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假如给我三天光明(英文版)/英文全本典藏

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  • ISBN:9787567783768
  • 开 本:32开 平装
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  • 出版社:吉林大学
  • 页数:245页
  • 作者:(美)海伦·凯勒
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  • 2017-01-01 第1版
  • 2017-01-01 第1次印刷
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    图文美绘,双语典藏!
    方若君权威译本唯美呈现!
    原汁原味的著作阅读不再遥不可及!
    马克·吐温、查理·卓别林等名家曾经都反复拜读,以及众多明星、企业家感动推荐的励志楷模!
    这本海伦·凯勒著的《假如给我三天光明》由微博当红漫画家少年吴大精心绘制。
    一个独特的生命个体以其勇敢的方式震撼了世界。

内容提要

    《假如给我三天光明》是海伦·凯勒的自传作品。马克·吐温曾说:“十九世纪有两个奇人,一个是拿破仑,一个是海伦凯勒。”一生只拥有19个月光明和声音的海伦凯勒,两岁以后就看不见、听不见,也无法说话,直到苏利文老师到来的那一天,才改变了她的世界。此后她用双手代替失去的听觉,学习了语言和文字;她坚持使用嘴唇和声音“说话”,四处旅行演讲;她以纯美的心灵作为黑暗世界的光源能量。

目录

The Story of My Life
  Chapter 1
  Chapter 2
  Chapter 3
  Chapter 4
  Chapter 5
  Chapter 6
  Chapter 7
  Chapter 8
  Chapter 9
  Chapter 10
  Chapter 11
  Chapter 12
  Chapter 13
  Chapter 14
  Chapter 15
  Chapter 16
  Chapter 17
  Chapter 18
  Chapter 19
  Chapter 20
  Chapter 21
  Chapter 22
  Chapter 23
Three Days to See The Letters
  To Mr. Michael Anagnos
  To Mr. Morrison Heady
  To Mr. Michael Anagnos
  To Miss Mary C. Moore
  To Mrs. Kate Adams Keller
  To Mr. Morrison Heady
  To Mrs. Sophia C. Hopkins
  To Miss Della Bennett
  To Dr. Edward Everett Hale
  To Miss Fannie S. Marrett
  To Miss Mary E. Riley
  To Miss Anne Mansfield Sullivan
  To Miss Mildred Keller
  To Mr. William Wade
  To Mrs. Kate Adams Keller
  To Mrs. Kate Adams Keller
  To Dr. Edward Everett Hale
  To Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
  To Miss Sarah Fuller
  To Rev. Phillips Brooks
  To Messrs. Bradstreet
  To Mrs. Kate Adams Keller
  To John Greenleaf Whittier
  To Mr. George R. Krehl
  To Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
  To Sir John Everett Millais
  To Rev. Phillips Brooks
  To Mr. John H. Holmes
  To Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
  To Rev. Phillips Brooks
  To Mr. Albert H. Munsell
  To St. Nicholas
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mr. John P. Spaulding
  To Mr. Edward H. Clement
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mrs. Grover Cleveland
  To Mr. John Hitz
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mrs. Kate Adams Keller
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mrs. Charles E. Inches
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Dr. Edward Everatt Hale
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mrs. Kate Adams Keller
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mrs. William Thaw
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mrs. George H. Bradford
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mr. John Hitz
  To Charles Dudley Warner
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mrs. William Thaw
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mr. John Hitz
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Charles Dudley Warner
  To Miss Caroline Derby
  To Mrs. William Thaw
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mr. William Wade
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Dr. David H. Greer
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mr. William Wade
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mrs. Samuel Richard Fuller
  To Mr. John Hitz
  To Miss Mildred Keller
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mr. John Hitz
  To The chairman of the Academic Board of Radcliffe College
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mr. John Hitz
  To Mr. John D. Wright
  To Mr. William Wade
  To Mr. Charles T. Copeland
  To Mrs. Laurence Hutton
  To Mr. William Wade
  To The Great Round World
  To Miss Nina Rhoades
  To Dr. Edward Everett Hale
  To The Hon. George Frisbie Hoar

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    I took my preliminary examinations for Radcliffe from the 29th of Juneto the 3rd of July in 1897. The subjects I offered were Elementary andAdvanced German, French, Latin, English, and Greek and Roman his-tory, making nine hours in all.  I passed in everything, and received"honours"in German and English.
    Perhaps an explanation of the method that was in use when I took myexaminations will not be amiss here. The student was required to pass insixteen hours--twelve hours being called elementary and four advanced.He had to pass five hours at a time to have them counted. The examina-tion papers were given out at nine o'clock at Harvard and brought toRadcliffe by a special messenger. Each candidate was known, not by hisname, but by a number. I was No. 233, but, as I had to use a type-writer, my identity could not be concealed.
    It was thought advisable for me to have my examinations in a room bymyself, because the noise of the typewriter might disturb the other girls.Mr. Gilman read all the papers to me by means of the manual alphabet.A man was placed on guard at the door to prevent interruption.
    The first day I had German. Mr. Gilman sat beside me and read thepaper through first, then sentence by sentence, while I repeated thewords aloud, to make sure that I understood him perfectly. The paperswere difficult, and I felt very anxious as I wrote out my answers on thetypewriter. Mr. Gilman spelled to me what I had written, and I madesuch changes as I thought necessary, and he inserted them. I wish tosay here, that I have not had this advantage since in any of my examina-tions. At Radcliffe no one reads the papers to me after they are written,and I have no opportunity to correct errors unless I finish before the timeis up. In that, case I correct only such mistakes as I can recall in thefew minutes allowed, and make notes of these corrections at the end ofmy paper. If I passed with higher credit in the preliminaries than in thefinals, there are two reasons. In the finals, no one read my work over tome, and in the preliminaries I offered subjects with some of which I wasin a measure familiar before my work in the Cambridge school; for at thebeginning of the year I had passed examinations in English, History,French and German, which Mr. Gilman gave me from previous Harvardpapers.
    Mr. Gilman sent my written work to the examiners with a certificatethat I, candidate No. 233, had written the papers.
    All the other preliminary examinations were conducted in the samemanner. None of them was so difficult as the first. I remember that theday the Latin paper was brought to us, Professor Schilling came in andinformed me I had passed satisfactorily in German. This encouraged megreatly, and I sped on to the end of the ordeal with a light heart and asteady hand.
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