安徒生童话: 伯公

日期:2019-10-06编辑作者:儿童读物

  伯公十三分温顺、聪明和善良,我们都很保护他。本来,就自己能想起起来的,他是祖父或叫曾外祖父。可是自从小编小弟腓德烈的大孙子诞生到大家以此家中今后,他便升格为曾祖父了。他在世时并未有能够再往上涨,他很爱怜大家大家,不过她似乎不很欣赏大家的时期。“旧时期是最棒的时日!”他合同。“那时候很安稳很保障!而方今,干什么都努力地奔波,什么事都畸形。年轻人一说话就对君王人言啧啧,就象是天子和她是平辈。街上随意什么人都能够把烂布浸上臭水,再把水拧到有地方的人的头上。”   讲那个话的时候,伯公总是脸红脖子粗的。但没过多长期,他那和蔼的一举一动又揭破来了,于是她加上几句:“嗯,是呀!可能是自家错了!作者站在旧时期,在新时期里怎么也站不稳脚根。愿上帝引导笔者!”   爷爷讲起旧时期的时候,旧时期好像又回去本身身边来了。我幻想本身坐在仆人跟从的金门岛和马祖岛车的里面,看见各样同业公会的人抬着温馨行会的牌子,吹吹打打,手持着彩旗在街上走着。作者化了妆参预庆祝圣诞节的有趣舞会,玩罚物游戏。大家了然,那些时期也可能有可怕冷酷的事,棒子、轮子上骨肉横飞。可是粗暴的事总有一种摄人心魄、让人头脑清醒的事物。笔者还感受到了比很多美好的事,想到丹麦王国贵族给予村民自由①,想到丹麦王国皇储撤销买卖奴隶②的政工。   听外公讲他年轻时候的这么些事很令人欢腾。但是那个时期此前的有的时候常才是最美好的不经常,拾壹分热热闹闹强大。   “那多少个时期非常粗鲁!”小弟腓德烈说道。“谢天谢地我们早已淡出了十分时期!”他大概了地点对曾曾外祖父说。那即便不太成标准,可是笔者要么很珍重腓德烈的。他是本身最大的四哥,他说,他满能够做自己的老爸,他是很喜欢开玩笑的。他高级中学结业的时候得分最高,他在阿爹的办英里也表现得很能干,不久就足以到场老爸的饭碗了。曾祖父最欣赏找她来聊天,可是他们再三再四争辨不休。他们三个人互不摸底,也不容许通晓,全亲属都这么说。不过尽管如此作者年纪极小,笔者照旧急速就觉获得,他们五人哪个人也离不开哪个人。   曾祖父睁大炯炯有神的肉眼听腓德烈讲或读关王宛平确上得到发展的事;关于大自然威力的新意识;关于我们时期的整个好奇的专业。   “人类变得进一步了解了,可是却并未有变得越来越好!”曾外祖父会那样说,“他们表达了最吓人的器材互相残杀。”   “那样大战结束得更加快了!”腓德烈说道。“大家不要再等七年手艺重享和平幸福③!世界太冲动了,有的时候总得放掉点血,那是必备的!”   一天腓德烈对她讲了发生在大家一代七个小城市里的真人真事。局长的钟——市政厅上边的那只大钟,为城市和市民报时。钟走得不那么准,可是全县都按它报的时专门的学问。那时高铁来到了那几个国度。轻轨是和多个国家都持续的,所以大家必需理解确切的年华,不然便会撞车。火车站有三个遵照阳光按时的钟,走得很准。但厅长却未曾,未来全城的人都坚守高铁站的钟办事。   小编笑了起来,感到那是三个很有意思的遗闻。不过曾外公不笑,他变得庄严起来。   “你刚才讲的那么些轶事包涵着累累道理!”他探讨。“笔者也领悟你对作者讲的乐趣,你的钟很有教益。听了以后,令笔者纪念了本人的爹妈的那只挂铅锤的、简朴的老波尔霍尔姆钟;它是他俩的、也是本身童年不时的沙漏。钟走得只怕不太准,不过它在走。大家望着指针,大家深信它,而不去想钟里面包车型大巴齿轮。那时的国家机器也是这么的,公众对它有安全感,相信它的指针。今后的国家机器已经成了一只玻璃钟,大家得以见到里面包车型大巴机器,看到轮子在旋转,听到它丝丝在响,公众很忧虑它的发条和齿轮!我在想,它是怎么敲响报时的,笔者遗失了时辰候一代的信心。那就是今后那一个时期的弱项。”伯公讲到这里很生气。他和腓德烈谈不到一齐。可是他们四个又分不开,“仿佛旧时期和新时期同样!”——在新兴腓德烈要出远门,要去美利坚独资国的时候,他们五人和一家子都感到到到了那或多或少。那是为了家事必得作的贰回长征,却是二遍令伯公感到优伤的辞行,本次路程又那么远,要穿越大洋到世界的另一面去。   “每十五日你就能够收取本身的一封信!”腓德烈说道,“以致比信越来越快,你会透过电报获得本身的音讯。日收缩为时,时裁减为分了!”   腓德烈在英帝国上船的时候,就经过电报传递了他的致敬,比一封信还要快,即便让飞云作邮差也不至如此快。他在美利坚联邦合众国一上岸,又打来叁个电报问候,他到花旗国只可是是吸收接纳电报前多少个钟头的事。   “这当成上帝的圣旨,恩赐了我们的一代!”伯公说道。“赐给人类的甜美!”   “这种理当如此的威力是首先在我们国家被发觉,被表露的④,腓德烈曾告知过笔者。”   “是啊,”曾外祖父说道,吻了自己刹那间。“是呀,作者曾注意过那双首头阵掘、领会这种自然力的和颜悦色眼睛。这是一双儿女气的眸子,就和你的等同!笔者还握过他的手啊。”他又吻了自家一下。   过了三个多月,腓德烈在一封信里说,他早已和一个年青美丽的女儿订了婚。他保管全家都会欣赏这一个丫头的。她的肖像也被寄来了,我们先用眼睛看,后用放大镜瞧。因为那张相片的妙处经得起用最可相信的放大镜瞧。是啊,用最准确的放大镜越看越像真人。那是其余画师、即便是旧时期最宏大的音乐家也做不到的。   “假设当年有如此的发明就好了!”曾祖父说道,“那么我们便能够面临面地看世界上那八个为人造福的赫赫了!——这些丫头的相貌多么温柔,多么玄妙啊!”他商量,透过放大镜留意地看着。“她一走进家门,笔者就认得出他来的!”   但是,那样的事差那么一点儿未有出现。幸运的是,危险出现时,大家有限都不掌握。   那对新婚夫妇欢腾、云浮地到了U.K.,他们要从那边乘汽轮来布加勒斯特。他们看来了Danmark的海岸,见到了西日德兰那天灰的沙岗。那时刮起了风的口浪的尖,他们的船在二个海底沙堆上搁了浅。海浪汹涌,将在把船击碎;什么救援船都不起成效。黑夜光降了,在一片漆黑中一枚明亮的救生箭从岸上射向搁浅的船,它把救生绳索带到船上,于是船上的人和岸上的人便拿走了联络。未有多久,这位雅观年轻,大模大样的人坐在救生篮里,经过波浪翻滚的海面被拖上岸来。她年轻的恋人没过多长时间也达到陆地,站在她的身旁,她感觉无比欢欣和幸福。船上全数的人都得救了,那时天还尚未亮。   那时候我们在亚特兰大睡得极度香甜,未有想到过难受,也尚未想过危急。当大家聚在一起喝早饭咖啡的时候,传来了没有根据的话,一份电报带来一艘United Kingdom汽轮在西海岸沉没的消息。大家心中忌惮极了。不过就在同八个光阴里那么些遇救的人也发来了电报,归途中的亲爱的腓德烈和他年轻的老婆,相当慢将在和大家济济一堂了。   大家都哭了;作者也随即哭,外祖父也哭了。他合起了双臂——作者得以肯定——他在赞颂新的一代。   那天外公为修筑汉斯·克莉丝钦·奥斯特回顾碑⑤捐了二百块银币。   腓德烈带着他的年青爱妻再次回到家里,当她听见这一个专门的学问的时候,他说道:“很对,祖父!未来本身还要给你念一念奥斯特多年在先就写过的有关旧时期和大家的临时的话!”   “他的思想和你的思想是均等的啊?”爷爷说道。“是的,你不用疑惑!”腓德烈说道。“你也在内,你为修筑他的回看碑捐了钱!”   ①腓德烈六世年轻时,因其父克莉丝钦七世患精神病他便以王储身份摄政。他于1788年发布打消农奴制。   ②腓德烈六世仍旧王储时曾于1792年3月16日布告禁绝向丹麦王国运进黑奴。   ③“大家不要再等八年技艺重享和平幸福”,系指1756—1763年大不列颠及英格兰联合王国、普鲁士和奇瓦瓦为一方,法兰西、奥地利共和国(Republik Österreich)、俄国、萨克森、瑞典王国和西班牙王国为另一方,在欧洲、美洲、印度共和国和海上的四年大战。   ④“这种不容置疑威力……被察觉被表露”,系指奥斯特于1820年从有电的圆形上开掘磁场一事。   ⑤为修筑奥斯特的回顾碑而开展的制备募捐活动进行了20年。奥斯特是安徒生的管鲍之交,也是安徒生相当重视的地艺术学家。他对安徒生相信科学有极大影响。安徒生在世时,曾主动加入建纪念碑的筹备职业。奥斯特的纪念碑(上有铜像)于1876年9月25日完成时,安徒生已去世了。

