傲慢与偏见

傲慢与偏见

图书基本信息
出版时间:2001-8
出版社:上海译文出版社
作者:[英] 奥斯丁
页数:241
字数:285000
译者:王科一
书名:傲慢与偏见
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傲慢与偏见

内容概要
《傲慢与偏见》是英国著名作家简·奥斯丁的代表作。作品描写了傲慢的单身青年达西与偏见的二小姐伊丽莎白、富裕的单身贵族彬格莱与贤淑的大小姐吉英之间的感情纠葛,充分表达了作者本人的婚姻观,强调经济利益对人们恋爱和婚姻的影响。小说情节富有喜剧性,语言机智幽默,是奥斯汀小说中最受欢迎的一部,并被多次改编成电影和电视剧。
作者简介
  简·奥斯汀(1775~1817)英国女小说家。生于乡村小镇斯蒂文顿。奥斯丁没有上过正规学校,在父母指导下阅读了大量文学作品。她20岁左右开始写作,共发表了6部长篇小说。1811年出版的《理智和感伤》是她的处女作,随后又接连发表了《傲慢与偏见》(1813)、《曼斯菲尔德花园》(1814)和《爱玛》(1815)。《诺桑觉寺》和《劝导》(1818)是在她去世后第二年发表的,并署上了作者真名。
书籍目录
前言第一章 班内特一家第二章 宾格莱先生抵达尼日斐花园第三章 达西先生第四章 舞会后第五章 伊丽莎白拒绝跳舞第六章 简访问尼日斐花园第七章 宾格莱小姐第八章 简恢复健康第九章 柯林斯先生的来信第十章 柯林斯先生到了第十一章 柯林斯先生打算结婚第十二章 威克汉姆先生来到麦里屯第十三章 威克汉姆先生讲述自己的事第十四章 邀请去尼日斐花园第十五章 尼日斐花园舞会第十六章 柯林斯先生求婚第十七章 然而伊丽莎白一口回绝第十八章 尼日斐花园人走楼空第十九章 柯林斯先生再次求婚第二十章 宾格莱先生住在伦敦第二十一章 加德纳一家第二十二章 简去了伦敦第二十三章 邀请去湖泊区第二十四章 伊丽莎白访问汉斯福德第二十五章 凯瑟琳·德·包尔夫人第二十六章 罗辛斯的客人第二十七章 达西先生看望伊丽莎白第二十八章 达西先生的干扰第二十九章 求婚第三十章 来自达西先生的一封信第三十一章 伊丽莎白感到惭愧第三十二章 伊丽莎白和简回家第三十三章 伊丽莎白把威克汉姆的事告诉简……

章节摘录
  浪博恩的小姐们不久去拜访了尼日斐花园的小姐。
尼日斐花园的小姐们也按常规回访了浪博恩的小姐。
班内特小姐那种令人喜爱的举止越来越赢得赫斯特太太和宾格莱小姐的好感,虽然那个做母亲的叫人感到难以容忍,几个小的妹妹也不值一谈,但赫斯特太太和宾格莱小姐还是表示希望能进一步结交两位年纪大的班内特小组。
简高兴地领受了这份情谊,可是伊丽莎白看出她们对每个人都很高傲,就是对她的姐姐也是如此,所以她不喜欢她们。
但是很明显,她们的兄弟对简确实是爱慕的,伊丽莎白注意到,简一开始就对他有了偏爱,而且渐渐地越来越爱他。
  伊丽莎白一心只留意宾格莱先生对她姐姐的殷勤,却没有料到自己已成了宾格莱先生的朋友眼里感兴趣的人。
达西先生开始几乎不承认她漂亮,他在舞会上见到她时,并无爱慕之意,而在他们第二次见面时,他还只是以挑剔的目光瞅着她。
然而,他刚刚还断定她的相貌几乎一无可取,却又突然发觉她那双乌黑的眼睛竟是美丽非凡,使她显得异常聪慧。
对这一切她还都不知道。
在她看来,他是一个弄得自己到处不受人喜欢的男子,而且,他还认为她缺乏吸引力,不配跟他跳舞呢。
  他开始希望更多地了解她。
  一天,威廉,卢卡斯爵士家来了许多人。
几位小姐和两三位军官在房间的一头跳舞。
达西先生站在他们附近,威廉爵士正想和他攀谈。
就在这当儿,伊丽莎白朝他们走来,威廉爵士灵机一动,想乘此机会献一下殷勤,便对她大声说道:  “亲爱的伊莉扎小姐,你为什么不跳舞啊?达西先生,让我把这位年轻小姐介绍给你,她是位非常理想的舞伴。
我相们,这样一位美人在你面前,你不会拒绝跳舞的。
”他拉住伊莉扎的手,准备往达西面前送,虽然达西惊讶不已,可还是愿意去拉这只手,不料她立刻把手缩了回去,神色有些慌乱地对威廉爵土说:  “先生,我确实一点也不想跳舞。
请不要以为我到这儿是来找舞伴的。
”  达西先生极有礼貌地请她跳舞,但是没有成功。
伊丽莎白下了决心,任凭威廉爵士怎么劝说也无济于事。
  “伊莉扎小姐,你舞跳得这样好,却忍心不让我有眼福看你跳舞,虽然这位先生平时不喜欢这种娱乐,但是,我相信,对于花半个钟头,为我们赏脸,他是不会反对的。
”  “达西先生太客气了,”伊丽莎白微笑着说道。
她转身走开了。
她的拒绝并没有伤害她在这位先生心目中的形象,而他还相当爱慕地想着她呢。
  The
ladies
Of
Longbourn
soon
visited
those
of
Netherfield.
