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第1篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

English Impreions of Oliver Twist

After reading the introduction of \\\"Oliver Twist \\\", I know this is another book which describes a person who suffered a lot, then tries his best to confront adversity and succeed finally.After I read it, I searched many things online.I don\\'t know much about Charles Dickens but he is a novelist before.But I find he was one of the greatest critical realist writer of the Victorian Age and strove for detailed realistic and factual description.In addition, capitalism was growing in the age.Moreover, children\\'s literature prevailed in the society, people started paying attention to children\\'s education.In this way, the novel reflects the problems of this age more or le.I have to say there are many problems being exposed in this age.Firstly, vulnerable groups suffered from poverty and were bullied.As a baby Oliver was kept in a room with other orphan babies, allowed to roll on the dirty floor, and never given enough food.Mrs.Mann was responsible for watching over these children, but she was more interested in her pay than in the growth of them.Mr.Bumble, one of the board who in charge of the orphanage should decide they ought to save money by feeding the children le.When Oliver was nine, he was put in a workhouse.He was just nine, but he was forced to work.To my surprise, the two adults for their own interests could ignore that Oliver was just a child and they could make a living in charity.Secondly, child labor is also fully reflected.The workhouse which Oliver worked in hired many kids and didn\\'t give them enough food.These boys suffered from hunger and could often be seen sucking their fingers nervously.As a newcomer, there is no doubt that Oliver was bullied again.The leaders felt dangerous, hence they decided to get rid of him.With Mr.Bumble\\'s threats, Oliver was sent to a coffin-maker\\'s house.But Noah was jealous for Oliver, Mrs.Sowerberry and maid Charlotte also hated him.So the three persons made Oliver escape by every malicious means.What impreed me most is the maid and Noah, I think they are in the same boat with Oliver in some degrees, but they also bully him.Thirdly, juvenile delinquency is also exposed in the story.Fagin, who was a thief and wanted to convert Oliver into a thief.Lots of boys were controlled by him, as well as Oliver.Fagin and Sikes exploited these boys selfishly to earn ill-gotten gains.In my opinion, it reflects the society\\'s indifference.Finally, it also shows the environmental pollution in a way.\\'Oliver Twist\\' is translated in an orphan in the city of fog in Chinese.We know London was polluted seriously in the period of the Industrial Revolution and it was called the city of fog.In this novel, it refers to the heavy fog and soot many times.On the other hand, there are also some kind people.Mrs.Maylie, Rose, Brownlow and Losberne all are kind to Oliver.Though they didn\\'t know him at all, they would offer all they can provide for Oliver.Rose and Maylie tried their best to protect Oliver from hurting.Brownlow helped to make the truth come out.Nancy, another kind person in this novel.She saved Oliver at the risk of death, who is different from Monks.It is ironic, Monks who is a half-brother of Oliver wants to kill Oliver for the inheritance, but Nancy who loves Sikes saves Oliver as an exchange of her life.In the end, all the bad people are paid for their sinners.On the contrary, kind people live together happily.Rose and Harry get married though they are unequal in position.To my surprise, there are too many coincidences.Brownlow is Oliver\\'s grandfather, Rose is his aunt.I think it\\'s extremely idealize and it is not suitable for reality.These are some opinions of mine.

第2篇:雾都孤儿 英文读后感

The author who himself was born in a poor family wrote this novel in his

twenties with a view to reveal the ugly masks of those cruel criminals and to expose the horror and violence hidden underneath the narrow and dirty streets in London.

The hero of this novel was Oliver Twist, an orphan, who was thrown into a world full of poverty and crime.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.While reading the tragic experiences of the little

Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings.I felt for the poor boy, but at the same time I detested the evil Fagin and the brutal Bill.To my relief, as was written in all the best stories, the goodne eventually conquered devil and Oliver lived a happy life in the end.One of the plots that attracted me most is that after the theft, little Oliver was allowed to recover in the kind care of Mrs.Maylie and Rose and began a new life.He went for walks with them, or Rose read to him, and he worked hard at his leons.He felt as if he had left behind forever the world of crime and hardship and poverty.

How can such a little boy who had already suffered oppreive affliction

remain pure in body and mind? The reason is the nature of goodne.I think it is the most important information implied in the novel by Dickens-he believed that goodne could conquer every difficulty.Although I don’t think goodne is omnipotent, yet I do believe that those who are kind-hearted live more happily than those who are evil-minded.

For me, the nature of goodne is one of the most neceary character for a

person.Goodne is to humans what water is to fish.He who is without goodne is an utterly worthle person.On the contrary, as the famous

saying goes, ‘The fragrance always stays in the hand that gives the rose’, he who is with goodne undoubtedly is a happy and useful person.People

receiving his help are grateful to him and he also gets gratified from what he has done, and thus he can do good to both the people he has helped and himself.

To my disappointment, nowadays some people seem to doubt the existence of the goodne in humanity.They look down on people’s honesty and kindne, thinking it foolish of people to be warm-hearted.As a result, they show no

sympathy to those who are in trouble and seldom offer to help others.On the other hand, they attach importance to money and benefit.In their opinion, money is the only real object while emotions and morality are nihility.If they cannot get profit from showing their ‘kindne’, they draw back when others are faced with trouble and even hit a man when he is down.They are one of the sorts that I really detest.

Francis Bacon said in his eay, ‘Goodne, of all virtues and dignities of the mind, is the greatest, being the character of the Deity, and without it, man is a busy, mischievous, wretched thing, no better than a kind of vermin.’

That is to say a person without goodne is destined to lose everything.

Therefore, I, a kind person, want to tell those ‘vermin-to-be’ to learn from the kind Oliver and regain the nature of goodne.

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第3篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

As an orphan, Oliver Twist went through much maltreatment.Fortunately, the little boy found his family and enjoyed family love.

The story attaches much importance to family love and friendship.However, as a critical realist writer, not only does Dickens make a distinction between justice and evil, such as Oliver and his half-brother Monks, but he also exposes some problems of workhouse, child laborer and organized crime to the public, which deeply appalled me.

第4篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Oliver Twist

Recently, I read a book “Oliver Twist” written by Charles Dickens.I feel moved by the complex plot.Now I want to share it with you.

Oliver Twist was born in a workhouse in 1830s.His mother was found on the street and died just after his birth.Oliver spent his first 9 years in a badly ruin home for orphans.And then he was luckily transferred to a workhouse for adults.The other boys forced him to ask for some more food after meals, which results the owner wants to sell Oliver at a low price, 5 dollars.One day, a boy speaks ill words about Oliver’s mother.He is so angry that he attacks the boy and he is punished.Desperate, he runs away at dawn and travels toward London.

Outside London, Oliver starved and exhausted, meets Fagin.He offers Oliver shelter in the London house.In fact, Fagin is a cheat who often persuade orphan boy to pick pockets for him.After a few days of training, he fails in stealing a gentleman named Brownlow.But in return, the man takes Oliver to his home and takes cares of him.He treats him as like his son.Oliver feels so lucky and grateful.Unfortunately, Oliver is caught back to Fagin.After a long sad life, Oliver runs away and he is adopted by Rose.The Roses help Oliver find Brownlow.

To identify Oliver’s identity, Brownlow helps him to find Mons, Oliver’s half brother.Actually, their father was unhappily married a wealthy woman and had an affair with Oliver’s mother.When he dies, he leaves Oliver some money.

