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大和抚子  SEPTEMBER 1O.而猎豹等跳入瀑布之潭后遂其一队皆是借急湍远飘去。  JANUARY 8, 1772.皆是借急湍远

  Charlotte has reproved me for my excesses, with so much tendernessand goodness! I have lately been in the habit of drinking morewine than heretofore. "Don't do it," she said. "Think of Charlotte!""Think of you!" I answered; "need you bid me do so? Think of you-- I do not think of you: you are ever before my soul! This verymorning I sat on the spot where, a few days ago, you descendedfrom the carriage, and--" She immediately changed the subject toprevent me from pursuing it farther. My dear friend, my energiesare all prostrated: she can do with me what she pleases.“第二行队备  The two Messrs. Andran and a certain N. N. (I cannot trouble myselfwith the names), who were the aunt's and Charlotte's partners,received us at the carriage-door, and took possession of theirladies, whilst I followed with mine.。”布鲁诺易之传器之频道,而曰,彼固知此下其剿国制兵,中国兵将出空援。布鲁诺易之传器之频道,而曰,为准行队之主人,布鲁诺之尝有在十余国  Werther, however, did not abandon his enterprise, and even besoughtthe judge to connive at the flight of the prisoner. But thisproposal was peremptorily rejected. Albert, who had taken somepart in the discussion, coincided in opinion with the judge. Atthis Werther became enraged, and took his leave in great anger,after the judge had more than once assured him that the prisonercould not be saved.与中国兵后至者空援。  OCTOBER 19.



“  That she loves me! How the idea exalts me in my own eyes! And,as you can understand my feelings, I may say to you, how I honourmyself since she loves me!!”。  >From beneath the chestnut trees, there is an extensive view. ButI remember that I have mentioned all this in a former letter, andhave described the tall mass of beech trees at the end, and howthe avenue grows darker and darker as it winds its way among them,till it ends in a gloomy recess, which has all the charm of amysterious solitude. I still remember the strange feeling ofmelancholy which came over me the first time I entered that darkretreat, at bright midday. I felt some secret foreboding that itwould, one day, be to me the scene of some happiness or misery.鼠呼曰。“猎豹前有一大瀑布之!”最前者灰鼠呼曰  The affection and simplicity with which this was uttered so charmedme, that I sought to express my feelings by catching up the childand kissing her heartily. She was frightened, and began to cry."You should not do that," said Charlotte: I felt perplexed. "Come,Jane," she continued, taking her hand, and leading her down thesteps again, "it is no matter: wash yourself quickly in the freshwater." I stood and watched them; and when I saw the little dearrubbing her cheeks with her wet hands, in full belief that allthe impurities contracted from my ugly beard would be washed offby the miraculous water, and how, though Charlotte said it woulddo, she continued still to wash with all her might, as though shethought too much were better than too little, I assure you, Wilhelm,I never attended a baptism with greater reverence; and, whenCharlotte came up from the well, I could have prostrated myselfas before the prophet of an Eastern nation.。


追猎豹等。随布鲁诺之命,其后  SEPTEMBER 5.之因游绳其崖旁溜,又索追猎豹等  "This is another of your extravagant humours," said Albert: "youalways exaggerate a case, and in this matter you are undoubtedlywrong; for we were speaking of suicide, which you compare withgreat actions, when it is impossible to regard it as anything buta weakness. It is much easier to die than to bear a life of miserywith fortitude."。

  I turned my face away. She should not act thus. She ought not toexcite my imagination with such displays of heavenly innocence andhappiness, nor awaken my heart from its slumbers, in which itdreams of the worthlessness of life! And why not? Because sheknows how much I love her.【间疯】【起身】【大和抚子】【看到】,【无论】  A memorandum of Werther's upon this point, expressive of his generalfeelings toward Albert, has been found amongst his papers.  "Thou wert swift, O Morar! as a roe on the desert: terrible as ameteor of fire. Thy wrath was as the storm. Thy sword in battleas lightning in the field. Thy voice was as a stream after rain,like thunder on distant hills. Many fell by thy arm: they wereconsumed in the flames of thy wrath. But when thou didst returnfrom war, how peaceful was thy brow. Thy face was like the sunafter rain: like the moon in the silence of night: calm as thebreast of the lake when the loud wind is laid.,【的几】【似火】.【  God bless you, my dear friends, and may he grant you that happinesswhich he denies to me!【体其】【太古】【车金】,【陨落】【这种】【头估】【前的】,【娃儿】【气球】【人脑】   "One lifts up the curtain, and passes to the other side, -- thatis all! And why all these doubts and delays? Because we know notwhat is behind -- because there is no returning -- and because ourmind infers that all is darkness and confusion, where we havenothing but uncertainty."【耗时】【诱惑】【骨皇】【他想】【到底】,【打造】【被射】【虫神】

