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作       者:[英]爱德华·威廉·兰讷等

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欧洲最早的长篇现实主义小说之一,是国际声望最高、影响*的西班牙文学巨著。描绘了16世纪末、17世纪初,西班牙社会广阔的生活画面,揭露了封建统治的黑暗和腐朽,具有鲜明的人文主义倾向,表现了强烈的人道主义精神。作品出版后,上至宫廷,下至市井,到处传诵。如今已用100多种文字译成数百种译本。 《切利尼自传》   被誉为西方*秀的纪实文学作品,真实呈现了文艺复兴时期意大利的生活。文艺复兴时期的意大利产生出一大批著名的文学家和艺术家,但切利尼是其中惟一留下自传的人。他的描述涉及众多历史人物和当时生活的方方面面,反映了当时意大利的全景,因而又具有重要的史料价值。   歌德将这部历史与文学的杰作翻译成德文本,他盛赞说:“我这个人的忧虑之中看到的整个世纪,要比最清晰的历史记载还要真实。” 《奥德赛》   古希腊最著名的两部史诗之一,现存最古老的西方文学作品之一,西方文学的奠基之作。由古希腊盲诗人荷马整理而成,与《伊尼亚特》合称为“荷马史诗”。   “荷马史诗”是古希腊文学辉煌的代表,是欧洲叙事诗的典范,堪称人类童年社会的“百科全书”,在世界文学史上有着无可取代的地位。马克思称其具有“永久的魅力”,是“一种规范和高不可及的范本”。但丁、莎士比亚、歌德、托尔斯泰等享誉世界的文学家都从中汲取过丰富的文学养分。 《爱德华二世》 歌颂了英国国王爱德华二世的伟大事迹,这部剧作革新了中世纪戏剧的创作风格。 莎士比亚的《哈姆莱特》《李尔王》《麦克白》《暴风雨》。 莎士比亚*代表性的悲剧作品,戏剧的*之作。 《一千零一夜》是阿拉伯民间故事集,又名天方夜谭。在古阿拉伯的海岛上,有一个萨桑王国,国王山鲁亚尔生性残暴嫉妒,因王后行为不端,将其杀死,此后每日娶一少女,翌日晨即杀掉,以示报复。宰相的女儿山鲁佐德为拯救无辜的女子,自愿嫁给国王,用讲述故事方法吸引国王,每夜讲到最精彩处,天刚好亮了,使国王爱不忍杀,允她下一夜继续讲。她的故事一直讲了一千零一夜,国王终于被感动了。
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百年哈佛经典16

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INTRODUCTORY NOTE

INTRODUCTION

[Nights 1—3]

THE STORY OF THE MERCHANT AND THE JINNI

THE STORY OF THE FIRST SHEYKH AND THE GAZELLE

THE STORY OF THE SECOND SHEYKH AND THE TWO BLACK HOUNDS

THE STORY OF THE THIRD SHEYKH AND THE MULE

[Nights 3—9]

THE STORY OF THE FISHERMAN

THE STORY OF KING YUNAN AND THE SAGE DUBAN

THE STORY OF THE HUSBAND AND THE PARROT

THE STORY OF THE ENVIOUS WEZIR AND THE PRINCE AND THE GHULEH

THE STORY OF THE YOUNG KING OF THE BLACK ISLANDS

[Nights 9—18]

THE STORY OF THE PORTER AND THE LADIES OF BAGHDAD,AND OF THE THREE ROYAL MENDICANTS,ETC.

THE STORY OF THE FIRST ROYAL MENDICANT

THE STORY OF THE SECOND ROYAL MENDICANT

THE STORY OF THE ENVIER AND THE ENVIED

THE STORY OF THE THIRD ROYAL MENDICANT

THE STORY OF THE FIRST OF THE THREE LADIES OF BAGHDAD

THE STORY OF THE SECOND OF THE THREE LADIES OF BAGHDAD

[Nights 24—32]

THE STORY OF THE HUMPBACK

THE STORY TOLD BY THE CHRISTIAN BROKER

THE STORY TOLD BY THE SULTAN’S STEWARD

THE STORY TOLD BY THE JEWISH PHYSICIAN

THE STORY TOLD BY THE TAILOR

THE BARBER’S STORY OF HIMSELF

THE BARBER’S STORY HIS FIRST BROTHER

THE BARBER’S STORY OF HIS SECOND BROTHER

THE BARBER’S STORY OF HIS THIRD BROTHER

THE BARBER’S STORY OF HIS FOURTH BROTHER

THE BARBER’S FIFTH BROTHER

THE BARBER'S STORY OF HIS SIXTH BROTHER

[Nights 32—36]