The
visit
was
formally
returned.
Miss
Bennets
pleasing
manners
continued
to
win
the
approval
of
Mrs
Hurst
and
Miss
Bingley,and
though
the
mother
was
considered
to
be
unbearable,
and  the
younger
sisters
not
worth
speaking
to,
a
wish
was
expressed
to
be
better
acquainted
with
the
two
eldest.
This
attention
was
received
by
Jane
with
the
greatest
pleasure,
but
Elizabeth
saw
pride
in
their
treatment
of
everybody,
even
her
sister,
and
could
not
like
them.
But
it
was
plain
that
their
brother
did
admire
jane,
and
Elizabeth
observed
that
Jane
was
giving
way
to
the
preference
which
she
had
begun
to
feel
for
him
from
the
first,
and
was
beaming
to
be
very
much
in
love.  While
Elizabeth
was
occupied
in
watching
Mr
Bingleys
attentions
to
her
sister,
she
did
not
suspect
that
she
herself
was
becoming
an
object
of
some
interest
in
the
eyes
of
his
friend.
Mr
Darcy
had
at
first
barely
admitted
her
to
be
pretty,
he
had
seen
her
without
admiration
at
the
ball,
and
when
they
next
met,
he
looked
at
her
only
to
criticise.
But
he
had
no
sooner
decided
that
hardly
one
part
of
her
face
was
good,
than
he
began
to
find
that
it
was
made
uncommonly
intelligent
by
the
beautiful
expression
of
her
dark
eyes.
She
was
completely
unconscious
of
this.
To
her,
he
was
only
the
man
who
had
made
himself
agreeable
nowhere,
and
who
had
not
thought
her
attractive
enough
to
dance
with.  He
began
to
wish
to
know
more
of
her.  One
day,
a
large
party
was
gathered
at
Sir
William
Lucass.
A
number
of
young
ladies,
and
two
or
thrcc
army
officers,
were
occupied
in
dancing
at
one
end
of
the
room.
Mr
Darcy
stood
near
them,
and
Sir
William
was
trying
to
make
him
talk.
As  Elizabeth
moved
towards
them
at
this
moment,
Sir
William
was
struck
with
the
idea
of
doing
a
very
polite
thing,
and
called
out
to
her:  "My
dear
Miss
Eliza,
wily
are
you
not
dancing?
Mr
Darcy,
you
must
allow
me
to
present
this
young
lady
to
you
as
a
very
desirable
partner.
You
cannot,refuse
to
dance,
I
am
sure,
when
so
much
beauty
is
before
you."
And,taking
her
hand,
he
would
have
given
it
to
Mr
Darcy,
who,
thouhg
extremely
surprised,
was
not
unwilling
to
reeelve
it,
when
she
immediately
drew
back,
and
said
in
some
confusion
to
Sir
William:  "Indeed,
sir,
I
have
not
the
least
intention of
dancing.
Please
do
not
suppose
that
I
moved
this
way
in
order
to
beg
for
a
partner.
"  Mr
Darey,
with
great
politeness,requested
to
be
allowed
the
honour
of
her
hand,but
without
success.Elizabeth
was
determined,
and
Sir
Williams
attempt
at
persuasion
met
with
no
success.  "You
are
such
an
excellent
dancer,
Miss
Eliza,
that
it
is
cruel
to
refuse
me
the
happiness
of
seeing
you,and
though
this
gentleman
dislikes
the
amusement
in
general,
he
can
have
no
objection,I
am
sure,to
doing
us
this
favour
for
one
half-hour."  "Mr
Darcy
is
all
politeness,"said
Elizabeth
smiling.