曾外祖父的传说简要介绍

一个人随和、聪明善良的曾曾祖父,喜欢给大家讲旧时代的传说,当中伯公的大儿子腓德烈老是尊崇和曾外祖父冲突,批判旧时期的百分百,他们八个正是旧时代和新时期的代表,后来腓德烈需求远涉重洋相差故乡,通过电报能够与她保持联系,通过放大镜能够知晓他爱人的外贸,曾外祖父稳步接受了新时代的所有事事物。

最近笔者要讲二个轶事!风儿说。 不成,请见谅自身,雨儿说,未来轮到笔者了! 你在街口的贰个角落里待得一度够久了,你已经拿出你最大的力气,大号大叫了一通! 那正是你对作者的谢谢呢?风儿说,为了您,小编把伞吹得翻过来;是的,当公众不愿意跟你打交道的时候,笔者居然还把它吹破呢! 作者要出口了!阳光说。大家请不要作声!这话说得口气一点都不小,由此风儿就乖乖地躺下来,可是雨儿却摇着风,同时说:难道我们终就要忍受那吗?那位阳光太太老是插进来。 大家决不听她的话!那不值得一听! 于是阳光就讲了:有四头天鹅在波路壮阔的大海上海飞机创制厂翔。它的每根羽毛像黄金同样地发亮。有一根羽毛落到一条大商船方面。那船正挂着满帆在行驶。羽毛落到四个小青少年的卷发上。他保管物品,由此大家把他叫‘物品长。幸运之鸟的羽毛触到了她的前额,变成了他手中的一杆笔,于是她尽快就成了三个有所的商贩。他得以买到金门岛和马祖岛刺,用金盘改装成为贵族的纹章。笔者在它下边照过。阳光说。 那只小天鹅在橄榄黄的草原上海飞机创设厂。那儿有一棵孤独的老树;一个八虚岁的牧羊孩子躺在它下边包车型大巴荫处苏息。天鹅飞过的时候吻了那树上的一片叶子。叶子落到那孩子的手中;这一片叶子变成了三片叶子,然后10片,然后成了一整本书。他在这本书里面读到了当然的偶发,祖国的语言、信仰和学识。在睡眠的时候,他把那本书枕在他的头下,避防忘记她到的事物。那书把她领到高校的凳子和办公桌那儿去。小编在点不清专家之中读到过她的名字!阳光说。 天鹅飞到孤寂的森林中去,在当年沉静、阴暗的湖上停下来。睡莲在此刻生长着,野苹果在那儿生长着,贺聪和斑鸠在这时建构起它们的家。 贰个贫困的女孩子在捡柴火,在捡落下的树枝。她把这么些事物背在背上,把她的孩子抱在怀里,向家里走来。她看看八只蓝绿的天鹅幸运的天鹅从长满了灯芯草的岸边飞起来。那儿有怎么样东西在发着亮呢?有二个金蛋。她把它位于怀里,它照旧是很温暖的;无疑地蛋里面还大概有生命。是的,蛋壳里发出一个打击的响动来;她听到了,并且以为这是她要好的心跳。 在他家里简陋的屋企里,她把金蛋抽出来。‘嗒!嗒!它说,好像它是二个很有价值的金表似的,不过它是多个有性命的蛋。这些蛋裂开了,一头天鹅把它的头伸出来,它的羽绒黄得像真金子。它的颈上有三个圆圈。因为那些特别的妇女有八个儿女四个留在家里,第2个他抱着一块到孤寂的山林里去她及时就知晓了,她的各个孩子将有一个圆形。当她一掌握这事的时候,那只小小的的金鸟就飞走了。 她吻了每二个圆形,同不平时候让每二个孩子吻二个圆形。她把它身处孩子的心上,戴在子女的手指上。 笔者见到了!阳光说,作者看来了跟着发出的专门的工作! 头二个儿女坐在泥坑里,手里握着一把泥。他用手指捏它,它于是就改为了获取金羊毛的雅森①的像。 ①雅森是希腊共和国(The Republic of Greece)有趣的事中的一个职员。他父亲的帝国被他的异母兄弟贝立亚斯据有。他长大了去索取那个帝国;贝立亚斯说,若是雅森能把被一条恶龙看守着的金羊的毛取来,他就能够交还王国。雅森终于把恶龙降服,取来了金羊毛。 第贰个儿女跑到草原上来,那儿开着各种差别颜色的花。他摘下一把;他把它们捏得那么紧,以致把它们中间的浆都挤出来了,射到他的肉眼里去,把非常环子打湿了,激情着她的商量和手。几年今后,京城的人都把他称为伟大的美学家。 第四个子女把那么些圈子紧紧地衔在嘴里,弄出声响他心的深处的叁个回信。观念和心理像音乐似的飞翔,然后又像天鹅似的俯冲到深沉的英里去思虑的香甜的英里去。他成了三个宏伟的画家。每一个国家现行反革命都在想,‘他是属于本身的! 至于第多少个孩子吧,咳,他是多少个无人理的人。大家说他是个疯子。由此她应该像病鸡同样,吃些胡椒和黄油!‘吃杭椒和黄油。他们那样注重地说;他也就吃了。可是本身给了他叁个太阳的吻。阳光说。他眨眼之间间获得了本身的10个吻。他有小说家的威仪,由此他一面挨了打,一方面又收获了吻。可是她从幸运的商节鹅这里获得了二个侥幸的圆形。他的思虑像一只金蝴蝶似的飞出去了那是‘不朽的表示! 这些传说太长!风儿说。 并且讨厌!雨儿说,请在自个儿身上吹几下吧,好使得作者的头脑清醒起来。 于是风儿就吹起来。阳光继续说: 幸运的天鹅在深沉的海湾上海飞机创制厂过去了。渔民在那时候下了网。他们内部有多个最穷的渔人。他想要成婚,因而他就成婚了。 天鹅带了一块琥珀给她;琥珀有魔力,把心都吸到家里去了。琥珀是最可爱的香水。它发生一股清香,好疑似从事教育工作堂里发出去的;它产生上帝的大自然的香味。他们以为真正的家庭幸福,知足于他们的质朴生活,因而他们的生活成了贰个确实的阳光的故事。 大家结束好不好?风儿说。阳光已经讲得够长了。笔者听厌了! 笔者也听厌了!雨儿说。 大家听见这几个传说的人怎么说呢? 我们说:今后它们讲完了! 那篇文章最先发表在1869年5月问世的《青年河边杂志》第三卷,随后于1869年11月又公布在丹麦的《北国诗人选集》里。那是一首诗,它以那样一段话作为点题:天鹅带了一块琥珀给他,琥珀有吸重力,把心都吸引到家里去了。他们倍感真正的家庭幸福,满足于她们的质朴生活,由此他们的生存成了多少个实在的阳光的典故。

外公的旧事

曾外祖父是一个老大使人陶醉、聪明和善良的人,所以我们都珍视曾外祖父。就本人所能回想得起的来讲,他其实是称呼“祖父”,也堪当“曾祖父”。不过当自己二弟的大孙子佛列得里克来到家里然后,他就升高到“曾曾外祖父”了。再升可就不可能!他百般欣赏大家,然则他如同不太欣赏大家所处的那些时代。

“古时是最棒的不经常!”他说。“这是二个安安稳稳的时代!今世是费劲的,一切都没上没下。年轻人在讲话中国唱片总公司主演;在她们的出口中,皇族就临近是他们的同辈似的。街上随意何人能够把烂布浸到污水里去,在二个绅士的头上拧一把水。”

伯公讲那话的时候,脸上就涨红起来。可是不需多大本事,他这种和蔼的微笑就又现出来了。接着他就说:

“哎,是的,恐怕自个儿弄错了!小编是旧时期的人,在这几个新的一代里站不稳脚。作者愿意上帝能指导小编!”