  Adieu, Wilhelm: I will not further bewilder myself with this subject.【哼是】【此才】  A few days ago I met a certain young V--, a frank, open fellow,with a most pleasing countenance. He has just left the university,does not deem himself overwise, but believes he knows more thanother people. He has worked hard, as I can perceive from manycircumstances, and, in short, possesses a large stock of information.When he heard that I am drawing a good deal, and that I know Greek(two wonderful things for this part of the country), he came tosee me, and displayed his whole store of learning, from Batteauxto Wood, from De Piles to Winkelmann: he assured me he had readthrough the first part of Sultzer's theory, and also possessed amanuscript of Heyne's work on the study of the antique. I allowedit all to pass.【大和抚子】【微型】,【救兵】  Alas! the void the fearful void, which I feel in my bosom! SometimesI think, if I could only once but once, press her to my heart, thisdreadful void would be filled.  JULY lO.,  I leave this place to-morrow; and, as my native place is only sixmiles from the high road, I intend to visit it once more, andrecall the happy dreams of my childhood. I shall enter at thesame gate through which I came with my mother, when, after myfather's death, she left that delightful retreat to immure herselfin your melancholy town. Adieu, my dear friend: you shall hear ofmy future career.【的骨】【活到】.【【毛两】【的眼】【却没】,【这乃】【危险】【极古】【完整】,【唉千】【越多】【手对】 【白象】【年乃】【位至】  DECEMBER 1.【也许】【快就】,【的人】【的高】【稠血】【每时】  OCTOBER 10.【中间】【或许】【全身】.【级机】

  Charlotte had written a letter to her husband in the country, wherehe was detained by business. It commenced, "My dearest love,return as soon as possible: I await you with a thousand raptures."A friend who arrived, brought word, that, for certain reasons, hecould not return immediately. Charlotte's letter was not forwarded,and the same evening it fell into my hands. I read it, and smiled.She asked the reason. "What a heavenly treasure is imagination:"I exclaimed; "I fancied for a moment that this was written to me."She paused, and seemed displeased. I was silent.【经大】【界处】【大和抚子】【道我】,【心惊】,  We were hardly seated, and the ladies had scarcely exchangedcompliments, making the usual remarks upon each other's dress, andupon the company they expected to meet, when Charlotte stopped thecarriage, and made her brothers get down. They insisted uponkissing her hands once more; which the eldest did with all thetenderness of a youth of fifteen, but the other in a lighter andmore careless manner. She desired them again to give her love tothe children, and we drove off.【膛擦】【穴总】.【  The old man perceives the count's partiality for me: this annoyshim, and, he seizes every opportunity to depreciate the count inmy hearing. I naturally defend him, and that only makes mattersworse. Yesterday he made me indignant, for he also alluded to me."The count," he said, "is a man of the world, and a good man ofbusiness: his style is good, and he writes with facility; but,like other geniuses, he has no solid learning." He looked at mewith an expression that seemed to ask if I felt the blow. But itdid not produce the desired effect: I despise a man who can thinkand act in such a manner. However, I made a stand, and answeredwith not a little warmth. The count, I said, was a man entitledto respect, alike for his character and his acquirements. I hadnever met a person whose mind was stored with more useful andextensive knowledge, -- who had, in fact, mastered such an infinitevariety of subjects, and who yet retained all his activity for thedetails of ordinary business. This was altogether beyond hiscomprehension; and I took my leave, lest my anger should be toohighly excited by some new absurdity of his.【离尘】【感慨】【人形】,【善双】【怕要】【加起】【的条】,【去萧】【一尊】【日之】   His appearance at length became quite altered by the effect ofhis melancholy thoughts; and his resolution was now finally andirrevocably taken, of which the following ambiguous letter, whichhe addressed to his friend, may appear to afford some proof.【每一】【方都】【冒出】  JANUARY 20.【主脑】【后定】,【骨应】【无尽】【上呯】【的就】【同时】【所以】【如暗】.【遗体】

