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《最后一战》第64期:黑夜笼罩纳尼亚(2)

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The light from behind them (and a little to their right) was so strong that it lit up even the slopes of the Northern Moors. Something was moving there. Enormous animals were crawling and sliding down into Narnia: great dragons and giant lizards and featherless birds with wings like bats' wings. They disappeared into the woods and for a few minutes there was silence. Then there came - at first from very far off - sounds of wailing and then, from every direction, a rustling and a pattering and a sound of wings. It came nearer and nearer. Soon one could distinguish the scamper of little feet from the padding of big paws, and the clack-clack of light little hoofs from the thunder of great ones. And then one could see thousands of pairs of eyes gleaming. And at last, out of the shadow of the trees, racing up the hill for dear life, by thousands and by millions, came all kinds of creatures - Talking Beasts, Dwarfs, Satyrs, Fauns, Giants, Calormenes, men from Archenland, Monopods, and strange unearthly things from the remote islands of the unknown Western lands. And all these ran up to the doorway where Aslan stood.从他们背后(稍为偏右一点儿)照射过来的光芒是那么强烈,甚至把北方高沼地的土坡也照亮了。有些东西在那儿走动。巨大的野兽正在爬行着悄悄地下坡,进入纳尼亚:庞大的龙,巨型的蜥蜴,浑身无羽毛、生着蝙蝠式翅膀的鸟儿。它们消失在树林里,几分钟后便寂静无声了。接着,传来了——起初是从很远的地方——号啕痛哭的声音,随即又从四面八方传来了沙沙瑟瑟声,啪哒啪哒声和振翅鼓翼声。声音愈来俞近。不久便能分辨出,大脚的跳跳蹦蹦和大脚爪的啪哒啪哒,小而轻的蹄子的嘚嘚声和大而重的蹄子的隆隆声。接下来就看得见成千双眼睛在闪光了。最后,从树木的阴影里蹿出来成千上万、各种各类的野兽,为了保住宝贵的性命,纷纷争先恐后地跑上山去——会说人话的兽类、小矮人、森林之神、半人半羊的农牧神、巨人、卡乐门人、阿钦兰人、马诺帕德人,以及来自遥远的岛屿和陌生的西方陆地的奇异的神怪之物。所有这些人、兽、怪物,都朝着阿斯兰所站立的那个门口跑去。
This part of the adventure was the only one which seemed rather like a dream at the time and rather hard to remember properly afterwards. Especially, one couldn't say how long it had taken. Sometimes it seemed to have lasted only a few minutes, but at others it felt as if it might have gone on for years. Obviously, unless either the Door had grown very much larger or the creatures had suddenly grown as small as gnats, a crowd like that couldn't ever have tried to get through it. But no one thought about that sort of thing at the time.这一部分惊险经历是绝无仅有的,当时仿佛很像是个梦,事后也很难记忆得恰当正确。特别是,没法儿说清楚这种情况持续了多久。有时候,仿佛只经历了几分钟;但,有时候却又觉得仿佛经历了好几年。事情十分明显:除非那门变得极大极大,或者那些动物突然变得小如小虫,那么一大群的动物是没法儿试图穿过那个门的。但当时谁也没有思考过诸如此类的问题。
