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龙应台优美散文 ——雨儿

我每天打一通电话,不管在世界上哪个角落。电话接通,第一句话一定是,我是你的女儿。如果是越洋长途,讲完我就等,等那六个字穿越渺渺大气层进入她的耳朵,那需要一点时间。然后她说,雨儿?我只有一个雨儿。对,那就是我。喔,雨儿你在
2017-03-16

龙应台散文精选 目送

华安上小学第一天,我和他手牵着手,穿过好几条街,到维多利亚小学。九月初,家家户户院子里的苹果和梨树都缀满了拳头大小的果子,枝丫因为负重而沉沉下垂,越出了树篱,勾到过路行人的头发。很多很多的孩子,在操场上等候上课的第一声铃
2017-03-16

丰子恺散文:​行路易

古人有“行路难”这句老话。但在今日的新中国,这句话已经失却时效。今日在中国是“行路易”的时代了。有事为证:我久不乘电车了。前几天我出门买物,到站上等电车。我看见电车将要到站,无意识地全身紧张起来,这是
2017-03-16

贾平凹的《丑石》为何美到极处?

人们对现实生活中的各种事物看法不同,自然评价不一。反映在创作上,就形成抑与扬。“抑”就是抑制、压下;“扬”就是褒奖、抬高。古人作文讲究“抑扬当相发”,就是说,文章要有“抑”有&ldqu
2017-03-16

一个华人画家在拉斯维加斯的奇遇


2015年,新加坡画家程亚杰开始他的全球巡展的下一站——充满冒险和梦幻色彩的世界赌城拉斯维加斯。“只有到了拉斯维加斯,你才会知道什么是人间天堂”,美国人常这样向世界各国旅游者炫耀。的确,这个城市亚杰已
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也许转过一个街角,你就会看到奇迹

肯尼迪·欧戴德在肯尼亚的贫民窟基贝拉长大。十六岁时,无家可归、满心绝望的他得到了一本马丁·路德·金的演讲集。受到这本书的激励,他花二十分钱买了一个足球,发起了青年组织SHOFCO,决心把希望带给基贝拉的同胞。
2017-03-16

明月几时有

◎郝铭鉴“明月几时有,把酒问青天。”这是苏东坡对月抒怀,落点并不在月亮上面。但在现实生活中,月明月暗,月缺月圆,并不是每个人都说得清的。在谈及这个问题时,人们常会提到丰子恺先生。他画了一幅《一弯新月如钩》,画
2017-03-16

母亲的含义

 Not Just a Mom
母亲的含义
  A woman named Emily renewing her driver's license at the County Clerk's office was asked by the woman recorder to state her occupation. She hesitated, uncertain how to classify hersel
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(50)

  Assef waved a dismissive hand. "Bakhshida. Forgiven. It’s done.?His voice dropped a little. "Of course, nothing is free in this world, and my pardon comes with a small price."  阿塞夫做了个解散的手势。"原谅你
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(49)

  For the next few minutes, I scoured the bazaar in vain. Maybe the old merchant’s eyes had betrayed him. Except he’d seen the blue kite. The thought of getting my hands on that kite... I poked my head beh
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(48)

 By the time I reached the marketplace, the sun had almost sunk behind the hills and dusk had painted the sky pink and purple. A few blocks away, from the Haji Yaghoub Mosque, the mullah bellowed azan, calling for the
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(47)

  I hurried back to the street. I didn’t ask Ali about Baba. I didn’t want to see him yet. In my head, I had it all planned: I’d make a grand entrance, a hero, prized trophy in my bloodied hands. Hea
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(46)

  Then I was screaming, and everything was color and sound, everything was alive and good. I was throwing my free arm around Hassan and we were hopping up and down, both of us laughing, both of us weeping. "You won, A
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(45)

  After another thirty minutes, only four kites remained. And I was still flying. It seemed I could hardly make a wrong move, as if every gust of wind blew in my favor. I’d never felt so in command, so lucky It
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(44)

  I kept stealing glances at Baba sitting with Rahim Khan on the roof, wondered what he was thinking. Was he cheering for me? Or did a part of him enjoy watching me fail? That was the thing about kite flying: Your min
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(43)

 "No monster," I said, feeling a little better, to my own surprise.   "没有鬼怪。"我低声说,出乎意料的是我竟然觉得好些了。   He smiled. "No monster."   他微笑:"没有鬼怪。"   "Are you sure?"   "你确定?"   He
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(42)

  THE STREETS GLISTENED with fresh snow and the sky was a blameless blue. Snow blanketed every rooftop and weighed on the branches of the stunted mulberry trees that lined our street. Overnight, snow had nudged its wa
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(41)

  The next morning, as he brewed black tea for breakfast, Hassan told me he’d had a dream. "We were at Ghargha Lake, you, me, Father, Agha sahib, Rahim Khan, and thousands of other people," he said. "It was warm
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(40)

  His saying that made me kind of sad. Sad for who Hassan was, where he lived. For how he’d accepted the fact that he’d grow old in that mud shack in the yard, the way his father had. I drew the last card,
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(39)

  IT SNOWED HEAVILY the night before the tournament. Hassan and I sat under the kursi and played panjpar as wind-rattled tree branches tapped on the window. Earlier that day, I’d asked Ali to set up the kursi fo
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(38)

  Usually, each neighborhood held its own competition. But that year, the tournament was going to be held in my neighborhood, Wazir Akbar Khan, and several other districts--Karteh-Char, Karteh-Parwan, Mekro-Rayan, and
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(37)

  "Really? You’d do that?"  "真的吗?你会那样做?"  He threw me a puzzled look. "Do what?"  他疑惑地看了我一眼:"做什么?"  "Eat dirt if I told you to,"I said. I knew I was being cruel, like when I’d t
2017-03-16

The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(36)

 I remember one overcast winter day, Hassan and I were running a kite. I was chasing him through neighborhoods, hopping gutters, weaving through narrow streets. I was a year older than him, but Hassan ran faster than I
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(35)

 One time, a bratty Hindi kid whose family had recently moved into the neighborhood told us that in his Hometown, kite fighting had strict rules and regulations. "You have to play in a boxed area and you have to stand
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(34)

  EVERY WINTER, districts in Kabul held a kite-fighting tournament. And if you were a boy living in Kabul, the day of the tournament was undeniably the highlight of the cold season. I never slept the night before the
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