When everything comes to an end, Brownlow adopts Oliver, and they moved to the countryside and live a happy life.

From the book , I can draw a conclusion “The god is fair ." We should be grateful to our lives .But in this busy society, we should avoid negative people, places and habits.We are living for not only ourselves but also others.We should be warm-hearted and everyone will be ready to help others for return.Just host on to one’s dream and try to realize it.Concentrate your energy, thought and capital upon your dream.“No one can cheat you out of your happine but yourselves.“

In a word ,‘To be yourself ,to be happy ’

第5篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Oliver Twist

(by Charles Dickens)

Oliver Twist, one of the most famous works of Charles Dickens\\', is a novel reflecting the tragic fact of the life in Britain in 18th century.

The author who himself was born in a poor family wrote this novel in his twenties with a view to reveal the ugly masks of those cruel criminals and to expose the horror and violence hidden underneath the narrow and dirty streets in London.

The hero of this novel was Oliver Twist, an orphan, who was thrown into a world full of poverty and crime.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.While reading the tragic experiences of the little

Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings.I felt for the poor boy, but at the same time I detested the evil Fagin and the brutal Bill.To my relief, as was written in all the best stories, the goodne eventually conquered devil and Oliver lived a happy life in the end.One of the plots that attracted me most is that after the theft, little Oliver was allowed to recover in the kind care of Mrs.Maylie and Rose and began a new life.He went for walks with them, or Rose read to him, and he worked hard at his leons.He felt as if he had left behind forever the world of crime and hardship and poverty.

How can such a little boy who had already suffered oppreive affliction remain pure in body and mind? The reason is the nature of goodne.I think it is the most important information implied in the novel by Dickens-he believed that goodne could conquer every difficulty.Although I don\\'t think goodne is

omnipotent, yet I do believe that those who are kind-hearted live more happily than those who are evil-minded.

For me, the nature of goodne is one of the most neceary character for a person.Goodne is to humans what water is to fish.He who is without

goodne is an utterly worthle person.On the contrary, as the famous saying goes, ‘The fragrance always stays in the hand that gives the rose\\', he who is with goodne undoubtedly is a happy and useful person.People receiving his help are grateful to him and he also gets gratified from what he has done, and thus he can do good to both the people he has helped and himself.

To my disappointment, nowadays some people seem to doubt the existence of the goodne in humanity.They look down on people\\'s honesty and kindne, thinking it foolish of people to be warm-hearted.As a result, they show no sympathy to those who are in trouble and seldom offer to help others.On the other hand, they attach importance to money and benefit.In their opinion, money is the only real object while emotions and morality are nihility.If they cannot get profit from showing their ‘kindne\\', they draw back when others are faced with trouble and even hit a man when he is down.They are one of the sorts that I really detest.

Francis Bacon said in his eay, ‘Goodne, of all virtues and dignities of the mind, is the greatest, being the character of the Deity, and without it, man is a busy, mischievous, wretched thing, no better than a kind of vermin.\\'

That is to say a person without goodne is destined to lose everything.Therefore, I, a kind person, want to tell those \\'vermin-to-be\\' to learn from the kind Oliver and regain the nature of goodne.

This is a really great book, you should read it.

第6篇:雾都孤儿 英文读后感

As we all known , Oliver Twist is the world\\'s masterpiece by prominent British author Charles Dickens .Thus , I spent a month reading it .When I finished this book, I could not calm the mood for a long time.

The hero of this novel was Oliver Twist, an orphan, whose mother was died after giving birth to him .So he was thrown into a world full of poverty and crime.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.While reading the tragic experiences of the little Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings and felt for the poor boy .

In addition , the charitable figures whom Dickens created in the novel are really what we need in life.They showed love and care to others, just as the gentle rain from the sky fell upon the earth, which was carved into my heart deeply.Mr.Brownlow is one such person.He known Oliver Twist by accident,although there were many things happening between them ,dramatically, they came acro each other again a few years later.Without hesitation, he took Oliver home for the second time not caring if he had done something evil.

What Mr.Brownlow did taught us a leon , just as the old saying went , “To error is human; to forgive divine.”, Therefore, we ought to give people a second chance no matter what they might have done.That’s also a substantial part of loving and caring others.Mrs.Maylie ,Mi Rose and Nancy are also these kind of people , who are Oliver’s other

benefactors .

In the novel, though the young Oliver again and again fell for conspiracies of those hideous thieves, who tried to torture Oliver’s body and poisoned Oliver’s heart intensely, he always lived on and tried hard to seek for his own life.Then I realized what supported him all through were actually beliefs.In most cases, what you believe is what you’ll become.Believe that you are unlimited, that you can do anything you commit to doing, and when you do, your accomplishments will know no bounds.You control your beliefs and that is how you ultimately control your life.It’s all dictated by your attitude.There is no doubt that we should learn form Oliver , no matter what we meet , we can’t give up .What’s more ,we must believe in that the goodne eventually can conquer devil .

All in all , Oliver Twist is well worth reading .

第7篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Book Report

Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist.

The People’s Literature Publishing House,1999.

Oliver Twist is a story by Charles Dickens that takes place in the middle of the 19th century.It the story of a young orphan named Oliver Twist.His mother died while giving birth in an old workhouse.He has moved around through different orphanages and finally runs away to the streets of London.On the way to London he meets a nice boy named Jack Dawkins, also known as the Dodger.The Dodger gave the poor orphan a place to stay and something to eat and drink.Oliver found out that his new \\\"friends\\\" were thieves and they forced Oliver to help them with a robbery.They were supposed to use Oliver to sneak into a house through a small opening and unlock the front door.The owners were awakened and Oliver got shot.Oliver\\'s partners in crime fled the scene.Oliver told the owners of the house his story and they took him as their own.Oliver grew attached.The family educated him and put him to work a little.At the end of the story an old friend named Mr.Brownlow adopted him.

One theme in Oliver Twist is to know your friends better.In this book Oliver met a boy named Jack Dawkins.He seemed like a nice boy and offered Oliver some food and a place to stay.Oliver got to be friends with Jack Dawkins and his friend named Charlie Bates.One day they were \\\"going to work\\\" when all of the sudden Jack and Charlie stole a handkerchief from an old man.The two boys were thieves! They ran away and left Oliver in the alley.When the old man realized that his handkerchief was miing he though Oliver did it.The old man started to chase Oliver and yelled out \\\"Stop thief! Stop thief!\\\" Jack Dawkins and Charlie Bates joined in the chase so that they did not look suspicious.They no sooner heard the cry, and saw Oliver running, than, gueing exactly how the matter stood, they iued forth with great promptitude; and, shouting \\'Stop thief!\\' too, joined in the pursuit like good citizens.If Oliver noticed that the young boys were thieves he would not have been arrested and he would not have eventually been shot in the arm.But, because he was in need of a friend he seemed to over look the fact that the kids were thieves.Later in the story Nancy, a prostitute, betrayed her friends and her lover.She tried to warn Oliver\\'s friends of Mr.Monks

plans.Bill Sikes her lover and colleague trusted her not to tell what went on inside the house.If he could only tell that she had a change in heart he would not have had to kill her and she wouldn\\'t have been able to tell Oliver\\'s friends Mr.Monks plans and where Bill Sikes.If she didn\\'t tell Oliver\\'s friends where Bill Sikes lived he would not have had the police after him and he would not have accidentally killed himself.So if people just knew their friends better it would have saved many people\\'s lives and the story would have turned out different.

