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30歲前必讀的30本書 經典好書推薦排行榜

作者:  cpagd   2021-04-13 15:20 [ 查查吧 ]:www.aocubo3.com


  1.Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse – A powerful story about the importance of life experiences as they relate to approaching an understanding of reality and attaining enlightenment.

  《悉達多》(Hermann Hesse)——這是一個非常震撼的故事。它思考了人生經驗的重要性,特別是那些能讓人提出對現實的新的理解并從中得到教化的經驗。

  2.1984 by George Orwell – 1984 still holds chief significance nearly 60 years after it was written in 1949. It is widely acclaimed for its haunting vision of an all-knowing government which uses pervasive, 24/7 surveillance tactics to manipulate all citizens of the populace.

  《1984》(George Orwell)——這本書完成于1949年。在此后的近60年里,該書仍非常有意義。書中對無所不知的政府形象的描寫給人印象深刻并被廣泛贊譽,它用無處不在的全天候監控手段操縱民眾。

30歲前必讀的30本書 經典好書推薦排行榜(圖片來源:攝圖網)

30歲前必讀的30本書 經典好書推薦排行榜(圖片來源:攝圖網)

  3.To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee – The story surveys the controversial issues of race and economic class in the 1930’s Deep South via a court case of a black man charged with the rape and abuse of a young white girl. It’s a moving tale that delivers a profound message about fighting for justice and against prejudice.

  《殺死一只知更鳥》(Harper Lee)——本書通過一名黑人控告年輕白人女孩對其強奸虐待的案件,探討了在1930年關于美國南部腹地的種族和經濟階層的頗有爭議的問題。故事很感人,而且它提出了對爭取正義、反對偏見的深遠的思考。

  4.A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess – A nightmarish vision of insane youth culture that depicts heart wrenching insight into the life of a disturbed adolescent. This novel will blow you away… leaving you breathless, livid, thrilled, and concerned.

  《發條橙》(Anthony Burgess)——通過一個問題少年的心理轉變折射出青年文化的瘋狂和可怕。這部小說令人折服,它會讓你屏息凝神、憤怒、激動和擔心。

  5.For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway – A short, powerful contemplation on death, ideology and the incredible brutality of war.

  《喪鐘為誰而鳴》(Ernest Hemingway)——這是一個簡短而令人震撼的對死亡、意識和戰爭中驚人的暴行的沉思。

  6.War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy – This mast-erpiece is so enormous even Tolstoy said it couldn’t be described as a standard novel. The storyline takes place in Russian society during the Napoleonic Era, following the characters of Andrei, Pierre and Natasha… and the tragic and unanticipated way in which their lives interconnect.

  《戰爭與和平》(Leo Tolstoy)——甚至托爾斯泰自己也說不能將這部氣勢磅礴的作品當作普通小說來介紹。故事發生在拿破侖時代的俄羅斯,主人翁是安德烈、皮埃爾和娜塔莎,命運將他們意外而不幸地聯系在了一起。

  7.The Rights of Man by Tom Paine – Written during the era of the French Revolution, this book was one of the first to introduce the concept of human rights from the standpoint of democracy.

  《人權論》(Tom Paine)——本書寫于法國大革命時期。它是第一本從民主立場提出人權概念的書。

  8.The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau – A famous quote from the book states that “Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains.” This accurately summarizes the book’s prime position on the importance of individual human rights within society.

  《社會契約論》(Jean-Jacques Rousseau)——書中的一句名言是:“人生而自由,卻處處身陷枷鎖”。此句準確地概括了作者在書中表達的對個人人權重要性的態度。




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