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时间：2021-09-22 06:54:40 作者：三国演义 浏览量：98219
“You haven’t quarrelled with her?”
40The form in which Conrad has chosen to develop his narratives is the question which must always come first in any consideration of him as a novelist; the question of his form is the ground upon which he has been most frequently attacked.
“And the flowers! Don’t you think they are an improvement? What did Captain Peabody say to them?”
2.Tells of My Introduction to the Tall Man>
This marble pavilion at Shoubra, indeed, with its graceful, terraced peristyles, its chambers and divans, the bright waters beneath, with their painted boats, wherein the ladies of the harem chase the gleaming shoals of gold and silver fish, is a scene worthy of a sultan; but my attendant, a Greek employed in the garden, told me I ought to view it on some high festival, crowded by the court in their rich costumes, to appreciate all its impressive beauty. This was a scene not reserved for me, yet my first visit to Shoubra closed with an incident not immemorable.
3:1 [hgb] 天 使 （ 原 文 作 他 ） 又 指 给 我 看 ， 大 祭 司 约 书 亚 ， 站 在 耶 和 华 的 使 者 面 前 ， 撒 但 也 站 在 约 书 亚 的 右 边 ， 与 他 作 对 。 [kjv] And he shewed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the LORD, and Satan standing at his right hand to resist him. [bbe] And he let me see Joshua, the high priest, in his place before the angel of the Lord, and the Satan at his right hand ready to take up a cause against him. 3:2 [hgb] 耶 和 华 向 撒 但 说 ， 撒 但 哪 ， 耶 和 华 责 备 你 ， 就 是 拣 选 耶 路 撒 冷 的 耶 和 华 责 备 你 。 这 不 是 从 火 中 抽 出 来 的 一 根 柴 吗 ？ [kjv] And the LORD said unto Satan, The LORD rebuke thee, O Satan; even the LORD that hath chosen Jerusalem rebuke thee: is not this a brand plucked out of the fire? [bbe] And the Lord said to the Satan, May the Lord's word be sharp against you, O Satan, the word of the Lord who has taken Jerusalem for himself: is this not a burning branch pulled out of the fire? 3:3 [hgb] 约 书 亚 穿 着 污 秽 的 衣 服 ， 站 在 使 者 面 前 。 [kjv] Now Joshua was clothed with filthy garments, and stood before the angel. [bbe] Now Joshua was clothed in unclean robes, and he was in his place before the angel. 3:4 [hgb] 使 者 吩 咐 站 在 面 前 的 说 ， 你 们 要 脱 去 他 污 秽 的 衣 服 。 又 对 约 书 亚 说 ， 我 使 你 脱 离 罪 孽 ， 要 给 你 穿 上 华 美 的 衣 服 。 [kjv] And he answered and spake unto those that stood before him, saying, Take away the filthy garments from him. And unto him he said, Behold, I have caused thine iniquity to pass from thee, and I will clothe thee with change of raiment. [bbe] And he made answer and said to those who were there before him, Take the unclean robes off him, and let him be clothed in clean robes; 3:5 [hgb] 我 说 ， 要 将 洁 净 的 冠 冕 戴 在 他 头 上 。 他 们 就 把 洁 净 的 冠 冕 戴 在 他 头 上 ， 给 他 穿 上 华 美 的 衣 服 ， 耶 和 华 的 使 者 在 旁 边 站 立 。 [kjv] And I said, Let them set a fair mitre upon his head. So they set a fair mitre upon his head, and clothed him with garments. And the angel of the LORD stood by. [bbe] And let them put a clean head-dress on his head. So they put a clean head-dress on his head, clothing him with clean robes: and to him he said, See, I have taken your sin away from you. 3:6 [hgb] 耶 和 华 的 使 者 告 诫 约 书 亚 说 ， [kjv] And the angel of the LORD protested unto Joshua, saying, [bbe] And the angel of the Lord made a statement to Joshua, and said, 3:7 [hgb] 万 军 之 耶 和 华 如 此 说 ， 你 若 遵 行 我 的 道 ， 谨 守 我 的 命 令 ， 你 就 可 以 管 理 我 的 家 ， 看 守 我 的 院 宇 。 我 也 要 使 你 在 这 些 站 立 的 人 中 间 来 往 。 [kjv] Thus saith the LORD of hosts; If thou wilt walk in my ways, and if thou wilt keep my charge, then thou shalt also judge my house, and shalt also keep my courts, and I will give thee places to walk among these that stand by. [bbe] These are the words of the Lord of armies: If you will go in my ways and keep what I have put in your care, then you will be judge over my Temple and have the care of my house, and I will give you the right to come in among those who are there. 