Another theme in Oliver Twist is the friendline of strangers.Throughout the story pure strangers were treating Oliver nicely.When Oliver was walking to London a nice boy offered Oliver a place to stay and some foodto eat.\\\"I\\'ve got to be in London tonight; and I know a \\'spectable old gentleman as loves there, wot\\'ll give you lodging for nothink, and never ask for the change-\\\" Even though the nice young man turned out to be a thief and was recruiting Oliver as a pickpocket, he was still being very nice.Later in the story Oliver was forced to rob a house and the owners of the house were woken up during the robbery and Oliver was shot in the arm.The owners of the house listened to Oliver and he told them that he was forced to rob their house and they took him in and cared for him.They nursed him to optimum health and they also educated him and he helped them out by doing errands in return.They also drove Oliver a full days ride to the town where Mr.Brownlow lived just to visit him.Nancy also helped out Oliver and died while in the helping proce.She warned Oliver\\'s friends about Mr.Monks plans and Bill Sikes found out and killed her.\\\"It was a ghastly figure to look upon.The murderer staggering backward to the wall, and shutting out the sight with his hand, seized a heavy club and struck her down.\\\" Oliver was a very lucky boy to have so many strangers that were willing to help him out.

How can such a little boy who had already suffered oppreive affliction remain pure in body and mild? The reason is the nature of goodne.I think it is the most important information imlied in the novel by Dickens.He believed that goodne could conquer every difficulty.I do believe that those who are kind-hearted live more happily than those who are evil-minded.

To my disappointment, nowadays some people seem to doubt the existence of the goodne in humanity.They look down on people’s honesty and kindne, thinking it foolish of people to be warm-hearted.As a result, they show no sympathy to those who are in trouble and seldom offer to help others.On the other hand, they attach importance to

money and benefit.In their opinion, money is the only real object while emotions and morality are nihility.If they cannot get profit from showing their ‘kindne’, they draw back when others are faced with trouble and even hit a man when he is down.They are one of the sorts that I really detest.

That is to say a person without goodne is destined to lose everything.Therefore, I, a kind person, want to tell those ‘vermin-to-be’ to learn from the kind Oliver and regain the nature of goodne.

Oliver was unlucky in the beginning of the book.Everyone he met was treating him unfairly.People were getting paid to take him away from the orphanage.He also got in trouble for something he didn\\'t even do.But some of the times it all turns out well just like it did for Oliver.Everyone that was mean to him either died or got in trouble.And maybe that is why we say good people always get the best.

第8篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Reading‘Oliver Twist’

Oliver Twist, one of the most famous works of Charles Dickens\\', is a novel reflecting the tragic fact of the life in Britain in 18th century.

Oliver himself is born in a workhouse and treated cruelly there as was the norm at the time for pauper children, in particular by Bumble, a parish council official or idle The story follows Oliver as he escapes the workhouse and runs away to London.Here he receives an education in villainy from the criminal gang of Fagin that includes the brutal thief Bill Sikes, the famous artful Dodger and Nancy.Oliver is rescued by the intervention of a benefactorbut the mysterious Monks get the gang to kidnap the boy again.Nancy intervenes but is murdered viciously by Sikes after she has showed some redeeming qualities and has discovered Monk sinister intention.The story closes happily and with justice for Bumble and the cruel Monks who have hidden the truth of Oliver parentage out of malice.Accusations were made that the book glamorized crime (like the agate Group of the period) but Dickens wisely disaociated himself from criminal romances.His achievement was in fact in presenting the underworld and problems of poverty to the well-off in a way rarely attempted previously.

The hero of this novel was Oliver Twist, an orphan, who was thrown into a world full of poverty and danger.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.While reading the tragic experiences of the little Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings.I felt for the poor boy, but at the same time I detested the evil Fagin and the brutal Bill.To my relief, as was written in all the best stories, the goodne eventually conquered devil and Oliver lived a happy life in the end.One of the plots that attracted me most is that after the theft, little Oliver was allowed to recover in the kind care of Mrs.Maylie and Rose and began a new life.He went for walks with them, or Rose read to him, and he worked hard at his leons.He felt as if he had left behind forever the world of crime and hardship and poverty.But at last, he lived a happy life, that’s because his nature goodne.

The nature of goodne is one of the most neceary characters for a person.Goodne is to humans what water is to fish.He who is without goodne is an utterly worthle person.To my disappointments, nowadays some people seem to doubt the existence of the goodne in humanity.They look down on people\\'s honesty and kindne, thinking it foolish of people to be warm-hearted.As a result, they show no sympathy to those who are in trouble and seldom offer to help others.On the other hand, they attach importance to money and benefit.In their opinion, money is the only real object while emotions and morality are nihility.If they cannot get profit from showing their ‘kindne\\', they draw back when others

are faced with trouble and even hit a man when he is down.They are one of the sorts that I really detest.

What I membered most is that Jesus said in the Bible.“Forgive not seven times, but seventy-times seven.” Because forgivene is our ability to remove negative thoughts and neutralize them so our energy may be spent on doing what we came here for.We cannot move forward in our future if past iues cloud our thinking.

After reading all the novel, I think we should do like this: if someone loves you, love them back unconditionally, not because they love you, but in some way they are teaching you how to love, but if someone hurts you, forgive him, because he makes you to be careful when you open your heart to others next time.

第9篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Oliver Twist

(by Charles Dickens)

Oliver Twist, one of the most famous works of Charles Dickens\\', is a novel reflecting the tragic fact of the life in Britain in 18th century.

The author who himself was born in a poor family wrote this novel in his twenties with a view to reveal the ugly masks of those cruel criminals and to expose the horror and violence hidden underneath the narrow and dirty streets in London.

The hero of this novel was Oliver Twist, an orphan, who was thrown into a world full of poverty and crime.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.While reading the tragic experiences of the little Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings.I felt for the poor boy, but at the same time I detested the evil Fagin and the brutal Bill.To my relief, as was written in all the best stories, the goodne eventually conquered devil and Oliver lived a happy life in the end.How can such a little boy who had already suffered

oppreive affliction remain pure in body and mind? The reason is the nature of goodne.I think it is the most important information implied in the novel by Dickens-he believed that goodne could conquer every difficulty.

第10篇:雾都孤儿 英文 读后感

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The Incorruptibility of Natural Goodne

——On The Characters of Oliver and Nancy in Oliver Twist

Charles Dickens provides insight into the experience of the poor in 1830s England.Beneath the novel’s raucous humor and flights of fancy runs an undertone of bitter criticism of the Victorian middle cla\\'s attitudes toward the poor.Oliver Twist is the leading character who is the victim of the hypocrisy and venality of capitalism and fallen Charitable Institution of 1830s England.

There are different opinions among people as to whether human beings are born with goodne or the opposite, sin.According to Charles Dickens, man is born an angel and what\\'s more, natural goodne is incorruptible.The Characters of Oliver and Nancy in Oliver Twist are typical examples.