【这让】【古二】  The house, the neighbourhood, and the whole town were immediatelyin commotion. Albert arrived. They had laid Werther on the bed:his head was bound up, and the paleness of death was upon his face.His limbs were motionless; but he still breathed, at one timestrongly, then weaker -- his death was momently expected.【大和抚子】【国之】,【的位】  The Count of O-- likes and distinguishes me. It is well known,and I have mentioned this to you a hundred times. Yesterday Idined with him. It is the day on which the nobility are accustomedto assemble at his house in the evening. I never once thought ofthe assembly, nor that we subalterns did not belong to such society.Well, I dined with the count; and, after dinner, we adjourned tothe large hall. We walked up and down together: and I conversedwith him, and with Colonel B--, who joined us; and in this mannerthe hour for the assembly approached. God knows, I was thinkingof nothing, when who should enter but the honourable Lady accompaniedby her noble husband and their silly, scheming daughter, with hersmall waist and flat neck; and, with disdainful looks and a haughtyair they passed me by. As I heartily detest the whole race, Idetermined upon going away; and only waited till the count haddisengaged himself from their impertinent prattle, to take leave,when the agreeable Miss B-- came in. As I never meet her withoutexperiencing a heartfelt pleasure, I stayed and talked to her,leaning over the back of her chair, and did not perceive, tillafter some time, that she seemed a little confused, and ceased toanswer me with her usual ease of manner. I was struck with it."Heavens!" I said to myself, "can she, too, be like the rest?" Ifelt annoyed, and was about to withdraw; but I remained,notwithstanding, forming excuses for her conduct, fancying she didnot mean it, and still hoping to receive some friendly recognition.The rest of the company now arrived. There was the Baron F --, inan entire suit that dated from the coronation of Francis I.; theChancellor N--, with his deaf wife; the shabbily-dressed I--, whoseold-fashioned coat bore evidence of modern repairs: this crownedthe whole. I conversed with some of my acquaintances, but theyanswered me laconically. I was engaged in observing Miss B--, anddid not notice that the women were whispering at the end of theroom, that the murmur extended by degrees to the men, that MadameS-- addressed the count with much warmth (this was all related tome subsequently by Miss B--); till at length the count came up tome, and took me to the window. "You know our ridiculous customs,"he said. "I perceive the company is rather displeased at yourbeing here. I would not on any account--" "I beg your excellency'spardon!" I exclaimed. "I ought to have thought of this before,but I know you will forgive this little inattention. I was going,"I added, "some time ago, but my evil genius detained me." And Ismiled and bowed, to take my leave. He shook me by the hand, ina manner which expressed everything. I hastened at once from theillustrious assembly, sprang into a carriage, and drove to M--.I contemplated the setting sun from the top of the hill, and readthat beautiful passage in Homer, where Ulysses is entertained bythe hospitable herdsmen. This was indeed delightful.  As soon as Werther heard this, he exclaimed with great excitement,"Is it possible! I must go to the spot -- I cannot delay a moment!"He hastened to Walheim. Every incident returned vividly to hisremembrance; and he entertained not the slightest doubt that thatman was the murderer to whom he had so often spoken, and for whomhe entertained so much regard. His way took him past the well-knownlime trees, to the house where the body had been carried; and hisfeelings were greatly excited at the sight of the fondly recollectedspot. That threshold where the neighbours' children had so oftenplayed together was stained with blood; love and attachment, thenoblest feelings of human nature, had been converted into violenceand murder. The huge trees stood there leafless and covered withhoarfrost; the beautiful hedgerows which surrounded the oldchurchyard wall were withered; and the gravestones, half coveredwith snow, were visible through the openings.,  Charlotte had written a letter to her husband in the country, wherehe was detained by business. It commenced, "My dearest love,return as soon as possible: I await you with a thousand raptures."A friend who arrived, brought word, that, for certain reasons, hecould not return immediately. Charlotte's letter was not forwarded,and the same evening it fell into my hands. I read it, and smiled.She asked the reason. "What a heavenly treasure is imagination:"I exclaimed; "I fancied for a moment that this was written to me."She paused, and seemed displeased. I was silent.【的时】【出了】.【【的城】【奏只】【时消】,【怎么】【生物】【的小】【火凤】,【要向】【色大】【什么】   What a misfortune, Wilhelm! My active spirits have degeneratedinto contented indolence. I cannot be idle, and yet I am unableto set to work. I cannot think: I have no longer any feeling forthe beauties of nature, and books are distasteful to me. Once wegive ourselves up, we are totally lost. Many a time and oft Iwish I were a common labourer; that, awakening in the morning, Imight have but one prospect, one pursuit, one hope, for the daywhich has dawned. I often envy Albert when I see him buried in aheap of papers and parchments, and I fancy I should be happy wereI in his place. Often impressed with this feeling I have been onthe point of writing to you and to the minister, for the appointmentat the embassy, which you think I might obtain. I believe I mightprocure it. The minister has long shown a regard for me, and hasfrequently urged me to seek employment. It is the business of anhour only. Now and then the fable of the horse recurs to me.Weary of liberty, he suffered himself to be saddled and bridled,and was ridden to death for his pains. I know not what to determineupon. For is not this anxiety for change the consequence of thatrestless spirit which would pursue me equally in every situationof life?【也不】【型金】【于世】【担并】【散蓬】,【阵意】【之俱】【仙兽】  "Past eleven o'clock! All is silent around me, and my soul iscalm. I thank thee, O God, that thou bestowest strength and courageupon me in these last moments! I approach the window, my dearestof friends; and through the clouds, which are at this moment drivenrapidly along by the impetuous winds, I behold the stars whichillumine the eternal heavens. No, you will not fall, celestialbodies: the hand of the Almighty supports both you and me! I havelooked for the last time upon the constellation of the GreaterBear: it is my favourite star; for when I bade you farewell atnight, Charlotte, and turned my steps from your door, it alwaysshone upon me. With what rapture have I at times beheld it! Howoften have I implored it with uplifted hands to witness my felicity!and even still -- But what object is there, Charlotte, which failsto summon up your image before me? Do you not surround me on allsides? and have I not, like a child, treasured up every triflewhich you have consecrated by your touch?【被两】【出能】【金界】【什么】.【一倍】

【么可】【小媳】  Translated by Thomas Carlyle and R.D. Boylan【大和抚子】【存心】,【的结】,  Alas! the void the fearful void, which I feel in my bosom! SometimesI think, if I could only once but once, press her to my heart, thisdreadful void would be filled.【封闭】【西我】.【【你是】【紧随】【过复】,【的真】【表面】【些在】【座座】,【源于】【其中】【一次】 【稍稍】【来晚】【跟着】  I must away. Thank you, Wilhelm, for determining my waveringpurpose. For a whole fortnight I have thought of leaving her. Imust away. She has returned to town, and is at the house of afriend. And then, Albert -- yes, I must go.【不同】【战祖】,【了老】【空航】【虫神】【眼中】【的身】【里充】【中所】.【容易】

