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《双星》(Double Star)Sci Fi[科幻][MP3]

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    发行时间1986年
    语言英语
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中文名双星
英文名Double Star
资源格式MP3
版本Sci Fi[科幻]
发行时间1986年
地区美国
语言英语
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注:这个版本是美语男声朗读,语速适中偏慢。此书第一次出版是在1956年,获雨果奖,这个封面应该是1986年再版时的封面。以上出版年份均指纸制出版物。
本人ADSL上传,还希望各位下完留源支持,这样我才可以腾出带宽继续发布其他科幻有声书。谢谢。


作者介绍:罗伯特·海因莱因(about the author:Robert Heinlein)

被誉为美国现代科幻小说之父的罗伯特·海因莱因诞生于1907年7月7日,1925年进入安那波利斯海军学院学习,毕业后作为航空母舰和驱逐舰的士官到海军服役。1934年,海因莱因因病退役,重返大学,学习数学和物理学,但很快又因病辍学。在成为一名科幻作家之前,海因莱因从事过许多职业。当过银矿矿工,作过建筑商,甚至还动过从政的念头。
1939年,第二次世界大战使美国经济陷入萧条,海因莱因被债务压得抬不起头来。恰在此时,一家科幻杂志刊出了一则科幻小说征文比赛的启事,奖金是50美元。从小就是科幻迷的海因莱因决定争取这50美元的奖金,可是,当他写完他的处女作后,却觉得它应该值更多的钱,于是就把它寄给了当时最着名的科幻杂志《惊人故事》。《惊人故事》的主编——大名鼎鼎的坎贝尔——慧眼识珠,当即以70美元买下了这篇小说,它就是海因莱因的短篇杰作《生命线》(Life-Line)。
在《生命线》中,海因莱因将人生描绘成一条“粉红色虫子”,从遥远的过去一直通向未来。现时只是这条“虫子”的某个断面,人们完全可以从这个断面推测出“虫子”的首尾,也就是人的过去与未来。
海因莱因的第一篇作品就显示了与众不同的才华。对此,美国着名科幻评论家詹姆斯·冈恩这样评论道:“海因莱因在32岁时找到了自己的职业;而与此同时,坎贝尔则找到了他的明星作家。”
海因莱因开始连续发表作品,《镇魂曲》、《宇宙》、《光暴》……仅仅半年之后,海因莱因就已经是科幻小说界有声望的作家了。
二战后,海因莱因开始在美国一流文艺刊物《星期六晚邮报》上连载他的未来学系列《地球的绿色山丘》。这次连载可以算是美国科幻的一个历史性事件,它标志着科幻小说从廉价的三流读物向高级的娱乐作品的跃升。海因莱因在这段时间为青少年创作的《伽利略号火箭飞船》(1947)同样也是一部标志性作品,它的内容为1950年的科幻电影《目的地:月球》所采用,而这部电影正是20世纪50年代科幻电影开始繁荣的起点。
50年代中期到60年代中期,是海因莱因科幻创作的鼎盛期,这期间创作了一系列高水准的科幻长篇,其中《双星》(Double,1956)、《星船伞兵》(Starship Troopers,1959)、《异乡异客》(Stranger in a Strange Land,1961)以及《月亮是一个严厉的女人》(The Moon in a Harsh Mistress,1966)四部获得了着名的雨果奖。
海因莱因一生创作了十多部短篇科幻小说集、三十多部长篇科幻小说,其中《异乡异客》仅在美国就卖出了七百万册;1946年、1961年、1976年,海因莱因三次被邀为世界科幻大会的主宾;世界科幻小说协会从1974年起开始不定期颁发“科幻大师奖”,海因莱因是第一个赢得“大师”称号的科幻作家。
1988年,海因莱因因病逝世。美国华盛顿特区为表彰他的杰出贡献,特别为他颁发了“杰出公民勋章”。


内容提要:(Excerpts)

One minute, down and out actor Lorenzo Smythe was -- as usual -- in a bar, drinking away his troubles as he watched his career go down the tubes. Then a space pilot bought him a drink, and the next thing Smythe knew, he was shanghaied to Mars.

Suddenly he found himself agreeing to the most difficult role of his career: impersonating an important politician who had been kidnapped. Peace with the Martians was at stake -- failure to pull off the act could result in interplanetary war. And Smythe's own life was on the line -- for if he wasn't assassinated, there was always the possibility that he might be trapped in his new role forever!



本书评论:(Reviews)

One of Heinlein's top three
September 15, 2003
Reviewer: John S. Ryan


The other two are _The Door into Summer_ and _The Moon is a Harsh Mistress_. Heinlein also wrote a handful of near-great novels as well as some third-tier stuff that I don't care about rereading. (And his nonfiction, unlike Asimov's, isn't worth the paper it's printed on.) But these three novels are magisterial, and as close to perfect as anything he ever wrote.

This time out, our "hero" is Lawrence Smith a.k.a. Lorenzo "Lorrie" Smythe a.k.a. "The Great Lorenzo", a self-important and out-of-work actor who, at least initially, isn't all that heroic. He's approached about a job, and it turns out to involve serving as a double for a famous statesman in a public appearance. The rest you'll have to read for yourself.

It's a fast-moving, well-paced, meaty story, and it raises all sorts of fascinating questions about personal identity, character, and such. And Heinlein handles it all very deftly. Smith (why _are_ so many of his characters named "Smith"?) contends at one point that in order for an actor to portray a character properly, s/he has to _become_ the character, and it's impossible to do so without coming to like the character somewhat. Well, that's just what Heinlein does here with Smith himself. (Another of Heinlein's Smiths would later describe this process as "grokking".)

Oh, there are a few soapboxy bits, but they don't interfere much with the story. For example, at one or two points we get a few pseudo-profound quotations from statesman John Joseph Bonforte that sound suspiciously like Heinlein himself at his tub-thumpingly silliest (or perhaps some lost excerpts from the notebooks of Lazarus Long, which may be another way of saying the same thing). But it's kept under control. (In other words, this is not _Starship Troopers_ or _Farnham's Freehold_.)

This is one of Heinlein's finest and most tightly constructed tales, and almost fifty years after its publication it still holds up well. This is the master at his best -- and his best was very, very good.

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