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《尼克·宏比《非关男孩》英文有声书 》(About a Boy)完整版[MP3]

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中文名尼克·宏比《非关男孩》英文有声书
英文名About a Boy
别名单亲插班生
资源格式MP3
版本完整版
发行时间2007年
地区英国
语言英语
简介

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【作者简介】



尼克·宏比(Nick Hornby),1957年生于伦敦的尼克,霍恩比很小的时候就想成为写字的人,但从没料想到自己会成为一个畅销作家。在牛津完成学业后留校教授英文,同时为报章媒体自由撰稿。纯属偶然,记录下他[同时爱上足球和女人]的自传体小说Fever Pitch在被多家出版社婉拒出版后,却一鸣惊人地登上1992年度英国图书畅销榜。此后尼克·霍恩比的每部小说几乎都在畅销榜和专家书评两方面双获丰收,其中就包括他最受欢迎的作品《失恋排行榜》、《非常男孩》,以及戏谑另一位英伦才子作家阿兰·德波顿的名作《拥抱逝水年华》的小说《如何是好》。他的作品大多都被气势磅礴成电影,但公认评价最好的还是小说本身。2005年的新作Along Way Down I出版,即登上英语文学各大排行榜前十名。


《BJ的单身日记》男性版

尼克·宏比不但是伦敦的流行音乐重要乐评家,也是近年来英国最走红的作家。他深谙现代年轻人的生活节奏,并以精湛的英式幽默掳获读者的心,作品屡屡被改编成电影,《非关男孩》(About a Boy)电影版,由《BJ单身日记》中薄幸花心的休·格兰特担纲主演,在美国拿下长红票房,休·格兰特剧中扮演恐惧对爱情承诺的主角,非常传神,也有人不断问他是否会像剧中一样跟单亲妈妈约会。

威儿是九十年代的彼得潘,三十六岁、未婚、总是寻求「挥之即去」的关系,唯一的问题是身边的朋友一个个结婚生子,让他越来越形单影只。他没有工作过,没有什么事可做,靠著父亲写的一首〈圣诞老人的超级雪橇〉,收版税过活。为了填补生活的空缺,他自愿到游民厨房当志工,也联络过房地产中介,说他想开一家餐厅,然后再开一家书店……穷极无聊之时,他心生一计,想借着参加「单亲不落单联谊会」(SPAT)认识漂亮的单亲妈妈,寻找他的下一个对象。首先,讨厌小孩的他虚构了一个两岁的儿子奈德,以及前任女友宝拉……。

玛可思是个奇怪的十二岁小孩,在学校常常遭同学嘲笑、欺负,因为他发型奇特、服装怪异,还会不知不觉唱起歌来。他孤单、早熟,与妈妈菲欧娜两人组成一个单亲家庭。妈妈跟别人不一样,总是告诉他不要重视外表,要有内涵。可是妈妈最近开始会无缘无故哭泣,而且常常请假不上班。有一天妈妈叫他和苏西阿姨去参加「单亲不落单联谊会」的野餐,自己却在家中仰药自杀,一起去野餐的威儿帮忙把他们都送到医院。

因为害怕孤单,玛可思希望有一个多一点人口的家庭;为了帮助妈妈,他猜想帮妈妈找一个男朋友也许有帮助,所以他挑上了威儿。他要威儿开始和妈妈约会。而威儿也开始觉得,帮助一个奇怪的小孩和一个会自杀的妈妈,似乎比去喂流浪汉吃饭有趣多了,这是一个打发时间的好机会……。


内容简介

Nick Hornby's second bestselling novel is about sex, manliness and fatherhood. Will is thirty-six, comfortable and child-free. And he's discovered a brilliant new way of meeting women - through single-parent groups. Marcus is twelve and a little bitnerdish: he's got the kind of mother who made him listen to Joni Mitchell rather than Nirvana. Perhaps they can help each other out a little bit, and both can start to act their age.