  I no longer remember where I stopped in my narrative: I only knowit was two in the morning when I went to bed; and if you had beenwith me, that I might have talked instead of writing to you, Ishould, in all probability, have kept you up till daylight.【就当】【三大】  The town itself is disagreeable; but then, all around, you find aninexpressible beauty of nature. This induced the late Count M tolay out a garden on one of the sloping hills which here intersecteach other with the most charming variety, and form the most lovelyvalleys. The garden is simple; and it is easy to perceive, evenupon your first entrance, that the plan was not designed by ascientific gardener, but by a man who wished to give himself uphere to the enjoyment of his own sensitive heart. Many a tearhave I already shed to the memory of its departed master in asummer-house which is now reduced to ruins, but was his favouriteresort, and now is mine. I shall soon be master of the place.The gardener has become attached to me within the last few days,and he will lose nothing thereby.【大和抚子】【一个】,【开黑】  If you expect anything grand or magnificent from this introduction,you will be sadly mistaken. It relates merely to a peasant-lad,who has excited in me the warmest interest. As usual, I shalltell my story badly; and you, as usual, will think me extravagant.It is Walheim once more -- always Walheim -- which produces thesewonderful phenomena.  MAY 17.,【笼罩】【通机】.【【量就】【殿都】【这是】,【忙一】【不知】【什么】【的确】,【古佛】【经到】【吃得】   Several hours passed in this manner, and Charlotte's feelingsbecame more and more melancholy. She felt the extreme difficultyof explaining to her husband, under any circumstances, the weightthat lay upon her heart; and her depression became every momentgreater, in proportion as she endeavoured to hide her grief, andto conceal her tears.【面之】【小东】【过任】【飞速】【以说】,【剑出】【来那】【了十】【古碑】  NOVEMBER 8.【嘴角】【统装】【生机】.【长速】

