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首页 46-《查理的巧克力工厂》(英文版)

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46-《查理的巧克力工厂》(英文版)

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简介:本文档为《46-《查理的巧克力工厂》(英文版)pdf》,可适用于高等教育领域

ROALDDAHLCharlieandtheChocolateFactoryTherearefivechildreninthisbook:AUGUSTUSGLOOPAgreedyboyVERUCASALTAgirlwhoisspoiledbyherparentsVIOLETBEAUREGARDEAgirlwhochewsgumalldaylongMIKETEAVEEAboywhodoesnothingbutwatchtelevisionAndCHARLIEBUCKETTheheroHereComesCharlieThesetwoveryoldpeoplearethefatherandmotherofMrBucketTheirnamesareGrandpaJoeandGrandmaJosephineAndthesetwoveryoldpeoplearethefatherandmotherofMrsBucketTheirnamesareGrandpaGeorgeandGrandmaGeorginaThisisMrBucketThisisMrsBucketMrandMrsBuckethaveasmallboywhosenameisCharlieThisisCharlieHowd'youdoAndhowd'youdoAndhowd'youdoagainHeispleasedtomeetyouThewholeofthisfamilythesixgrownups(countthem)andlittleCharlieBucketlivetogetherinasmallwoodenhouseontheedgeofagreattownThehousewasn'tnearlylargeenoughforsomanypeople,andlifewasextremelyuncomfortableforthemallTherewereonlytworoomsintheplacealtogether,andtherewasonlyonebedThebedwasgiventothefouroldgrandparentsbecausetheyweresooldandtiredTheyweresotired,theynevergotoutofitGrandpaJoeandGrandmaJosephineonthisside,GrandpaGeorgeandGrandmaGeorginaonthissideMrandMrsBucketandlittleCharlieBucketsleptintheotherroom,uponmattressesonthefloorInthesummertime,thiswasn'ttoobad,butinthewinter,freezingcolddraughtsblewacrossthefloorallnightlong,anditwasawfulTherewasn'tanyquestionofthembeingabletobuyabetterhouseorevenonemorebedtosleepinTheywerefartoopoorforthatMrBucketwastheonlypersoninthefamilywithajobHeworkedinatoothpastefactory,wherehesatalldaylongatabenchandscrewedthelittlecapsontothetopsofthetubesoftoothpasteafterthetubeshadbeenfilledButatoothpastecapscrewerisneverpaidverymuchmoney,andpoorMrBucket,howeverhardheworked,andhoweverfasthescrewedonthecaps,wasneverabletomakeenoughtobuyonehalfofthethingsthatsolargeafamilyneededTherewasn'tevenenoughmoneytobuyproperfoodforthemallTheonlymealstheycouldaffordwerebreadandmargarineforbreakfast,boiledpotatoesandcabbageforlunch,andcabbagesoupforsupperSundayswereabitbetterTheyalllookedforwardtoSundaysbecausethen,althoughtheyhadexactlythesame,everyonewasallowedasecondhelpingTheBuckets,ofcourse,didn'tstarve,buteveryoneofthemthetwooldgrandfathers,thetwooldgrandmothers,Charlie'sfather,Charlie'smother,andespeciallylittleCharliehimselfwentaboutfrommorningtillnightwithahorribleemptyfeelingintheirtummiesCharliefeltitworstofallAndalthoughhisfatherandmotheroftenwentwithouttheirownshareoflunchorsuppersothattheycouldgiveittohim,itstillwasn'tnearlyenoughforagrowingboyHedesperatelywantedsomethingmorefillingandsatisfyingthancabbageandcabbagesoupTheonethinghelongedformorethananythingelsewasCHOCOLATEWalkingtoschoolinthemornings,Charliecouldseegreatslabsofchocolatepileduphighintheshopwindows,andhewouldstopandstareandpresshisnoseagainsttheglass,hismouthwateringlikemadManytimesaday,hewouldseeotherchildrentakingbarsofcreamychocolateoutoftheirpocketsandmunchingthemgreedily,andthat,ofcourse,waspuretortureOnlyonceayear,onhisbirthday,didCharlieBucketevergettotasteabitofchocolateThewholefamilysaveduptheirmoneyforthatspecialoccasion,andwhenthegreatdayarrived,CharliewasalwayspresentedwithonesmallchocolatebartoeatallbyhimselfAndeachtimehereceivedit,onthosemarvellousbirthdaymornings,hewouldplaceitcarefullyinasmallwoodenboxthatheowned,andtreasureitasthoughitwereabarofsolidgoldandforthenextfewdays,hewouldallowhimselfonlytolookatit,butnevertotouchitThenatlast,whenhecouldstanditnolonger,hewouldpeelbackatinybitofthepaperwrappingatonecornertoexposeatinybitofchocolate,andthenhewouldtakeatinynibblejustenoughtoallowthelovelysweettastetospreadoutslowlyoverhistongueThenextday,hewouldtakeanothertinynibble,andsoon,andsoonAndinthisway,CharliewouldmakehissixpennybarofbirthdaychocolatelasthimformorethanamonthButIhaven'tyettoldyouabouttheoneawfulthingthattorturedlittleCharlie,theloverofchocolate,morethananythingelseThisthing,forhim,wasfar,farworsethanseeingslabsofchocolateintheshopwindowsorwatchingotherchildrenmunchingbarsofcreamychocolaterightinfrontofhimItwasthemostterribletorturingthingyoucouldimagine,anditwasthis:Inthetownitself,actuallywithinsightofthehouseinwhichCharlielived,therewasanENORMOUSCHOCOLATEFACTORY!Justimaginethat!Anditwasn'tsimplyanordinaryenormouschocolatefactory,eitherItwasthelargestandmostfamousinthewholeworld!ItwasWONKA'SFACTORY,ownedbyamancalledMrWillyWonka,thegreatestinventorandmakerofchocolatesthattherehaseverbeenAndwhatatremendous,marvellousplaceitwas!Ithadhugeirongatesleadingintoit,andahighwallsurroundingit,andsmokebelchingfromitschimneys,andstrangewhizzingsoundscomingfromdeepinsideitAndoutsidethewalls,forhalfamilearoundineverydirection,theairwasscentedwiththeheavyrichsmellofmeltingchocolate!Twiceaday,onhiswaytoandfromschool,littleCharlieBuckethadtowalkrightpastthegatesofthefactoryAndeverytimehewentby,hewouldbegintowalkvery,veryslowly,andhewouldholdhisnosehighintheairandtakelongdeepsniffsofthegorgeouschocolateysmellallaroundhimOh,howhelovedthatsmell!Andoh,howhewishedhecouldgoinsidethefactoryandseewhatitwaslike!MrWillyWonka'sFactoryIntheevenings,afterhehadfinishedhissupperofwaterycabbagesoup,Charliealwayswentintotheroomofhisfourgrandparentstolistentotheirstories,andthenafterwardstosaygoodnightEveryoneoftheseoldpeoplewasoverninetyTheywereasshrivelledasprunes,andasbonyasskeletons,andthroughouttheday,untilCharliemadehisappearance,theylayhuddledintheironebed,twoateitherend,withnightcapsontokeeptheirheadswarm,dozingthetimeawaywithnothingtodoButassoonastheyheardthedooropening,andheardCharlie'svoicesaying,'Goodevening,GrandpaJoeandGrandmaJosephine,andGrandpaGeorgeandGrandmaGeorgina,'thenallfourofthemwouldsuddenlysitup,andtheiroldwrinkledfaceswouldlightupwithsmilesofpleasureandthetalkingwouldbeginFortheylovedthislittleboyHewastheonlybrightthingintheirlives,andhiseveningvisitsweresomethingthattheylookedforwardtoalldaylongOften,Charlie'smotherandfatherwouldcomeinaswell,andstandbythedoor,listeningtothestoriesthattheoldpeopletoldandthus,forperhapshalfanhoureverynight,thisroomwouldbecomeahappyplace,andthewholefamilywouldforgetthatitwashungryandpoorOneevening,whenCharliewentintoseehisgrandparents,hesaidtothem,'IsitreallytruethatWonka'sChocolateFactoryisthebiggestintheworld''True'criedallfourofthematonce'Ofcourseit