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作者简介

Nick Hornby was born in 1957 and worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. His books are FEVER PITCH (1992), HIGH FIDELITY (1995) and ABOUT A BOY (1998). In 1999 he won an E. M. Forster award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He lives in north London.




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Amazon.com Review
Will Lightman is a Peter Pan for the 1990s. At 36, the terminally hip North Londoner is unmarried, hyper-concerned with his coolness quotient, and blithely living off his father's novelty-song royalties. Will sees himself as entirely lacking in hidden depths--and he's proud of it! The only trouble is, his friends are succumbing to responsibilities and children, and he's increasingly left out in the cold. How can someone brilliantly equipped for meaningless relationships ensure that he'll continue to meet beautiful Julie Christie-like women and ensure that they'll throw him over before things get too profound? A brief encounter with a single mother sets Will off on his new career, that of "serial nice guy." As far as he's concerned--and remember, concern isn't his strong suit--he's the perfect catch for the young mother on the go. After an interlude of sexual bliss, she'll realize that her child isn't ready for a man in their life and Will can ride off into the Highgate sunset, where more damsels apparently await. The only catch is that the best way to meet these women is at single-parent get-togethers. In one of Nick Hornby's many hilarious (and embarrassing) scenes, Will falls into some serious misrepresentation at SPAT ("Single Parents--Alone Together"), passing himself off as a bereft single dad: "There was, he thought, an emotional truth here somewhere, and he could see now that his role-playing had a previously unsuspected artistic element to it. He was acting, yes, but in the noblest, most profound sense of the word."

What interferes with Will's career arc, of course, is reality--in the shape of a 12-year-old boy who is in many ways his polar opposite. For Marcus, cool isn't even a possibility, let alone an issue. For starters, he's a victim at his new school. Things at home are pretty awful, too, since his musical therapist mother seems increasingly in need of therapy herself. All Marcus can do is cobble together information with a mixture of incomprehension, innocence, self-blame, and unfettered clear sight. As fans of Fever Pitch and High Fidelity already know, Hornby's insight into laddishness magically combines the serious and the hilarious. About a Boy continues his singular examination of masculine wish-fulfillment and fear. This time, though, the author lets women and children onto the playing field, forcing his feckless hero to leap over an entirely new--and entirely welcome--set of emotional hurdles. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Booklist
How cool is 36-year-old Will Lightman? Sub-zero, according to the questionnaire in his favorite men's magazine. Not only does he own more than five hip-hop albums (five points), he's also slept with a woman he didn't know very well within the last three months (another five points). Targeting single mothers, he joins a single parents' group under false pretenses and is soon drawn into the lives of depressed Fiona and her bright 12-year-old son, Marcus. Suddenly, his life is messy and complicated, and he's horrified when he realizes that he's now hanging with the type of people who gather around the piano to sincerely sing songs like "Both Sides Now" with their eyes closed. This is Hornby's second novel (following High Fidelity, 1995), and it's obvious he has an uncanny ability for homing in on wholly contemporary, often serious topics and serving them up in truly hilarious fashion. His skillful analysis of hipster angst has obviously struck a chord--this novel has been sold to filmmakers for more than $3 million. Joanne Wilkinson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Kirkus Reviews
The originality and fun spilling over in Hornby's acclaimed debut, High Fidelity (1995), run deep and strong through this second novel, as a playboy pretends he's a single dad so he can date single moms, but finds his fantasies warped by the real needs of an unusual 12-year-old boy. Set for life in London with royalties from a sappy Christmas song his father wrote, Will Lightman does nothing all day except be cool--something he does extremely well. And he chases women, with intermittent success. When chance throws a beautiful mom his way, he makes the most of the opportunity, even though she dumps him because she thinks he's ready for commitment and she isn't. No matter: He joins a single parents' group, inventing a toddler named Ned, and is well on the way to another conquest when frizzy-haired loner Marcus and his depressive hippie mother Fiona intervene. They all meet on the day Fiona tries to kill herself, and while Will's really just a friendly bystander, Marcus, in desperation, seizes on him as the solution to their problems. He follows Will to see where he lives, and, after quickly seeing through the toddler ruse, takes to barging in on his ``friend'' nearly every day after school. While hardly in agreement with this turn of events, Will is still enough of a boy himself to recognize that the lad needs a hand, and finds himself caring enough to buy Marcus cool sneakers, which are promptly stolen by the gang at school who harass Marcus daily. But Will provides the key that gives Marcus a first girlfriend, and then is repaid in kind when he meets another beautiful mom, falls in love, and persuades Marcus to act as his son to keep her from getting away. Far more than just boys will be boys, this has the right mix of hilarity and irrepressible characters to attract a wide audience: an upbeat, unqualified success. (First serial to the New Yorker; Book-of-the-Month Club featured alternate selection; author tour) -- Copyright ?1998, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Review
Hornby displays his knack of turning a superficially slight tale into something more meaningful. About a Boy is actually about two boys: Will Freeman, 36 years old going on 18, leads a hedonistic lifestyle, funded by a Christmas hit written by his father in the 1930s; and Marcus is a confused 12-year-old, brought to London by his depressed bohemian mother. The two find each other when the childless Will, testing out a new way of meeting women, joins SPAT, a single parents group. Marcus has a lot of problems - a suicidal mother, an uncool haircut, and he doesn't know who Kurt Cobain is. Because he's different, he is bullied at school and Will, who understands these things, is able to help the mature but introverted Marcus come out of himself and learn to enjoy being a boy. Hornby writes movingly about the major and minor problems of living a decent, humane life in 1990s Britain. (Kirkus UK)

