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[阅读] 英文原著资料The Taming of the Shrew驯悍记

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英文原著资料The Taming of the Shrew驯悍记2 V9 Y1 {8 a" q3 \

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7 L8 _3 J0 w* d$ [3 N3 r4 v4 E. LTHE TAMING OF THE9 ], A2 U) f8 b' A" l8 E- }" `
SHREW
; K) S- I0 u: E7 PWilliam ShakespeareTHE TAMING OF THE SHREW* Z6 L9 N3 U! p2 O8 b6 m1 ~$ ]
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ACT I.THE TAMING OF THE SHREW4 u5 c" v8 M, G- X6 `1 B
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" F: N! H% b8 D" W* ]SCENE I. Padua. A public place* y8 i) w8 I) a$ P5 m4 e4 x" u8 I$ A
Enter LUCENTIO and his man TRANIO
  ?1 f8 y! _3 n8 o; `- S$ [4 QLUCENTIO. Tranio, since for the great desire I had To see fair Padua,
8 q! o) L% B; V  j5 y+ P# _nursery of arts, I am arriv'd for fruitful Lombardy, The pleasant garden of' a0 S8 J9 c) E( v" b, f
great Italy, And by my father's love and leave am arm'd With his good will+ z" b/ S2 P7 ~9 F
and thy good company, My trusty servant well approv'd in all, Here let us
1 T; l, o+ P2 H5 Ubreathe, and haply institute A course of learning and ingenious studies.% M( l7 n! F9 V9 I
Pisa, renowned for grave citizens, Gave me my being and my father first,' h/ v: ?0 e- {- s9 |
A merchant of great traffic through the world, Vincentio, come of the2 P$ h8 ?9 i8 w6 }" N/ S
英文原著资料The Taming of the Shrew驯悍记
4 F* Q) s+ a; p7 t7 z! W# v* ~' LBentivolii; Vincentio's son, brought up in Florence, It shall become to0 x/ n0 ^! A" H4 X
serve all hopes conceiv'd, To deck his fortune with his virtuous deeds. And5 c: e. [! ]/ w, K3 R+ M; @
therefore, Tranio, for the time I study, Virtue and that part of philosophy- g1 A- b: k0 P! B& ~% M+ d, l' j
Will I apply that treats of happiness By virtue specially to be achiev'd. Tell
# W" [$ D8 ~1 D, p( x' K( J/ hme thy mind; for I have Pisa left And am to Padua come as he that leaves7 L5 g" v( r9 F& W1 q$ e' g* b
A shallow plash to plunge him in the deep, And with satiety seeks to
- f0 e  q0 ~3 }quench his thirst. TRANIO. Mi perdonato, gentle master mine; I am in all- h/ H- j3 F1 b8 n0 J3 ^
affected as yourself; Glad that you thus continue your resolve To suck the. _: {. j- O% x
sweets of sweet philosophy. Only, good master, while we do admire This# D) O! O+ ^# q; ^
virtue and this moral discipline, Let's be no Stoics nor no stocks, I pray, Or
9 t1 ^* O, i1 w( I0 J) r! X% N" \so devote to Aristotle's checks As Ovid be an outcast quite abjur'd. Balk3 o7 t, }+ m6 l8 F
logic with acquaintance that you have, And practise rhetoric in your
. ]# \6 |% W! s8 W, Jcommon talk; Music and poesy use to quicken you; The mathematics and( x& m& a; L) ~% V) A
the metaphysics, Fall to them as you find your stomach serves you. No4 U3 W! F( c6 T  i/ I. V9 l9 H1 @
profit grows where is no pleasure ta'en; In brief, sir, study what you most
  o; }6 x% z; F9 p/ b) q8 X, L! o6 K1 o3 a3 saffect. LUCENTIO. Gramercies, Tranio, well dost thou advise. If,/ a6 F+ h3 z( X
Biondello, thou w** come ashore, We could at once put us in readiness,/ O; H/ U% C& h" l! c8 Y5 p
