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茶花女英文读后感

2014-12-19   读书心得   来源:   作者:   

  茶花女读后感

  每年冬天,当我看到阳台上那盆盛开的茶花时,在欣喜欢之余不免感慨万千……

  今天才真正领略了《茶花女》这部世界名著给人带来的震撼力,初中时就读过这本书,只是那时还未能真正的完全理解.再次读它时,我的心在读后很久仍颤抖不已。我不知道几百年来它使多少人同情和伤心地落下了眼泪,但它确实让我长久不息地难过和同情。

  无疑,这是一段感人肺腑的,悲壮凄惨而让人同情的,美好的爱情,尤其在十九世纪中期资产阶级社会早期世态炎凉中,赤裸裸金钱关系的那个社会,更让人赞叹不已。那些真挚的感情对白让每一个有过恋爱经历的人身临其境,渐渐地把主人公与自己融为一体,能够设身处地地为他们的恋爱着想,为他们的欢乐而轻松,为他们的悲剧而沉重。

  玛格丽特,一个在巴黎混迹与烟花柳巷的风尘女子,一个身染重病沉疴的女子,一个过惯了穷奢极侈生活的女子,似乎是不应该有真正的爱情的。他似乎只应该有商业的感情,而不应该从中解脱出来,去收获真正的爱情,灵魂上的慰藉。而一旦获得,似乎就预示着一个悲剧的开始。她们这样的人平时只能沉醉在纸迷金醉的物质生活中,尽力掩饰和逃避真情的流露,而一旦确定了真爱归宿,便会毅然去追寻争取。玛格丽特就是这样的女子。

  阿尔芒,似乎十分喜欢玛格丽特。实际上,他也确实十分爱着那个女人。可是他那多疑的性格(或许每个男人都具有),却让他实际上造成了这场悲剧。他貌似很坚定地追求着这段爱情,却实际上很软弱。他未能最终说服和反抗父亲的逼迫,尽管他做了努力。尤其是当玛格丽特离开他后,做了N伯爵的情人后,他那糊涂的判断力和可耻的侮辱行为,让我恨不能把他撕下来痛扁一顿。他自始至终没有拿出果断的勇气来追求他们的幸福。他没有在玛格丽特放弃时候强迫她重拾起爱情的信心,而这种强迫我可以肯定玛格丽特是很愿意接受的。

  这段爱情自始至终就没有一个坚实的经济基础,似乎注定了他们的悲剧。但我认为这并不是主要原因,因为玛格丽特最后已经放弃那每年十多万法郎的生活,而跟随阿尔芒去过那田园的平民的生活。而此时,经济已不再是问题了。还是阿尔芒不果断地去强迫她,离开巴黎,去另外一个环境去忘记过去。而实际上,他有很多机会可以这样做。

  这让我想起了杜十娘的悲剧,尽管阿尔芒好过千百倍那个秀才。但结果无疑是可悲的,男主人公是这悲剧的原因之一。

  不知为什么,我总有一股同情这种人的情怀。晚上,当我正在为阿尔芒气愤的时候,有人却冒出了一句:换了我也会这样做,因为她是妓女。我立刻反驳他,我决定这并不是原因,如果他们是真心相爱的。

  我为茶花女而深深的哀痛……

  茶花女英文读后感

  Those Beautiful Flowers

  ---Book Review: “Camille”

  I read the Chinese version of “Camille” a few years ago. At that time I was deeply moved by the main character Marguerite Gautier. “Camille” or “The Lady of the Camellias” by Alexandre Dumas, fils, is the story of Marguerite Gautier, a young courtesan, or kept woman, in Paris in the mid 1800's, and how she falls in love with a young man, Armand Duval, and then tries to escape from her questionable past. Unfortunately, it comes back to haunt her and she ends up returning to that life and dies painfully and alone, but with the knowledge that she was a noble woman at heart. When I first began to read the book, I did not care for Marguerite or her attitude or lifestyle, but as I got further into the narrative, I realized that her saucy attitude was a front to cover the lonely woman that she really was. She felt used, abused and unloved, until the gentle Armand Duval came into her life and showed her that he loved her as a person and not for what she could do for him. It must have taken great courage for Marguerite to leave the life she had lived for so long, knowing all along that it was probably too good to be true and would not last indefinitely. And it also showed that Marguerite really loved Armand Duval for she could even change herself for him.

  However, happiness didn’t last for long. When M. Duval, Armand's father, came to her, pleading for her to leave Armand to save both Armand's reputation and that of his younger innocent sister, Marguerite saw a way to become pure of heart, if not in body. She felt that it was her duty, because she loved Armand so much, to do this even though it meant giving up her own happiness and hurting Armand temporarily. She reluctantly returned to her former life, knowing that some day Armand would forgive her. Sadly, she died in debt and basically alone, except for her one female friend, Julie Duprat, who helped her during her illness. She had her journal sent to Armand after her death, explaining why she had made the choices she had. I think Dumas's last few lines about Marguerite being the exception, not the rule were quite true, and I also agreed with his view that while her lifestyle could not be condoned, we as a society assume that all of these type of women are cold and heartless, while this may not always be the case. A person can make the wrong choices in life when they are young, and try to redeem themselves, but sometimes past situations prevent them from changing their lives, even though they desperately wish to do so. This applies to both men and women in many different types of circumstances: involvement in crime; drug or alcohol abuse; gambling; prostitution; financial problems; poor marriage choices; etc. And this is the fact, which exists in the whole society.

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