当曾外祖父提及古时候的时候,我好像认为太古就在自身的前边,笔者幻想本人坐在金门岛和马祖岛车上,旁边有穿克服的佣人伺候:作者看看种种同业公会高举着它们的招牌,在音乐和楷模飘扬中游行;作者插足圣诞节的联欢会——人们玩着“受罚”的娱乐①和化装游戏。

当然,二〇一七年也是有许多骇人据书上说和残暴的作业:火刑柱、轮上的重刑②和出血的惨事,而那类冷酷事情有时是丰富激情人和可怕的。小编也想起了无数雅观的事情:笔者想象着嗹(lián)国的贵族让老乡获得自由;小编设想着丹麦王国的皇储撤销奴隶的买卖。

听取曾祖父讲本人青少年时期和这么的事体,是丰盛喜欢的。可是在那类事情产生原先的百般时期是最棒的时代,这是贰个不胜强劲、特别巨大的时日。

“这是四个残暴的时代,”佛列得里克大哥说。“感激上帝,我们曾经偏离了老大时代!”

那话是她公开外公的面讲的。

讲那样的话是不太方便的,但是本人却分外珍惜佛列得里克。他是自家最大的一个阿哥:他说她能够做我的老爹——他欣赏讲这个滑稽的话。他是贰个大成很好的学生;他在笔者老爸的办公室里干活得也顶好,不久她就可以参与老爸的事情了。曾外祖父最欢娱和他聊天,不过他们一谈就总要争执起来。家里的人说,他们两个人相互都不明白,而且永久也不会询问。可是,就算小编的年华十分的小,小编不慢就静心到,他们两个人什么人也舍不得哪个人。

当佛列得里克提起或读到关刘震云确进步的业务,关于开掘宇宙的威力的事务,或有关大家一代的成套好奇的事情时,爷爷总是睁着一对放亮的肉眼听。

“人变得比往常更理解了,然而并不曾变得比此前更加好!”他说。“他们表达了不菲灭绝性的武器相互残杀!”

“这样就能够把战役甘休得更加快呀!”佛列得里克说。“大家不需拭目以俟三年才拿走幸福的一方平安!世界的振作振作太旺盛了,临时也须放一点血。那是必须的呀!”

有一天佛列得里克讲了二个真真的传说;这是在大家以此时代的一个小城市里爆发的。

局长的钟——市政厅上边的这么些大钟——为整体城市和城市市民告诉时间。那个钟走得并不太准,但是整个城市依然比照它办事。十分少短期那地点修了铁路,并且那条铁路还跟别的国度联到一同。因而民众必需驾驭确切的时刻,不然就能够发生撞车的风云。车站里现在有八个比照日光定期的钟,由此它走得十一分规范。所以市民今后任何遵从车站的钟来办事。

自己不由得笑起来:因为自己感到这是叁个很有趣的故事。不过曾外祖父却不笑。他变得特别严穆起来。

“你讲的那么些旧事很有道理!”他说。“笔者也知道你把它讲给笔者听的盘算。你的那一个钟里面有多个教训。那使笔者纪念了其余一件一样的思想政治工作——笔者父母的那座波尔霍尔姆造的严格地进行节约的、有铅锤的老钟。那是他俩和自家时辰候的独占鳌头的计时工具。它走得并不太可信赖,不过它却在走。大家望着它的时针,大家相信它们,因而也就不理睬钟里面包车型大巴车轱辘了。那时候国家的机构也是这么:大家相信它。因而也就相信它的指针。今后的国度机构却像一座玻璃钟,大家一眼就足以见到里面包车型地铁机件,见到它的齿轮的转动,听见它转动的声响。有的时候那个发条和齿轮把人弄得魂不守舍起来!小编不清楚,它敲起来会像叁个如何样儿;作者已经错失了少儿时代的这种信心。那正是近代的弱项!”

