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Jol asked in 藝術與人文詩詞與文學 · 1 decade ago

She Walks in Beauty Lord Byron

可否大概介紹這首詩的background?for whom?及main idea......

She Walks in Beauty

She walks in beauty, like the night

Of cloudless climes, and starry skies;

And all that's best of dark and bright

Meet in her aspect and her eyes

Thus mellowed to that tender light

Which heaven to gaudy day denies. .

One shade the more, one ray the less,

Had half impaired the nameless grace

Which waves in every raven tress,

Or softly lightens o'er her face;

Where thoughts serenely sweet express

How pure, how dear their dwelling place.

And on that cheek, and o'er that brow,

So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,

The smiles that win, the tints that glow,

But tell of days in goodness spent,

A mind at peace with all below,

A heart whose love is innocent!

Update:

有貶低的意思嗎??

真是個有趣的觀點

可以在多一點解釋嗎??

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    1.她走在美中,像夜晚

    2.萬里無雲,繁星滿空;

    3.一切最妙的光與暗

    4.匯於她儀態,眼眸中:

    5.如此化成柔情閃閃

    6.上天不許俗畫借重.

    7.增一分影,減一線光

    8.便折半的難言之美

    9.波動於 糸咎 糸咎 青絲上,

    10.或淡淡照明她臉兒;

    11.思維靜兒美的發揚

    12.所寓多麼純潔,高貴.

    13.而那臉頰上,眉宇間,

    14.太靜,太閑,卻又動人,

    15.迷人微笑,煥發容顏,

    16.流露賢淑歡度時辰,-

    17.一顆心靈,與眾相安,

    18.一位佳人,愛情純真.

    (施穎洲 譯)

    "Byron wrote the lines the morning after he had met his beautiful young cousin by marriage, Mrs. Robert John Wilmot" (The Norton Anthology of English Literature)

    在18世紀,男生認為女生很單純 純潔,it seems that men were better than women at that time. 但事實上women were weak and were controlled by men. 女人漂亮但卻只是個草包。這首詩乍看之下是在讚揚女性,但其實是貶低。

    補充

    根據我們老師 他是這樣解釋的

    但是Byron會有這樣的想法 也不難理解

    因為 Byron 他本來就還滿常寫一些諷刺的詩

    像是在他的Don Juan裡面

    本來Don Juan 是一個英雄人物

    但是他卻把他改編寫成一個花花公子

    他在詩裡也有批評當代的一些詩人

    還有在Don Juan詩裡面的Julia

    也是 她背著老公跟Juan偷情

    其中有一點 提到愛情對女人的重要

    後來她就被送進尼姑庵

    但是反觀Juan卻到國外逍遙

    後來還愛上另一個女生

    其實也有人說這是在讚美女性的美麗啦

    不過 當時 我們老師是提出

    其實在那時候的女性 地位是很薄弱的

    而且男性 也覺得女生的責任就是

    要持家 照顧小孩

    所以 應該各有見解啦

    看你怎麼去詮釋囉

    不過 就我看來 詩裡面是沒有寫到

    貶低的意思

    Source(s): The Norton Anthology of English Literature
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