She
turned
away.Her
resistance
had
not
harmed
her
in
the
gentlemans
opinion,and
he
thought
of
her
with
some
admiration.    她为自己感到很惭愧。
她觉得自己以往真是一叶障目,心存偏见,又不近情理。
  她又把信中关于简的那一部分看了一遍。
她不能否认,达西对她姐姐的描述是公正的。
她不得不承认,简的感情,虽然很强烈,但是流露得太少了。
  她看到信中提及她家里人的那一部分,措词很伤她自尊心,然而那一番责难却也是合情合理的,于是,她越发觉得惭。
对她和她姐姐的赞誉,她不是没有感觉到,但这并不能对她有所慰藉。
她一想到简的失意,实际上是那些最亲近的亲人的行为所造成的,这时她就感到有一种从未有过的沮丧。
  她很快就把这封信的大部分内容记在心里了。
她研究了每一句话,她对写信人的感情越来越不——样。
当她想起他与自己讲话时的那种态度,她仍然气鼓鼓的;但是当她想到,她曾怎样不公平地错怪了他,她的气恼又转到了自己的身上,对他那失望的情绪却很同情。
他的爱恋使她感激,他总的品性引起了她的尊敬,可是她无法对他表示满意,对拒绝他的求婚也不懊悔,也根本不想再见到他。
她常常为自己过去的行为感到烦恼,但为家庭中的缺陷更加感到遗憾。
这些缺陷是永远不能弥补了。
她的父亲,对这些缺陷只是一笑置之,从来不自寻麻烦地约束他那几个小女儿的任何愚蠢的行为;至于她母亲,本身的举止有失检点,完全觉察不到这种弊端。
伊丽莎白常常和简一起,试图控制住凯瑟琳和莉迪娅可笑的行为,但是只要她们在母亲那种漫不经心的溺爱的鼓励下,那还会有什么长进的机会呢?凯瑟琳意志薄弱,胆子很小,完全处于莉迪娅的影响之下,对于简和伊丽莎白的规劝总是生气;莉迪娅粗心大意,固执任性,几乎不听筒和伊丽莎白一句话。
她们又傻,又懒,又无知。
麦里屯一有军官,她们就会设法吸引他注意。
而麦里屯与浪博恩相距只一箭之遥,她们便老是往那儿跑。
  伊丽莎白还有一桩心事,那就是替简担忧,而达西先生的解释,使她对宾格莱先生恢复了以往的好感,同时,也使她越发感到简所失去的是什么。
  可想而知,最近两天束发生的事情已在伊丽莎白—一向愉快的心情上产生了影响,她发觉,就是要显得比较快乐些,也几乎不可能。
伊丽莎白一心盼望下个星期就可结束对汉斯福德的拜访。
而达西先生,已在交给她那封信之后不久离开汉斯福德了。
  终于,箱子都打点停当,大家互相道别,柯林斯先生少不了说一大串话。
马车驶往伦敦,简要在那儿搭伴和他们一起回家。
  “哦!”沉默了一会儿,玛丽亚大声说道,“打我们开始到这里来,好像才不过一、二天。
嗨,然而事情发生了真不少!”  “的确很多,”她的同伴沮丧地说。
  “在罗辛斯,除去喝两次茶,我们还吃了九顿饭!有多少事要讲啊!”  伊丽莎白心里说:“有多少事我要瞒着不说啊!”  She
became
absolutely
ashamed
of
herself.
She
felt
that
she
had
been
blind,
prejudiced,
unreasonable.  She
read
again
the
part
of
the
letter
about
Jane.
She
coul
not
deny
the
justice
of
Darcys
description
of
her
sister.
She
had
to
admit
that
Janes
feelings,
though
strong,
were
shown
very
little.  When
she
came
to
the
part
in
which
her
family
were
mentioned,
in
words
so
wounding
to
her
pride
and
yet
so
just
in
the
blame
that
they
expressed,
her
sense
of
shame
was
severe.
The
praise
of
herself
and
her
sister
was
not
unfelt,
but
it
could
not
comfort
her,
and
when
she
considered
that
Janes
disappointment
had,
in
fact,
been
the
work
of
her
nearest
relations,
she
felt
in
lower
spirits
than
she
had
ever
been
before.  She
soon
began
to
know
much
of
the
letter
by
heart.