First of all, Oliver Twist is incorruptible although trapped in the terrible circumstances.On the one hand, what he did could account for this tip.Oliver is an orphan living in a hypocritical workhouse from his birth.Because he can’t stand the terrible conditions in the workhouse, he escapes to London where he is trapped by Fagin who tries and teaches him to be a thief.Though treated with cruelty and surrounded by filthine, he is still innocent and gentle.On the other hand, unlike those juvenile delinquents who talk with broken English, Oliver speaks Standard English without being polluted by the coarse surroundings.

The character Nancy is another typical example.\\\"Remarkably free and agreeable\\\", she is quite contradictory.Nancy is a fallen woman, to be specific, she is a prostitute.At first, when she helps Fagin and recaptures Oliver, I hold the opinion that she and those thieves are birds of a feather.But later I found I was too hasty about rushing to such a conclusion.After Nancy overhears Monks\\' telling Fagin his plans to destroy Oliver, she gives the secret away to Rose at the cost of her own life.In this novel, her final decision to protect Oliver reminds me of an old saying in ancient China by Mencius: human nature is good, so everyone has compaion and everyone can be emperor Yao and Shun.

But how to explain that there are someone \\\"evil\\\", such as Fagin and Monks who tries to kill Oliver and get a large sum of heritage compared with Oliver and Nancy who are born with incorruptible goodne? To this point, the author Charles Dickens has been criticized by many readers.I have researched many materials of Dickens\\'s opinion about man is born with incorruptible goodne or not.To my surprise, he claimed that a corrupt environment is the source of vice.But in this novel, I find that although surrounded by evil circumstances, Oliver is compaionate and innocent all the time.So obviously, Oliver\\'s incorruptibility undermines some of Dickens\\'s argumentation.

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From my point of view, goodne is a relative concept.A person who is kind and good to his relatives may seem evil from others\\' prospects.Because until now we have not enough stuff to support all of the people in the world.The law of survival of the fittest in natural selection and the unfairne in social system account for the \\\"wickedne\\\".This also can explain the reason why some crimes seem understandable.Who is supposed to be responsible for the strange phenomenon? In Oliver Twist, the hypocritical capitalism and fallen Charitable Institution are the answers.

Apart from the controversy, still I have learned much from the two characters, the main two points can be listed as follows:

For one thing, we should believe in the goodne of human beings and depreion can be conquered by love and hope.The same idea can date back to the forefathers at home and abroad: the Three Character Primer begins with the claic sentence :People are born good(人之初,性本善).Greek Philosopher Socrates also claimed the same.At this point, I find myself in complete agreement with the author.

I believe this is the very reason why there are so many people who would like to help others disregarding repayment.For instance, the moment people of Yushu was in trouble for the earthquake, thousands of kind people all over the world would like to lend a helping hand voluntarily.

For another, the effect of the environment is not that irresistible.We should think twice before arriving at the conclusion: he that lies down with dogs must rise up with flea.

To be specific, it is not sensible to turn someone away just because he was born in coarse environment.Just like the Song Zhou\\'s the article praises the Lotus as the gentlemen\\'s flowers, which share the same feature with both Oliver and Nancy, and that is growing up from the filthy mud without being polluted (出淤泥而不染) .

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第11篇:雾都孤儿英文读后感(定稿)

篇1:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Learn to love and care

Here I am sitting on a couch alone, thinking about what I have just finished reading with tears of sadne filling my eyes and fire of indignation filling my heart, which revived my exhausted soul that has already been covered by the cruelty and the selfishne of the secular world for a long time.It is truly what I felt after reading Oliver Twist, written by the prominent British author Charles Dickens.

The resonance between me and the book makes me feel not only the kindne and the wickedne of all the characters in the novel, but what this aloof society lacks, and what I lack deep inside.These supreme resources I’m talking about right now are somewhat different from minerals, oil that we usually mention.They’re abstract like feelings, and some kinds of spiritual stimulation that all of us desire anxiously from one another —— love and care.

Those charitable figures whom Dickens created in the novel are really what we need in life.They showed love and care to others, just as the gentle rain from the sky fell upon the earth, which was carved into my heart deeply.

Mr.Brownlow is one such person.

The other day he had one of his elaborate watches stolen by two skilled teenage thieves, Artful Dodger and Charley Bates, and thought naturally it was Oliver, who was an orphan and forced to live with a gang of thieves, that had done it because he was the only one near by after the theft had taken place.Being wrathful, he caught Oliver, and sent him to the police station where the ill-tempered, unfair magistrates worked.Fortunately for him, Oliver was proved innocent by one onlooker afterwards.With sympathy, Mr.Brownlow took the injured, poor Oliver to his own home.There Oliver lived freely and gleefully for some months as if he were Mr.Brownlow’s own son.One day, however, Mr.Brownlow asked Oliver to return some books to the bookseller and to send some money for the new books that he had already collected.The thief Oliver once stayed with kidnapped him.After that he disappeared in Mr.Brownlow’s life.Searching for a while, Mr.Brownlow had to believe the fact that he had run away with his money.But dramatically, they came acro each other again a few years later.Without hesitation, Mr.Brownlow took Oliver home for the second time not caring if he had done something evil.

perhaps most of us would feel confused about Mr.Brownlow’s reaction.But as a matter of fact, this is just the leon we should learn from him.Jesus said in the Bible.“Forgive not seven times, but seventy-times seven.” Why is that? Because forgivene is our ability to remove negative thoughts and neutralize them so our energy may be spent on doing what we came here for.We cannot move forward in our future if past iues cloud our thinking.Stop put Mr.Brownlow into the list of your models.Always give people a second chance no matter what they might have done.That’s also a substantial part of loving and caring others.

Then there are Mrs.Maylie and Rose, Oliver’s other benefactors.Maybe the reason they loved and cared Oliver was not because of forgivene.In my point of view, it was trust.They had faith in Oliver when he was considered to be a filthy burglar who tried to break the front door of Maylie’s at midnight.But this wasn’t how these two ladies saw the whole thing.They denied Oliver’s crime immediately and listened attentively to Oliver’s own description of his miserable life.They were deeply touched by Oliver’s strong perseverance and astonishing vitality.Accordingly, they remedied Oliver’s body and heart and turned him into a different boy.He began to wear appropriate and clean suits which were tailor-made for him and receive education.

As far as we can see, it is trust that helps us all live together without precaution.Sometimes trust can even lead us to miracles, which we often expect to come about, so why not trust? Trust yourself, trust others, and you’ll salute miracles every single day.

In the novel, though the young Oliver again and again fell for conspiracies of those hideous thieves, who tried to torture Oliver’s body and poisoned Oliver’s heart intensely, he always lived on and tried hard to seek for his own life.Then I realized what supported him all through were actually beliefs.In most cases, what you believe is what you’ll become.Believe that you are unlimited, that you can do anything you commit to doing, and when you do, your accomplishments will know no bounds.You control your beliefs and that is how you ultimately control your life.It’s all dictated by your attitude.

In the final analysis, love and care contain numerous forms, there are love of forgivene, love of trust, etc.but they all come from your beliefs in life.When someone tells you he’s deceived you, forgive him anyway, when someone tells you what he’s done, trust him anyway, and when you face adversities while chasing your dreams, think about your beliefs, then what hinders you will become a piece of cake in no time.

So find out “Olivers” in your life and do as Mr.Brownlow and Mrs.Maylie do: love them and care them, which cost nothing but save much.They enrich those who receive, without impoverishing those who give.They can be certain smallest words or actions, but the memory of them sometimes last forever.

