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    书名:Lord of the Flies蝇王
    难度:Lexile蓝思阅读指数770L
    作者:William Golding威廉
    戈尔丁
    出版社名称:Penguin USA
    出版时间:2006
    语种:英文
    ISBN
    9780399533372
    商品尺寸:12.8 x 1.4 x 19.6 cm
    包装:平装
    页数:336 (以实物为准)


    Lord of the Flies《蝇王》是英国现代作家、诺贝尔文学奖获得者威廉·戈尔丁的代表作。《蝇王》是一本重要的哲理小说,借小孩的天真来探讨人性的恶这一严肃主题。
    故事发生于想象中的第三次世界大战,一群六岁至十二岁的儿童在撤退途中因飞机失事被围困在一座荒岛上,起先尚能和睦相处,后来由于恶的本性膨胀起来,便互相残杀,发生悲剧性的结果。作者将抽象的哲理命题具体化,让读者通过阅读引人入胜的故事和激动人心的争斗场面来加以体悟,人物、场景、故事、意象等等都深具象征意味,被公认为二十世纪伟大的文学巨著之一。
    推荐理由:
    1.《蝇王》被列为“英国当代文学的典范”,成为英美大中学校文学课的阅读书目;
    2.本版本由E.L.EPSTEIN撰写作者生平及注释,有助于理解作品;
    3.英文原版,内容完整无删减。

    At the dawn of the next world war, a plane crashes on an uncharted island, stranding a group of schoolboys. At first, with no adult supervision, their freedom is something to celebrate. This far from civilization they can do anything they want. Anything.
    But as order collapses, as strange howls echo in the night, as terror begins its reign, the hope of adventure seems as far removed from reality as the hope of being rescued…
    Review
    Lord of the Fliesis one of my favorite books. I still read it every couple of years.”Suzanne Collins, author ofThe Hunger Games trilogy
    “I finished the last half ofLord of the Fliesin a single afternoon, my eyes wide, my heart pounding, not thinking, just inhaling.... My rule of thumb as a writer and reader—largely formed byLord of the Flies—is feel it first, think about it later.”Stephen King
    “This brilliant work is a frightening parody on man’s return [in a few weeks] to that state of darkness from which it took him thousands of years to emerge. Fully to succeed, a fantasy must approach very close to reality.Lord of the Fliesdoes. It must also be superbly written. It is.”The New York Times Book Review

     


    Lord of the Flies《蝇王》描述在一场未来的核战争中,一架飞机带着一群孩子从本土飞到南方疏散。飞机被击落,孩子们乘坐的机舱落到一座世外桃源般的、荒无人烟的珊瑚岛上。起初孩子们齐心协力,后来由于害怕所谓的“野兽”分裂成两派,以崇尚本能的专制派压倒了讲究理智的民主派而告终。


    威廉戈尔丁William Golding19111994)英国小说家。生于英格兰康沃尔郡一个知识分子家庭,自小爱好文学。1930年遵父命入牛津大学学习自然科学,两年后转攻文学。1934年发表了处女作——一本包括29首小诗的诗集(麦克米伦当代诗丛之一)。1935年毕业于牛津大学,获文学士学位,此后在一家小剧团里当过编导和演员。1940年参加皇家海军,亲身投入了当时的战争。1945年退役,到学校教授英国文学,并坚持业余写作。1954年发表了长篇小说《蝇王》,获得巨大的声誉。1955年成为皇家文学会成员。1961年获牛津大学文学硕士学位,同年辞去教职,专从事写作。
    戈尔丁是个多产作家,继《蝇王》之后,他发表的长篇小说有《继承者》(1955)、《品彻马丁)(1956)、《自由堕落》(1959)、《塔尖》(1964)、《金字塔》(1967)、《看得见的黑暗》(1979)、《航程祭典》(1980)、《纸人》(1984)、《近方位)(1987)、《巧语》(1995)等。其中《航行祭典》获布克·麦克内尔图书奖。此外,他还写过剧本、散文和短篇小说,并于1982年出版了文学评论集《活动的靶子》。
    戈尔丁在西方被称为寓言编撰家,他运用现实主义的叙述方法编写寓言神话,承袭西方伦理学的传统,着力表现人心的黑暗这一主题,表现出作家对人类未来的关切。由于他的小说具有清晰的现实主义叙述技巧以及虚构故事的多样性与普遍性,阐述了今日世界人类的状况1983年获诺贝尔文学奖。

    William Goldingwas born in Cornwall, England, in 1911 and educated at Oxford University. His first book, Poems, was published in 1935. Following a stint in the Royal Navy during World War II, Golding wroteLord of the Flieswhile teaching school. It was the first of several works, including the novelsPincher Martin,Free Fall, andThe Inheritors and a play,The Brass Butterfly, which led to his being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1983.


