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Slide4: William Wordsworth (pencil drawing, 1805) by Henry Edridge.The Wordsworth of Lyrical Ballads: two portraits from 1798.: The Wordsworth of Lyrical Ballads: two portraits from 1798. 47-year-old poet , a famous portrait by Richard Carruthers, 1817.: 47-year-old poet , a famous portrait by Richard Carruthers, 1817. Wordsworth at 61 (1831), lithograph by Francis William Wilkin.: Wordsworth at 61 (1831), lithograph by Francis William Wilkin.The last painting Wordsworth sat for, at age 77 (1847), Thomas Heathfield Carrick.: The last painting Wordsworth sat for, at age 77 (1847), Thomas Heathfield Carrick. Content: Content 1. W. Wordsworth 2. Major works 3. Selected Readings 3.1 “The Daffodils” 3.2 “The Solitary Reaper” 1. W. Wordsworth: 1. W. Wordsworth poet Laureate the lake poet poet of nature Contribution：: Contribution： l Wordsworth started the modern poetry, the poetry of the growing inner self. l Wordsworth changed the course of English poetry by using ordinary speech of the language and by advocating a return to nature. Pictures of the English Lake District : Pictures of the English Lake District Birthplace Cockermouth 1770 - 1777: Birthplace Cockermouth 1770 - 1777 The Study Room Wordsworth House: The Study Room Wordsworth HouseSlide27: Dorothy Wordworth (1771-1855) Wordsworth’s sister DOVE COTTAGEGrasmere 1799 - 1808: DOVE COTTAGE Grasmere 1799 - 1808 Dove Cottage: Dove Cottage Dove Cottage Garden: Dove Cottage Garden RYDAL MOUNT (1813 - 1850 ): RYDAL MOUNT (1813 - 1850 ) The Dining Room Rydal Mount: The Dining Room Rydal MountThe Room Lived by Wordsworth: The Room Lived by WordsworthWilliam and Mary Wordsworth (1802 ): William and Mary Wordsworth (1802 ) Wordsworth Museum: Wordsworth Museum Museum_Interior: Museum_InteriorSlide37: 2.1 Lyrical Ballads ( 《抒情歌谣集》，1798): “We Are Seven” “Tintern Abbey” 2. Major works:Tintern Abbey(watercolor,1834)by J.M.Turner.: Tintern Abbey (watercolor,1834)by J.M.Turner.Slide39: 2.2 Lucy Poems (《露茜》，1799): “She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways” Slide40: 2.3 Sonnet (1802): “Westminster Bridge” “Ode on Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood” Westminster Bridge, London (engraving) by Charles Heath and P.Dewint.: Westminster Bridge, London (engraving) by Charles Heath and P.Dewint.Slide42: 2.4 Poems in Two Volume (1807): “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” “The Solitary Reaper” Slide43: 2.5 The Prelude (《序曲》，1850). 华兹华斯的手迹: 华兹华斯的手迹3. Selected Readings:: 3. Selected Readings: 3.1 “I wandered lonely as a cloud” / “The Daffodils” (《我孤独地漫游，像一朵云》 /《咏水仙》） 1804) 3.2 “The Solitary Reaper” (《孤独的割麦女》, 1805) ３.１ I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud / The Daffodils (1804) : ３.１ I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud / The Daffodils (1804) （《咏水仙》）3.1.1 Backgroud: : 3.1.1 Backgroud: written at Town-end, Grasmere Dorothy Journals,15 April 18023.1.2Metrical Pattern and Rhyme Scheme:: 3.1.2Metrical Pattern and Rhyme Scheme: This poem contains four six-lined stanza of iambic tetrametre, with a rime scheme of ababcc in each stanza. Slide49: I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Slide50: Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. Slide51: The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee: A poet could not but be gay, In such a jocund company: I gazed--and gazed--but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought: Slide52: For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils. 3.1.3 Explication:: 3.1.3 Explication: a host of: a great number of. Continuous: extending without break. as the stars: simile the Milky Way: countless stars shining like a river (银河). a crowd of golden daffodils: a crowd of golden daffodilsA host of golden daffodils beside the lake: A host of golden daffodils beside the lakeSlide56: the margin of a bay： that part of the lake extending into the land(湖堤边); margin : edge or border. Sprightly：gayly, lively, full of energy.Slide57: Out-did: excelled Jocund: cheerful, joyful. Oft: often. Couch: sofa, bed. In vacant: unoccupied with thought; in pensive mood: in meditation. Slide58: inward eye: mind bliss of solitude: happiness of solitude Slide59: philosophical and mystical thoughts : the harmonious relationship between men and nature the natural world is the great source of human happiness. 