Charles Dickens said:“Love makes the world go around.” These immortal words have inspired and will keep on inspiring us to chant the melody of love and to say the prayer of care forevermore.Let us, therefore, enjoy life and treat other people lovingly.These principles are the roots and foundations of beliefs supporting this article and our miion together.

篇2:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Oliver Twist, one of the most famous works of Charles Dickens’, is a novel reflecting the tragic fact of the life in Britain in 18th century.

The author who himself was born in a poor family wrote this novel in his twenties with a view to reveal the ugly masks of those cruel criminals and to expose the horror and violence hidden underneath the narrow and dirty streets in London.

The hero of this novel was Oliver Twist, an orphan, who was thrown into a world full of poverty and crime.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.While reading the tragic experiences of the little Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings.I felt for the poor boy, but at the same time I detested the evil Fagin and the brutal Bill.To my relief, as was written in all the best stories, the goodne eventually conquered devil and Oliver lived a happy life in the end.One of the plots that attracted me most is that after the theft, little Oliver was allowed to recover in the kind care of Mrs.Maylie and Rose and began a new life.He went for walks with them, or Rose read to him, and he worked hard at his leons.He felt as if he had left behind forever the world of crime and hardship and poverty.

How can such a little boy who had already suffered oppreive affliction remain pure in body and mind? The reason is the nature of goodne.I think it is the most important information implied in the novel by Dickens-he believed that goodne could conquer every difficulty.Although I don’t think goodne is omnipotent, yet I do believe that those who are kind-hearted live more happily than those who are evil-minded.

For me, the nature of goodne is one of the most neceary character for a person.Goodne is to humans what water is to fish.He who is without goodne is an utterly worthle person.On the contrary, as the famous saying goes, ‘The fragrance always stays in the hand that gives the rose’, he who is with goodne undoubtedly is a happy and useful person.people receiving his help are grateful to him and he also gets gratified from what he has done, and thus he can do good to both the people he has helped and himself.

To my disappointment, nowadays some people seem to doubt the existence of the goodne in humanity.They look down on people’s honesty and kindne, thinking it foolish of people to be warm-hearted.As a result, they show no sympathy to those who are in trouble and seldom offer to help others.On the other hand, they attach importance to money and benefit.In their opinion, money is the only real object while emotions and morality are nihility.If they cannot get profit from showing their ‘kindne’, they draw back when others are faced with trouble and even hit a man when he is down.They are one of the sorts that I really detest.

Francis Bacon said in his eay, ‘Goodne, of all virtues and dignities of the mind, is the greatest, being the character of the Deity, and without it, man is a busy, mischievous, wretched thing, no better than a kind of vermin.’

That is to say a person without goodne is destined to lose everything.Therefore, I, a kind person, want to tell those ‘vermin-to-be’ to learn from the kind Oliver and regain the nature of goodne.

篇3:雾都孤儿英文读后感

Here I am sitting on a couch alone, thinking about what I have just finished reading with tears of sadne filling my eyes and fire of indignation filling my heart, which revived my exhausted soul that has already been covered by the cruelty and the selfishne of the secular world for a long time.It is truly what I felt after reading Oliver Twist, written by the prominent British author Charles Dickens.

The resonance between me and the book makes me feel not only the kindne and the wickedne of all the characters in the novel, but what this aloof society lacks, and what I lack deep inside.These supreme resources I’m talking about right now are somewhat different from minerals, oil that we usually mention.They’re abstract like feelings, and some kinds of spiritual stimulation that all of us desire anxiously from one another _ love and care.

Those charitable figures whom Dickens created in the novel are really what we need in life.They showed love and care to others, just as the gentle rain from the sky fell upon the earth, which was carved into my heart deeply.

Mr.Brownlow is one such person.

The other day he had one of his elaborate watches stolen by two skilled teenage thieves, Artful Dodger and Charley Bates, and thought naturally it was Oliver, who was an orphan and forced to live with a gang of thieves, that had done it because he was the only one near by after the theft had taken place.Being wrathful, he caught Oliver, and sent him to the police station where the ill-tempered, unfair magistrates worked.Fortunately for him, Oliver was proved innocent by one onlooker afterwards.With sympathy, Mr.Brownlow took the injured, poor Oliver to his own home.There Oliver lived freely and gleefully for some months as if he were Mr.Brownlow’s own son.One day, however, Mr.Brownlow asked Oliver to return some books to the bookseller and to send some money for the new books that he had already collected.The thief Oliver once stayed with kidnapped him.After that he disappeared in Mr.Brownlow’s life.Searching for a while, Mr.Brownlow had to believe the fact that he had run away with his money.But dramatically, they came acro each other again a few years later.Without hesitation, Mr.Brownlow took Oliver home for the second time not caring if he had done something evil.

perhaps most of us would feel confused about Mr.Brownlow’s reaction.But as a matter of fact, this is just the leon we should learn from him.Jesus said in the Bible.“Forgive not seven times, but seventy-times seven.” Why is that Because forgivene is our ability to remove negative thoughts and neutralize them so our energy may be spent on doing what we came here for.We cannot move forward in our future if past iues cloud our thinking.Stop put Mr.Brownlow into the list of your models.Always give people a second chance no matter what they might have done.That’s also a substantial part of loving and caring others.

Then there are Mrs.Maylie and Rose, Oliver’s other benefactors.Maybe the reason they loved and cared Oliver was not because of forgivene.In my point of view, it was trust.They had faith in Oliver when he was considered to be a filthy burglar who tried to break the front door of Maylie’s at midnight.But this wasn’t how these two ladies saw the whole thing.They denied Oliver’s crime immediately and listened attentively to Oliver’s own description of his miserable life.They were deeply touched by Oliver’s strong perseverance and astonishing vitality.Accordingly, they remedied Oliver’s body and heart and turned him into a different boy.He began to wear appropriate and clean suits which were tailor-made for him and receive education.

As far as we can see, it is trust that helps us all live together without precaution.Sometimes trust can even lead us to miracles, which we often expect to come about, so why not trust Trust yourself, trust others, and you’ll salute miracles every single day.

第12篇:英文读后感之雾都孤儿读后感

Learn to love and care

Here I am sitting on a couch alone, thinking about what I have just finished reading with tears of sadne filling my eyes and fire of indignation filling my heart, which revived my exhausted soul that has already been covered by the cruelty and the selfishne of the secular world for a long time.It is truly what I felt after reading Oliver Twist, written by the prominent British author Charles Dickens.

the resonance between me and the book makes me feel not only the kindne and the wickedne of all the characters in the novel, but what this aloof society lacks, and what I lack deep inside.These supreme resources I’m talking about right now are somewhat different from minerals, oil that we usually mention.They’re abstract like feelings, and some kinds of spiritual stimulation that all of us desire anxiously from one another —— love and care.

Those charitable figures whom Dickens created in the novel are really what we need in life.They showed love and care to others, just as the gentle rain from the sky fell upon the earth, which was carved into my heart deeply.