    THE BOY WITH FAIR HAIR LOWERED HIMSELF down the last few feet of rock and began to pick his way toward the lagoon. Though he had taken off his school sweater and trailed it now from one hand, his grey shirt stuck to him and his hair was plastered to his forehead. All round him the long scar smashed into the jungle was a bath of heat. He was clambering heavily among the creepers and broken trunks when a bird, a vision of red and yellow, flashed upwards with a witchlike cry; and this cry was echoed by another.
    “Hi!” it said. “Wait a minute!”
    The undergrowth at the side of the scar was shaken and a multitude of raindrops fell pattering.
    “Wait a minute,” the voice said. “I got caught up.”
    The fair boy stopped and jerked his stockings with an automatic gesture that made the jungle seem for a moment like the Home Counties.
    The voice spoke again.
    “I can’t hardly move with all these creeper things.”
    The owner of the voice came backing out of the undergrowth so that twigs scratched on a greasy wind-breaker. The naked crooks of his knees were plump, caught and scratched by thorns. He bent down, removed the thorns carefully, and turned around. He was shorter than the fair boy and very fat. He came forward, searching out safe lodgments for his feet, and then looked up through thick spectacles.
    “Where’s the man with the megaphone?”
    The fair boy shook his head.
    “This is an island. At least I think it’s an island. That’s a reef out in the sea. Perhaps there aren’t any grownups anywhere.”
    The fat boy looked startled.
    “There was that pilot. But he wasn’t in the passenger cabin, he was up in front.”
    The fair boy was peering at the reef through screwed-up eyes.
    “All them other kids,” the fat boy went on. “Some of them must have got out. They must have, mustn’t they?”
    The fair boy began to pick his way as casually as possible toward the water. He tried to be offhand and not too obviously uninterested, but the fat boy hurried after him.
    “Aren’t there any grownups at all?”
    “I don’t think so.”
    The fair boy said this solemnly; but then the delight of a realized ambition overcame him. In the middle of the scar he stood on his head and grinned at the reversed fat boy.
    “No grownups!”
    The fat boy thought for a moment.
    “That pilot.”
    The fair boy allowed his feet to come down and sat on the steamy earth.
    “He must have flown off after he dropped us. He couldn’t land here. Not in a place with wheels.”
    “We was attacked!”
    “He’ll be back all right.”
    The fat boy shook his head.
    “When we was coming down I looked through one of them windows. I saw the other part of the plane. There were flames coming out of it.”
    He looked up and down the scar.
    “And this is what the cabin done.”
    The fair boy reached out and touched the jagged end of a trunk. For a moment he looked interested.
    “What happened to it?” he asked. “Where’s it got to now?”
    “That storm dragged it out to sea. It wasn’t half dangerous with all them tree trunks falling. There must have been some kids still in it.”
    He hesitated for a moment, then spoke again.
    “What’s your name?”
    “Ralph.”
    The fat boy waited to be asked his name in turn but this proffer of acquaintance was not made; the fair boy called Ralph smiled vaguely, stood up, and began to make his way once more toward the lagoon. The fat boy hung steadily at his shoulder.
    “I expect there’s a lot more of us scattered about. You haven’t seen any others, have you?”
    Ralph shook his head and increased his speed. Then he tripped over a branch and came down with a crash.
    The fat boy stood by him, breathing hard.
    “My auntie told me not to run,” he explained, “on account of my asthma.”
    “Ass-mar?”
    “That’s right. Can’t catch my breath. I was the only boy in our school what had asthma,” said the fat boy with a touch of pride. “And I’ve been wearing specs since I was three.”
    He took off his glasses and held them out to Ralph, blinking and smiling, and then started to wipe them against his grubby wind-breaker. An expression of pain and inward concentration altered the pale contours of his face. He smeared the sweat from his cheeks and quickly adjusted the spectacles on his nose.
    “Them fruit.”
    He glanced round the scar.
    “Them fruit,” he said, “I expect—”
    He put on his glasses, waded away from Ralph, and crouched down among the tangled foliage.
    “I’ll be out again in just a minute—”
    Ralph disentangled himself cautiously and stole away through the branches. In a few seconds the fat boy’s grunts were behind him and he was hurrying toward the screen that still lay between him and the lagoon. He climbed over a broken trunk and was out of the jungle.

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