路易·艾黎自传(英)

路易·艾黎自传(英)

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出版时间:2003-12-01
出版社:外文出版社
作者:路易·艾黎(Rewi Alley)
页数:338
书名:路易·艾黎自传(英)
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路易·艾黎自传(英)
前言
  It was on the eve of my departure for Beidaihe in the summer of 1982 thai the ever helpful Lu Wanru of the Friendship Association suggested I take some time off during my holidays to bring my biographical record up-to-date and to make it as correct as possible, this was seemingly necessary because of other press reportage. Although not very enthusiastic about the project, I dutifully filled up quite a few blank tapes. The office typed them out, so that Lu Wanru could itemise them in chronological order. Wang Xiaobo helped edit the manuscript, which set out the main points but avoided unnecessary details. Completed chapters were then passed on to me for any necessary revisions. It is my hope that the story will carry with it some of my faith in the Chinese people and their role in the world of today and of tomorrow.
内容概要
  The China Society for People’s Friendship Studies(PFS)in cooperation with the Foreign Languages Press(FLP)in Beijing has arranged for re-publication,in the series entitled Light on China,of some fifty books written in English between the 1 860s and the founding years of the Peoples Republic,by journalistic and other sympathetic eyewitnesses of the revolutionary events described.Most of these books have long been out of print, but are now being brought back to life for the benefit of readers in China and abroad.
书籍目录
PREFACEI.
MY
EARLY
YEARSI
Was
Fortunate
in
My
ParentsMemories
from
ChildhoodTrained
to
Be
Tough
in
Castle
RockAt
Christchurch
Boys
High
SchoolA
Family
of
TeachersStudent
to
SoldierHalting
the
German
Advance
on
the
SommeWhy
All
This?Taranaki
FarmSix
Years
of
Loneliness
and
StruggleⅡ
SHANGHAI
DAYSHow
I
Came
to
Know
ChinaOff
to
ShanghaiAs
a
Fire
InspectorFactory
Inspection
in
ShanghaiThe
Evil
Contract
Eabour
SystemHoliday
Tours
to
Know
China
BetterA
Challenge
in
ThinkingFamine
in
the
NorthwestRelief
Work
in
SalaqiFlood
Relief
and
Reconstruction
in
HubeiThe
Spirit
of
HonghuSuppression
Instead
of
ReliefBack
to
New
Zealand
with
AlanShanghai
UndergroundAgnes
Smedley——a
Born
AgitatorPeople
with
Like
MindsWork
UndergroundThe
Granichs
and
the
Voice
of
ChinaMemories
of
Lu
Xun
in
ShanghaiSoong
Ching
Ling——a
Memory
to
Linger
OnThe
Man
Behind
the
ScenesAdventure
as
a
Money
ChangerRound
the
World
TripShanghai
Under
Attack
by
JapaneseⅢ.
GUNG
HO
IN
THE
WAR
OF
RESISTANCEGung
Ho
InitiatedGung
Ho
Headquarters
Set
Up
in
WuhanThe
First
Regional
Headquarters
in
BaojiGetting
Southeast
Work
on
the
WaySouthern
Jiangxi:
The
Old
Base
of
the
Red
ArmyTo
Yahan
with
the
Indian
Medical
UnitMeeting
Chairman
Mao
in
YahanThe
Chuan-Kang
Region
of
Gung
HoTo
the
New
Fourth
Army
Area
with
Evans
CarlsorVignettes
of
the
Southwest
TourGung
Ho
International
CommitteeWartime
ChongqingThe
Kuomintang
Sabotage
of
Gung
HoMy
Discharge
from
the
Executive
Yuan
PositionTravelling
in
the
Old
DaysFrom
Gung
Ho
to
Shandan:
a
Summing-UpIV.