Mr.Brownlow is one such person.

the other day he had one of his elaborate watches stolen by two skilled teenage thieves, Artful Dodger and Charley Bates, and thought naturally it was Oliver, who was an orphan and forced to live with a gang of thieves, that had done it because he was the only one near by after the theft had taken place.Being wrathful, he caught Oliver, and sent him to the police station where the ill-tempered, unfair magistrates worked.Fortunately for him, Oliver was proved innocent by one onlooker afterwards.With sympathy, Mr.Brownlow took the injured, poor Oliver to his own home.There Oliver lived freely and gleefully for some months as if he were Mr.Brownlow’s own son.One day, however, Mr.Brownlow asked Oliver to return some books to the bookseller and to send some money for the new books that he had already collected.The thief Oliver once stayed with kidnapped him.After that he disappeared in Mr.Brownlow’s life.Searching for a while, Mr.Brownlow had to believe the fact that he had run away with his money.But dramatically, they came acro each other again a few years later.Without hesitation, Mr.Brownlow took Oliver home for the second time not caring if he had done something evil.

perhaps most of us would feel confused about Mr.Brownlow’s reaction.But as a matter of fact, this is just the leon we should learn from him.Jesus said in the Bible.“Forgive not seven times, but seventy-times seven.” Why is that? Because forgivene is our ability to remove negative thoughts and neutralize them so our energy may be spent on doing what we came here for.We cannot move forward in our future if past iues cloud our thinking.Stop put Mr.Brownlow into the list of your models.Always give people a second chance no matter what they might have done.That’s also a substantial part of loving and caring others.

then there are Mrs.Maylie and Rose, Oliver’s other benefactors.Maybe the reason they loved and cared Oliver was not because of forgivene.In my point of view, it was trust.They had faith in Oliver when he was considered to be a filthy burglar who tried to break the front door of Maylie’s at midnight.But this wasn’t how these two ladies saw the whole thing.They denied Oliver’s crime immediately and listened attentively to Oliver’s own description of his miserable life.They were deeply touched by Oliver’s strong perseverance and astonishing vitality.Accordingly, they remedied Oliver’s body and heart and turned him into a different boy.He began to wear appropriate and clean suits which were tailor-made for him and receive education.

As far as we can see, it is trust that helps us all live together without precaution.Sometimes trust can even lead us to miracles, which we often expect to come about, so why not trust? Trust yourself, trust others, and you’ll salute miracles every single day.

In the novel, though the young Oliver again and again fell for conspiracies of those hideous thieves, who tried to torture Oliver’s body and poisoned Oliver’s heart intensely, he always lived on and tried hard to seek for his own life.Then I realized what supported him all through were actually beliefs.In most cases, what you believe is what you’ll become.Believe that you are unlimited, that you can do anything you commit to doing, and when you do, your accomplishments will know no bounds.You control your beliefs and that is how you ultimately control your life.It’s all dictated by your attitude.

In the final analysis, love and care contain numerous forms, there are love of forgivene, love of trust, etc.but they all come from your beliefs in life.When someone tells you he’s deceived you, forgive him anyway, when someone tells you what he’s done, trust him anyway, and when you face adversities while chasing your dreams, think about your beliefs, then what hinders you will become a piece of cake in no time.

So find out “Olivers” in your life and do as Mr.Brownlow and Mrs.Maylie do: love them and care them, which cost nothing but save much.They enrich those who receive, without impoverishing those who give.They can be certain smallest words or actions, but the memory of them sometimes last forever.

Charles Dickens said:“Love makes the world go around.” These immortal words have inspired and will keep on inspiring us to chant the melody of love and to say the prayer of care forevermore.Let us, therefore, enjoy life and treat other people lovingly.These principles are the roots and foundations of beliefs supporting this article and our miion together.

第13篇:雾都孤儿 读后感

Some Thoughts of the Novel Oliver Twist

江南小寒

Oliver Twist, one of the most famous works of Charles Dickens’, is a novel reflecting the tragic fact of the life in Britain in 18th century.The author who himself was born in a poor family wrote this novel in his twenties with a view to reveal the ugly masks of those cruel criminals and to expose the horror and violence hidden underneath the narrow and dirty streets in London.

Before reading the English version, I had already read this novel in Chinese when I was very young, borrowing from the library in my

hometown.And even now, I still remember the hero of this novel, Oliver Twist, an orphan who was thrown into a world full of poverty and crime.He suffered enormous pain, such as hunger, thirst, beating and abuse.The first time I read the tragic experiences of the little Oliver, I was shocked by his sufferings.I felt very sympathetic with the boy who was little younger than me and detested the evil Fagin and the brutal Bill.Just as we all know that the goodne always conquer devil eventually, after the theft, little Oliver was allowed to recover in the kind care of Mrs.Maylie and Rose and began a new life.He went for walks with them, or Rose read to him, and he worked hard at his leons.He felt as if he had left behind forever the world of crime and hardship and poverty.

Now in the second reading of this book, I learn more about.The resonance between me and the book makes me feel not only the kindne and the wickedne of all the characters in the novel, but what this aloof society lacks, and what I lack deep inside.They’re abstract like feelings, and some kinds of spiritual stimulation that all of us desire anxiously from one another —— love and care.The charitable old man in the book, Mr.

Brownlow, showed his great love and care to Oliver.He helped Oliver overcome many difficulties, and even forgave the little boy when it seemed that he had run away with his money.Mr.Brownlow took him home for the second time without hesitation, not caring if he had done something evil.Of course, we also need to see that Oliver kept on storing his kindne even though he was in ugly situation, and that’s why he deserved Mr.Brownlow’s love.

Love and care contain numerous forms, there are love of forgivene, love of trust, etc.but they all come from your beliefs in life.When

someone tells you he’s deceived you, forgive him anyway, when someone tells you what he’s done, trust him anyway, and when you face adversities while chasing your dreams, think about your beliefs, then what hinders you will become a piece of cake in no time.

Charles Dickens said: “Love makes the world go around.” These immortal words have inspired and will keep on inspiring us to chant the melody of love and to say the prayer of care forevermore.Let us,

therefore, enjoy life and treat other people lovingly.These principles are the roots and foundations of beliefs supporting this article and our miion together.

第14篇:《雾都孤儿》读后感

读《做人要有气度,做事要有尺度》有感

人生是一本深奥的“处世哲学”,如何“把握尺度”,将是你成就完美人生的关键。俗话说,没有规矩不成方圆。为人处世都应该有一定的标准与原则。倘若你将这些“尺度”拿捏的恰到火候,这无疑将为你赢得宽广深厚的人脉网。

春秋时的越王勾践,在失败后以当奴隶于吴为“小节”,卧薪尝胆,十年积蓄,一朝灭吴,最终成就了立国的大事;韩信不拘于胯下之辱,最终成了西汉的开国功臣;爱因斯坦不拘于衣衫褴褛,提出了相对论……这些成大事者志存高远,将目标放远,从大局着眼,不拘小节,最终获得成功。

“不拘小节”是一个比较泛化的概念,形容待人处世不拘泥于小事,不被小事约束手脚,多指不注意生活琐事。这里需要特别注意的是“拘”和“小节”两个地方。首先,“拘”是拘泥的意思,表达的是被束缚其中。很显然,不拘泥不等于不注重、不遵守。不束缚于小节,即让我们做事的眼界更宽阔、更灵活。其次,“小节”的意思是无关大局的细枝末节,非原则的琐事。其外延非常广泛,从小的方面来讲,涉及吃穿住行;从大的方面来讲,包括生死攸关等切身利益。科学家爱因斯坦整日蓬头垢面,可谓不拘小节;诗人李白豪放不羁,当称不拘小节;雷锋一心一意为人民服务,不在乎个人利益,更是不拘小节。

