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英文心得..幫我刪減一下-20點

In a Station of the Metro" Apparition means ghost, phantom. The Metro is the name of the subway system in Paris. And subway gives me the image of dark, dirty, packed, jammed, and busy. The speaker saw a bunch of people coming out of the train, with no expressions on their faces, like ghosts. Though they are in a modern world, taking a train, they seem to be absent-minded. They don't pay much attention to the surroundings around them. Rush in, and rush out, catching up their times. They never stop to think why they are in such a hurry. They don't have destinations, just like apparition. Or maybe they are indifferent, detached to the society. "The apparition of these faces" gives me the idea that they are cold, care nothing but themselves. Hanging around, but do nothing good to the society. The interpretations on the web site, however, are quite different from mine. It said the faces are apparitions because the train is moving. If the train stops, they are not apparitions any longer? I don't think so. No matter the train stops or not, they are apparitions. Their hearts go away, just like "The Darkling Thrush," "All mankind that haunted nigh." People are like ghosts. "Petals on a wet, black bough." Are there a lot of petals or not? Why "wet"? In my imagination, there are a lot of white petals on that black bough. It's a dark night, maybe midnight, and there is no moonlight. When wind blows, some of the petals fly away. The interpretation on the web said that the petals are the faces, pink and sudden. The black bough resembles the long, dark train. I agree with that except the color of the petals is "white." Why? As far as I am concerned, white means pale. People in the station are tired, weary and exhausted. They could not help but hustle and bustle, and that's why they are pale. 這星期就要寫在考卷上..大約2-3行就必須完成..那位大哥大姐幫幫忙..

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這是我們老師叫我們看一首短詩..叫做In a station of the Metro

她是叫我們寫出隱喻的事情啦

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我是要英文的回答

不過你的翻譯太令人震撼了

找機會也給你分數

謝你先(你翻譯對我也有用)

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  • 匿名使用者
    2 0 年前
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    People are coming out of the train, with no expressions on their faces, like ghosts.They don't pay much attention to the surroundings around them. They could not help but hustle and bustle, and that's why they are pale like petals on a wet, black bough.

  • 匿名使用者
    2 0 年前

    In a Station of the Metro"

    “Metro” is the name of the subway system in Paris. Subway gives me the image of dark, dirty, packed, jammed, and busy. The speaker (或著poet) sees a bunch of people coming out of the train with no expressions on their ghost-like faces. Though they are taking train in a busy modern world, they seem to be absent-minded. They don't pay much attention to the surroundings. They rush in and out, catching up their times. They never stop to think why they are in such a hurry. They don't have destinations, just like apparition. Or maybe they are apathetic and detached from the society. "The apparition of these faces" gives me the idea that they are cold and care about nothing but themselves. They hang around, but do nothing good to the society.

    The interpretations on the web site, however, are quite different from mine. It said the faces are apparitions because the train is moving. If the train stops, they are not apparitions any longer? I don't think so. No matter the train stops or not, they are apparitions. (Their hearts go away, just like "The Darkling Thrush," "All mankind that haunted nigh." People are like ghosts.) 不太了解

    "Petals on a wet, black bough." Are there a lot of petals or not? Why "wet"? In my imagination, there are a lot of white petals on that black bough. It's a dark night, maybe midnight, and there is no moon light. When the wind blows, some of the petals fly away. The interpretation on the web said that the petals are the faces, pink and sudden. The black bough resembles the long, dark train. I agree with that except the color of the petals is "white." Why? As far as I am concerned, white means pale. People in the station are tired, weary and exhausted. They could not help but hustle and bustle, and that's why they are pale.

    可參考他人寫的:

    "Often, one gets lost in the monotony of every day life. Almost like robots, man falls into a pattern of doing the same things every day, from going to school or work, to coming home, to eating dinner. Instead of living lives, man lives routines. Rarely does one stop to notice, appreciate, or think about the beauty in simple things. "In a Station of the Metro," by Ezra Pound, expresses the speaker's sudden realization of the beauty he sees at a subway station in Paris. He watches as people get on and off trains and hurry to their destinations. In the two lines of the Imagist poem, Pound compares these people to something eerily beautiful and delicate-"petals on a wet, black bough" (2). Ezra Pound uses succinct diction and symbolism in "In a Station of the Metro" to convey an allegorical meaning related to rare, overlooked beauty in every day life."

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