1.He got two experience in spite of this gathering in crowds and groups: when fighting, trying to protect themselves;
2.In the battle with a single dog, to try to use the shortest time to call each other to eat the biggest loss.
3.The paradox of life is that there is a state that marks the peak of life and beyond life. When a person is extremely active thoroughly forget yourself, this realm silently appeared.
4.Life is like this, there is no fair rules of the game, once the fall, is the end of life.
5.He has the spirit of loyalty and devotion, and also has a wild and cunning side.
6.Either to get the right to control, or to be dominated. Mercy is a manifestation of cowardice, and it does not exist in the original life. Mercy will be misunderstood as fear, and when it is misunderstood it will lead to death.
7.He did not do a good job in the preparation of the opponent before the impact of the shock, in the absence of a good defense before the attack.
8.These men wanted dogs, and the dogs they wanted were heavy dogs,with strong muscles by which to toil, and furry coats to protect them from the frost.
9.Buck had accepted the rope with quiet dignity. To be sure, it was an unwonted performance: but he had learned to trust in men he knew,and to give them credit for a wisdom that outreached his own. But when the ends of the rope were placed in the stranger's hands, he growled menacingly. He had merely intimated his displeasure, in his pride believing that to intimate was to command. But to his surprise the rope tightened around his neck, shutting off his breath. In quick rage he sprang at the man, who met him halfway, grappled him close by the throat, and with a deft twist threw him over on his back. Then the rope tightened mercilessly, while Buck struggled in a fury, his tongue lolling out of his mouth and his great chest panting futilely. Never in all his life had he been so vilely treated, and never in all his life had he been so angry. But his strength ebbed, his eyes glazed, and he knew nothing when the train was flagged and the two men threw him into the baggage car.
10.Each muscle, every fiber, every cell, was tired, tired numb.
11.These illusions often emerge in the eyes of buck, and they are intertwined, and still deep in the forest the call of the ring.
12.Hear this voice, buck became restless, the in the mind is filled with the desire to understand.一听到这声音，布克就变得躁动不安，心里充满了难以名状的欲望
13.Night came, and a full moon rises from the top of the tree to hang in the air, as in this piece of land, to the outside is shrouded in dark BaiGuangLi.
14.Everyone agreed that Buck had only attacked because he saw Thornton in danger.
15.He was happy to sit by Thornton's fire,but he sat as a wild animal,and his dreams were filled with other animals dogs, half wolves,and wild wolves.
16.'He's the finest dog that I've ever seen, ' said Thornton to his friends one day as they watched Buck walking out of camp.
“他是我见过的最出色的狗, ”桑顿有一天对他的朋友们说, 他们正看着巴克跑出营地。
17.They saw him walking out of camp but they didn't see the change that happened when he was inside the forest.
18.'If you hit that dog again, I' ll kill you, ' Thornton shouted.
“如果你再动那狗一下, 我就宰了你, ”桑顿怒?#30333;擰?/p>
19.The club hit him again and again, but Buck felt almost nothing.
20.'You know nothing about dogs, 'answered Hal.' Leave me alone Dogs are lazy, and you have to whip them.
“你懂什么, ”哈尔回答, “别管我。狗都是犯懒的, 你必须鞭打它们。
21.Everybody knows that. Ask those men if you don't believe me.'
22.'It's spring now. You won't have any more cold weather.'
22.They didn't know how to do it sensibly, and every time they put something on the sledge, Mercedes moved it.
他们?#27426;?#24471;如何把东西有条理地安置好。而且更糟的是, 每一次刚把东西放到雪撬上, 玛尔赛蒂?#25237;忠?#24320;它。
23.It was heavy work; the sledge was loaded with letters for the gold miners of Dawson.
24.Each day was the same. They started early, before it was light, and at night they stopped and camped and the dogs ate.
25.All day he ran painfully, and when they camped for the night, he lay down like a dead dog.
一整天他都忍着痛苦奔跑, 但当他们晚上安营休息时, 他像死狗一样瘫在了地上。
26.And Buck knew that if he and Spitz fought, one of them would die.
27.There was heavy snow and it was very cold.