SHANDAN
~
CUL
TIVA
TE
PEOPLE
FOR
THE
FUTUREBailie
Schools
——
Gung
Hos
Training
ProjectPei
Li
——
to
Train
for
the
DawnOur
Move
from
Shuangshipu
to
the
WestShandan
——
an
Oasis
on
the
Silk
RoadOur
"Little
Long
March"George
Hogg
——
the
One
Who
Gave
His
Very
Best
to
the
SchoolThe
Growth
of
the
SchoolThe
International
Aspect
of
the
SchoolIncidents
in
the
AdventureWith
the
Children
in
LeitaiDawn
in
ShandanThe
School
After
LiberationCreate
and
Analyse
——
Motto
for
a
New
Pattern
ofEducationV.
LIFE
AND
WORK
AFTER
LIBERATIONBeijing
in
1951The
Passing
of
Agnes
SmedleyThe
First
Peace
Conference
in
BeijingInternational
Conferences
for
Peace
and
SolidaritySome
Unpleasant
ExperiencesWriting
for
China
and
PeaceOn
My
BooksPoetry
to
Deal
with
Life
and
PeopleMy
Translations
of
Chinese
PoetryVisits
to
My
Homeland
and
AustraliaNew
Zealand
and
ChinaOver
China
Through
the
Post-Liberation
YearsA
New
Era
BeginsTravel
with
the
New
Zealand
Film
TeamWith
Anna
Louise
Strong
in
New
ChinaThree
Great
American
WomenA
Star
FallsFor
a
Saner,
Cleaner
World
to
BeShandan
RevisitedThe
Fruit
of
the
Shandan
SchoolGung
Ho
RevivedMy
Home
Life
in
BeijingChildren
in
ChinaChinese
Ceramics
and
AntiquesAfforestation
——
Fighting
ErosionThe
Spirit
of
New
ChinaCATALOGUE
OF
REWI
ALLEYS
WORKSCHRONOLOGY
章节摘录
  In
1906,
the
family
moved
to
Christchurch,
as
my
tattler
was
appolntea
laeadmaster
of
Wharenui
School
there.
We
lived
in
Lower
Riccarton,
near
the
school.
There
I
passed
through
my
remaining
primary
grades.
Then
we
moved
to
Division
Street
for
a
while,
awaiting
the
building
of
our
Cutlers
Road
house.
Father
had
bought
an
acre
of
sandhills
at
New
Brighton
many
years
before
and
now
this
could
be
cut
up
into
sections
for
building
lots,
so
he
made
enough
money
to
start
building
our
new
house.
In
the
Division
Street
house
we
had
gas
lighting.
My
father
used
to
turn
off
the
main
gas
before
he
went
to
bed,
and
I
had
to
read
Dumas
Three
Musketeers
by
lighting
matches
that
invariably
burned
my
fingertips.
It
was
baffling.
It
was
also
when
we
came
to
Division
Street
that
I
began
reading
James
Fenimore
Cooper,
and
the
Red
Indians,
the
Boys
Own
Paper,
and
the
story
of
one
man
who,
with
a
little
instrument,
blew
up
a
whole
navy.
Local
kids
fed
me
penny
dreadfuls,
Dick
Turpin
and
Buffalo
Bill,
which
I
lapped
up
for
a
while
till
they
became
too
ridiculous.
At
Curlers
Road
I
went
on
to
Walter
Scotts
books.
Then
I
won
the
Navy
League
prize
for
what
must
have
been
a
dreadful
essay,
and
got
a
big
heavy
tome,
Macaulays
History
of
England,
which
I
lapped
up
avidly,
crawling
away
into
the
high
cocksfoot
to
read
it.
Lambs
Tales
from
Shakespeare
was
also
fun
for
a
while.
In
primary
school
there
were
school
guard
cadets,
armed
with
dummy
rifles
which
had
percussion
caps
to
make
a
noise,
and
my
father
as
commanding
officer
trying
to
teach
Boer
tactics
of
guerrilla
warfare.
We
had
two
real
rifles,
and
used
to
go
to
Redcliffs
sometimes
to
practise
with
them.
The
school
cadets
wore
a
heavy
black
jersey
and
heavy
pants
that
came
down
below
the
knee,
and
a
heavy
Glengarry
cap.
When
we
paraded
on
a
summers
day,
many
boys
would
faint
and
have
to
be
carried
off.  ......
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