3:8 [hgb] 大 祭 司 约 书 亚 阿 ， 你 和 坐 在 你 面 前 的 同 伴 都 当 听 。 （ 他 们 是 作 预 兆 的 ） 。 我 必 使 我 仆 人 大 卫 的 苗 裔 发 出 。 [kjv] Hear now, O Joshua the high priest, thou, and thy fellows that sit before thee: for they are men wondered at: for, behold, I will bring forth my servant the BRANCH. [bbe] Give ear now, O Joshua, the high priest, you and your friends who are seated before you; for these are men who are a sign: for see, I will let my servant the Branch be seen. 3:9 [hgb] 看 哪 ， 我 在 约 书 亚 面 前 所 立 的 石 头 ， 在 一 块 石 头 上 有 七 眼 。 万 军 之 耶 和 华 说 ， 我 要 亲 自 雕 刻 这 石 头 ， 并 要 在 一 日 之 间 ， 除 掉 这 地 的 罪 孽 。 [kjv] For behold the stone that I have laid before Joshua; upon one stone shall be seven eyes: behold, I will engrave the graving thereof, saith the LORD of hosts, and I will remove the iniquity of that land in one day. [bbe] For see, the stone which I have put before Joshua; on one stone are seven eyes: see, the design cut on it will be my work, says the Lord of armies, and I will take away the sin of that land in one day. 3:10 [hgb] 当 那 日 ， 你 们 各 人 要 请 邻 舍 坐 在 葡 萄 树 和 无 花 果 树 下 。 这 是 万 军 之 耶 和 华 说 的 。 [kjv] In that day, saith the LORD of hosts, shall ye call every man his neighbour under the vine and under the fig tree. [bbe] In that day, says the Lord of armies, you will be one another's guests under the vine and under the fig-tree.
Two of these gentlemen are to a certain extent old friends, having been passengers on the steamer which carried us so far from you. One of them, still young, is typical of the American character, but a respectable person and a lawyer considerably launched. Every one in this country follows a profession, but it must be admitted that the professions are more highly remunerated than chez vous. Mr. Cockerel, even while I write you, is in not undisputed, but temporarily triumphant, possession of my child. He called for her an hour ago in a “boghey”— a strange unsafe rickety vehicle, mounted on enormous wheels, which holds two persons very near together; and I watched her from the window take her place at his side. Then he whirled her away behind two little horses with terribly thin legs; the whole equipage — and most of all her being in it — was in the most questionable taste. But she’ll return — return positively very much as she went. It’s the same when she goes down to Mr. Louis Leverett, who has no vehicle and who merely comes and sits with her in the front salon. He has lived a great deal in Europe and is very fond of the arts, and though I’m not sure I agree with him in his views of the relation of art to life and life to art, and in his interpretation of some of the great works that Aurora and I have studied together, he seems to me a sufficiently serious and intelligent young man. I don’t regard him as intrinsically dangerous, but on the other hand he offers absolutely no guarantees. I’ve no means whatever of ascertaining his pecuniary situation. There’s a vagueness on these points which is extremely embarrassing, and it never occurs to young men to offer you a reference. In Geneva I shouldn’t be at a loss; I should come to you, chère Madame, with my little inquiry, and what you shouldn’t be able to tell me wouldn’t be worth my knowing. But no one in New York can give me the smallest information about the état de fortune of Mr. Louis Leverett. It’s true that he’s a native of Boston, where most of his friends reside; I can’t, however, go to the expense of a journey to Boston simply to learn perhaps that Mr. Leverett (the young Louis) has an income of five thousand francs. As I say indeed, he doesn’t strike me as dangerous. When Aurora comes back to me after having passed an hour with him she says he has described to her his emotions on visiting the home of Shelley or discussed some of the differences between the Boston temperament and that of the Italians of the Renaissance. You’ll not enter into these rapprochements, and I can’t blame you. But you won’t betray me, chère Madame?