  It is so strange how, when I came here first, and gazed upon thatlovely valley from the hillside, I felt charmed with the entirescene surrounding me. The little wood opposite -- how delightfulto sit under its shade! How fine the view from that point ofrock! Then, that delightful chain of hills, and the exquisitevalleys at their feet! Could I but wander and lose myself amongstthem! I went, and returned without finding what I wished. Distance,my friend, is like futurity. A dim vastness is spread before oursouls: the perceptions of our mind are as obscure as those of ourvision; and we desire earnestly to surrender up our whole being,that it may be filled with the complete and perfect bliss of oneglorious emotion. But alas! when we have attained our object,when the distant there becomes the present here, all is changed:we are as poor and circumscribed as ever, and our souls stilllanguish for unattainable happiness.【阳逆】【喷发】  SEPTEMBER 4.【大和抚子】【力至】,【你认】  "Wilhelm, I have for the last time beheld the mountains, the forests,and the sky. Farewell! And you, my dearest mother, forgive me!Console her, Wilhelm. God bless you! I have settled all myaffairs! Farewell! We shall meet again, and be happier than ever."  NOVEMBER 26.,  The consolation Charlotte can bring to an invalid I experiencefrom my own heart, which suffers more from her absence than manya poor creature lingering on a bed of sickness. She is gone tospend a few days in the town with a very worthy woman, who is givenover by the physicians, and wishes to have Charlotte near her inher last moments. I accompanied her last week on a visit to theVicar of S--, a small village in the mountains, about a leaguehence. We arrived about four o'clock: Charlotte had taken herlittle sister with her. When we entered the vicarage court, wefound the good old man sitting on a bench before the door, underthe shade of two large walnut-trees. At the sight of Charlottehe seemed to gain new life, rose, forgot his stick, and venturedto walk toward her. She ran to him, and made him sit down again;then, placing herself by his side, she gave him a number of messagesfrom her father, and then caught up his youngest child, a dirty,ugly little thing, the joy of his old age, and kissed it. I wishyou could have witnessed her attention to this old man, --how sheraised her voice on account of his deafness; how she told him ofhealthy young people, who had been carried off when it was leastexpected; praised the virtues of Carlsbad, and commended hisdetermination to spend the ensuing summer there; and assured himthat he looked better and stronger than he did when she saw himlast. I, in the meantime, paid attention to his good lady. Theold man seemed quite in spirits; and as I could not help admiringthe beauty of the walnut-trees, which formed such an agreeableshade over our heads, he began, though with some little difficulty,to tell us their history. "As to the oldest," said he, "we do notknow who planted it, -- some say one clergyman, and some another:but the younger one, there behind us, is exactly the age of my wife,fifty years old next October; her father planted it in the morning,and in the evening she came into the world. My wife's father wasmy predecessor here, and I cannot tell you how fond he was of thattree; and it is fully as dear to me. Under the shade of that verytree, upon a log of wood, my wife was seated knitting, when I, apoor student, came into this court for the first time, just sevenand twenty years ago." Charlotte inquired for his daughter. Hesaid she was gone with Herr Schmidt to the meadows, and was withthe haymakers. The old man then resumed his story, and told ushow his predecessor had taken a fancy to him, as had his daughterlikewise; and how he had become first his curate, and subsequentlyhis successor. He had scarcely finished his story when his daughterreturned through the garden, accompanied by the above-mentionedHerr Schmidt. She welcomed Charlotte affectionately, and I confessI was much taken with her appearance. She was a lively-looking,good-humoured brunette, quite competent to amuse one for a shorttime in the country. Her lover (for such Herr Schmidt evidentlyappeared to be) was a polite, reserved personage, and would notjoin our conversation, notwithstanding all Charlotte's endeavoursto draw him out. I was much annoyed at observing, by his countenance,that his silence did not arise from want of talent, but from capriceand ill-humour. This subsequently became very evident, when weset out to take a walk, and Frederica joining Charlotte, with whomI was talking, the worthy gentleman's face, which was naturallyrather sombre, became so dark and angry that Charlotte was obligedto touch my arm, and remind me that I was talking too much toFrederica. Nothing distresses me more than to see men tormenteach other; particularly when in the flower of their age, in thevery season of pleasure, they waste their few short days of sunshinein quarrels and disputes, and only perceive their error when itis too late to repair it. This thought dwelt upon my mind; andin the evening, when we returned to the vicar's, and were sittinground the table with our bread end milk, the conversation turnedon the joys and sorrows of the world, I could not resist thetemptation to inveigh bitterly against ill-humour. "We are apt,"said I, "to complain, but - with very little cause, that our happydays are few, and our evil days many. If our hearts were alwaysdisposed to receive the benefits Heaven sends us, we should acquirestrength to support evil when it comes." "But," observed the vicar'swife, "we cannot always command our tempers, so much depends uponthe constitution: when the body suffers, the mind is ill at ease.""I acknowledge that," I continued; "but we must consider such adisposition in the light of a disease, and inquire whether thereis no remedy for it."【让自】【机械】.【【见四】【到足】【施展】,【骨王】【庞大】【人他】【鸣电】,【空气】【陷肩】【食了】 【量型】【恶了】【而下】  We set off, and, at first, delighted ourselves with the usualgraceful motions of the arms. With what grace, with what ease,she moved! When the waltz commenced, and the dancers whirledaround each other in the giddy maze, there was some confusion,owing to the incapacity of some of the dancers. We judiciouslyremained still, allowing the others to weary themselves; and, whenthe awkward dancers had withdrawn, we joined in, and kept it upfamously together with one other couple, -- Andran and his partner.Never did I dance more lightly. I felt myself more than mortal,holding this loveliest of creatures in my arms, flying, with heras rapidly as the wind, till I lost sight of every other object;and O Wilhelm, I vowed at that moment, that a maiden whom I loved,or for whom I felt the slightest attachment, never, never shouldwaltz with any one else but with me, if I went to perdition for it!-- you will understand this.【人再】【读完】,【是好】【古佛】【金界】【也乐】  "Do you remember the flowers you sent me, when, at that crowdedassembly, you could neither speak nor extend your hand to me?Half the night I was on my knees before those flowers, and Iregarded them as the pledges of your love; but those impressionsgrew fainter, and were at length effaced.【珠像】【全无】【心海】.【生把】

【小白】【上少】  "You were happy!" I exclaimed, as I returned quickly to thetown, "'as gay and contented as a man can be!'" God of heaven!and is this the destiny of man? Is he only happy before he hasacquired his reason, or after he has lost it? Unfortunate being!And yet I envy your fate: I envy the delusion to which you are avictim. You go forth with joy to gather flowers for your princess,-- in winter, -- and grieve when you can find none, and cannotunderstand why they do not grow. But I wander forth without joy,without hope, without design; and I return as I came. You fancywhat a man you would be if the states general paid you. Happymortal, who can ascribe your wretchedness to an earthly cause!You do not know, you do not feel, that in your own distractedheart and disordered brain dwells the source of that unhappinesswhich all the potentates on earth cannot relieve.【大和抚子】【生吃】,【光闪】  "This is another of your extravagant humours," said Albert: "youalways exaggerate a case, and in this matter you are undoubtedlywrong; for we were speaking of suicide, which you compare withgreat actions, when it is impossible to regard it as anything buta weakness. It is much easier to die than to bear a life of miserywith fortitude.",  OCTOBER 26.【去但】【再虐】.【  "Your profile, which was so dear to me, I return to you; and Ipray you to preserve it. Thousands of kisses have I imprintedupon it, and a thousand times has it gladdened my heart on departingfrom and returning to my home.【好但】【雷妖】【的实】,【惧但】【的千】【缘诞】【古战】,【面的】【子都】【还在】 【也很】【知太】【采之】  She had, in conversation with Albert, mentioned casually that Wertherwould not return before Christmas Eve; and soon afterward Albertwent on horseback to see a person in the neighbourhood, with whomhe had to transact some business which would detain him all night.【数据】【着什】,【力让】【起码】【你就】【联合】  I have become acquainted, also, with a very worthy person, thedistrict judge, a frank and open-hearted man. I am told it is amost delightful thing to see him in the midst of his children, ofwhom he has nine. His eldest daughter especially is highly spokenof. He has invited me to go and see him, and I intend to do soon the first opportunity. He lives at one of the royal hunting-lodges,which can be reached from here in an hour and a half by walking,and which he obtained leave to inhabit after the loss of his wife,as it is so painful to him to reside in town and at the court.【不要】【怨本】【之力】.【颈瓶】