The creatures came rushing on, their eyes brighter and brighter as they drew nearer and nearer to the standing Stars. But as they came right up to Aslan one or other of two things happened to each of them. They all looked straight in his face, I don't think they had any choice about that. And when some looked, the expression of their faces changed terribly - it was fear and hatred: except that, on the faces of Talking Bears, the fear and hatred lasted only for a fraction of a second. You could see that they suddenly ceased to the Talking Beasts. They were just ordinary animals. And all the creatures who looked at Aslan in that way swerved to their right, his left, and disappeared into his huge black shadow, which (as you have heard) streamed away to the left of the doorway. The children never saw them again. I don't know what became of them. But the others looked in the face of Aslan and loved him, though some of them were very frightened at the same time. And all these came in at the Door, in on Aslan's right. There were some queer specimens among them. Eustace even recognized one of those very Dwarfs who had helped to shoot the Horses. But he had no time to wonder about that sort of thing (and anyway it was no business of his) for a great joy put everything else out of his head. Among the happy creatures who now came crowding round Tirian and his friends were all those whom they had thought dead. There was Roonwit the Centaur and Jewel the Unicorn and the good Boar and the good Bear, and Farsight the Eagle, and the dear Dogs and the Horses, and Poggin the Dwarf.芸芸众生涌过来了,他们愈走愈靠近站在地上的繁星,他们的眼睛便愈来愈明亮。但,当他们走到阿斯兰跟前时,每个人都会在两桩事情中碰到一桩,不是这样,便是那样。他们大家都笔直地瞧着阿斯兰的脸;我想他们必须如此,没有选择的余地。有的瞧着阿斯兰时,脸色可怕地变了——这是由于害怕和憎恨;会说人话的野兽倒是例外,害怕和憎恨的脸色出现了一秒钟还不到。你能看见它们突然变成不会说人话的野兽了。它们就成了普普通通的动物。所有的动物,凡是这样瞧着阿斯兰的,都突然转向右面,也就是到了阿斯兰的左边,在阿斯兰巨大的黑影里销声匿迹了(正如你所听说的),这黑影儿是向门口左边儿泻开去的。孩子们这就再也见不到它们了。我不知道它们变成了什么。但,其他的动物目不转睛地瞧着阿斯兰,心里也爱着阿斯兰,尽管有几个同时心里也非常害怕。所有这些动物,进到门里,站在阿斯兰的右边。其中也有些古怪的家伙。尤斯塔斯甚至认出了一个小矮人,他当初就是帮着敌人用箭射杀马儿的小矮人之一。但他也没有时间去为这种事情纳罕(无论如何,那也不是他的事情),因为另有一大喜事使他把其他一切事情都丢在脑后了。现在走过来拥挤在蒂莲和他的朋友们周围的快乐的人们之中,都是那些早已被认为死去的战友:有人头马龙威特和独角兽珍宝、善良的野猪和善良的熊和千里眼老鹰,亲爱的狗儿和马儿、小矮人波金等。
"Further in and higher up!" cried Roonwit and thundered away in a gallop to the West. And though they did not understand him, the words somehow set them tingling all over. The Boar grunted at them cheerfully. The Bear was just going to mutter that he still didn't understand, when he caught sight of the fruit-trees behind them. He waddled to those trees as fast as he could and there, no doubt, found something he understood very well. But the Dogs remained, wagging their tails, and Poggin remained, shaking hands with everyone and grinning all over his honest face. And Jewel leaned his snowy white head over the King's shoulder and the King whispered in Jewel's ear. Then everyone turned his attention again to what could be seen through the Doorway.“更深入更高!”龙威特大声呐喊,蹄声隆隆地向西边驰去了。虽然他们不了解它,但它这话却不知怎么的使他们浑身激动。野猪高高兴兴地向他们咕咕哝哝地说话。熊正要唠叨它仍旧搞不明白时,看到了他们背后的果树。它赶快摇摇晃晃地走到那些果树跟前,毫无疑问,它找到了它十分懂得的食物。但狗儿们摇着尾巴留下来了;波金也留下了,跟大家握手,诚实的脸上满面都是笑容。独角兽珍宝把它白发苍苍的脑袋靠在国王的肩膀上,国王在珍宝的耳朵边低声说话。接着,大家把注意力重新集中在从门口可以望得见的情况上。

