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2012-12-20 16:39:15  来源: 2019博彩白菜大全 

  远处有着白色屋顶的教堂传来爱情的钟响,黑夜的女神——月光将绚烂的新衣为大地着上,绿色的郊野飘散迷人的夏日花香,还有那蔚蓝的海波,静谧的森林,亲切的花圃,荡漾着甜美的鼻息。一切悄然入睡。大地的精灵们却乘着花朵做的小舟飘上岸来。屋中消沉的火星,微微尚在闪耀,跳跃着的每个精灵,像花枝上的小鸟,一齐轻轻地舞蹈。啊,好梦正要开始,充满爱的夏夜拉开帷幕……

  朴实而可爱的雅典托斯卡纳乡下,忒修斯公爵与的未婚妻希波吕忒婚礼正有条不紊地准备着,公爵被卷入一场反对包办婚姻的争吵:顽固的老伊吉斯将女儿赫米娅许配给狄米特律斯,但她爱的是拉山德并不顾一切地要嫁给他,以至于决定与情人私奔。爱着狄米特律斯的海丽娜将这个计划告诉了他以求换回爱怜。当天晚上,这对情人与狄米特律斯、海丽娜跑到了树林里。此时的树林里有一帮业余演员,他们是附近村子里的工人,正在找一块地方排练在公爵的婚礼上表演的节目。不过即使是他们的导演——织布工波顿,也是非常笨拙的一个人,表现滑稽。但是不管对情人们或者对演员们来说,他们都不知道他们在黑暗的丛林中接近了精灵的秘密家园。美丽的仙后与英俊的仙王正在为各自的任性争吵。精灵们寻觅到一种产生爱慕的花草,蒙蔽情人们的眼睛,于是这个热闹而美丽的夏夜开始歌唱。

  勇敢而可爱的赫米亚,为了坚贞的爱情化身成热烈的百合,“既然真心的恋人们永远要受磨折似乎已是一条命运的定律,那么让我们练习着忍耐吧;因为这种磨折,正和忆念、幻梦、叹息、希望和哭泣一样,都是可怜的爱情缺不了的随从者。Www.330011.coM” 凭着丘比特的金镞的箭,凭着维纳斯的鸽子的纯洁,凭着那结合灵魂、祜佑爱情的神力,她抛开了世俗的束缚,要为爱情歌唱!

  她让我看到爱情的坚贞与爱情的勇气,她用泪水浇灌脸上的蔷薇,“啊,我的爱人身上,存在着一种多么神奇的力量,竟能把天堂变成一座地狱!”爱是热烈,是忠贞,是歌咏,是一心一意地去追随去寻找,让我们热爱她那么明亮的眼眸,让我们疼惜她那奋进全力的奔跑,让我们祝福她那永不停止的爱情。

  另一个女孩,美丽悲伤的海丽娜,你让我疼惜,擦干你腮旁晶莹的泪,阿波罗就要开始歌唱,你的王子绝不会像达芙妮一样缥缈。“爱情是不用眼睛而用心灵看着的,因此生着翅膀的丘比特常被描成盲目;而且爱情的判断全然没有理性,光有翅膀,不生眼睛,一味表示出卤莽的急躁,因此爱神便据说是一个孩儿,因为在选择方面他常会弄错。”所以,请原谅他的一时迟到,精灵们正指引着他到你的身旁。“一切卑劣的弱点,在恋爱中都成为无足重轻,而变成美满和庄严。”爱是盲目,爱是顺从,爱是不离不弃,尽管痛苦。请一直继续启明星的方向对爱信仰,这一日好梦成真,你将终会看到。

  请别去在意仙王仙后的一时争吵,因为这也是他们爱意的相告。等到黎明破晓,这两个俏皮的人儿会重归于好,即使曾经吵闹,或是嫉妒骄傲,爱都能宽容能谅解,爱本是无所不能的世界。拉山德与狄米特律斯,两个幸运的少年,让夏夜女神祝福你们的幸运,还有波顿,今夜可有好梦?宽容且大肚的公爵,可要千万记得祝福年轻人的爱情,狡黠的珀克,可不要再油腔滑调。

