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那些让我魂牵梦系的精彩篇章:呼啸山庄 [Wuthe Heights] 电子书下载

本书作者:[英国] 艾米莉·勃朗特(Bronte.E.) 著;李俏云
电子书格式:PDF
图书页码:348
出版社:电子工业出版社
出版时间:2011-09-01
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ISBN:9787121139017
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TAGS: [英国]艾米莉·勃朗特(Bronte.E 精彩 山庄 篇章 让我 魂牵梦系
那些让我魂牵梦系的精彩篇章:呼啸山庄  [Wuthe Heights] 电子书下载


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18世纪末,在遥远的约克郡地区,吉卜赛弃儿希刺克厉夫被呼啸山庄的老主人恩萧收养,他与恩萧的女儿凯瑟琳青梅竹马,彼此产生了真挚的爱情,然而凯瑟琳却嫁给了富有的林惇。因不堪凌辱,希刺克厉夫愤然出走。若干年后,他带着财富和一颗报复的心回到呼啸山庄,不安宁和痛苦开始不断侵袭山庄……

目录

Chapter 1Visit Wuthering Heights In Night
第一章 夜访呼啸山庄

Chapter 2 Mrs Dean
第二章 丁耐莉太太

Chapter 3 Catherine's secret
第三章 凯瑟琳的秘密

Chapter 4 Devil Is Coming Back
第四章 魔鬼现身

Chapter 5 To Talk With You
第五章 互诉衷肠

Chapter 6 The Girl Is Growing Up
第六章 少女初长成

Chapter 7 Phenom Expess Love
第七章 飞鸿传情

Chapter 8 Hedgehog Fall In Love With Rose
第八章 刺猬爱上玫瑰

Chapter 9 House Arrest
第九章 软禁

Chapter 10 This Story Is Endless
第十章 未结束的故事

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Two benches, shaped in sections of a circle, nearlyenclosed the hearth; on one of these I stretched myself,and Grimalkin mounted the other. We were both of usnodding, ere anyone invaded our retreat0, and then it wasJoseph, shuffling down a wooden ladder that vanished in theroof, through a trap: the ascent to his garret, I suppose. Hecast a sinister look at the little flame which I had enticed toplay between the ribs, swept the cat from its elevation, andbestowing himselfin the vacancy, commenced the operationofstuffing a three-inch pipe with tobacco. My presence in hissanctum was evidently esteemed a piece ofimpudence tooshameful for remark: he silently applied the tube to his lips,folded his arms, and puffed away. I let him enjoy the luxuryunannoyed; and after sucking out his last wreath, and heavinga profound sigh, he got up, and departed as solemnly as hecame.
A more elasticCa footstep entered next; and now I openedmy mouth for a \"good morning\" , but closed it again, thesalutation unachieved; for Hareton Earnshaw was performinghis orisons sotto voce, in a series of curses directed againstevery object he touched, while he rummaged a corner for aspade or shovel to dig through the drifts. He glanced over theback ofthe bench, dilating his nostrils, and thought as little ofexchanging civilities with me as with my companion the cat.
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