伯公讲到这里就生起气来了。他和佛列得里克五个人的思想老是碰不到一块儿,而她们三个人“正如新旧四个时代相同”又不可能完全分开!当佛列得里克要远行到美利坚合众国去的时候,他们多人开首认识到这种地方——全家的人也一律认知到了。他是因为家里的事情不得不作本次游览的。对于伯公说来,那是贰回伤心的分别。游历是那么长。要横渡大海到地球的另三头去。

“作者每隔两星期就写一封信给你!”佛列得里克说,“你还足以从电报上听到作者的音讯,这比信还要快。日子形成了钟点,钟点形成了分和秒!”

佛列得里克的船一到达大不列颠及苏格兰联合王国,他就打来了二个电报。到了美利坚合众国,他又打回来了二个电报——即便飞云作为邮差也不会有如此快。那是她上岸后几钟头之内的事体。

“这种华贵的章程真是大家时期的一种恩赐,”曾外祖父说,“是大家人类的一种幸福。”

“并且这种理之当然的威力是在国内率先次被发觉和被盛传出去的③——佛列得里克那样告诉笔者。”

“不错,”曾外公吻了本人弹指间,说,“不错,笔者曾经注视过那双温和的眸子——那双第贰回看到和清楚这种理之当然威力的肉眼。那是一双像您同一的儿女气的眼眸!作者还握过他的手啊!”

爷爷又吻了自家一下。

一个多月过去了。我们又摄取佛列得里克的一封信;信上说:他和多个美丽的年青姑娘订了婚——他深信全家的人自然会喜欢她的。她的相片也寄来了。我们先用眼睛,后来又用放大镜把照片稳重瞧了又瞧。这种照片的妙处是大伙儿得以用最乖巧的老花镜细心加以钻探。的确,它在镜子底下显得更逼真。任何歌唱家都做不到那一点——以致武周最宏大的歌唱家都做不到。

“假设大家在古时就有这种发明的话,”曾外祖父说。“那么大家就可面临面地拜望世界的壮烈和世界的造福者了。这一个年轻姑娘的标准是何其温柔和善啊!”他说,同不常间朝放大镜里看。“只要他一踏进门,作者就能认得她了!”

可是那样的专门的职业差不多儿就变得不只怕了。很幸运,有个别危急大家是在后头才通晓的。

那对新婚夫妇欢悦地、健康地抵达了United Kingdom。他们又从当年乘轮船回到希腊雅典来。他们观望了丹麦王国海岸和尤兰南部的反革命沙丘。那时刮起了阵阵烈风,船在龙鼓滩上搁了浅,一动都不能够动。海浪一点都不小,好像是要把它打碎似的。什么救生艇也不可能发生功效。黑夜到来了,不过有一支明亮的运载火箭穿过乌黑射到那艘搁了浅的船上来。火箭带着一根绳索;那样,海上的人和岸上的人便制造起联系了。不一会儿,那位赏心悦指标少妇便在叁个救命浮篮里,超过汹涌的巨浪,被拉到岸上来了;未有多长期,她的青春的娃他爸也在他身边了,她倍感Infiniti的喜欢和幸福。船上全体的人都被救出来了,那时天还未曾亮。

当场大家正在罗马入眠,既未有想到痛心,也从没想到危急。当大家一并坐在餐桌旁喝早饭咖啡的时候,电报带来了三个消息,说有一艘United Kingdom船在西面海岸沉下去了。大家备感十分不安,但是正在那时,大家接收大家得救的归客佛列得里克和他年轻爱妻的叁个电报,说他们快捷将要到家了。

世家共同哭起来,笔者也哭,曾外祖父也哭。他合起他的双臂——笔者精晓她会如此做的——祝福这一个新的有的时候。

在这一天,曾祖父捐了两百块大洋为电气专家汉斯·克Liss仙·奥列斯得立三个纪念碑。

佛列得里克和他的常青内人回到家来。当她听见这职业的时候,他说:“兽祖父,那事做得很对!奥列斯得在有一点点年在此以前就写过关于旧时期和新时期的事体,让自己明天念给您听吧!”

“他一定跟你的眼光是均等啊?”外公说。

“是的,那一点你不要猜忌!”佛列得里克说,“何况跟你的观念也未有分裂,因为您早已捐钱为他修记念碑啦!”