  这是莎翁为数不多的喜剧,热闹又美好,或许被那爱的全释深深感动,也不要忘了与民同乐的会心一笑。虽然是“于皇公贵族所消遣的戏剧”,却也让人们看到无所不在的爱的世界——无垠无边,要感谢莎士比亚给它如此美丽的结局,让我们知道,爱会永无止境,爱会坚贞顽强,爱会苦尽甘来,爱会永恒——因为爱是你。



仲夏夜之梦英文读后感左右

  仲夏夜之梦英文读后感2000字左右

  A Midsummer Night's Dream (仲夏夜之梦) is a romantic comedy by William Shakespeare written sometime in the 1590s. It portrays the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of amateur actors in a moonlit forest, and their interactions with the fairies who inhabit it and Duke of the Athenians. The play is one of Shakespeare's most popular and is widely performed across the world.

  The play features three interlocking plots, connected by a celebration of the wedding of Duke Theseus of Athens and the Amazonian queen Hippolyta.

  In the opening scene, Hermia refuses to comply with her father Egeus's wish for her to marry his chosen man, Demetrius. In response, Egeus quotes before Theseus an ancient Athenian law whereby a daughter must marry the suitor chosen by her father, or else face death or lifelong chastity worshipping Diana as a nun. The word in this sense is an anachronism. Hermia and her lover Lysander therefore decide to elope by escaping through the forest at night. Hermia informs her best friend Helena, but Helena has recently been rejected by Demetrius and decides to win back his favor by revealing the plan to him. Demetrius, followed doggedly by Helena, chases Hermia, who, in turn, chases Lysander, from whom she becomes separated.

  Meanwhile, Oberon, king of the fairies, and his queen, Titania, arrive in the same forest to attend Theseus and Hippolyta's wedding. Oberon and Titania are estranged because Titania refuses to give her Indian page-boy to Oberon for use as his "knight" or "henchman," since the child's mother was one of Titania's worshippers. Oberon seeks to punish Titania's disobedience and recruits the mischievous Puck (also called Hobgoblin and Robin Goodfellow) to help him apply a magical juice from a flower called "love-in-idleness," which makes the victim fall in love with the first living thing he sees when he awakens. Oberon applies the juice to Titania in order to distract her and force her to give up the page-boy.

  Having seen Demetrius act cruelly toward Helena, Oberon orders Puck to spread some of the juice on the eyelids of the young Athenian man. Instead, Puck puts the juice on the eyes of Lysander, who then falls in love with Helena. When Oberon finds this out, he makes Puck apply the juice to Demetrius. Due to Puck's errors, Hermia's two lovers temporarily turn against her in favor of Helena. Helena, however, is convinced that her two suitors are mocking her, as neither loved her originally. The four pursue and quarrel with each other all night, losing themselves in the dark and in the maze of their romantic entanglements.

  Meanwhile, a band of "rude mechanicals" (lower-class labourers) have arranged to perform a crude play about Pyramus and Thisbe for Theseus' wedding, and venture into the forest, near Titania's bower, for their rehearsal. Nick Bottom, a stage-struck weaver, is spotted by Puck, who transforms his head into that of an ass (donkey). Titania is awoken by Bottom's singing, and she immediately falls in love with him. She treats him as if he is a nobleman and lavishes attention upon him. While in this state of devotion, she encounters Oberon and casually gives him the Indian boy.

  Having achieved his goals, Oberon releases Titania and orders Puck to remove the ass's head from Bottom. The magical enchantment is removed from Lysander but is allowed to remain on Demetrius, so that he may reciprocate Helena's love. The fairies then disappear, and Theseus and Hippolyta arrive on the scene, during an early morning hunt. They wake the lovers and, since Demetrius doesn't love Hermia anymore, Theseus over-rules Egeus's demands and arranges a group wedding. The lovers decide that the night's events must have been a dream. After they all exit, Bottom awakes, and he too decides that he must have experienced a dream "past the wit of man."

  In Athens, Theseus, Hippolyta and the lovers watch the mechanicals perform "Pyramus and Thisbe." It is ridiculous and badly performed but gives everyone pleasure regardless, and after the mechanicals dance a Bergomask (rustic dance), everyone retires to bed. Finally, as night falls, Oberon and Titania bless the house, its occupants, and the future children of the newlyweds, and Puck delivers an epilogue to the audience asking for applause.


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