28.There was no peace, no rest only continual noise and movement.
1.You can't love a person who lives that way without fearing him too.
2.Nothing that you remember has survived.Better to forget.
3. Whatever's going on, you should deal with it before too long. Take care not to let these things fester. Time will only make it worse.
4.War doesn't negate decency.
5.For you，thousand times over.
6.Children aren't colouring books. You don't get to fill them with your favourite colors.
7.I don't want to forget any more.
8.Older Hassan (voice):I dream that my son will grow up to be a good person,a free person. Idream that someday you will return to revisit the land of our childhood.I dream that flowers willbloom in the streets again...and kites will fly in the skies!
9.That was a long time ago, but it's wrong what they say about the past, I've learned, about how you can bury it. Because the past claws its way out. Looking back now, I realize I have been peeking into that deserted alley for the last twenty-six years.
10."There is a way to be good again". I looked up at those twin kites. I thought about Hassan. Thought about Baba. Ali. Kabul. I thought of the life I had lived until the winter of 1975 came and changed everything. And made me what I am today.
11.After the movie had started, I heard Hassan next to me, croaking. Tears were sliding down his cheeks. I reached across my seat, slung my arm around him, pulled him close. He rested his head on my shoulder. "He took you for someone else,”I whispered. "He took you for someone else.”
12.With me as the glaring exception, my father molded the world around him to his liking. The problem, of course, was that Baba saw the world in black and white. And he got to decide what was black and what was white. You can't love a person who lives that way without fearing him too. Maybe even hating him a little.
13."When you kill a man, you steal a life,“Baba said. "You steal his wife's right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone's right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness. ”
14.Rahim Khan laughed. "Children aren't coloring books. You don't get to fill them with your favorite colors.”
15.I heard the leather of Baba's seat creaking as he shifted on it. I closed my eyes, pressed my ear even harder against the door, wanting to hear, not wanting to hear.
16."So he's not violent,"Rahim Khan said.
"That's not what I mean, Rahim, and you know it,"Baba shot back. "There is something missing in that boy."
"Yes, a mean streak."
"Self-defense has nothing to do with meanness. You know what always happens when the neighborhood boys tease him? Hassan steps in and fends them off. I've seen it with my own eyes. And when they come Home, I say to him, ‘How did Hassan get that scrape on his face?"And he says, ‘He fell down.‘I'm telling you, Rahim, there is something missing in that boy."
"You just need to let him find his way,"Rahim Khan said.
"And where is he headed??"Baba said. "A boy who won't stand up for himself becomes a man who can't stand up to anything.
"As usual you're oversimplifying."
"I don't think so."
17.Never mind any of those things. Because history isn't easy to overcome. Neither is religion. In the end, I was a Pashtun and he was a Hazara, I was Sunni and he was Shi'a, and nothing was ever going to change that. Nothing.
18.But we were kids who had learned to crawl together, and no history, ethnicity, society, or religion was going to change that either. I spent most of the first twelve years of my life playing with Hassan. Sometimes, my entire childhood seems like one long lazy summer day with Hassan.
19.But despite his illiteracy, or maybe because of it, Hassan was drawn to the mystery of words, seduced by a secret world forbidden to him.
20.We sat for hours under that tree, sat there until the sun faded in the west, and still Hassan insisted we had enough daylight for one more story, one more chapter.
21.I would always feel guilty about it later. So I'd try to make up for it by giving him one of my old shirts or a broken toy. I would tell myself that was amends enough for a harmless prank.
22.To him, the words on the page were a scramble of codes, indecipherable, mysterious. Words were secret doorways and I held all the keys.
23.I probably stood there for under a minute, but, to this day, it was one of the longest minutes of my life. Seconds plodded by, each separated from the next by an eternity. Air grew heavy damp, almost solid. I was breathing bricks. Baba went on staring me down, and didn't offer to read.
24.It was only a smile, nothing more. It didn’t make everything all right. It didn’t make anything all right. Only a smile. A tiny thing. A leaf in the woods, shaking in the wake of a startled bird’s flight.
25.I remembered something I had read somewhere a long time ago: That’s how children deal with terror. They fall asleep.
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