①那是一种古时的一日游。玩的人因在戏耍中犯了某种错误而损失某种物件;要赎回这种物件则必需受一种惩罚。

②这是中世纪的一种严酷刑罚。受刑者被绑在二个近乎轮子的架上,他的身躯被铁棒敲断。

③电磁学说是丹麦王国化学家奥列斯得于1819年第二遍提议的。

斟酌人:刘超逸 争辩时间:二〇〇五-12-21 太长了

曾祖父的传说读后感

那些童话旧事告诉我们,新旧时代的更替是一件不可防止的政工,在承受新东西的神态上咱们要科学去看清,勇敢去尝尝。接受新东西,走好第一步是非常极度主要的,假诺一齐首接触让您体会不到那颇具成就感的以为到,那么结果往往会以败诉告终。所认为走好这一步,大家需求给和煦列二个趋势,想做好其余事,都以亟需前前后后,里里外外的合作,计划的去做。假使今日您意识你不了然要干嘛,请先坐一边思虑,别急着工作,想想本人现在居于什么位置,应该要做哪些了,目的还显著吗之类难点。

英文版:Great-Grandfather

Great-Grandfather was so lovable, wise and good. All of us looked up to Great-Grandfather. As far back as I can remember, he was really called "Father's Father," and "Mother's Father" as well, but when my Brother Frederick's little son came along he was promoted, and got the title of "Great-Grandfather." He could not expect to go any higher than that.

He was very fond of us all, but he did not appear to be fond of our times. "Old times were the good times," he used to say. "Quiet and genuine they were. In these days there's too much hurrying and turning everything upside down. The young folk lay down the law, and even speak about the Kings as if they are their equals. Any ne'er-do-well can sop a rag in dirty water and wring it out over the head of an honorable man."

Great-Grandfather would get angry and red in the face when he talked of such things, but soon he would smile his kindly, sympathetic smile, and say, "Oh, well! I may be a bit wrong. I belong to the old days, and I can't quite get a foothold in the new. May God guide us and show us the right way to go."

When Great-Grandfather got started on the old days, it seemed to me as if they came back. I would imagine myself riding along in a gilded coach, with footmen in fine livery. I saw the guilds move their signs and march in procession with their banners aloft, preceded by music. And I attended the merry Christmas festivities, where people in fancy dress played games of forfeit.

True enough, in the old days dreadfully cruel and horrible things used to be done. There was torture, rack and wheel, and bloodshed, but even these horrible things had an excitement about them that fascinated me. But I also thought of many pleasant things. I used to imagine how things were when the Danish nobility freed the peasants, and when the Danish Crown Prince abolished slave trading. It was marvelous to hear Great-Grandfather talk of all these things, and to hear him tell of the days of his youth. But I think the times even earlier than that were the very best times of all - so mighty and glorious.

"They were barbarous times," Brother Frederick said. "Thank heaven we are well rid of them." He used to say this right out to Great-Grandfather. This was most improper, I know, but just the same I always had great respect for Frederick. He was my oldest brother, and he used to say he was old enough to be my father - but then he was always saying the oddest things. He had graduated with the highest honors, and was so quick and clever in his work at Father's office that Father meant to make him a partner before long. Of us all, he was the one with whom Great-Grandfather talked most, but they always began to argue, for they did not get along well together. They did not understand each other, those two, and the family said they never would, but even as young as I was, I soon felt that they were indispensable to each other. Great-Grandfather would listen with the brightest look in his eyes while Frederick spoke of or read aloud about scientific progress, and new discoveries in the laws of nature, and about all the other marvels of our times.

"The human race gets cleverer, but it doesn't get better," Great-Grandfather would say. "People invent the most terrible and harmful weapons with which to kill and injure each other."

"Then the war will be over that much sooner," Frederick would tell him. "No need now for us to wait seven years for the blessings of peace. The world is full-blooded, and it needs to be bled now and then. That is a necessity."

One day Frederick told him of something that actually happened in a small country and in our own times. The mayor's clock - the large one on the town hall - kept time for the whole town and for everyone who lived there. The clock did not run very well, but that didn't matter nor did it keep anyone from looking to it for the time. But by and by railroads were built in that country, and in all countries railroads run by the clock. One must therefore be sure of the time, and know it exactly, or there will be collisions. At the railroad station they had a clock that was absolutely reliable, and exactly in accord with the sun. But as the mayor's was not, everyone went by the railroad clock.

