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     Pearl Buck (1892-1973) is one of the disputed novelists in the 20th American literature.
     赛珍珠(Pearl S.Buck,1892—1973)是20世纪美国文坛上颇有争议的小说家之一。
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     Saul Bellow (1915--), as a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, is one of the mostinfluential novelists in contemporary American literature world.
     作为诺贝尔文学奖获得者,索尔·贝娄(Saul Bellow 1915-)是当代美国文坛上最具影响的小说家之一。
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     The Color Purple, which has won Walker the Pulitzer Prize and the American Book Award, is an important work in Afro-American Literature and American Literature.
     艾丽斯·沃克是二十世纪美国文坛最有影响的作家之一。 她的《紫色》(The Color Purple)荣获了代表美国文学最高荣誉的普利策奖和美国国家图书奖,成为美国文学中的经典。
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     William Faulkner is a preeminent master in American literature in the 20th century.
     威廉·福克纳是公认的20世纪美国文坛巨匠。
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     In Frank Chin's opinion, Chinese American literature should have its own unique style, and be independent in American literature.
     通过“创新”,赵健秀试图为美国华裔文学建立全新的“华裔美国感性”。 他认为,美国华裔文学应该体现华裔作家独立的思想和见解,并形成独特的风格,以在美国文坛上占有独立而独特的地位。
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     At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century,there appeared in the American literary world a new literary trend of thought,with its new subjects,new themes and new style,it was a clear diversion from the former literary trend.
     19世纪末20世纪初美国文坛上出现了一种新的文学思潮,这一思潮一改往日美国文学主流,为其增添了全新的题材、全新的主题以及全新的创作风格。
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     But Alice Walker is not an ordinary writer,she is not merely one of the most famous black authoresses of American literary world since the seventies of the 20th century,at the same time she is also a founder of the Womanism,therefore Walker's “Cinderella” is different from traditional images and embodies a lot of new characteristics.
     但是艾丽丝·沃克并不是一名普通的作家,她不仅是20世纪70年代以来美国文坛最著名的黑人女作家之一,同时她还是妇女主义的创始人,因而沃克的“灰姑娘”又具有了别样的色彩,体现出许多不同于传统的新特点。
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     When it was first published in September 1987, it created a sensation in the American literary world and has since been regarded as a milestone in American literary history.
     该书1987年9月一经问世,立即轰动了美国文坛,并被视为美国文学史上的里程碑。
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     Jack London (1876-1916) was one of the most articulate and militant spokesmen of the ordinary class at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century. In the American literary world, his rise to popularity in the early 20th century was in a way meteoric.
     杰克·伦敦(1876—1916)是19、20世纪之交,劳动阶层中最具表达力和影响力的代言人,在20世纪初的美国文坛如流星掠过,迸发出耀眼的光芒。
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     S. is a novel written by John Updike, who keeps as an active Realist writer in 20th century's American literary world .
     《S.》是至今仍活跃在美国文坛的现实主义作家厄普代克的作品。
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     The publication of his Portnoy's Complaint in 1969 turned out at once a hit as well as a scandal.
     1969年《波特诺的怨诉》(Portnoy’s Complaint)的发表轰动了整个美国文坛
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     In 1987, the publication of Beloved shocked the American literary circles.
     1987年,托尼-莫瑞森的长篇小说《宠儿》的问世,震动了美国文坛
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     John Updike (1932-) is one of the remarkable prolific American writers.
     约翰·厄普代克(1932—),是当代美国文坛最负盛名的多产作家之一。
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     The great achievement made by The Da Vinci Code has brought Dan Brown under the spotlight.
     美国小说家丹·布朗(Dan Brown)凭着其新文化悬疑小说《达·芬奇密码》《The Da Vinci Code》)一炮而红,成为美国文坛的新宠。
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     Her novel The Color Purple published in 1982 aroused great reverberation.
     她的长篇小说《紫色》1982年出版既引起巨大反响,轰动了美国文坛
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This is a critical overview of the anthropology of Chinese kinship focusing on the twentieth-century Euro-American literature.
      
The history of the literature of other nations and cultures' exclusion from American literature is addressed, and how finally that wound is being mended so that poetry of all peoples can help to truly blend us, rather than separate us.
      
With regard to the lower recurrence rate of hernia as published in the American literature, this can only be verified by randomized studies.
      
Many recent reports in the North American literature have documented an increase in the ratio of proximal to distal colorectal cancers with an increase in right-sided lesions.
      
In the Anglo-American literature, the importance of endogenous resistance in healing traumatic fractures is pointed out.
      
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Whitman's experiences in American Civil War are most profound and complicated in his life, which helped him break away from the "nadir" , in his creation crises, rising to the "climax" of more matured literary creativity. In his career as a poet, the war itself freed him from the yoke of "loneliness" of abstract love and brought him back to the real life of blood-shed. The cruelty of war and disappointed situation in the post-war America changed his attitude from the romantic touch of honour and excitment of...