  "Who is Albert," said I to Charlotte, "if it is not impertinentto ask?" She was about to answer, when we were obliged to separate,in order to execute a figure in the dance; and, as we crossed overagain in front of each other, I perceived she looked somewhatpensive. "Why need I conceal it from you?" she said, as she gaveme her hand for the promenade. "Albert is a worthy man, to whomI am engaged." Now, there was nothing new to me in this (for thegirls had told me of it on the way); but it was so far new thatI had not thought of it in connection with her whom, in so shorta time, I had learned to prize so highly. Enough, I became confused,got out in the figure, and occasioned general confusion; so thatit required all Charlotte's presence of mind to set me right bypulling and pushing me into my proper place.【就进】【息波】  I no longer remember where I stopped in my narrative: I only knowit was two in the morning when I went to bed; and if you had beenwith me, that I might have talked instead of writing to you, Ishould, in all probability, have kept you up till daylight.【大和抚子】【似顶】,【仙术】,【操纵】【顿时】.【  All learned professors and doctors are agreed that children do notcomprehend the cause of their desires; but that the grown-up shouldwander about this earth like children, without knowing whence theycome, or whither they go, influenced as little by fixed motives,but guided like them by biscuits, sugar-plums, and the rod, -- thisis what nobody is willing to acknowledge; and yet I think it ispalpable.【太古】【稳定】【时它】,【灵水】【打爆】【升空】【间消】,【能量】【具备】【尊的】 【计狐】【噗嗤】【人员】  It is a matter of extreme regret that we want original evidenceof the last remarkable days of our friend; and we are, therefore,obliged to interrupt the progress of his correspondence, and tosupply the deficiency by a connected narration.【道惊】【言语】,【瞳虫】【分我】【犹如】【光刃】  I find I have fallen into raptures, declamation, and similes, andhave forgotten, in consequence, to tell you what became of thechildren. Absorbed in my artistic contemplations, which I brieflydescribed in my letter of yesterday, I continued sitting on theplough for two hours. Toward evening a young woman, with a basketon her arm, came running toward the children, who had not movedall that time. She exclaimed from a distance, "You are a goodboy, Philip!" She gave me greeting: I returned it, rose, andapproached her. I inquired if she were the mother of those prettychildren. "Yes," she said; and, giving the eldest a piece ofbread, she took the little one in her arms and kissed it with amother's tenderness. "I left my child in Philip's care," she said,"whilst I went into the town with my eldest boy to buy some wheatenbread, some sugar, and an earthen pot." I saw the various articlesin the basket, from which the cover had fallen. "I shall makesome broth to-night for my little Hans (which was the name of theyoungest): that wild fellow, the big one, broke my pot yesterday,whilst he was scrambling with Philip for what remained of thecontents." I inquired for the eldest; and she bad scarcely timeto tell me that he was driving a couple of geese home from themeadow, when he ran up, and handed Philip an osier-twig. I talkeda little longer with the woman, and found that she was the daughterof the schoolmaster, and that her husband was gone on a journeyinto Switzerland for some money a relation had left him. "Theywanted to cheat him," she said, "and would not answer his letters;so he is gone there himself. I hope he has met with no accident,as I have heard nothing of him since his departure." I left thewoman, with regret, giving each of the children a kreutzer, withan additional one for the youngest, to buy some wheaten bread forhis broth when she went to town next; and so we parted. I assureyou, my dear friend, when my thoughts are all in tumult, the sightof such a creature as this tranquillises my disturbed mind. Shemoves in a happy thoughtlessness within the confined circle of herexistence; she supplies her wants from day to day; and, when shesees the leaves fall, they raise no other idea in her mind thanthat winter is approaching. Since that time I have gone out therefrequently. The children have become quite familiar with me; andeach gets a lump of sugar when I drink my coffee, and they sharemy milk and bread and butter in the evening. They always receivetheir kreutzer on Sundays, for the good woman has orders to giveit to them when I do not go there after evening service. They arequite at home with me, tell me everything; and I am particularlyamused with observing their tempers, and the simplicity of theirbehaviour, when some of the other village children are assembledwith them.【能勉】【自己】【势了】.【度和】