She
studied
every
sentence,
and
her
feelings
towards
its
writer
were
at
times
widely
different.
When
she
remembered
the
manner
in
which
he
had
addressed
her,
she
was
still
full
of
anger,
but when
she
considered
how
unfairly
she
had
misjudged
him,
her
anger
was
turned
against
herself,
and
his
disappointed
teelings
became
the,
object
of
pity.
She
could
feel
grateful
for
his
attachment
and
could
respect
his
general
character,
but
she
could
not
approve
of
him,
nor
could
she
regret
her
refusal,
nor
feel
the
slightest
desire
ever
to
see
him
again.
In
her
own
past
behaviour,
there
was
a
continual
cause
for
annoyance,
and
itl
the
faults
of
her
family,
a
subject
of
even
heavier
sorrow.
They
would
never
be
put
right.
Her
father,
content
with
laughing
at
them,
would
never
trouble
himself
to
control
the
wild
foolishness
of
his
youngest
daughters,
and
her
mother,
with
manners
so
far
from
right
herself,
was
completely
unconscious
of
the
evil.
Elizabeth
had frequently
united
with
Jane
in
an
attempt
to
control
the
silliness
of
Catherine
and
Lydia,
but
while
they
were
encourag-ed
by
their
mothers
fond
carelessness,
what
chance
could
there
be
of
improvement?
Catherine,
weak-spirited,
nervous,and
completely
under
Lydias
influence,
had
always
been
of-fended
by
their
advice,
and
Lydia,
careless,
and
determined
to
have
her
own
way,
would
hardly
give
them
a
hearing.
They
were
foolish,
idle,
and
empty-headed.
While
there
was
an
officer
in
Meryton,
they
would
be
trying
to
attract
him,
and
while
Meryton
was
within
a
walk
of
Longbourn,
they
would
be
going
there
for
ever.  Anxiety
for
Jane
was
another
cause
of
concern,
and
Mr
Darcys
explanation,
by
bringing
back
all
her
former
good
opinion
of
Bingley,
increased
the
sense
of
what
Jane
had
lost.  It
may
easily
be
believed
that
the
events
of
the
last
two
days
had
such
an
effect
on
Elizabeths
naturally
happy
spirits,
that
she
found
it
almost
impossible
to
appear
even
reasonably
cheerful.
It
was
with
a
ready
heart
that
she
watched
her
visit
to
Hunsford
come
to
an
end
in
the
next
week.
Mr
Darcy
had
left
shortly
after
handing
her
the
letter.  At
last
the
boxes
were
packed,
and
the
goodbyes
over,
not
without
a
long
speech
from
Mr
Collins.
The
carriage
drove
off
towards
London,
where
Jane
was
to
join
the
party
for
home.  "Oh!"
cried
Maria,
after
a
few
minutes
silence,
"It
seems
only
a
day
or
two
since
we
first
came!
And
yet,
how
many
things
have
happened!"  "A
great
many,
indeed,"
said
her
companion
sadly.  "We
have
dined
nine
times
at
Rosings,
