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It must be remembered that the second of these quotations is the voice of Marlowe and that therefore it should, in necessity, be the simpler of the two. Nevertheless, the distinction can very clearly be observed. The first piece of prose is quite definitely lyrical: it has, it cannot be denied, something of the "purple patch." We feel that the prose is too dependent upon sonorous adjectives, that it has the deliberation of work slightly affected by the author's 75determination that it shall be fine. The rhythm in it, however, is as deliberate as the rhythm of any poem in English, the picture evoked as distinct and clear-cut as though it were, in actual tact, a poem detached from all context and, finally, there is the inevitable philosophical implication to give the argument to the picture. Such passages of descriptive prose may be found again and again in the earlier novels and tales of Conrad, in Almayer's Folly, Tales of Unrest, The Nigger of the Narcissus, Typhoon, Youth, Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim,—prose piled high with sonorous and slow-moving adjectives, three adjectives to a noun, prose that sounds hike an Eastern invocation to a deity in whom, nevertheless, the suppliant does not believe. At its worst, the strain that its sonority places upon movements and objects of no importance is disastrous. For instance, in the tale called The Return, there is the following passage:—
“Leave him hanging to that tree,” cried Captain Carton; his boat’s crew giving way, and he leaping ashore. “But first into this wood, every man in his place. And boats! Out of gunshot!”
6:1 [hgb] 我 们 与 神 同 工 的 ， 也 劝 你 们 ， 不 可 徒 受 他 的 恩 典 。 [kjv] We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain. [bbe] We then, working together with God, make our request to you not to take the grace of God to no purpose.6:2 [hgb] 因 为 他 说 ， 在 悦 纳 的 时 候 ， 我 应 允 了 你 。 在 拯 救 的 日 子 ， 我 搭 救 了 你 。 看 哪 ， 现 在 正 是 悦 纳 的 时 候 ， 现 在 正 是 拯 救 的 日 子 。 [kjv] (For he saith, I have heard thee in a time accepted, and in the day of salvation have I succoured thee: behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.) [bbe] (For he says, I have given ear to you at a good time, and I have been your helper in a day of salvation: see, now is the good time; now is the day of salvation):6:3 [hgb] 我 们 凡 事 都 不 叫 人 有 妨 碍 ， 免 得 这 职 分 被 人 毁 谤 。 [kjv] Giving no offence in any thing, that the ministry be not blamed: [bbe] Giving no cause for trouble in anything, so that no one may be able to say anything against our work;6:4 [hgb] 反 倒 在 各 样 的 事 上 ， 表 明 自 己 是 神 的 用 人 ， 就 如 在 许 多 的 忍 耐 ， 患 难 ， 穷 乏 ， 困 苦 ， [kjv] But in all things approving ourselves as the ministers of God, in much patience, in afflictions, in necessities, in distresses, [bbe] But in everything making it clear that we are the servants of God, in quiet strength, in troubles, in need, in sorrow,6:5 [hgb] 鞭 打 ， 监 禁 ， 扰 乱 ， 勤 劳 ， 儆 醒 ， 不 食 ， [kjv] In stripes, in imprisonments, in tumults, in labours, in watchings, in fastings; [bbe] In blows, in prisons, in attacks, in hard work, in watchings, in going without food;6:6 [hgb] 廉 洁 ， 知 识 ， 恒 忍 ， 恩 慈 ， 圣 灵 的 感 化 ， 无 伪 的 爱 心 ， [kjv] By pureness, by knowledge, by longsuffering, by kindness, by the Holy Ghost, by love unfeigned, [bbe] In a clean heart, in knowledge, in long waiting, in being kind, in the Holy Spirit, in true love,6:7 [hgb] 真 实 的 道 理 ， 神 的 大 能 。 仁 义 的 兵 器 在 左 在 右 。 [kjv] By the word of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of righteousness on the right hand and on the left, [bbe] In the true word, in the power of God; with the arms of righteousness on the right hand and on the left,6:8 [hgb] 荣 耀 羞 辱 ， 恶 名 美 名 。 似 乎 是 诱 惑 人 的 ， 却 是 诚 实 的 。 [kjv] By honour and dishonour, by evil report and good report: as deceivers, and yet true; [bbe] By glory and by shame, by an evil name and a good name; as untrue, and still true;6:9 [hgb] 似 乎 不 为 人 所 知 ， 却 是 人 所 共 知 的 。 似 乎 要 死 却 是 活 着 的 。 似 乎 受 责 罚 ， 却 是 不 至 丧 命 的 。 [kjv] As unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and, behold, we live; as chastened, and not killed; [bbe] Unnoted, but still kept fully in mind; as near to death, but still living; as undergoing punishment, but not put to death;6:10 [hgb] 似 乎 忧 愁 ， 却 是 常 常 快 乐 的 。 似 乎 贫 穷 ， 却 是 叫 许 多 人 富 足 的 。 似 乎 一 无 所 有 ， 却 是 样 样 都 有 的 。 [kjv] As sorrowful, yet alway rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having nothing, and yet possessing all things. [bbe] As full of sorrow, but ever glad; as poor, but giving wealth to others; as having nothing, but still having all things.6:11 [hgb] 哥 林 多 人 哪 ， 我 们 向 你 们 ， 口 是 张 开 的 ， 心 是 宽 宏 的 。 [kjv] O ye Corinthians, our mouth is open unto you, our heart is enlarged. [bbe] Our mouth is open to you, O Corinthians, our heart is wide.6:12 [hgb] 你 们 狭 窄 ， 原 不 在 乎 我 们 ， 是 在 乎 自 己 的 心 肠 狭 窄 。 [kjv] Ye are not straitened in us, but ye are straitened in your own bowels. [bbe] It is not our feelings to you which are narrow, but yours to us.6:13 [hgb] 你 们 也 要 照 样 用 宽 宏 的 心 报 答 我 。 我 这 话 正 像 对 自 己 的 孩 子 说 的 。 [kjv] Now for a recompence in the same, (I speak as unto my children,) be ye also enlarged. [bbe] Now to give me back payment of the same sort (I am talking as to my children), let your hearts be wide open to me.6:14 [hgb] 你 们 和 不 信 的 原 不 相 配 ， 不 要 同 负 一 轭 。 义 和 不 义 有 什 么 相 交 呢 ？ 光 明 和 黑 暗 有 什 么 相 通 呢 ？ [kjv] Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? [bbe] Do not keep company with those who have not faith: for what is there in common between righteousness and evil, or between light and dark?6:15 [hgb] 基 督 和 彼 列 （ 彼 列 就 是 撒 但 的 别 名 ） 有 什 么 相 和 呢 ？ 信 主 的 和 不 信 主 的 有 什 么 相 干 呢 ？ [kjv] And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? [bbe] And what agreement is there between Christ and the Evil One? or what part has one who has faith with one who has not?6:16 [hgb] 神 的 殿 和 偶 像 有 什 么 相 同 呢 ？ 因 为 我 们 是 永 生 神 的 殿 。 就 如 神 曾 说 ， 我 要 在 他 们 中 间 居 住 ， 在 他 们 中 间 来 往 。 我 要 作 他 们 的 神 ， 他 们 要 作 我 的 子 民 。 [kjv] And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. [bbe] And what agreement has the house of God with images? for we are a house of the living God; even as God has said, I will be living among them, and walking with them; and I will be their God, and they will be my people.6:17 [hgb] 又 说 ， 你 们 务 要 从 他 们 中 间 出 来 ， 与 他 们 分 别 ， 不 要 沾 不 洁 净 的 物 ， 我 就 收 纳 你 们 。 [kjv] Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, [bbe] For which cause, Come out from among them, and be separate, says the Lord, and let no unclean thing come near you; and I will take you for myself,6:18 [hgb] 我 要 作 你 们 的 父 ， 你 们 要 作 我 的 儿 女 。 这 是 全 能 的 主 说 的 。 [kjv] And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty. [bbe] And will be a Father to you; and you will be my sons and daughters, says the Lord, the Ruler of all.
“I’ll make a tremendous charge; I’ll earn a lot of money in a short time, and we’ll live on it.”
2.“Dear old Mary Adeline! How magnificent of her! Enough to give me a whole year more . . . ” He pressed his wet cheek against his wife’s in a long silence. “Well, dear,” he said at length, “it’s for you to say — do we accept?”>
I sent you a post-card on the 13th and a native newspaper yesterday; I really have had no time to write. I sent you the newspaper partly because it contained a report — extremely incorrect — of some remarks I made at the meeting of the Association of the Teachers of New England; partly because it’s so curious that I thought it would interest you and the children. I cut out some portions I didn’t think it well the children should go into — the passages remaining contain the most striking features. Please point out to the children the peculiar orthography, which probably will be adopted in England by the time they are grown up; the amusing oddities of expression and the like. Some of them are intentional; you’ll have heard of the celebrated American humour — remind me, by the way, on my return to Thistleton, to give you a few of the examples of it that my own experience supplies. Certain other of the journalistic eccentricities I speak of are unconscious and are perhaps on that account the more diverting. Point out to the children the difference — in so far as you’re sure that you yourself perceive it. You must excuse me if these lines are not very legible; I’m writing them by the light of a railway lamp which rattles above my left ear; it being only at odd moments that I can find time to extend my personal researches. You’ll say this is a very odd moment indeed when I tell you I’m in bed in a sleeping-car. I occupy the upper berth (I will explain to you the arrangement when I return) while the lower forms the couch — the jolts are fearful — of an unknown female. You’ll be very anxious for my explanation, but I assure you that the circumstance I mention is the custom of the country. I myself am assured that a lady may travel in this manner all over the union (the union of States) without a loss of consideration. In case of her occupying the upper berth I presume it would be different, but I must make inquiries on this point. Whether it be the fact that a mysterious being of another sex has retired to rest behind the same curtains, or whether it be the swing of the train, which rushes through the air with very much the same movement as the tail of a kite, the situation is at the best so anomalous that I’m unable to sleep. A ventilator’s open just over my head, and a lively draught, mingled with a drizzle of cinders, pours in through this dubious advantage. (I will describe to you its mechanism on my return.) If I had occupied the lower berth I should have had a whole window to myself, and by drawing back the blind — a safe proceeding at the dead of night — I should have been able, by the light of an extraordinary brilliant moon, to see a little better what I write. The question occurs to me, however, would the lady below me in that case have ascended to the upper berth? (You know my old taste for hypothetic questions.) I incline to think (from what I have seen) that she would simply have requested me to evacuate my own couch. (The ladies in this country ask for anything they want.) In this case, I suppose, I should have had an extensive view of the country, which, from what I saw of it before I turned in (while the sharer of my privacy was going to bed) offered a rather ragged expanse dotted with little white wooden houses that resembled in the moonshine large pasteboard boxes. I’ve been unable to ascertain as precisely as I should wish by whom these modest residences are occupied; for they are too small to be the homes of country gentlemen, there’s no peasantry here, and (in New England, for all the corn comes from the far West) there are no yeomen nor farmers. The information one receives in this country is apt to be rather conflicting, but I’m determined to sift the mystery to the bottom.