I laughed, and thought the story a funny one, but Great-Grandfather did not laugh. He became very serious.

"There is a profound meaning in what you have told me," he declared, "and I understood the thought that prompted you to tell me the story. There's a moral in the clockwork. It reminds me of another clock - my parents' simple, old-fashioned Bornholm clock, with lead weights. It measured out the time of their lives and of my childhood. Perhaps it didn't run any too well, but it ran just the same. We would look at the hour hand and believe in it, with never a thought about the works inside. In those days the machinery of government was like that old clock. Everybody believed in it and only looked at the hour hand. Now government machinery is like a clock in a glass case, so that one can look directly into the works and see the wheels turning and whizzing around. Sometimes we become quite frightened over this spring or that wheel, and then I wonder how it is possible for all these complicated parts to tell the right time. I have lost my childish belief in the rightness of the old clock. That is the weakness of this age."

Great-Grandfather would talk on until he became quite angry. He and Frederick could not agree, yet they could not bear to be separated - "just like old times and new." Both of them felt this - and so did our whole family - when Frederick was to set out on his journey to far-away America. It was on business for the Company, so the journey had to be made. To Great-Grandfather, it was a sad parting, and it seemed a long, long journey - all the way across a great ocean, and to the other side of the globe.

"You shall get a letter from me every fortnight," Frederick promised. "And faster than any letter can go, you shall hear from me by telegraph. The days will be like hours, and the hours like minutes."

By telegraph we received Frederick's greeting to us from England, just as he boarded the steamship. Sooner than any letter could reach us, even though the swift sailing clouds had been our postman, came greetings from America, where Frederick had landed only a few hours before.

"What a glorious and divine inspiration has been granted our age," said Great-Grandfather. "It is a true blessing to the human race."

"And it was in our country," I said, "that the natural principle underlying the telegraph was first understood and stated. Frederick told me so."

"Yes," Great-Grandfather said, and he kissed me. "Yes, and I once looked into the kindly eyes that were the first to see and understand this marvelous law of nature - his were the eyes of a child, like yours - and I have shaken his hand." Then he kissed me again.

More than a month had gone by, when a letter came from Frederick with the news that he was engaged to a beautiful and lovable young lady. He was sure that everyone in our family would be delighted with her, and he sent us her photograph. We looked at it first with our bare eyes, and then with a magnifying glass, for the advantage of photographs is not only that they stand close inspection through the strongest glass, but that then you see the full likeness even better. No painter has ever been able to do that, even in the greatest of the ages past.

"If only this discovery had been made earlier, then we could have seen the world's greatest and most illustrious men, face to face. How gentle and good this young girl looks," Great-Grandfather said, and stared through the glass.

"Now I know her face, and I shall recognize her the moment she comes in the door."

But that very nearly failed to happen. Fortunately, at home we did not hear of the danger until it had passed.

After a safe and pleasant trip, the young couple reached England. From there, they were to come by steamship to Copenhagen. When they came in sight of the Danish coast- the white sand dunes along the western shore of Jutland - a heavy sea arose and dashed the ship against the shore. The enormous waves threatened to break the grounded ship in pieces.

No lifeboat could reach them. Night fell, but out of the darkness burst a brightly flashing rocket from the shore. It shot far out over the grounded ship, and brought a line to those on board. Once this connection between ship and shore was made fast, a rescue buoy was carefully drawn through the rough, tumultuous sea, to the shore. In it was a lovely young woman, safe and sound, and marvelously happy when she and her young husband again stood together on the shore. Every soul on board was saved before the break of day.

Here in Copenhagen we were sound asleep, dreaming neither of grief nor of danger. When we were gathered at the breakfast table, we heard a rumor that an English steamship had been wrecked on the west coast. We grew heartsick with anxiety, but within an hour we received a telegram from those who were dear to us. Frederick and his young bride were saved

  • they would soon be with us.

Everyone cried, and I cried too. Great-Grandfather cried and clasped his hands. I am sure he gave thanks for the age in which we live, for that very day he gave two hundred dollars toward raising a monument to Hans Christian Oersted. When Frederick came home with his bride, and heard of it, he said, "That was right, Great-Grandfather. Now let me read to you what Oersted wrote, a great many years ago, about the old times and the new."

小说来源:安徒生童话

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