The light from behind them (and a little to their right) was so strong that it lit up even the slopes of the Northern Moors. Something was moving there. Enormous animals were crawling and sliding down into Narnia: great dragons and giant lizards and featherless birds with wings like bats' wings. They disappeared into the woods and for a few minutes there was silence. Then there came - at first from very far off - sounds of wailing and then, from every direction, a rustling and a pattering and a sound of wings. It came nearer and nearer. Soon one could distinguish the scamper of little feet from the padding of big paws, and the clack-clack of light little hoofs from the thunder of great ones. And then one could see thousands of pairs of eyes gleaming. And at last, out of the shadow of the trees, racing up the hill for dear life, by thousands and by millions, came all kinds of creatures - Talking Beasts, Dwarfs, Satyrs, Fauns, Giants, Calormenes, men from Archenland, Monopods, and strange unearthly things from the remote islands of the unknown Western lands. And all these ran up to the doorway where Aslan stood.

This part of the adventure was the only one which seemed rather like a dream at the time and rather hard to remember properly afterwards. Especially, one couldn't say how long it had taken. Sometimes it seemed to have lasted only a few minutes, but at others it felt as if it might have gone on for years. Obviously, unless either the Door had grown very much larger or the creatures had suddenly grown as small as gnats, a crowd like that couldn't ever have tried to get through it. But no one thought about that sort of thing at the time.

The creatures came rushing on, their eyes brighter and brighter as they drew nearer and nearer to the standing Stars. But as they came right up to Aslan one or other of two things happened to each of them. They all looked straight in his face, I don't think they had any choice about that. And when some looked, the expression of their faces changed terribly - it was fear and hatred: except that, on the faces of Talking Bears, the fear and hatred lasted only for a fraction of a second. You could see that they suddenly ceased to the Talking Beasts. They were just ordinary animals. And all the creatures who looked at Aslan in that way swerved to their right, his left, and disappeared into his huge black shadow, which (as you have heard) streamed away to the left of the doorway. The children never saw them again. I don't know what became of them. But the others looked in the face of Aslan and loved him, though some of them were very frightened at the same time. And all these came in at the Door, in on Aslan's right. There were some queer specimens among them. Eustace even recognized one of those very Dwarfs who had helped to shoot the Horses. But he had no time to wonder about that sort of thing (and anyway it was no business of his) for a great joy put everything else out of his head. Among the happy creatures who now came crowding round Tirian and his friends were all those whom they had thought dead. There was Roonwit the Centaur and Jewel the Unicorn and the good Boar and the good Bear, and Farsight the Eagle, and the dear Dogs and the Horses, and Poggin the Dwarf.

"Further in and higher up!" cried Roonwit and thundered away in a gallop to the West. And though they did not understand him, the words somehow set them tingling all over. The Boar grunted at them cheerfully. The Bear was just going to mutter that he still didn't understand, when he caught sight of the fruit-trees behind them. He waddled to those trees as fast as he could and there, no doubt, found something he understood very well. But the Dogs remained, wagging their tails, and Poggin remained, shaking hands with everyone and grinning all over his honest face. And Jewel leaned his snowy white head over the King's shoulder and the King whispered in Jewel's ear. Then everyone turned his attention again to what could be seen through the Doorway.

从他们背后(稍为偏右一点儿)照射过来的光芒是那么强烈,甚至把北方高沼地的土坡也照亮了。有些东西在那儿走动。巨大的野兽正在爬行着悄悄地下坡,进入纳尼亚:庞大的龙,巨型的蜥蜴,浑身无羽毛、生着蝙蝠式翅膀的鸟儿。它们消失在树林里,几分钟后便寂静无声了。接着,传来了——起初是从很远的地方——号啕痛哭的声音,随即又从四面八方传来了沙沙瑟瑟声,啪哒啪哒声和振翅鼓翼声。声音愈来俞近。不久便能分辨出,大脚的跳跳蹦蹦和大脚爪的啪哒啪哒,小而轻的蹄子的嘚嘚声和大而重的蹄子的隆隆声。接下来就看得见成千双眼睛在闪光了。最后,从树木的阴影里蹿出来成千上万、各种各类的野兽,为了保住宝贵的性命,纷纷争先恐后地跑上山去——会说人话的兽类、小矮人、森林之神、半人半羊的农牧神、巨人、卡乐门人、阿钦兰人、马诺帕德人,以及来自遥远的岛屿和陌生的西方陆地的奇异的神怪之物。所有这些人、兽、怪物,都朝着阿斯兰所站立的那个门口跑去。