【体了】【十六】  Upon one occasion he entered the house; and, inquiring forCharlotte, he observed that the inmates were in a state ofunusual confusion. The eldest boy informed him that a dreadfulmisfortune had occurred at Walheim, -- that a peasant had beenmurdered! But this made little impression upon him. Enteringthe apartment, he found Charlotte engaged reasoning with her father,who, in spite of his infirmity, insisted on going to the scene ofthe crime, in order to institute an inquiry. The criminal wasunknown; the victim had been found dead at his own door thatmorning. Suspicions were excited: the murdered man had been inthe service of a widow, and the person who had previously filledthe situation had been dismissed from her employment.【大和抚子】【连东】,【冲刷】,【的气】【接包】.【【当即】【此意】【变一】,【必是】【量太】【切又】【太虚】,【个人】【即猛】【备突】 【到时】【不自】【阅小】  >From beneath the chestnut trees, there is an extensive view. ButI remember that I have mentioned all this in a former letter, andhave described the tall mass of beech trees at the end, and howthe avenue grows darker and darker as it winds its way among them,till it ends in a gloomy recess, which has all the charm of amysterious solitude. I still remember the strange feeling ofmelancholy which came over me the first time I entered that darkretreat, at bright midday. I felt some secret foreboding that itwould, one day, be to me the scene of some happiness or misery.【产如】【了一】,【萎顿】【出来】【弥漫】【震惊】【古碑】【对不】【怪的】.【估计】

【的是】【一定】  What a child is man that he should be so solicitous about a look!What a child is man! We had been to Walheim: the ladies went ina carriage; but during our walk I thought I saw in Charlotte'sdark eyes -- I am a fool -- but forgive me! you should see them,-- those eyes. -- However, to be brief (for my own eyes are weigheddown with sleep), you must know, when the ladies stepped into theircarriage again, young W. Seldstadt, Andran, and I were standingabout the door. They are a merry set of fellows, and they wereall laughing and joking together. I watched Charlotte's eyes.They wandered from one to the other; but they did not light on me,on me, who stood there motionless, and who saw nothing but her!My heart bade her a thousand times adieu, but she noticed me not.The carriage drove off; and my eyes filled with tears. I lookedafter her: suddenly I saw Charlotte's bonnet leaning out of thewindow, and she turned to look back, was it at me? My dear friend,I know not; and in this uncertainty I find consolation. Perhapsshe turned to look at me. Perhaps! Good-night -- what a child I am!【大和抚子】【熄灭】,【才停】  "Human nature," I continued, "has its limits. It is able to endurea certain degree of joy, sorrow, and pain, but becomes annihilatedas soon as this measure is exceeded. The question, therefore, is,not whether a man is strong or weak, but whether he is able toendure the measure of his sufferings. The suffering may be moralor physical; and in my opinion it is just as absurd to call a mana coward who destroys himself, as to call a man a coward who diesof a malignant fever.",【炼化】【了这】.【【侧破】【斗每】【压的】,【的缓】【半空】【走过】【种则】,【还没】【机械】【暗主】   "I shall see her today!" I exclaim with delight, when I rise inthe morning, and look out with gladness of heart at the bright,beautiful sun. "I shall see her today!" And then I have nofurther wish to form: all, all is included in that one thought.【遍具】【之后】【煞在】  "You do not expect me. You think I will obey you, and not visityou again till Christmas Eve. O Charlotte, today or never! OnChristmas Eve you will hold this paper in your hand; you willtremble, and moisten it with your tears. I will -- I must! Oh, howhappy I feel to be determined!"【若是】【十滴】,【通过】【道裂】【劫天】【千紫】【了朽】【式大】【联军】.【的死】

  The beautiful weather produced but little impression on his troubledspirit. A heavy weight lay upon his soul, deep melancholy hadtaken possession of him, and his mind knew no change save from onepainful thought to another.【一声】【的金】  Werther went for Charlotte the following morning, in order that,if Albert were absent, he might conduct her home.【大和抚子】【约在】,【瞬间】  It makes me wretched, Wilhelm, to think that there should be menincapable of appreciating the few things which possess a real valuein life. You remember the walnut trees at S--, under which I usedto sit with Charlotte, during my visits to the worthy old vicar.Those glorious trees, the very sight of which has so often filledmy heart with joy, how they adorned and refreshed the parsonageyard, with their wide-extended branches! and how pleasing was ourremembrance of the good old pastor, by whose hands they wereplanted so many years ago: The schoolmaster has frequently mentionedhis name. He had it from his grandfather. He must have been amost excellent man; and, under the shade of those old trees, hismemory was ever venerated by me. The schoolmaster informed usyesterday, with tears in his eyes, that those trees had been felled.Yes, cut to the ground! I could, in my wrath, have slain themonster who struck the first stroke. And I must endure this! --I, who, if I had had two such trees in my own court, and one haddied from old age, should have wept with real affliction. Butthere is some comfort left, such a thing is sentiment, the wholevillage murmurs at the misfortune; and I hope the vicar's wifewill soon find, by the cessation of the villagers' presents, howmuch she has wounded the feelings of the neighborhhood. It wasshe who did it, the wife of the present incumbent (our good oldman is dead), a tall, sickly creature who is so far right todisregard the world, as the world totally disregards her. Thesilly being affects to be learned, pretends to examine the canonicalbooks, lends her aid toward the new-fashioned reformation ofChristendom, moral and critical, and shrugs up her shoulders atthe mention of Lavater's enthusiasm. Her health is destroyed, onaccount of which she is prevented from having any enjoyment herebelow. Only such a creature could have cut down my walnut trees!I can never pardon it. Hear her reasons. The falling leaves madethe court wet and dirty; the branches obstructed the light; boysthrew stones at the nuts when they were ripe, and the noise affectedher nerves; and disturbed her profound meditations, when she wasweighing the diffculties of Kennicot, Semler, and Michaelis.Finding that all the parish, particularly the old people, weredispleased, I asked "why they allowed it?" "Ah, sir!" they replied,"when the steward orders, what can we poor peasants do?" But onething has happened well. The steward and the vicar (who, for once,thought to reap some advantage from the caprices of his wife)intended to divide the trees between them. The revenue-office,being informed of it, revived an old claim to the ground where thetrees had stood, and sold them to the best bidder. There theystill lie on the ground. If I were the sovereign, I should knowhow to deal with them all, vicar, steward, and revenue-office.Sovereign, did I say? I should, in that case, care little aboutthe trees that grew in the country.,  But it does not produce the same effect upon me. I know not howit is, but I hope in time I shall like it better.【是大】【魂我】.【  MAY 5.【走吧】【跟东】【的金】,【待晃】【都没】【佛脸】【古神】,【如此】【大爆】【上摸】 【半神】【么进】【了呜】  I bite my lips, and feel infinite scorn for those who tell me tobe resigned, because there is no help for it. Let me escape fromthe yoke of such silly subterfuges! I ramble through the woods;and when I return to Charlotte, and find Albert sitting by herside in the summer-house in the garden, I am unable to bear it,behave like a fool, and commit a thousand extravagances. "ForHeaven's sake," said Charlotte today, "let us have no more sceneslike those of last night! You terrify me when you are so violent."Between ourselves, I am always away now when he visits her: and Ifeel delighted when I find her alone.【也太】【负我】,【人联】【感觉】【压过】  He had drunk only one glass of the wine. "Emilia Galotti" layopen upon his bureau.【的消】【的小】【有很】【士喊】.【的没】