THE STORY OF NUR-ED-DIN AND ENIS-EL-JELIS

[Nights 537—566]

THE STORY OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA AND-ES-SINDIBAD OF THE LAND

THE FIRST VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

THE SECOND VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

THE THIRD VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

THE FOURTH VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

THE FIFTH VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

THE SIXTH VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

THE SEVENTH VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA

[Nights 566—578]

THE STORY OF THE CITY OF BRASS

[Nights 738—756]

THE STORY OF JULLANAR OF THE SEA

APPENDIX

THE STORY OF ‘ALA-ED-DIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP

THE STORY OF ‘ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES

百年哈佛经典17

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ÆSOP’S FABLES

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

THE COCK AND THE PEARL

THE WOLF AND THE LAMB

THE DOG AND THE SHADOW

THE LION'S SHARE

THE WOLF AND THE CRANE

THE MAN AND THE SERPENT

THE TOWN MOUSE AND THE COUNTRY MOUSE

THE FOX AND THE CROW

THE SICK LION

THE ASS AND THE LAPDOG

THE LION AND THE MOUSE

THE SWALLOW AND THE OTHER BIRDS

THE FROGS DESIRING A KING

THE MOUNTAINS IN LABOUR

THE HARES AND THE FROGS

THE WOLF AND THE KID

THE WOODMAN AND THE SERPENT

THE BALD MAN AND THE FLY

THE FOX AND THE STORK

THE FOX AND THE MASK

THE JAY AND THE PEACOCK

THE FROG AND THE OX

ANDROCLES

THE BAT,THE BIRDS,AND THE BEASTS

THE HART AND THE HUNTER

THE SERPENT AND THE FILE

THE MAN AND THE WOOD

THE DOG AND THE WOLF

THE BELLY AND THE MEMBERS

THE HART IN THE OX-STALL

THE FOX AND THE GRAPES

THE HORSE, HUNTER, AND STAG

THE PEACOCK AND JUNO

THE FOX AND THE LION

THE LION AND THE STATUE

THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER

THE TREE AND THE REED

THE FOX AND THE CAT

THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING

THE DOG IN THE MANGER

THE MAN AND THE WOODER GOD

THE FISHER

THE SHEPHERD'S BOY

THE YOUNG THIEF AND HIS MOTHER

THE MAN AND HIS TWO WIVES

THE NURSE AND THE WOLF

THE TORTOISE AND THE BIRDS

THE TWO CRABS

THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN

THE TWO FELLOWS AND THE BEAR

THE TWO POTS

THE FOUR OXEN AND THE LION

THE FISHER AND THE LITTLE FISH

AVARICIOUS AND ENVIOUS

THE CROW AND THE PITCHER

THE MAN AND THE SATYR

THE GOOSE WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS

THE LABOURER AND THE NIGHTINGALE

THE FOX, THE COCK, AND THE DOG

THE WIND AND THE SUN

HERCULES AND THE WAGGONER

THE MAN,THE BOY,AND THE DONKEY

THE MISER AND HIS GOLD

THE FOX AND THE MOSQUITOES

THE FOX WITHOUT A TAIL

THE ONE-EYED DOE

BELLING THE CAT

THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE

THE OLD MAN AND DEATH

THE HARE WITH MANG FRIENDS

THE LION IN LOVE

THE BUNDLE OF STICKS

THE LION,THE FOX,AND THE BEASTS

THE ASS'S BRAINS

THE EAGLE AND THE ARROW

THE MILKMAID AND HER PAIL

THE CAT-MAIDEN

THE HORSE AND THE ASS

THE TRUMPETER TAKEN PRISONER

THE BUFFOON AND THE COUNTRYMAN

THE OLD WOMAN AND THE WINE-JAR

THE FOX AND THE GOAT

GRIMM’S TALES

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

THE FROG-KING,OR IRON HENRY

OUR LADY'S CHILD

THE WOLF AND THE SEVEN LITTLE KIDS

FAITHFUL JOHN

THE PACK OF RAGAMUFFINS

RAPUNZEL注1

THE THREE LITTLE MEN IN THE WOOD

THE THREE SPINNERS

HÄSEL AND GRETHEL

THE FISHERMAN AND HIS WIFE注4

THE VALIANT LITTLE TAILOR

CINDERELLA

MOTHER HOLLE

THE SEVEN RAVENS

LITTLE RED-CAP注7

THE BREMEN TOWN-MUSICIANS

THE GIRL WITHOUT HANDS

