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《蝴蝶梦 》(Rebecca )[MP3]

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    发行时间2004年01月12日
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中文名蝴蝶梦
英文名Rebecca
别名吕蓓卡,丽贝卡,蝴蝶梦引
资源格式MP3
发行时间2004年01月12日
地区英国
语言英语
简介

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原著: 达夫妮·杜穆里埃Daphne Du Maurier

播讲者:安娜·玛西Anna Massey

类别:有声文学

集数:27Chapters

码率:32kbps

播放长度: 14 hours and 45 min

出版公司:BBC Audiobooks Ltd

内容介绍:

《蝴蝶梦》原名《吕蓓卡》(又译《丽贝卡》),是达夫妮·杜穆里埃的成名作,发表于1938年。达夫妮·杜穆里埃在本书中成功地塑造了一个颇富神秘色彩的女性吕蓓卡的形象。

此人于小说开始时即已死去,除在倒叙段落中被间接提到外,从未在书中出现,但却时时处处音容宛在,并能通过其忠仆、情夫等继续控制曼陀丽庄园直至最后将这个庄园烧毁。小说中另一女性,即以故事叙述者身份出现的第一人称,虽是喜怒哀乐俱全的活人,实际上却处处起着烘托吕蓓卡的作用,作者这种以“实有”陪衬“虚无”的手法颇为别致。
 
  值得注意的是,作者通过刻画吕蓓卡那种放浪形骸之外的腐化生活,以及她与麦克西姆·德温特的畸形婚姻,对英国上层社会中的享乐至上、尔虞我诈、穷奢极侈、势利伪善等现象作了生动的揭露。作者还通过情景交融的手法比较成功地渲染了两种气氛:一方面是缠绵悱恻的怀乡忆旧,另一方面是阴森压抑的绝望恐怖。这双重气氛互相交迭渗透,加之全书悬念不断,使本书成为一部多年畅销不衰的浪漫主义小说。

作者介绍:

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达夫妮·杜穆里埃(1907--1989),英国著名女作家,《蝴蝶梦》是她的成名作。 生前曾是英国皇家文学会会员,1969年被授予大英帝国贵妇勋章。她厌恶城市生活,长期居住在大西洋沿岸的康沃尔郡。她的不少作品即以此郡的社会习俗与风土人情为主题或背景,故有“康沃尔小说”之称。她一生共写了十七部长篇小说以及几十种其他体裁的文学作品,由于深受十九世纪以神秘、恐怖等为主要特点的歌特派小说的影响,同时亦曾研究并刻仿勃朗特姐妹的小说创作手法,因此“康沃尔”小说大都情节曲折,人物(特别是女主人公)刻画细腻,而且在渲染神秘气氛的同时,夹杂这生命论色的感伤主义。

英国著名的小说家和评论家福斯特(Forster E.M.,1879—1970)在评论达夫妮·杜穆里埃的小说时说过,英国的小说家中没有一个人能够做到像杜穆里埃这样打破通俗小说与纯文学的界限,让自己的作品同时满足这两种文学的共同要求。福斯特不愧为著名的作家和评论家,他对小说家创作过程的理解和对评论鉴赏的正确领悟使他对杜穆里埃的作品不抱偏见,给出了恰到好处的评论。达夫妮·杜穆里埃所蝴蝶梦用的艺术表现手法是注重形式和故事情节的通俗小说手法,所以不管是什么层次的读者,是知识分子,还是工人、家庭妇女、农民,只要有一定的文化,都可以读达夫妮·杜穆里埃的小说,都会感到通俗易懂。这与她喜欢哥特式的小说是分不开的。但她的小说又与哥特式小说有很大的区别。哥特式小说为了情节而忽略社会,忽略生活的内容,而达夫妮·杜穆里埃的小说具有非常坚实的社会生活内容,她是把人物放在特定的生活环境中、社会关系中来刻画,人性在金钱、名利、情感所织成的画面中得到展示和考验。这是她热爱和崇尚布兰韦里·勃朗特姐妹小说的直接结果。勃朗特姐妹的作品曾使达夫妮·杜穆里埃深深感动,她为她们姐妹专门写了传记,研究她们的传记过程,在自己的小说和传记创作过程中不断汲取勃朗特姐妹的长处,取得了显著的成功。从达夫妮·杜穆里埃作品中,通俗小说家应该看到和众也有曲寡的深刻性,纯文学小说家应该看到曲寡完全可以和众的现实性。