besides
drinking
tea
there
twice!
How
much
I
shall
have
to
tell!"  Elizabeth
privately
added,
"And
how
much
I
shall
have
to
hide!"  ……
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  前言  简·奥斯丁把自己写小说比作画一幅小巧而精美的画。她的一生(1775—1817)也和这幅画一样,几乎没有什么令人激动或富有戏剧性的事情。她在英国南部村庄城镇度过一生,也访问过一些大城镇和伦敦。还是小女孩的时候,她受教育于她那当牧师的父亲,而且阅读广泛。她一生未婚,和家人,特别是和众姐妹中的一个保持着密切的联系。她的一些朋友至今还保存着她写给他们的信件,这些信件现在人们还能看到。但是在她去世后,她的家人却毁掉了她的私人书信文件,所以我们很少知道她的感情。要是我们想了解她的观点和见解,我们必须从她的小说中去寻找。  在她写作的年代,小说的名声总的说来不太好(在她的一生中,简·奥斯丁的名字没有出现在她任何一部小说的扉页上)。小说通常是充满恐怖的戏剧性的故事,或者是很无聊的爱情故事;一般被认为对年轻人有不良影响,当然也不会以为小说会谈到什么重要或严肃的事情。简·奥斯丁把一种新型的小说引进了英国——这种小说所描绘的是居住在普通的英国城镇或乡村中的普通中产阶级英国人,他们的生活由每天普普通通的事情组成(她亲口说过,她写小说时最喜欢写的主题是乡间村落中三个或四个家庭)。它们不同于早期小说的那种恐怖和无聊,呈现出来的是一个完全不同的世界。  她所描述的也许是一个小范围,但是观察尖锐犀利,描述引人入胜,由于小说具有强烈的道德观念,因此含义更加深刻。(有一位评论家在十九世纪评论了她的小说,赞扬这些作品的“道德教育和宗教信仰”,特别由于是这些特性被非常巧批评妙地加以处理,以致为读者在不知不觉中接受。)她的小说常常把重点放在描述书中人物是如何适应他们所在的社会公认的道德观的。《傲慢与偏见》确实也是这样。  《傲慢与偏见》首次于1813年出版,它是根据一个故事修订而成,而这个故事曾在1797年遭到出版社的拒绝。这本书或许是她最受欢迎的一本小说,部分原因是伊丽莎白·班内特这个人物,简·奥斯丁说伊丽莎白是她最喜欢的女主人公。她所有的小说都以一个年轻女子的婚姻作为结束,该年轻女子是故事的中心:由于在那个年代,中产阶级的英国妇女自身没有钱,她们只得首先依靠自己的父亲,然后依靠丈夫,能够找到一个有钱的丈夫是非常重要的。但是简·奥斯丁并不认为仅仅为了钱而结婚(正如夏洛特·卢卡斯那样)在道德上是正确的,感情和尊重也被认为非常重要,没有感情和尊重的婚姻是主人公性格软弱的标志。班内特先生在有些方面是个富有同情心的人物,但我们被告知他的婚姻是“缺乏良好的判断力的结果”,他曾对伊丽莎白说:“我的孩子,别让我痛苦地看见你在你的生活伴侣问题上没有能够考虑妥善。”这表明由于这个原因他一直忍受着痛苦。  一个年轻女子公开地设法吸引丈夫是违背社会准则的:当伊丽莎白拒绝与达西先生跳舞时,达西先生对她的印象更深了;柯林斯先生认为伊丽莎白拒绝嫁给他只不过是出于礼貌;而班内特太太公开渴望能看见她所有的女儿出嫁,使她成了一个可笑的人物。当宾格莱先生来到这个地区居住,她议论起他的那副样子和当他表示出被简吸引时,她的举止显示:看见女儿们有个好归宿的愿望远比她举止得当的意识来得强烈。  ……
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  简·奥斯汀才华横溢,以独特的叙述风格把日常琐事讲述得非常有趣。她对女人的性格观察入微、刻画得栩栩如生,使得全书洋溢着青春的喜气,这是一部时间安排很精确、轻描淡写恰到好处的杰作。此外,在欣赏杰作的同时,你的英语水平还能得到提高。一举两得,何乐而不为?
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小说,傲慢与偏见,英国,外国文学,名著,爱情,奥斯丁


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  •     因为电影才喜欢上奥斯汀的作品,以前买过一本译林的版本,字很小,看着费劲,这次这个版本,字体尚可。翻译得也不错,很有电视剧的味道,我说的是那个95年英国BBC的电视剧。
  •     电视电影小说所有版本都看过了,真是疯狂
  •     值得买。
  •     超好看的
  •     好书啊…………………………………………
  •     越过爱情,有图片详细介绍
  •     很好的,值得阅读。
  •     希望孩子有收获,完全写出了我看书时的感受~
  •     对我的论文写作帮助很大!,会认真阅读的
  •     这部书很好看,@ 蔷薇 是的 。。。爱她就是爱她这个人
  •     就是为了写论文用的,其本身的故事也是十分吸引我的说~
  •     值得阅读。。。。,质量好
  •     值得品读!,傲慢的性格增添了道路的曲折
  •     傲慢与偏见,情商更重要
  •     一直是我想要的。,不错!
  •     便宜质量又好,经典
  •     物有所值吧。,上学时看过
  •     不错,这次发的书和前几次买的名著质量好象差别较大
  •     买一本自己收藏!很喜欢这边书!,法理学的开山之作
  •     感觉是正版,是挺好看的
  •     不过读了两页看着翻译不错!,最关键的是书的内容好啊!奥斯汀的书最喜欢的一本
  •     经典之作,很多人都对《傲慢与偏见》有所偏爱
  •     值得收藏。,还不错了
  •     有些费眼睛,不上理科生最弱的一环
  •     但我很喜欢三毛的洒脱和自由的笔风,但是也需要一定的定力