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小飛俠英文版心得報告

請問有沒有人有小飛俠ㄉ英文版阿?

因為..

我找ㄅ到耶?

拜託!!

如果有人可ㄅ可以打一篇給我看看ㄋ??

最好是附加英文心得!!

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也可以聯絡我!!

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  • 1 0 年前
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    先給你五篇,你可從中選出你要的句子,若不夠再告訴我...(我個人認為第5篇不錯喲!!)1.This is the book the newest Peter Pan movie was based off of and what drew me to it. It's an excellent book, but if you're looking for a book to read to your children or for one they can read, this is not the one. It's difficult to understand, but it's possible. Being a huge fan of the movie, the way things turned out in the book were a little disappointing. However, it's still a great book and was worth the purchase, even if it is written a little strange (that's how they wrote back then, I suppose). I give it a 4 out of 5 only because it's a bit difficult to read. :)2.Sir James M. Barrie's tale of the boy who was eternal youth has delighted children (and kids of all ages) for several generations-even inspiring a live television special in the 1960's. Opening in the night nursery of #14 (street unnamed) in London, the tale introduces readers to the Darling family: Father, the proud bread-winner and keeper of the check book; Mother, who is all maternal solicitude for her 3 children. The household also includes a nanny (a Saint Bernard named Nana) and a pert little maid, Eliza. When the Darlings go out for the evening (only as far as #27) Father locks up Nana outside, thus leaving the children unprotected from their own imaginations and the private agenda of fantasy boy named Peter Pan. Accompanied by his mischievous fairy companion, Tinkerbell, Peter flies through the nursery window-to hear the end of a story and to retrieve his shadow. Once awakened the children are eager to explore Neverland with their exciting new friend, who obligingly teaches them how to fly--though Tinkerbell is jealous of Wendy and plots her undoing. Without a thought for the panic and remorse of their parents, the children depart for the Island of Neverland, where they experience many dangerous adventures with the Lost Boys, Redskins, Pirates and wild animals. Even the mermaids cannot be trusted. There is a surprising amount of violence in this tale, with two attempts at poisoning and considerable shedding of blood. Barrie stresses the importance of a Mother in the lives of children; even the pirates wistfully would like to keep Wendy for their mother. A mother can darn holes and tell such wonderful bedtime stories-besides looking out for the health and general well being of her family. This is contrasted with the selfish, carefree attitude of children, who naturally do not consider their parents' feelings. Peter in particular is fearfully cocky about his ability to function superbly without maternal support-all this with just his baby teeth! Making a virtue of never growing up, Peter vows to never attend school, work in an office or wear a top hat; he proceeds on his merry way, crowing with delight at his invincibility, heedless of the number of feminine hearts that he is breaking meanwhile. The character of James Hook, once a private school gentleman-scholar, is more complex, since he is tormented by traditional ideas of good and bad form. Perhaps his ultimate fate is a reprieve from his lifelong struggle between the Pirate and the Gentleman. A charming children's classic about Youth, Joy and Freedom from responsibility, this story never fails to entertain! This edition is enhanced by the superbly fanciful illustrations. 3.J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan is a haunting tale of the adventure and dreams of a boy who refused to grow up for fear he would forget how to live. Peter lives in Neverland with his fairy, Tinkerbell, and the Lost Boys. One night he visits the nursery of Wendy, Michael, and John Darling to hear Wendy's marvelous stories, and asks Wendy to come to Neverland to tell stories and be a mother to the Lost Boys. Entranced by thoughts of pirates, mermaids, and fairies, Wendy, Michael, and John embark on an amazing adventure into a world so unlike ours, leaving only an open window for their parents sleep by every night in hopes of their return. When in Neverland Wendy encounters adventures full of excitment and sorrow, but when the time comes for her to return home, she leaves behind Peter Pan with only the bittersweet memory of their time.4. It doesn't surprise me particularly that the book "Peter Pan" (or, as it was originally titled, "Peter Pan and Wendy") is not read very often by children. Today kids have their Peter Pan animated movies, live action movies, television shows (of which the less said the better), musicals, stage plays, and what have you. There are a million different versions of the story out there, so it's no wonder the children feel that they don't need to read the original tale. I myself read it for the first time just now at the ancient age of 26, though I had been warned away from it many times. I knew about its more peculiar aspects (for example, that whole business involving Mrs. Darling's "kiss") so these didn't always shock or surprise me. They just weirded me out from time to time. What really did catch me unawares though was the wit in the book. This tale has its peculiarities, no question. But it also has amazing snatches of excellent writing. I just wish it had more of the latter and less of the former. As every good schoolchild knows (or is liable to learn from Disney) Peter Pan is the boy who does not age. Living in Neverland, a kind of ageless fantasy-burg for kids, he is attended by the silly Tinkerbell, a fairy prone to continually shouting, "You silly ass". When Peter looses his shadow in the home of the Darling family, he meets Wendy for the first time. Wendy is entranced by Peter and with the promise of stories he agrees to take her and her brothers Michael and John with him to Neverland. While there, the kids encounter mermaids, pirates, Indians, and great swashbuckling adventures. They meet the Lost Boys and come face to face with the dreaded Captain Hook. But in the end everyone must grow up. Everyone, that is, but Peter Pan. INTERESTING FACTS THEY NEVER TELL YOU ABOUT THE BOOK "PETER PAN": 1. Smee is declared to be the only Nonconformist in Hook's crew. 2. The fairies will occasionally stumble, "home from an orgy". 3. Tinker Bell is prone to wearing a negligee. 4. Hook attended private school and is said to bear a resemblance in his manner and dress to Charles II. 5. Peter Pan is an awful bore. Readers of "Peter Pan" have to face up to several indisputable facts when perusing the tale. First of all, Peter's not that great a guy. I mean, it's a lot of fun to swoop around fighting bad guys and playing around all the time, but Peter's got a nasty streak about him. He's conceited and cruel (laughing when Wendy's brothers plunge out of the sky to their near deaths time and time again). He hates mothers as a rule and even goes so far as to try to trick Wendy into thinking her mother has forgotten her (though he repents at the last minute). He forgets anyone who loves him and is a combination of the worst aspects of all children. This isn't to say that his book doesn't make for interesting reading. I mean, it's not hard to work your way through "Peter Pan" and it has a lot of rewards. Barrie has an odd habit of sometimes getting wrapped up in his own peculiar thoughts for a moment before rushing back to the story in a hurry. The book is thoroughly English, containing such sentences as, "children at play are for ever beaching their coracles". Decipherable, but odd. If it weren't for statements like the ones about Mrs. Darling's kiss (creepy city) it would be an idea book. To my mind, it could stand a thorough editing job. As an author Barrie doesn't really seem sure as to who he's rooting for. One moment he's cruelly mocking Mrs. Darling and the next he's calling the children, "heartless" for leaving her in the first place. No one familiar with the peculiarities of J.M. Barrie's personal life should be surprised by the book's moral. Mainly, that growing up is bad. This is the kind of moral kids like to hear and grown-ups, who idealize children in unhealthy ways, think is good. J.M. Barrie was perfectly aware of the cruelty of kids, but seemed to think it a good thing. When Wendy, her brothers, and the Lost Boys grow up it's written as a tragedy of epic proportions. For a healthier view of maturity, check out Madeline L'Engle's, "A Wind In the Door". Aside from its moral, however, "Peter Pan" is definitely a classic. It has influenced countless people around the globe for roughly a century. It has become a part of our culture and is vastly adored. I cannot love it wholly because I feel that it is a flawed novel. Nonetheless, I give credit where credit is due and say that it is one of the necessary books to read in the English language. If you have not familiarized yourself with it yet then you are denying yourself access to an important work. Lord, it isn't great, but it's well written and interesting. Few books can say as much.5. "All children, except one, grow up." Peter Pan is a great book written by Sir James M. Barrie. The protagonist, Peter Pan is a boy that will never grow up and who ends up taking the three Darling children; Wendy, John, and Michael with him to his home in Neverland."Second to the right and straight on till morning." That was the direction Peter gave to Wendy, to the star, Neverland. The four of them fly there with Tink's fairy dust through the cold and dark night's sky. Almost in reach of Neverland, Peter's enemy pirates fire the canon, Long Tom, at Wendy, leaving her to plunge to her death. Peter Pan's archenemy is the antagonist, James Hook. Hook, captain of the pirates of Neverland, has been trying to get revenge on Peter, after he cut off Hooks hand and fed it to giant crocodile. Where Captain's hand was, now hangs a silver needle sharp hook. They will both end up fighting for their lives with help of Peter's Lost Boys, Hook's partner, Smee, and the three Darling children.Will Wendy fall to her death? Will Peter shake hooks hook or will Captain lose the other one? Read Peter Pan by Sir James M. Barrie to find out.

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  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前

    在縣立圖書館裡面,或是比較大的圖書館都可以借的到,我之前就有去借,可是已經還回去了,有時候借書也滿快的喔!

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