高一英语作文：Norwegian Wood 3000字
发布时间: 2019年09月09日 10:38:40
高壹英语作文：Norwegian Wood 3000字
i was thirty-seven then, strapped in my seat as the huge 747 plunged through dense cloud cover on approach to the hamburg airport. cold november rains drenched the earth and lent everything the gloomy air of a flemish landscape: the ground crew ran gear, a flag atop a squat airport building, a bmw billboard. so germany again.
once the plane was on the ground soft music began to flow from the ceiling speakers: a sweet orchestral cover version of the beatles norwegian wood . the melody never failed to send a shudder through me, but this time it hit me harder than ever.
i bent forward in my seat, face in hands to keep my skull from splitting open. before long one of the german stewardesses approached and asked in english if i was sick. no, i said, just dizzy
are you sure?
yes, i m sure. thanks.
she smiled and left, and the music changed to a billy joel tune. i straightened up and looked out the plane window at the dark clouds hanging over the north sea, thinking of what i had lost in the course of my life: times gone forever, friends who had died or disappeared, feelings i would never know again.
她于是莞尔壹笑，转身走开。音乐变成彼利 乔的曲子。我直起了腰，望着北海上空阴沉沉的云层，浮想联翩。我想起自己在过去人生旅途中失去的许多东西 蹉跎的岁月，死去或离去的人们无可追回的懊悔。
the plane reached the gate. people began unlatching their seatbelts and pulling baggage from the storage bins, and all the while i was in the meadow. i could smell the grass, feel the wind on my face, hear the cries of the birds. autumn 1969,and soon i wou1d be twenty.
true, given time enough, i can bring back her face. i start joining image-her tiny, cold hand; her straight, black hair so smooth and cool to the touch; a soft, rounded earlobe and the microscopic mole just beneath it; the camels hair coat she wore in the winter; her habit of looking straight into your eyes when asking a question; the slight trembling that would come to her voice now and then -and suddenly her face is there, always in profile at first, because naoko and i were always out waking together, side by side. then she turns to me, and smiles, and tilts her head just a bit, and begins to speak, and she looks into my eyes as if trying to catch the image of a minnow that has darted across the pool of a m1impid spring.
i do need that time, though for naoko s face to appear. and as the years have passed, the time has grown longer. the sad truth is that what i could recall in five seconds all too soon needed ten, then thirty, then a full minute like shadows lengthening at dusk. someday, i suppose, the shadows will be swallowed up in darkness. there is no way around it: my memory is growing ever more distant from the spot where naoko used to stand-ever more distant from the spot where my old self used to stand. and nothing but scenery, that view of the meadow in october, returns again and again to me 1ike a symbolic scene in a movie. each time it appears, it delivers a kick to some part of my mind. wale up, it says. i m still here! wake up and think about it. think about why i m still here. the kicking never hurt me. there s no pain at all. just a hollow sound that echoes with each kick. and even that is bound to fade one day. at the hamburg airport, though, the kicks were longer and harder than usual which is why i am writing this book: to think. to understand! it just happens to be the way i m made. i have to write things down to feel i fully comprehend them.
但是，让直子的面影在我脑海中浮现出来，我总是需要壹点时间。而且，随着岁月的流逝，所需的时间愈来愈长。这固然令人悲哀，但事实就是如此。起初5秒即可想起，渐次变成10秒、30秒、1分钟。它延长得那样迅速，竟同夕阳下的阴影壹般，并将很快消融在冥冥夜s之中。哦，原来我的记忆正在同直子原来站立的位置步步远离，甚至逐渐远离自己壹度站过的位置。而惟独1风景，惟独1那p10月草地的风景，宛如电影中的象征xing镜头，在我的脑际反复推出。并且那风景执着地连连踢我的脑袋，说着： 起来，我可还在这里哟！起来，起来想想，思考壹下我为什么还在这里。 不过这种踢法壹点也不痛，壹脚踢来，只是发出空洞的声响。甚至这声响或迟或早也将杳然远逝。但是在这汉堡机场，它们踢得比往常更长久、更有力：起来，理解我！惟其如此，我才动笔写这篇文字。我必须形诸文字，才能弄得水落石出。