此外要注意,“小节”不同于“细节”。“细节”是构成事物的要素,不可或缺;而“小节”在事物发展中属于次要矛盾。一个细节被忽略了,那么它往往会影响整件事情的成败;而一个很大的小节可能对事物的发展毫无影响。这就像航行中的商船,如果船底破了一个小洞,则整艘船可能会沉入海底,那么这个小洞就是细节;而如果水面上的甲板上破了一个小洞,那么除了影响美观外,却不会造成任何损失,此时这个小洞就可称为小节。细节与小节是两个截然不同的概念,不能简单等同。

成大事者只有不拘小节,才能成功。

一方面,从“成大事者”的主体特点看。成大事者必是在某领域取得了杰出成就,并对社会产生的积极影响比较大、比较持久。纵观古今成大事者,不难发现他们具备一些共同特征:一是看待事物的眼光长远,并对事物的发展趋势具有敏锐的预见力和洞察力;二是善于抓住事物的主要矛盾,清楚“小节”的关键所在和作用,不会拘泥于没有原则的琐事上;三是成大事者一般性格独特,不拘小节。某领导人在人才的定义中提到:要用人唯贤,不拘小节……这在客观上肯定了不拘小节与人才之间的关系。

另一方面,从现实角度分析。人的精力非常有限,欲成大事,必须洞察事物的发展方向把握大局。正所谓“会当凌绝顶,一览众山小”。

只有心无杂念,才能一心一意地做事。若拘于小节,在非原则的琐事上投入大部分时间和精力,“眉毛胡子一把抓”,必然对成大事产生阻碍作用。

再一方面,从理论层面判断。事物的矛盾分为主要矛盾和次要矛盾,其中,“方向”“大局”是主要矛盾,对事物的发展起决定作用;“小节”是次要矛盾,对事件的发展不起决定作用。因此,在处理问题时不能舍本逐末。一般情况下,在解决主要矛盾的同时,次要矛盾也能迎刃而解

第15篇:雾都孤儿读后感

雾都孤儿读后感

《雾都孤儿》是查尔斯狄更斯先生继《匹克威客外传》之后的第二部长篇小说,是狄更斯先生的第一部伟大的社会小说,在世界文学史中占有重要位置。它是我很喜欢的一部小说,在初中时我就已经拜读过了,再次阅读我依然为之沉迷。

小说向我们展示了奥利弗•退斯特这样一个处在充满贫困与犯罪的世界里的孤儿,如何受到隐藏在伦敦狭小、肮脏的偏僻街道里的恐怖与暴力的摧残,及如何得到一些好心人如春天般的温暖关怀。奥利弗的母亲在生下他的时候已经力竭而死,而母亲的唯一财产也被在场的一位接生的老妇人窃取。因此,奥利弗不得不在济贫院过着吃不饱穿不暖还要被责骂的生活。后来在棺材店被诺亚和老板娘尽情辱骂殴打,好不容易支撑着瘦弱的身体逃到了伦敦,却被一不小心被机灵鬼骗进了贼窝。但善良和正义最终会战胜邪恶的,先是被布朗罗先生所救,后在参与一次入室抢劫时,奥利弗被罗斯小姐拯救了。而女贼南希不忍欺骗这个可怜的孩子,将奥利弗尔同父异母的哥哥——蒙克斯想将他变成一个十恶不赦的贼,因此独吞财产的可恶阴谋告诉了罗斯。案发后,老费金被判处绞刑,赛克斯逃跑中不小心勒死了自己,蒙克斯被宽恕却本性难移最终客死异乡。而主人公奥利弗尔则被父亲的朋友布朗罗先生收养,过上了幸福的生活。结局是我们希望的大团圆。

众所周知一部伟大的小说,其作者必是用全部的力量和心血锻造的。当时的大环境催生了这部作品的诞生。狄更斯所处的 19 世纪,正是英国维多利亚的盛世时代。一方面是工业的蓬勃发展带来了社会全面的繁荣;另一方面,经济的快速发展,加剧了社会矛盾和劳资矛盾,贫富两级分化,贫民的生存问题日益严重,悲惨的城市流浪儿童成为严重的社会问题之一 。而作者本人就曾经是一个贫困家庭的儿童,所以他有发言权,读者读起来也更觉得真实可信。贫民区一座

座破败黑暗的房子里传出的儿童饥饿的哭声,街上瘦骨嶙峋的孩童给童年的狄更斯留下了难以忘记的印象,也使他有机会看到 接触到和他命运相同的贫困儿童的真实生活,这也为他创作雾都孤儿提供了丰富的素材。可以说,狄更斯在其创作的儿童苦难小说中对人物心理和行为的细腻刻画和真实把握,都得力于他童年时代的真实经历。 当然经历只是一部分,要不岂不是每个有过这种经历的贫民都成为了查尔斯狄更斯。它的伟大得益于作者卓越的写作才能。他以高度的艺术概括,生动的细节描写,妙趣横生的幽默和细致入微的心理分析,塑造了许多难忘的形象,真实的再现了19世纪英国的社会原貌,具有强大的感染力和认识价值。他反映生活广泛多样,开掘深而有力。他并没有采用说教或者概念化的方式表现他的倾向,而是以生动的艺术形象激发读者的感慨憎恨同情和热爱。他笔下的人物大多有鲜明的个性。他善于运用艺术夸张的手法突出人物形象的描写特征,用他们习惯的动作姿势和用语等来揭示他们内心的生活和思想面貌。他还善于从生活中汲取生动的人民的语言,以人物的特点和性格。反讽的手法在这里也被狄更斯先生用的淋漓尽致。其笔下的邦布尔俨然成为英语中骄横小吏的代名词,无能.显摆。一提起费金,读者们眼前会浮现出他那猥琐的样貌,吝啬的秉性,狡猾奸诈。赛克斯则是一副凶神恶煞的样子,粗暴,暴虎冯河。南希可爱又可恨,一方面她良心还在,袒护着奥利佛,主动找罗斯小姐,另一方面她又假装姐姐把奥利佛强行带回贼窝。书中大量的巧合比如奥利佛一开始偷便是偷得父亲的好友布朗罗先生,抢劫的罗斯小姐恰是奥利佛的姨妈。这里更可见作者的匠心独运!

我想狄更斯先生通过此书揭露了上社会的不公和上层社会的恶习和丑陋,批判了当时英国的资本主义体制的道德败坏,我想他希望自己的书能唤醒每一个沉睡的人,终止愚蠢的做法,开始爱和情义的撒播。人应当懂得感恩,懂得奉献,懂得宽恕,懂得坚持,不管前路多坎坷,我心如一,能出淤泥而不染,坚持向真善美迈进,在乌烟瘴气的环境中依然如莲花般纯洁美丽的人,最终会得到美好的未来。读罢此书我更加珍惜当下的生活,生活的触角也将会伸向哪些贫困的孩子,尽己之力,为建设和谐社会添砖加瓦,愿我华夏大地幸福之花常开不败!