'strue!Goodheavens,didn'tyouknowthatIt'saboutfiftytimesasbigasanyother!''AndisMrWillyWonkareallythecleverestchocolatemakerintheworld''Mydearboy,'saidGrandpaJoe,raisinghimselfupalittlehigheronhispillow,'MrWillyWonkaisthemostamazing,themostfantastic,themostextraordinarychocolatemakertheworldhaseverseen!Ithoughteverybodyknewthat!''Iknewhewasfamous,GrandpaJoe,andIknewhewasveryclever''Clever!'criedtheoldman'He'smorethanthat!He'samagicianwithchocolate!Hecanmakeanythinganythinghewants!Isn'tthatafact,mydears'Theotherthreeoldpeoplenoddedtheirheadsslowlyupanddown,andsaid,'AbsolutelytrueJustastrueascanbe'AndGrandpaJoesaid,'YoumeantosayI'venevertoldyouaboutMrWillyWonkaandhisfactory''Never,'answeredlittleCharlie'Goodheavensabove!Idon'tknowwhat'sthematterwithme!''Willyoutellmenow,GrandpaJoe,please''IcertainlywillSitdownbesidemeonthebed,mydear,andlistencarefully'GrandpaJoewastheoldestofthefourgrandparentsHewasninetysixandahalf,andthatisjustaboutasoldasanybodycanbeLikeallextremelyoldpeople,hewasdelicateandweak,andthroughoutthedayhespokeverylittleButintheevenings,whenCharlie,hisbelovedgrandson,wasintheroom,heseemedinsomemarvellouswaytogrowquiteyoungagainAllhistirednessfellawayfromhim,andhebecameaseagerandexcitedasayoungboy'Oh,whatamanheis,thisMrWillyWonka!'criedGrandpaJoe'Didyouknow,forexample,thathehashimselfinventedmorethantwohundrednewkindsofchocolatebars,eachwithadifferentcentre,eachfarsweeterandcreamierandmoredeliciousthananythingtheotherchocolatefactoriescanmake!''Perfectlytrue!'criedGrandmaJosephine'Andhesendsthemtoallthefourcornersoftheearth!Isn'tthatso,GrandpaJoe''Itis,mydear,itisAndtoallthekingsandpresidentsoftheworldaswellButitisn'tonlychocolatebarsthathemakesOh,dearme,no!Hehassomereallyfantasticinventionsuphissleeve,MrWillyWonkahas!Didyouknowthathe'sinventedawayofmakingchocolateicecreamsothatitstayscoldforhoursandhourswithoutbeingintherefrigeratorYoucanevenleaveitlyinginthesunallmorningonahotdayanditwon'tgorunny!''Butthat'simpossible!'saidlittleCharlie,staringathisgrandfather'Ofcourseit'simpossible!'criedGrandpaJoe'It'scompletelyabsurd!ButMrWillyWonkahasdoneit!''Quiteright!'theothersagreed,noddingtheirheads'MrWonkahasdoneit''Andthenagain,'GrandpaJoewentonspeakingveryslowlynowsothatCharliewouldn'tmissaword,'MrWillyWonkacanmakemarshmallowsthattasteofviolets,andrichcaramelsthatchangecoloureverytensecondsasyousuckthem,andlittlefeatherysweetsthatmeltawaydeliciouslythemomentyouputthembetweenyourlipsHecanmakechewinggumthatneverlosesitstaste,andsugarballoonsthatyoucanblowuptoenormoussizesbeforeyoupopthemwithapinandgobblethemupAnd,byamostsecretmethod,hecanmakelovelybluebirds'eggswithblackspotsonthem,andwhenyouputoneoftheseinyourmouth,itgraduallygetssmallerandsmalleruntilsuddenlythereisnothingleftexceptatinylittlepinksugarybabybirdsittingonthetipofyourtongue'GrandpaJoepausedandranthepointofhistongueslowlyoverhislips'Itmakesmymouthwaterjustthinkingaboutit,'hesaid'Mine,too,'saidlittleCharlie'Butpleasegoon'Whiletheyweretalking,MrandMrsBucket,Charlie'smotherandfather,hadcomequietlyintotheroom,andnowbothwerestandingjustinsidethedoor,listening'TellCharlieaboutthatcrazyIndianprince,'saidGrandmaJosephine'He'dliketohearthat''YoumeanPrincePondicherry'saidGrandpaJoe,andhebeganchucklingwithlaughter'Completelydotty!'saidGrandpaGeorge'Butveryrich,'saidGrandmaGeorgina'Whatdidhedo'askedCharlieeagerly'Listen,'saidGrandpaJoe,'andI'lltellyou'MrWonkaandtheIndianPrince'PrincePondicherrywrotealettertoMrWillyWonka,'saidGrandpaJoe,'andaskedhimtocomeallthewayouttoIndiaandbuildhimacolossalpalaceentirelyoutofchocolate''DidMrWonkadoit,Grandpa''Hedid,indeedAndwhatapalaceitwas!Ithadonehundredrooms,andeverythingwasmadeofeitherdarkorlightchocolate!Thebrickswerechocolate,andthecementholdingthemtogetherwaschocolate,andthewindowswerechocolate,andallthewallsandceilingsweremadeofchocolate,sowerethecarpetsandthepicturesandthefurnitureandthebedsandwhenyouturnedonthetapsinthebathroom,hotchocolatecamepouringout'Whenitwasallfinished,MrWonkasaidtoPrincePondicherry,"Iwarnyou,though,itwon'tlastverylong,soyou'dbetterstarteatingitrightaway"'"Nonsense!"shoutedthePrince"I'mnotgoingtoeatmypalace!I'mnotevengoingtonibblethestaircaseorlickthewalls!I'mgoingtoliveinit!"'ButMrWonkawasright,ofcourse,becausesoonafterthis,therecameaveryhotdaywithaboilingsun,andthewholepalacebegantomelt,andthenitsankslowlytotheground,andthecrazyprince,whowasdozinginthelivingroomatthetime,wokeuptofindhimselfswimmingaroundinahugebrownstickylakeofchocolate'LittleCharliesatverystillontheedgeofthebed,staringathisgrandfatherCharlie'sfacewasbright,andhiseyeswerestretchedsowideyoucouldseethewhitesallaround'Isallthisreallytrue'heasked'Orareyoupullingmyleg''It'strue!'criedallfouroftheoldpeopleatonce'Ofcourseit'strue!Askanyoneyoulike!''AndI'lltellyousomethingelsethat'strue,'saidGrandpaJoe,andnowheleanedclosertoCharlie,andloweredhisvoicetoasoft,secretwhisper'Nobodyevercomesout!''Outofwhere'askedCharlie'Andnobodyevergoesin!''Inwhere'criedCharlie'Wonka'sfactory,ofcourse!''Grandpa,whatdoyoumean''Imeanworkers,Charlie''Workers''Allfactories,'saidGrandpaJoe,'haveworkersstreaminginandoutofthegatesinthemorningsandeveningsexceptWonka's!Haveyoueverseenasinglepersongoingintothatplaceorcomingout'LittleCharlielookedslowlyaroundateachofthefouroldfaces,oneaftertheother,andtheyalllookedbackathimTheywerefriendlysmilingfaces,buttheywerealsoquiteseriousTherewasnosignofjokingorlegpullingonanyofthem'WellHaveyou'askedGrandpaJoe'IIreallydon'tknow,Grandpa,'Charliestammered'WheneverIwalkpastthefactory,thegatesseemtobeclosed''Exactly!'saidGrandpaJoe'Buttheremustbepeopleworkingthere''Notpeople,CharlieNotordinarypeople,anyway''Thenwho'criedCharlie'AhhaThat'sit,youseeThat'sanotherofMrWillyWonka'sclevernesses''Charlie,dear,'MrsBucketcalledoutfromwhereshewasstandingbythedoor,'it'stimeforbedThat'senoughfortonight''But,Mother,Imusthear''Tomorrow,mydarling''That'sright,'saidGrandpaJoe,'I'lltellyoutherestofittomorrowevening'TheSecretWorkersThenextevening,GrandpaJoewentonwithhisstory'Yousee,Charlie,'hesaid,'notsoverylongagothereusedtobethousandsofpeopleworkinginMrWillyWonka'sfactoryThenoneday,allofasudden,MrWonkahadtoaskeverysingleoneofthemtoleave,togohome,nevertocomeback''Butwhy'askedCharlie'Becauseofspies''Spies''YesAlltheotherchocolatemakers,yousee,hadbeguntogrowjealousofthewonderfulsweetsthatMrWonkawasmaking,andtheystartedsendinginspiestostealhissecretrecipesThespiestookjobsintheWonkafactory,pretendingthattheywereordinaryworkers,andwhiletheywerethere,eachoneofthemfoundoutexactlyhowacertainspecialthingwasmade''Anddidtheygobacktotheirownfactoriesandtell'askedCharlie'Theymusthave,'answeredGrandpaJoe,'becausesoonafterthat,Fickelgruber'sfactorystartedmakinganicecreamthatwouldnevermelt,eveninthehottestsunThenMrProdnose'sfactorycameoutwithachewinggumthatneverlostitsflavourhowevermuchyoucheweditAndthenMrSlugworth'sfactorybeganmakingsugarballoonsthatyoucouldblowuptohugesizesbeforeyoupoppedthemwithapinandgobbledthemupAndsoon,andsoonAndMrWillyWonkatorehisbeardandshouted,"Thisisterrible!Ishallberuined!Therearespieseverywhere!Ishallhavetoclosethefactory!"''Buthedidn'tdothat!'Charliesaid'Oh,yeshedidHetoldalltheworkersthathewassorry,buttheywouldhavetogohomeThen,heshutthemaingatesandfastenedthemwithachainAndsuddenly,Wonka'sgiantchocolatefactorybecamesilentanddesertedThechimneysstoppedsmoking,themachinesstoppedwhirring,andfromthenon,notasinglechocolateorsweetwasmadeNotasoulwentinorout,andevenMrWillyWonkahimselfdisappearedcompletely'Monthsandmonthswentby,'GrandpaJoewenton,'butstillthefactoryremainedclosedAndeverybodysaid,"PoorMrWonkaHewassoniceAndhemadesuchmarvellousthingsButhe'sfinishednowIt'sallover"'ThensomethingastonishinghappenedOneday,earlyinthemorning,thincolumnsofwhitesmokewereseentobecomingoutofthetopsofthetallchimneysofthefactory!Peopleinthetownstoppedandstared"What'sgoingon"theycried"Someone'slitthefurnaces!MrWonkamustbeopeningupagain!"Theyrantothegates,expectingtoseethemwideopenandMrWonkastandingtheretowelcomehisworkersback'Butno!Thegreatirongateswerestilllockedandchainedassecurelyasever,andMrWonkawasnowheretobeseen'"Butthefactoryisworking!"thepeopleshouted"Listen!Youcanhearthemachines!They'reallwhirringagain!Andyoucansmellthesmellofmeltingchocolateintheair!"'GrandpaJoeleanedforwardandlaidalongbonyfingeronCharlie'sknee,andhesaidsoftly,'Butmostmysteriousofall,Charlie,weretheshadowsinthewindowsofthefactoryThepeoplestandingonthestreetoutsidecouldseesmalldarkshadowsmovingaboutbehindthefrostedglasswindows''Shadowsofwhom'saidCharliequickly'That'sexactlywhateverybodyelsewantedtoknow'"Theplaceisfullofworkers!"thepeopleshouted"Butnobody'sgonein!Thegatesarelocked!It'scrazy!Nobodyevercomesout,either!"'Buttherewasnoquestionatall,'saidGrandpaJoe,'thatthefactorywasrunningAndit'sgoneonrunningeversince,fortheselasttenyearsWhat'smore,thechocolatesandsweetsit'sbeenturningouthavebecomemorefantasticanddeliciousallthetimeAndofcoursenowwhenMrWonkainventssomenewandwonderfulsweet,neitherMrFickelgrubernorMrProdnosenorMrSlugworthnoranybodyelseisabletocopyitNospiescangointothefactorytofindouthowitismade''ButGrandpa,who,'criedCharlie,'whoisMrWonkausingtodoalltheworkinthefactory''Nobodyknows,Charlie''Butthat'sabsurd!Hasn'tsomeoneaskedMrWonka''NobodyseeshimanymoreHenevercomesoutTheonlythingsthatcomeoutofthatplacearechocolatesandsweetsTheycomeoutthroughaspecialtrapdoorinthewall,allpackedandaddressed,andtheyarepickedupeverydaybyPostOfficetrucks''ButGrandpa,whatsortofpeoplearetheythatworkinthere''Mydearboy,'saidGrandpaJoe,'thatisoneofthegreatmysteries

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