Whitman's experiences in American Civil War are most profound and complicated in his life, which helped him break away from the "nadir" , in his creation crises, rising to the "climax" of more matured literary creativity. In his career as a poet, the war itself freed him from the yoke of "loneliness" of abstract love and brought him back to the real life of blood-shed. The cruelty of war and disappointed situation in the post-war America changed his attitude from the romantic touch of honour and excitment of the war at the beginning stage to the more deep reflection of reality where the life and death are involved. "Drum-Taps" is an earnest faithful record of everything he saw and experienced. In depicting the tragedy of war, whitman was a unique in American literary world of his time.

南北战争是惠特曼一生中一段极为复杂而深刻的经历,它将诗人从创作的低谷带进了一块富饶成熟的园地,引导诗人从爱的孤独枷锁下挣脱出来,转而直面血淋淋的人生;而战争的残酷和对战后美国的失望,又促使诗人对战争荣耀和刺激的浪漫关注上更深地沉入生生死死的现实生活中。《桴鼓集》真实而严肃地纪录了这一切。在捕捉战争的悲剧意义方面,惠特曼可以说是当时美国文坛上一位独树一帜的诗人。

Mark Twain completed more than twenty great novels, pioneering modern American fiction. During his life, Mark Twain enjoyed an international fame, which even increased after his death. Studies on Mark Twain have amply been made by literary critics. Yet, among his books, the two novels-Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, have always been estimated as the greatest ones. There must be something in thses two books that makes them so valuable. On the suface, it seems that the author's skillful description of the children...

Mark Twain completed more than twenty great novels, pioneering modern American fiction. During his life, Mark Twain enjoyed an international fame, which even increased after his death. Studies on Mark Twain have amply been made by literary critics. Yet, among his books, the two novels-Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, have always been estimated as the greatest ones. There must be something in thses two books that makes them so valuable. On the suface, it seems that the author's skillful description of the children has made the novels strongly appealing to the readers. But, after pondering upon it more thoroughly, we come to sec that this alone is hardly sufficient to account for the unique value of the two books. Are there anything of particular significance behind the children? What do these children really stand for? Tom and Huck have become the eternal models in American Literature, and the two children' s books, the heritage of American culture. There must be things of unusual qualities in Twain's child characters, which distinquishes his children's fiction from his other works. This paper aims to answer the two questions.

马克·吐温,这位在美国文学史上开一代创作先河的小说家,为后人留下了20多篇不朽佳作.其中,令人惊讶的是:在他全部作品中,两部描写少年历险故事的著作——《汤姆·索耶历险记》和《哈克贝里·费恩历险记》,始终处于最突出的位置,并一直被中外学者公推为其代表作.于是我们不得不深思这样一个问题,作为美国文坛杰出代表人物之一的马克·吐温为什么选择了儿童的角色,而又把他们塑造很空前成功?纵观文学界对马克·吐温作品及其人物形象的有关研究成果和论述,似乎都不能够圆满地答复这个问题.

Mark Twain completed more than twenty great novels,pioneering modern American fiction.During his life,Mark Twain enjoyed an international fame,which even in- creased after his death.Studies on Mark Twain have amply been made by literary critics.Yet, among his books,the two novels-Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn,have always been esti- mated as the greatest ones.There must be something in thses two books that makes them so valuable.On the suface,it seems that the author's skillful description of the children has...

Mark Twain completed more than twenty great novels,pioneering modern American fiction.During his life,Mark Twain enjoyed an international fame,which even in- creased after his death.Studies on Mark Twain have amply been made by literary critics.Yet, among his books,the two novels-Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn,have always been esti- mated as the greatest ones.There must be something in thses two books that makes them so valuable.On the suface,it seems that the author's skillful description of the children has made the novels strongly appealing to the readers.But,after pondering upon it more thoroughly,we come to see that this alone is hardly sufficient to account for the unique value of the two books. Are there anything of particular significance behind the children?What do these children really stand for?Tom and Huck have become the eternal models in American Literature,and the two children's books,the heritage of American culture.There must be things of unusual qualities in Twain's child characters,which distinquishes his children's fiction from his other works. This paper aims to answer the two questions.

马克·吐温,这位在美国文学史上开一代创作先河的小说家,为后人留下了20多篇不朽佳作。其中,令人惊讶的是:在他全部作品中,两部描写少年历险故事的著作——《汤姆·索耶历险记》和《哈克贝里·费恩历险记》,始终处于最突出的位置,并一直被中外学者公推为其代表作。于是我们不得不深思这样一个问题,作为美国文坛杰出代表人物之一的马克·吐温为什么选择了儿童的角色,而又把他们塑造得空前成功?纵观文学界对马克·吐温作品及其人物形象的有关研究成果和论述,似乎都不能够圆满地答复这个问题。

 
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