中国儿童
The Chinese Boy and Girl

  • 作   者:

    伊萨克·泰勒·何德兰
    Issac Taylor Headland

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

  • 电子书:

    ¥3.90

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《中国儿童》美国著名传教士何德兰的代表作之一,他以自己的亲身经历,从多个角度记录了儿童生活的方方面面,并收录了老北京的150多首民谣,重温了孩提时代的天真与烂漫,回味孩提时代的幸福和快乐。本书自出版以来便深受读者好评。

《中国儿童》是美国传教士何德兰编撰的著作。本书以北京儿童为主,介绍了清末时期中国儿童生活的各个方面:儿歌、游戏、玩具、杂耍、童话等,十分详细具体。书中含插图、照片百余幅。对研究传统儿童游戏有重要参考。此书刊于1901年。

It describes Chinese children's nursery rhymes, games, toys, and tales. Readings from this texts offer a look at a Westerner's own perspective on children's culture and family life as well as the complexities of cross-cultural exchange. Headland's voice offers an example of a global encounter at a moment of high imperialism indeed, these texts were published in the immediate wake of the dramatic Boxer Uprising and siege of foreign legations that occurred in Beijing during the summer of 1900.

何德兰(1859-1942),美国教士,1888年来华,兼任北京汇文书院文科和神科教习。多次为光绪翻译并提供西方书籍,其夫人是慈禧太后的母亲、隆裕皇后的妹妹及众多达官贵妇的家庭医生。何德兰编撰了大量有关晚清中国的著作,他以一个外国人的视角,审视中国晚清宫廷的方方面面。主要著作有:1900年《孺子歌图》;1902年《中国英雄》;1903年《中国小兄弟》;1909年《晚清宫廷见闻录》;1912年《中国的新时代》;1914年《中国百姓生活》;1933年《中国童谣》等。

Issac Taylor Headland (1859-1942), a resident of Beijing and a scholar at Peking (Beijing) University, joined other contemporaries interested in both popular culture and folklore in his own study of daily life in China. He was particularly concerned with the collection and transcription of Chinese children's rhymes.

It is a mistake to suppose that any one nation or people has exclusive right to Mother Goose. She is an omnipresent old lady. She is Asiatic as well as European or American. Wherever there are mothers, grandmothers, and nurses there are Mother Gooses,—or; shall we say, Mother Geese—for I am at a loss as to how to pluralize this old dame.

  • PREFACE
  • THE NURSERY AND ITS RHYMES
  • CHILDREN AND CHILD-LIFE
  • GAMES PLAYED BY BOYS
  • GAMES PLAYED BY GIRLS
  • THE TOYS CHILDREN PLAY WITH
  • BLOCK GAMES—KINDERGARTEN
  • CHILDREN'S SHOWS AND ENTERTAINMENTS
  • JUVENILE JUGGLING
  • STORIES TOLD TO CHILDREN
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