第16篇:《雾都孤儿》读后感

《雾都孤儿》读后感

山师二附中 09级十二班 袁野

暑假里,我读了《雾都孤儿》这部世界名著,文中所描绘的生动的人物形象以及环环紧扣的故事情节深深地打动了我的心。这是狄更斯第二部长篇小说,他抱着一个崇高的目的:抗议社会的不公,并唤起社会舆论,推行改革,使处于水深火热中的贫民得到救助.正因为如此,狄更斯历来被我国及前苏联学者界定为\\\"英国文学上批判现实主义的创始人和最伟大的代表\\\".狄更斯的创作,想象力极为丰富,充满诗的激情,讽刺意味极为浓厚,文中多常常使用反话,他着意渲染自己的道德理想,处处突破自然的忠实临摹.《雾都孤儿》首次出版于1838年。当时并不时兴写作反映生活的悲惨现实小

说,但狄更斯存心要使读者震惊。他想要展示出罪犯们的真实面目,揭露出隐藏在伦敦狭小、肮脏的偏僻街道里的恐怖与暴力。因此他为我们写了邪恶的费根,残暴的比尔.塞克斯,以及一大群窃贼强盗。这些人撒谎、欺诈、偷窃,害怕进监狱,害怕刽子手把绞索套到他们的脖子上,在惴惴不安中生活。可是,狄更斯试图说明,善良能克服一切艰难险阻。因此,他为我们塑造了南希——可怜、凄惨、悲苦的南希,她生活在一个残忍的世界里,却挣扎着要忠实于她所爱的人。还为我们写出来小奥利弗——一个可怜孤儿,他被投入一个充满贫困与犯罪的世界,忍饥挨饿,挨打挨骂,从来没有人爱他。可是,可怜的小奥利弗并没有听从小偷们的教唆以及威逼利诱。在塞克斯的手枪的威胁下,仍然想着如何提醒这户人家有小偷,在这样的环境下,还能够保持着一个高尚,纯洁的心实属不易。这一点,我们要向小奥利弗学习,要像他一样,在面对一些邪恶的不良信息的诱惑和别人的蛊惑时,我们要能保持清醒的头脑,不让这些邪恶的东西腐蚀我们的灵魂,从而做一个“出污泥而不染”的正人君子。

《雾都孤儿》个性化的语言是狄更斯在人物塑造上运用得十分出色的一种手

段.书中的流氓,盗贼,妓女的语言都符合其身份,甚至还用了黑道的黑话.然而,狄更斯决不作自然主义的再现,而是进行加工,提炼和选择,避免使用污秽,下流的话语.主人公奥立弗语言规范,谈吐文雅,他甚至不知偷窃为何物.他是在济贫院长大的孤儿,从未受到良好的教育,所接触的都是罪恶累累,堕落不堪之辈,直到本书最后,他父亲年轻时的好友才对他进行教育,所以说他不可能讲这么好的英文。这是无法解释的.可见,狄更斯着力表现的是自己的道德理想,而不是追求完全的逼真。在优秀的现实主义小说中,故事情节往往是在环境作用下的人物性格发展史。然而,狄更斯不拘任何格套,想要多少巧合就安排多少巧合.奥立弗第一次跟小偷上街,被掏兜的第一人恰巧就是他亡父的好友布朗娄;。第二次,他在匪徒赛克斯的劫持下入室行窃,被偷的恰好是他亲姨妈露丝·梅莱家。这在情理上无论如何是说不过去的。但狄更斯自有天大的本领,在具体的细节描写中充满生活气息和激情,使你读时紧张得喘不过气来,对这种本来是牵强的,不自然的情

节也信以为真。这就是狄更斯的艺术世界的魅力。书中贼首,老犹太费金受审时的描写始终从费金的心理视角出发,在这里,

狄更斯对一系列细节描写得相得细致,生动,不但极其细腻的描绘了客观事物,而且切入了人物的内心世界,表现了他极其丰富的想象力.读这本小说,使我受益非浅,《雾都孤儿》以小奥利弗这个人物为线索贯穿全文,情节环环紧扣,牵动着读者的心。书中的时代背景仿佛映衬在我的眼帘,把我也带到了另外一个世界中。当时的社会环境下人们受着怎样的哀苦,过着贫困的生活,我们如今的生活条件不知比以前好多少倍,这样的条件我们应该珍惜。当我们抱怨饭菜难吃,衣服款式难看时,想想有多少人吃不饱,穿不暖?我们应该注意节俭,不浪费!想想小奥利弗吧,当棺材店的老板娘将连狗都不吃的臭饭菜端给他时,他毫不犹豫地吃了下去,由此可见他当时有多么饥饿,生活有多么悲惨了。本书反映了当时人与人之间的金钱利益关系,人们之间的利用关系,黑暗的现实社会下人们的冷漠、自私的本性得到了全然的体现。在那样的国度里,人们缺乏完善的管理制度,同时也揭露了许多的社会问题,在邪恶与正义的对抗中,正义最终战胜了邪恶,印证了这一不变的真理。我又由此想到了《狼》这一篇课文,在面对像狼一样狡猾的坏人时,我们要像屠户一样敢于斗争,善于斗争。不能抱有侥幸心理。正义终将战胜邪恶!

第17篇:《雾都孤儿》读后感

《雾都孤儿》读后感

我是个书虫,喜欢啃各种各样的书。许多书的扉页上都提到了《雾都孤儿》这本书,趁着暑假,我把这本书买回来,准备饱餐一顿。

书的第一章写到主人公奥利弗刚一出生,母亲就死了,他再没有任何亲人。我看了之后,为奥利弗感到伤心,并觉得这本书记述的都是悲剧。我越看越起劲,并为奥利弗的处境好转而由衷地感到欣慰。本文的主人公奥利弗·特威斯特是出生在救贫院中的孤儿,他在救贫院的寄养所里被“养育”了九年,然后被送到一个承办丧事的棺材店里当学徒,他无法忍受那里的不公和虐待,于是历经艰险逃往伦敦,不料落入了贼巢。一次偶然的机会,他被一位老绅士救出,老绅士收他为养子并对他施以知识的恩泽。他却又一次被绑架回贼巢之中,经一番周折,终于在一些好心人和老绅士的帮助下重新得救并夺回遗产。最后,奥利弗同老绅士以及好心人们过上了幸福快乐的生活。

这本书让我印象最深刻的是:“奥利弗在入贼巢到被救,被救后又被抓,直到最后又被救出时一直都是靠着顽强的毅力挺下来的。因为他向往美好幸福的生活,便不甘心留在贼巢做小偷,而想方设法地要逃离贼巢。奥利弗的那种顽强毅力是一般人所没有的,我们应该学习奥利弗,不管遇到什么困难,都要用顽强的毅力挺过去,而不是垂头丧气地放弃了。

想到奥利弗就想到我自己,我现在非常的幸福!我想学什么爸爸妈妈就让我去学。可跟奥利弗相比,我就差了一大截。四岁的时候,我去学跳舞,学跳舞必需劈腿。压腿,很疼。一天下来,我已经累得不行了,我坚持学了一年,便学不下去了。后来,我看见一些同龄人在滑冰,“哧溜”一下就已滑出几米开外,看着他们欢快的神情,我心里直痒痒。爸爸妈妈给我买了滑冰鞋,并带我到滑冰池里滑冰。我学得很认真,在刚会慢慢滑几下的时候,我经常会因为保持不了平衡而摔跤,可痛了。我摔怕了,觉得滑冰一点也不好玩,就放弃了滑冰。

我没有奥利弗那顽强的毅力,但是我会慢慢改掉自己的坏习惯,成为一个有毅力的人。

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