 

WILLY:

Carrots … quarter-inch apart. Rows… one-foot rows. He measures it off. One foot. He puts down a package and measures off. Beets. He puts down another package, puts it down. One foot- he breaks off

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

STANLEY:

Oh, your son paid me. It’s all right.

WILLY:

Putting it in Stanley’s hand: No, take it. You’re a good boy.

STANLEY:

Oh, no, you don’t have to …

WILLY:

Here- here’s some more, I don’t need it any more, After a light pause: Tell me –is there a seed store in the ne

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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Act II (Excerpts)

The knocking is heard again. He takes a few steps away from her, and she vanishes into the wing. The light follows him, and now he is facing Young Biff, who carries a suitcase. Biff steps toward him. The music is gone

   

 

BIFF:

Why didn’t you answer?

WILLY:

Biff! What are you doing in Boston?

BIFF:

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(2010-01-11 10:11)
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杂谈

分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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In the late nineteenth century Britain kept out of foreign politics as much as possible .Europe was divided into two camps: France and Russia in one, German Austria and Italy in the other. Britain favored the second group so long as France threatened her interests in Africa and the Russians threatened her Indian border .but Germany was growing too strong .the various German states had been united under the king of Prussia after his conquest of France in 1870.he was now emperor of  all cermany he was queen victoria’s son-in-law ,but his ambitions took no account of such a tie .Britain watched him with growing mistrust.

The Germans already had the best army in Europe .by 1901,when Victoria died, they had begun to build a very large navy ,which was not needed to protect their trade .it could only have one purpose ,to fight its british rival.edward vii had nev

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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My topic is the Constitution of the United States. Every year thousands of tourists visit the National Archives in Washington D. C., to view the original document, which is on permanent display. This is the document that has shaped our national life for more than 180 years. I shall deal with the background of the Constitution, the great Convention of 1787 that produced it, some of its leading principles and provisions, and the means by which it has been adapted over so long a time to the needs of a changing society.

In 1775 the thirteen British colonies that were to become the United States stretched along the Atlantic Coast of North America. The first had been established in 1607, the last in 1732. Over the years the colonies had developed greatly. In 1775 they had a population of more than two millions. They enjoyed a large measure of self-government. Each col

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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The fortunate in the world-the only really fortunate people in the world, in my mind,-are those whose work is also their pleasure. The class is not a large one, not nearly so large as it is often represented to be; and authors are perhaps one of the most important elements in its composition. They enjoy in this respect at least a real harmony of life. To my mind, to be able to make your work your pleasure is the one class distinction in the world worth striving for; and I do not wonder that others are inclined to envy those happy human beings who find their livelihood in the gay effusions of their fancy, to whom every hour of labour is an hour of enjoyment to whom repose – however necessary – is a tiresome interlude. And even a holiday is almost deprivation. Whether a man writing well or ill, has mach to say or little, if he cares about writing at all, he will appreciate the pleasures of compo

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(2010-01-11 10:05)
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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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Vice President Johnson, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Chief Justice, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, President Truman, Reverend Clergy, fellow citizens:

     We observe today not a victory of party, but a celebration of freedom -- symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning -- signifying renewal, as well as change. For I have sworn before you and Almighty God the same solemn oath our forebears prescribed nearly a century and three-quarters ago.

The world is very different now. For man holds in his mortal hands the power to abolish all forms of human poverty and all forms of human life. And yet the same revolutionary beliefs for which our forebears fought are still at issue around the globe -- the belief that the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state, but from the hand of God.

We dare not forget today that w

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分类: 英语阅读一(1-28)

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Five thousand years ago a story, which told of the creation of this world in seven days was common among all the people of western Asia. And this was the Jewish version of it.

They vaguely attributed the making of the land and of the sea and of the trees and the flowers and the birds and of man and woman to their different gods.

But it happened that the Jews were the first among all people to recognize the existence of One Single God. Afterwards, when we come to talk of the days of Moses, we shall tell you how this came about.

In the beginning, however, the particular Semitic tribe, which later was to develop into the Jewish nation, worshipped several divinities, just as all their neighbours had done before them for countless ages.

 

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