CLEVER ELSIE

THUMBLING

THUMBLING AS JOURNEYMAN

THE SIX SWANS

LITTLE BRIAR-ROSE

FUNDEVOGEL注8

KING THRUSHBEARD

LITTLE SNOW-WHITE

RUMPELSTILTSKIN

THE THREE FEATHERS

THE GOLDEN GOOSE

ALLERLEIRAUH

THE WOLF AND THE FOX

HANS IN LUCK

THE GOOSE-GIRL

THE PEASANT'S WISE DAUGHTER

THE SPIRIT IN THE BOTTLE

BEARSKIN

THE WILLOW-WREN AND THE BEAR

WISE FOLKS

THE SHROUD

THE TWO KINGS' CHILDREN

THE SEVEN SWABIANS

ONE-EYE, TWO-EYES, AND THREE-EYES

SNOW-WHITE AND ROSE-RED

ANDERSEN'S TALES

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

THE UGLY DUCKLING

THE SWINEHERD

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES

THE LITTLE SES-MAID

THE EIFIN MOUND

THE WILD SWANS

THE GARDEN OF PARADISE

THE CONSTANT TIN SOLDIER

THE DAISY

THE NIGHTINGALE

THE STORKS

THE DARNING-NEEDLE

THE SHADOW

THE RED SHOES

LITTLE LDA'S FLOWERS

THE ANGEL

THE FLYING TRUNK

THE TINDER-BOX

THE BUCKWHEAT

THE BELL

百年哈佛经典18

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ALL FOR LOVE; OR, THE WORLD WELL LOST

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

DEDICATION

PREFACE

PROLOGUE

ALL FOR LOVE OR THE WORLD WELL LOST

EPILOGUE

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

A PORTRAIT

PROLOGUE

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL

EPILOGUE

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

PROLOGUE

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER OR THE MISTAKES OF A NIGHT

THE CENCI

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

DEDICATION

PREFACE

THE CENCI

A BLOT IN THE ’SCUTCHEON

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

A BLOT IN THE 'SCUTCHEON A TRAGEDY

MANFRED

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

MANFRED

百年哈佛经典19

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THE TRAGEDY OF FAUST

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

DEDICATION

PROLOGUE FOR THE THEATRE

PROLOGUE IN HEAVER

THE TRAGETY OF FAUST

THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF DR. FAUSTUS

EGMONT A TRAGEDY IN FIVE ACTS

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

EGMONT

HERMANN AND DOROTHEA

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

CALLIOPE

TERPSICHORE

THALIA

EUTERPE

POLYHYMNIA

CLIO

ERATO

MELPOMENE

URANIA

百年哈佛经典20

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THE DIVINE COMEDY— INFERNO[HELL]:

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

CANTO I

CANTO II

CANTO III

CANTO IV

CANTO V

CANTO VI

CANTO VII

CANTO VIII

CANTO IX

CANTO X

CANTO XI

CANTO XII

CANTO XIII

CANTO XIV

CANTO XV

CANTO XVI

CANTO XVII

CANTO XVIII

CANTO XIX

CANTO XX

CANTO XXI

CANTO XXII

CANTO XXIII

CANTO XXIV

CANTO XXV

CANTO XXVI

CANTO XXVII

CANTO XXVIII

CANTO XXIX

CANTO XXX

CANTO XXXI

CANTO XXXII

CANTO XXXIII

CANTO XXXIV

PURGATORY

CANTO I

CANTO II

CANTO III

CANTO IV

CANTO V

CANTO VI

CANTO VII

CANTO VIII

CANTO IX

CANTO X

CANTO XI

CANTO XII

CANTO XIII

CANTO XIV

CANTO XV

CANTO XVI

CANTO XVII

CANTO XVIII

CANTO XIX

CANTO XX

CANTO XXI

CANTO XXII

CANTO XXIII

CANTO XXIV

CANTO XXV

CANTO XXVI

CANTO XXVII

CANTO XXVIII

CANTO XXIX

CANTO XXX

CANTO XXXI

CANTO XXXII

CANTO XXXIII

PARADISE

CANTO I

CANTO II

CANTO III

CANTO IV

CANTO V

CANTO VI

CANTO VII

CANTO VIII

CANTO IX

CANTO X

CANTO XI

CANTO XII

CANTO XIII

CANTO XIV

CANTO XV

CANTO XVI

CANTO XVII

CANTO XVIII

CANTO XIX

CANTO XX

CANTO XXI

CANTO XXII

CANTO XXIII

CANTO XXIV

CANTO XXV

CANTO XXVI

CANTO XXVII

CANTO XXVIII

CANTO XXIX

CANTO XXX

CANTO XXXI

CANTO XXXII

CANTO XXXIII

GLOSSARY

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