The originality and fun spilling over in Hornby's acclaimed debut, High Fidelity (1995), run deep and strong through this second novel, as a playboy pretends he's a single dad so he can date single moms, but finds his fantasies warped by the real needs of an unusual 12-year-old boy. Set for life in London with royalties from a sappy Christmas song his father wrote, Will Lightman does nothing all day except be cool - something he does extremely well. And he chases women, with intermittent success. When chance throws a beautiful mom his way, he makes the most of the opportunity, even though she dumps him because she thinks he's ready for commitment and she isn't. No matter: He joins a single parents' group, inventing a toddler named Ned, and is well on the way to another conquest when frizzy-haired loner Marcus and his depressive hippie mother Fiona intervene. They all meet on the day Fiona tries to kill herself, and while Will's really just a friendly bystander, Marcus, in desperation, seizes on him as the solution to their problems. He follows Will to see where he lives, and, after quickly seeing through the toddler ruse, takes to barging in on his "friend" nearly every day after school. While hardly in agreement with this turn of events, Will is still enough of a boy himself to recognize that the lad needs a hand, and finds himself caring enough to buy Marcus cool sneakers, which are promptly stolen by the gang at school who harass Marcus daily. But Will provides the key that gives Marcus a first girlfriend, and then is repaid in kind when he meets another beautiful mom, falls in love, and persuades Marcus to act as his son to keep her from getting away. Far more than just boys will be boys, this has the right mix of hilarity and irrepressible characters to attract a wide audience: an upbeat, unqualified success. (Kirkus Reviews)






这次我发布的是完整版,与摘录版不同。
本资源英音男声朗读,个人认为比摘录版读得更好。
本书的摘录版见http://www.VeryCD.com/topics/88413/
最下面的摘录版文本是我自己做的,可配合摘录版的mp3学习。


About a Boy是迄今为止我读的遍数最多的英文小说。
因为About a Boy的小说和电影是我千万法时的素材。
所以基本是滚瓜烂熟的了。
当初只有摘录版的MP3,我就对照原文做了摘录版的文本,很麻烦。
那两个AVI文件是同名电影,我自己压的,带英文字幕,小格式,
适合在mp4上看,由于分辨率不同,所以看起来大小不一。





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