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2021考研英语综合备考:罪与罚Part 6-7

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2021考研英语综合备考资料: 陀思妥耶夫斯基的经典英文小说《罪与罚》每天阅读一小段英语小说,保持语感,熟悉英文的说话方式,有助于英语阅读得到提高,咱们今天就开始从罪与罚 开始读起吧,对大家在进行2021考试的时候非常有帮助,更多相关信息,可关注咱们考研综合备考频道哦。

2021考研英语综合备考:罪与罚Part 6-7

He ate a little, three or four spoonfuls, without appetite, as it were mechanically. His head ached less. After his meal he stretched himself on the sofa again, but now he could not sleep; he lay without stirring, with his face in the pillow. He was haunted by day-dreams and such strange day-dreams; in one, that kept recurring, he fancied that he was in Africa, in Egypt, in some sort of oasis. The caravan was resting, the camels were peacefully lying down; the palms stood all around in a complete circle; all the party were at dinner. But he was drinking water from a spring which flowed gurgling close by. And it was so cool, it was wonderful, wonderful, blue, cold water running among the parti-coloured stones and over the clean sand which glistened here and there like gold. . . .

他吃了不多一点儿,没有胃口,只吃了三、四汤匙,仿佛是不知不觉吃进去的。头痛稍减轻了些。吃过午饭,他又伸直身子躺到沙发上,可是已经睡不着了,而是脸朝下埋在枕头里,一动不动地趴在沙发上。各种各样的幻想,出现在他的头脑里,都是一些稀奇古怪的幻想:他最经常梦想的是,他在非洲的某个地方,在埃及,在一片绿洲上。商队在休息,骆驼都安安静静地躺着;四周棕榈环绕;大家正在用餐。他却一直在喝水,径直从小溪里舀水喝,小溪就在身旁潺潺地流着。那么凉爽,不可思议、奇妙无比、清凉的淡蓝色溪水流过五彩斑斓的石头,流过那么干净、金光闪闪的细沙……

Suddenly he heard a clock strike. He started, roused himself, raised his head, looked out of the window, and seeing how late it was, suddenly jumped up wide awake as though someone had pulled him off the sofa. He crept on tiptoe to the door, stealthily opened it and began listening on the staircase. His heart beat terribly. But all was quiet on the stairs as if everyone was asleep. . . . It seemed to him strange and monstrous that he could have slept in such forgetfulness from the previous day and had done nothing, had prepared nothing yet. . . . And meanwhile perhaps it had struck six.

突然他清清楚楚听到了噹噹的钟声。他颤栗了一下,清醒过来,微微抬起头朝窗子望了望,揣测现在是什么时候,突然他完全清醒了,一下子跳起来,就像是有人把他从沙发上揪了下来。他踮着脚尖走到门前,轻轻地把门打开一条缝,侧耳倾听楼下的动静。他的心在狂跳,跳得可怕。但楼梯上静悄悄的,好像大家都已经睡了……他觉得奇怪和不可思议:他竟能从昨天起就这么迷迷糊糊一直睡到现在,还什么都没做,什么也没准备好……而这时候大概已经打过六点了……

And his drowsiness and stupefaction were followed by an extraordinary, feverish, as it were distracted haste. But the preparations to be made were few. He concentrated all his energies on thinking of everything and forgetting nothing; and his heart kept beating and thumping so that he could hardly breathe. First he had to make a noose and sew it into his overcoat--a work of a moment. He rummaged under his pillow and picked out amongst the linen stuffed away under it, a worn out, old unwashed shirt. From its rags he tore a long strip, a couple of inches wide and about sixteen inches long. He folded this strip in two, took off his wide, strong summer overcoat of some stout cotton material (his only outer garment) and began sewing the two ends of the rag on the inside, under the left armhole.

睡意和昏昏沉沉的感觉已经消失,代替它们突然控制了他的,是一阵异常狂热、又有些惊慌失措的忙乱。不过要准备的事情并不多。他集中注意力,尽量把一切都考虑到,什么也不要忘记;而心一直在狂跳,跳得这么厉害,连呼吸都感到困难了。第一,得做个环扣,把它缝到大衣上,——这只要一分钟就够了。他伸手到枕头底下摸了摸,从胡乱塞在枕头下的几件内衣中摸到一件已经破旧不堪、没洗过的衬衫。他从这件破衬衫上撕下一条一俄寸宽、八俄寸长的破布,再把这条破布对折起来,从身上脱下那件宽大、结实、用一种厚布做成的夏季大衣(他的唯一一件外衣),动手把布条的两端缝在大衣里子的左腋下面。

His hands shook as he sewed, but he did it successfully so that nothing showed outside when he put the coat on again. The needle and thread he had got ready long before and they lay on his table in a piece of paper. As for the noose, it was a very ingenious device of his own; the noose was intended for the axe. It was impossible for him to carry the axe through the street in his hands. And if hidden under his coat he would still have had to support it with his hand, which would have been noticeable. Now he had only to put the head of the axe in the noose, and it would hang quietly under his arm on the inside. Putting his hand in his coat pocket, he could hold the end of the handle all the way, so that it did not swing; and as the coat was very full, a regular sack in fact, it could not be seen from outside that he was holding something with the hand that was in the pocket. This noose, too, he had designed a fortnight before.

缝的时候,他两手发抖,但是尽力克制住,缝上以后,他又把大衣穿上,从外面什么也看不出来。针和线他早就准备好了,用纸包着,放在小桌子上。至于那个环扣,这是他自己很巧妙的发明:环扣是用来挂斧头的。拿着斧头在街上走当然不行。如果把斧头藏在大衣底下,还是得用手扶着它,那就会让人看出来。现在有了环扣,只要把斧头挂进环扣里,斧头就会一路上稳稳地挂在里面,挂在腋下。把一只手伸进大衣侧面的衣袋里,就能扶着斧柄,以免它晃来晃去;因为大衣很宽大,真像条口袋,所以从外面看不出他隔着衣袋用手扶着什么东西。这个环扣也是他在两星期前就想好了的。


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