3.1.4 Commentary:Slide60: the passionate love for nature and unutterable delight in the presence of nature a simple and pure language 我孤独地漫游，像一朵云（飞白译）: 我孤独地漫游，像一朵云（飞白译） 我孤独地漫游，像一朵云 在山丘和谷地上飘荡， 忽然间我看见一群 金色的水仙花迎春开放， 在树荫下，在湖水边， 迎着微风起舞翩翩。 Slide63: 连绵不绝，如繁星灿烂， 在银河里闪闪发光， 它们沿着湖湾的边缘 延伸成无穷无尽的一行； 我一眼看见了一万朵， 在欢舞之中起伏颠簸。 Slide64: 粼粼波光也在跳着舞， 水仙的欢欣却胜过水波； 与这样快活的伴侣为伍， 诗人怎能不满心欢乐！ 我久久凝望，却想象不到 这奇景赋予我多少财宝，—— Slide65: 每当我躺在床上不眠， 或心神空茫，或默默沉思， 它们常在心灵中闪现， 那是孤独之中的福祉； 于是我的心便涨满幸福， 和水仙一同翩翩起舞。 3.1.5 For Study and Discussion: 3.1.5 For Study and Discussion Try to write an appreciation of “The Daffodils” ! Comment on Wordsworth’s views on nature!3.２ “The Solitary Reaper” : 3.２ “The Solitary Reaper” (《孤独的割麦女》,1805)3.2.1 Background: 3.2.1 Background memorial of a tour in Scotland, in 1803 an inspiration from Thomas Wilkinson’s manuscript “Tour in Scotland” 3.2.2 Meter and Rhyme : 3.2.2 Meter and Rhyme ♫ four octaves of iambic tetrameter ♫ rime-scheme : ababccddSlide70: 3.2.3 Explication a melancholy strain: a sad tune vale profound: deep valley metaphor : song / the overflowing liquid 屏息听吧！深广的谷地 已被歌声涨满而漫溢！: 屏息听吧！深广的谷地 已被歌声涨满而漫溢！Slide72: Stanza 1: An Image of a Solitary Reaper ♣ imagery（意象） visual and auditory image Slide73: The Solitary Reaper 孤独的割麦女Slide74: golden field 金色的田野Slide76: waves of grain 麦浪 她独自把麦子割了又捆， 唱出无限悲凉的歌声: 她独自把麦子割了又捆， 唱出无限悲凉的歌声Slide78: chaunt: sing shady haunt: oasis (绿洲) in the desert Hebrides: 赫布利底群岛 Hebrides (声音袅袅, 思绪远方） : Hebrides (声音袅袅, 思绪远方） Stanza 2: The Effect of Her Song（歌声之感染力 ）: Stanza 2: The Effect of Her Song（歌声之感染力 ） ♣ Comparison: the song of the nightingale the cry of the cuckoo-birdSlide81: 荒凉的沙漠里夜莺清脆的鸣啭， 这无异于一杯甘露 Slide82: oasis (绿洲)“杜宇一声划破春晓”: “杜宇一声划破春晓”Stanza 3: The Growth of the Mind （情感的波折）: Stanza 3: The Growth of the Mind （情感的波折） plaintive number: mournful song things: events humble lay: lyrical or narrative poem natural: ordinary Humble Lay: Humble LayStanza 4: Echo and Meditation : Stanza 4: Echo and Meditation lost in thinking aftersound 余音 有古诗云： “一弹再三叹，感慨有余哀”。 “清风吹歌入空去，歌曲自绕行云飞” Slide87: the simplicity and purity of his language the natural world : the great source of human happiness and fulfillment the growth of the poet’s mind and moral character memory: “from emotion recollected in tranquillity.” 'spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings' 3.2.4 CommentarySlide88: Behold her, single in the field, Yon solitary Highland Lass! Reaping and singing by herself; Stop here, or gently pass! Alone she cuts and binds the grain, And sings a melancholy strain; O listen! for the vale profound Is overflowing with the sound. THE SOLITARY REAPERSlide89: No Nightingale did ever chaunt More welcome notes to weary bands Of travellers in some shady haunt, Among Arabian sands: A voice so thrilling ne'er was heard In spring-time from the Cuckoo-bird, Breaking the silence of the seas Among the farthest Hebrides. Slide90: Will no one tell me what she sings? Perhaps the plaintive numbers flow For old, unhappy, far-off things, And battles long ago: Or is it some more humble lay, Familiar matter of to-day? Some natural sorrow, loss, or pain, That has been, and may be again? Slide91: Whate'er the theme, the Maiden sang As if her song could have no ending; I saw her singing at her work, And o'er the sickle bending; I listened, motionless and still; And, as I mounted up the hill The music in my heart I bore, Long after it was heard no more. Slide92: 孤独的割麦女 （飞白译）Slide93: 看，一个孤独的高原姑娘 在远远的田野间收割， 一边割一边独自歌唱， 请你站住或者悄悄走过！ 她独自把麦子割了又捆， 唱出无限悲凉的歌声， 屏息听吧！深广的谷地 已被歌声涨满而漫溢！ Slide94: 还从未有过夜莺百啭， 唱出过如此迷人的歌， 在沙漠中的绿荫间 抚慰过疲惫的旅客； 还从未有过杜鹃迎春， 声声啼得如此震动灵魂， 在遥远的赫布利底群岛 打破过大海的寂寥。 Slide95: 她唱什么，谁能告诉我？ 忧伤的音符不断流涌， 是把遥远的不聿诉说？ 是把古代的战争吟咏？ 也许她的歌比较卑谦， 只是唱今日平凡的悲欢， 只是唱自然的哀伤苦痛—— 昨天经受过，明天又将重逢？ Slide96: 姑娘唱什么，我猜不着， 她的歌如流水永无尽头； 只见她一面唱一面干活， 弯腰挥镰，操劳不休…… 我凝神不动，听她歌唱， 然后，当我登上了山岗， 尽管歌声早已不能听到， 它却仍在我心头缭绕。 3.2.5. For Study and Discussion: 3.2.5. For Study and Discussion Comment on artistic value of “The Solitary Reaper”! Thanks: Thanks You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.