这一部分惊险经历是绝无仅有的,当时仿佛很像是个梦,事后也很难记忆得恰当正确。特别是,没法儿说清楚这种情况持续了多久。有时候,仿佛只经历了几分钟;但,有时候却又觉得仿佛经历了好几年。事情十分明显:除非那门变得极大极大,或者那些动物突然变得小如小虫,那么一大群的动物是没法儿试图穿过那个门的。但当时谁也没有思考过诸如此类的问题。

芸芸众生涌过来了,他们愈走愈靠近站在地上的繁星,他们的眼睛便愈来愈明亮。但,当他们走到阿斯兰跟前时,每个人都会在两桩事情中碰到一桩,不是这样,便是那样。他们大家都笔直地瞧着阿斯兰的脸;我想他们必须如此,没有选择的余地。有的瞧着阿斯兰时,脸色可怕地变了——这是由于害怕和憎恨;会说人话的野兽倒是例外,害怕和憎恨的脸色出现了一秒钟还不到。你能看见它们突然变成不会说人话的野兽了。它们就成了普普通通的动物。所有的动物,凡是这样瞧着阿斯兰的,都突然转向右面,也就是到了阿斯兰的左边,在阿斯兰巨大的黑影里销声匿迹了(正如你所听说的),这黑影儿是向门口左边儿泻开去的。孩子们这就再也见不到它们了。我不知道它们变成了什么。但,其他的动物目不转睛地瞧着阿斯兰,心里也爱着阿斯兰,尽管有几个同时心里也非常害怕。所有这些动物,进到门里,站在阿斯兰的右边。其中也有些古怪的家伙。尤斯塔斯甚至认出了一个小矮人,他当初就是帮着敌人用箭射杀马儿的小矮人之一。但他也没有时间去为这种事情纳罕(无论如何,那也不是他的事情),因为另有一大喜事使他把其他一切事情都丢在脑后了。现在走过来拥挤在蒂莲和他的朋友们周围的快乐的人们之中,都是那些早已被认为死去的战友:有人头马龙威特和独角兽珍宝、善良的野猪和善良的熊和千里眼老鹰,亲爱的狗儿和马儿、小矮人波金等。

“更深入更高!”龙威特大声呐喊,蹄声隆隆地向西边驰去了。虽然他们不了解它,但它这话却不知怎么的使他们浑身激动。野猪高高兴兴地向他们咕咕哝哝地说话。熊正要唠叨它仍旧搞不明白时,看到了他们背后的果树。它赶快摇摇晃晃地走到那些果树跟前,毫无疑问,它找到了它十分懂得的食物。但狗儿们摇着尾巴留下来了;波金也留下了,跟大家握手,诚实的脸上满面都是笑容。独角兽珍宝把它白发苍苍的脑袋靠在国王的肩膀上,国王在珍宝的耳朵边低声说话。接着,大家把注意力重新集中在从门口可以望得见的情况上。

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enormous [i'nɔ:məs]

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adj. 巨大的,庞大的

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fraction ['frækʃən]

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n. 分数,小部分,破片

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hatred ['heitrid]

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n. 憎恶,憎恨,怨恨

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frightened ['fraitnd]

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adj. 受惊的,受恐吓的

 
remote [ri'məut]

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adj. 偏僻的,遥远的,远程的,(感情等)距离很大

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unicorn ['ju:nikɔ:n]

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n. (传说中的)独角兽

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shoulder ['ʃəuldə]

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n. 肩膀,肩部
v. 扛,肩负,承担,(用肩

 
except [ik'sept]

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vt. 除,除外
prep. & conj.

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dwarf [dwɔ:f]

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n. 矮子,侏儒
vt. 使矮小
v

 
padding ['pædiŋ]

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n. 垫充,垫塞,填料,废话

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