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2021考研英语双语复习:复活46章-1

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这是2021考研英语双语复习材料,列夫托尔斯泰作品-复活。《复活》是俄国作家列夫·托尔斯泰创作的长篇小说,该书取材于一件真实事件。同学们,每天阅读一小段考研英语文章,能够保持语感,熟悉英文的说话方式,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。

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2021考研英语综合备考:复活46章

At the usual time the jailer's whistle sounded in the corridors of the prison, the iron doors of the cells rattled, bare feet pattered, heels clattered, and the prisoners who acted as scavengers passed along the corridors, filling the air with disgusting smells. The prisoners washed, dressed, and came out for revision, then went to get boiling water for their tea.

监狱看守到了规定时间在走廊里吹响哨子。铁锁和铁门哐啷啷地响着,走廊门和牢房门纷纷打开,光脚板和棉鞋后跟发出啪哒啪哒和咯噔咯噔的响声。倒便桶的男犯在走廊里来回忙碌,弄得空气里充满恶臭。男犯女犯都在洗脸,穿衣,然后到走廊里点名,点完名就去打开水冲茶。

The conversation at breakfast in all the cells was very lively. It was all about two prisoners who were to be flogged that day. One, Vasiliev, was a young man of some education, a clerk, who had killed his mistress in a fit of jealousy. His fellow-prisoners liked him because he was merry and generous and firm in his behaviour with the prison authorities. He knew the laws and insisted on their being carried out. Therefore he was disliked by the authorities. Three weeks before a jailer struck one of the scavengers who had spilt some soup over his new uniform. Vasiliev took the part of the scavenger, saying that it was not lawful to strike a prisoner.

今天喝茶的时候,各个牢房里群情愤激,纷纷谈论着一件事,就是有两个男犯今天将受笞刑。这两个男犯中有一个是年轻的店员瓦西里耶夫。他很有文化,由于醋劲发作而杀死了自己的情妇。同监犯人都很喜欢他,因为他乐观、慷慨,对长官态度强硬。他懂得法律,要求依法办事。长官因此不喜欢他。三星期前,有个看守殴打倒便桶的男犯,因为那个男犯把粪汁溅到他的新制服上。瓦西里耶夫为那个犯人抱不平,说没有一条法律允许殴打犯人。

"I'll teach you the law," said the jailer, and gave Vasiliev a scolding. Vasiliev replied in like manner, and the jailer was going to hit him, but Vasiliev seized the jailer's hands, held them fast for about three minutes, and, after giving the hands a twist, pushed the jailer out of the door. The jailer complained to the inspector, who ordered Vasiliev to be put into a solitary cell.

“我要让你瞧瞧什么叫法律!”看守说,把瓦西里耶夫臭骂了一顿。瓦西里耶夫就回敬他。看守想动手打他,瓦西里耶夫就抓住他的手,紧紧捏了三分钟光景,然后拧着他的手叫他转过身,一下子把他推到门外。看守告到上边,典狱长下令把瓦匹里耶夫关进单身牢房。

The solitary cells were a row of dark closets, locked from outside, and there were neither beds, nor chairs, nor tables in them, so that the inmates had to sit or lie on the dirty floor, while the rats, of which there were a great many in those cells, ran across them. The rats were so bold that they stole the bread from the prisoners, and even attacked them if they stopped moving. Vasiliev said he would not go into the solitary cell, because he had not done anything wrong; but they used force. Then he began struggling, and two other prisoners helped him to free himself from the jailers. All the jailers assembled, and among them was Petrov, who was distinguished for his strength. The prisoners got thrown down and pushed into the solitary cells.

单身牢房是一排黑暗的仓房,外面上了锁。这种牢房又黑又冷,没有床,没有桌椅,关在里面的人只能在肮脏的泥地上坐着或者躺着,听任老鼠在身边或者身上跑来跑去,而那里的老鼠又特别多特别大胆,因此在黑暗中连一块面包都无法保存。老鼠常常从囚犯手里抢面包吃,要是囚犯一动不动,它们就会咬他们的身体。瓦西里耶夫不肯蹲单身牢房,因为他没有罪。几个看守硬把他拉去。他拚命挣扎,另外两个男犯帮他从看守手里挣脱身子。看守们都跑拢来,其中有个叫彼得罗夫的,以力气大出名。犯人们敌不过,一个个被推进单身牢房。


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