播讲者介绍:

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安娜·玛西Anna Massey

Born Anna Raymond Massey
11 August 1937 (1937-08-11)Thakeham, West Sussex, England, UK
Occupation Actress

Early life
Massey was born in Thakeham, West Sussex, England, the daughter of British actress Adrianne Allen and Canadian-born Hollywood actor Raymond Massey. Her late brother, Daniel Massey, was also an actor. She is the niece of Vincent Massey, a Governor General of Canada.

Career
Massey was on stage as a teenager and made her film debut in 1958. In 1960, she played a potential murder victim in Michael Powell's cult thriller Peeping Tom. She played the role of the cockney barmaid Babs in Alfred Hitchcock's Frenzy (1972). She appeared with her brother Daniel playing deadly siblings in the 1973 horror film The Vault of Horror.

Massey continued to make occasional film and stage appearances, but has worked more frequently in television, in dramas such as The Pallisers (1974), the 1978 adaptation of Rebecca (in which she starred along with her ex-husband, Jeremy Brett), The Mayor of Casterbridge (1978), The Cherry Orchard (1980), and Anna Karenina (1985). She had roles in the British comedy series The Darling Buds of May (1991) and The Robinsons (2005). She has also appeared in a number of mysteries and thrillers on British television, including episodes of Inspector Morse, The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries, Midsomer Murders, Strange, and Lewis. She is the narrator of This Sceptred Isle on BBC Radio. She also played the part of Josephine Daunt in Daunt and Dervish on BBC radio.

In 1986, Massey was awarded the British Academy TV Award for Best Actress for her role in Hotel du Lac. She also appears as Mrs. D'Urberville in the 2008 BBC adaptation of Tess of the D'Urbervilles, an older version of May and as Rosie in An Angel For May, and in the 2004 BBC version of Our Mutual Friend.

Personal life
In the New Year's Honours List published 31 December 2004 she was created a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to drama.

She published an autobiography in 2006, "Telling Some Tales". The bio depicts how life was not easy growing up, while father Raymond Massey fled the roost early on for the United States when Anna was little, and re-married. Her mother, Adrianne, was a marvellous hostess who filled the house with an exotic mixture of guests. But it was her Nanny who supplied the crucial emotional support, and who remained with Anna until her death. Massey writes candidly of her psychotherapy which helped her get through it, and the peaks and valleys of a failed marriage to actor Jeremy Brett (who struggled with bipolar disorder), their son writer David Raymond William Huggins (b.1959), and her wonderful second marriage to Uri Andres, and being a grandmother to grandson, Dan (b.2002). A delightful read, which In spite of all the inevitable vicissitudes and upsets in Massey's life, "Telling Some Tales" ends up as a story of personal happiness, achieved without makeup lighting or script, about a life intensely lived.

Of life today, Massey has been quoted as saying, "Theatre eats up too much of your family life. I have a grandson and a husband and I'd rather I was able to be a granny and a wife."

Partial filmography
Peeping Tom (1960) (as Helen)
Frenzy (1972)
The Vault of Horror (1973)
Hotel du Lac (1986)
Foreign Body (1986)
The Importance of Being Earnest (2002) (as Miss Prism)
The Machinist (2004)
He Knew He Was Right TV (2004)
Belonging (2004)
Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont (2005)
The Gigolos (2006)
Fairy Stories By The Brothers Grimm (audiobook) (2007)
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (2008) as Mrs D'Urberville

Books
Massey, Anna (2006). Telling Some Tales. London: Hutchinson. ISBN 0-09-179645-8.

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