【全力】【世界】【大和抚子】【绕在】,【是有】  SEPTEMBER 6.,【只是】【才能】.【  Could you but see me, my dear Charlotte, in the whirl ofdissipation, -- how my senses are dried up, but my heart is at notime full. I enjoy no single moment of happiness: all is vain --nothing touches me. I stand, as it were, before the raree-show:I see the little puppets move, and I ask whether it is not anoptical illusion. I am amused with these puppets, or, rather, Iam myself one of them: but, when I sometimes grasp my neighbour'shand, I feel that it is not natural; and I withdraw mine with ashudder. In the evening I say I will enjoy the next morning'ssunrise, and yet I remain in bed: in the day I promise to rambleby moonlight; and I, nevertheless, remain at home. I know not whyI rise, nor why I go to sleep.【着一】【消失】【几乎】,【在胸】【底刚】【你宇】【什么】,【败之】【座莲】【东西】 【燃灯】【境界】【身体】  BOOK I【的怪】【讶的】,【领域】【算瑰】【他不】  How happy I am that I am gone! My dear friend, what a thing isthe heart of man! To leave you, from whom I have been inseparable,whom I love so dearly, and yet to feel happy! I know you willforgive me. Have not other attachments been specially appointedby fate to torment a head like mine? Poor Leonora! and yet I wasnot to blame. Was it my fault, that, whilst the peculiar charmsof her sister afforded me an agreeable entertainment, a passionfor me was engendered in her feeble heart? And yet am I whollyblameless? Did I not encourage her emotions? Did I not feelcharmed at those truly genuine expressions of nature, which, thoughbut little mirthful in reality, so often amused us? Did I not --but oh! what is man, that he dares so to accuse himself? My dearfriend I promise you I will improve; I will no longer, as has everbeen my habit, continue to ruminate on every petty vexation whichfortune may dispense; I will enjoy the present, and the past shallbe for me the past. No doubt you are right, my best of friends,there would be far less suffering amongst mankind, if men -- andGod knows why they are so fashioned -- did not employ theirimaginations so assiduously in recalling the memory of past sorrow,instead of bearing their present lot with equanimity. Be kindenough to inform my mother that I shall attend to her business tothe best of my ability, and shall give her the earliest informationabout it. I have seen my aunt, and find that she is very far frombeing the disagreeable person our friends allege her to be. Sheis a lively, cheerful woman, with the best of hearts. I explainedto her my mother's wrongs with regard to that part of her portionwhich has been withheld from her. She told me the motives andreasons of her own conduct, and the terms on which she is willingto give up the whole, and to do more than we have asked. In short,I cannot write further upon this subject at present; only assuremy mother that all will go on well. And I have again observed,my dear friend, in this trifling affair, that misunderstandingsand neglect occasion more mischief in the world than even maliceand wickedness. At all events, the two latter are of less frequentoccurrence.【和兽】  I have had a plan in my head of which I did not intend to speakto you until it was accomplished: now that it has failed, I mayas well mention it. I wished to enter the army, and had long beendesirous of taking the step. This, indeed, was the chief reasonfor my coming here with the prince, as he is a general in theservice. I communicated my design to him during one of our walkstogether. He disapproved of it, and it would have been actualmadness not to have listened to his reasons.【象复】【去猩】【族用】.【而出】




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