别笑太早
Sooner or Later We All Stop Laughing

  • 作   者:

    罗兹·贝克(澳)
    Roz Baker

  • 出版社:

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

  • 语   言:

    双语

  • 纸  书:¥131.00
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    ¥9.90

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16年来,每当环境给她一个致命的打击时,伊丽莎白·康罗伊慢慢地快被她那盲目的乐观逼迫得窒息了。曾经的欢声笑语已经离她而去了,而她现在的生活则充斥着心酸和愤怒。她知道她要逃离这个城市。她摆脱掉她一直以来的生活方式的束缚,乘上开往北方的火车,心里面不知道终点是哪里……

For 16 years, Elizabeth Conroy had been slowly suffocating in her Pollyanna straightjacket, when circumstances dealt her a crushing blow. Gone was the laughter and the life she had known as bitterness and anger bit into her soul. She knew she had to escape the city. Shaking off the trappings of her executive lifestyle she boarded a north bound train with no particular destination in mind...

在这个充满竞争的世界,贝思(伊丽莎白)都不相信尊重可以带来什么。她按时交税,政府所给的财务奖励也给她带来了舒适的生活。她成功的标志都在她周围,显而易见。人们对她刮目相看,除了她选择的这个丈夫。而在环境给她致命打击的时候,她开始由乐观变得愤怒。最终她选择逃离了她所居住的地方。

Respect wasn't something Beth took for granted in the competitive world. Her dues were paid and financial rewards offered her a comfortable lifestyle. The hallmark of her success was obvious to those around her, with admiration coming from everyone, except from the man she had chosen to marry. Under the attack of the unfortune in her life, her optimism was changed into anger. At last, she chose to leave the place she lived.

罗兹·贝克所著书籍已出售19000余本,使她成为了澳大利亚最成功的一位由作者自行出版书籍的小说家。在罗兹自行出版三部成功的小说之前,她每年在肖尔黑文和布里斯班两地间讲述克服脑部手术的鼓舞人心的故事。她是一位高级演说家,并且赢得了布什诗人的荣誉。

Roz Baker has sold over 19,000 books, making her one of the most successful self-published novelists in Australia. Roz travels 50,000km each year between the Shoalhaven and Brisbane, telling the inspirational story of overcoming brain surgery before self-publishing three successful novels. She is an advanced Toastmaster and an award winning Bush Poet.

伊丽莎白•康罗伊已经好多天没有跟任何人说过话了,这正合她心意。看着广袤无垠的澳大利亚腹地,伊丽莎白偶尔会不知不觉地陷入恍惚状态,这,也正合她心意。秋季已经悄然取代了夏季,但是却没有任何明显的迹象让她意识到这一点。她已经走了几千英里,脑海中却仍然没有明确的方向。她只是安于现状,得过且过,对过去绝望,也无视未来。

Elizabeth Conroy hadn’t spoken to a soul in days and that suited her fine. She periodically drifted into a trance-like state as she viewed the vastness of the Australian hinterland. That too, suited her fine. Summer had slipped into autumn but no visible sign alerted her to the fact. With thousands of miles now behind her, plans were still vague in her mind. She simply took each day as it came, oblivious to the future, despairing of the past.

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