And take a lodging fit to ent**ain Such friends as time in Padua shall
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  m3 q, S6 O1 M' v1 F* jEnter BAPTISTA with his two daughters, KATHERINA and$ ~7 S9 k; m1 q3 x) P4 a# w, C7 i3 L
BIANCA; GREMIO, a pantaloon; HORTENSIO, suitor to BIANCA.# q, m- n" k/ B- I" u, k' @* \
LUCENTIO and TRANIO stand by
1 T# H6 G; y4 Q+ oBut stay awhile; what company is this? TRANIO. Master, some show4 G+ ?% t6 n$ q6 v6 p5 D$ @
to welcome us to town. BAPTISTA. Gentlemen, importune me no farther,THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
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- b1 f) f1 A" w2 A" KFor how I firmly am resolv'd you know; That is, not to bestow my( K) Z/ h5 F. y
youngest daughter Before I have a husband for the elder. If either of you3 K$ W5 P/ c, g' u% t3 T+ w6 \
both love Katherina, Because I know you well and love you well, Leave
4 X; _! o5 \+ o4 p+ a4 q5 eshall you have to court her at your pleasure. GREMIO. To cart her rather.
" D3 C& |9 w+ W7 h! R5 u* T. AShe's too rough for me. There, there, Hortensio, will you any wife?
* H, ]! e/ e& H, b  d2 a! ]KATHERINA. [To BAPTISTA] I pray you, sir, is it your will To make a
4 x" S# \/ U* U) X0 i6 L% X0 vstale of me amongst these mates? HORTENSIO. Mates, maid! How mean
2 E- \4 j* Z# S3 q* x; |8 P. }6 Eyou that? No mates for you, Unless you were of gentler, milder mould.
+ z) |! m$ z) m7 G* jKATHERINA. I' faith, sir, you shall never need to fear; Iwis it is not
' K7 Y  U5 ~$ p/ }halfway to her heart; But if it were, doubt not her care should be To comb
: L7 ^1 M4 V9 yyour noddle with a three-legg'd stool, And paint your face, and use you
: w7 ~' ~( J+ ?# i3 [6 N9 @, |- }: Hlike a fool. HORTENSIO. From all such devils, good Lord deliver us!
7 `, B8 J( d) U: DGREMIO. And me, too, good Lord! TRANIO. Husht, master! Here's some
/ }0 w. j/ v$ kgood pastime toward; That wench is stark mad or wonderful froward.
; V* S; d1 R6 V5 Z7 o( _% aLUCENTIO. But in the other's silence do I see Maid's mild behaviour and
$ y+ T+ R6 D) nsobriety. Peace, Tranio! TRANIO. Well said, master; mum! and gaze your
( C/ Z2 d! P0 q5 s/ x" Nfill. BAPTISTA. Gentlemen, that I may soon make good What I have saidBianca, get you in; And let it not displease thee, good Bianca, For I will
1 Z/ c$ ?9 F1 {4 H# A1 }英文原著资料The Taming of the Shrew驯悍记
& U4 x4 q3 k( @! flove thee ne'er the less, my girl. KATHERINA. A pretty peat! it is best Put
0 N7 E* @# M0 Ifinger in the eye, an she knew why. BIANCA. Sister, content you in my
, J: B; \' O& I# ndiscontent. Sir, to your pleasure humbly I subscribe; My books and0 y: @/ T* c* H! e  h" f
instruments shall be my company, On them to look, and practise by myself.  Q5 e2 n4 O$ T/ |6 k# C5 H1 j: @
LUCENTIO. Hark, Tranio, thou mayst hear Minerva speak! HORTENSIO.  U0 h( q- O: Z% z# E; o
Signior Baptista, will you be so strange? Sorry am I that our good will
+ _* {- J: `1 i  t0 x& Ceffects Bianca's grief. GREMIO. Why will you mew her up, Signior
) z8 |" a( T$ `' L; {6 oBaptista, for this fiend of hell, And make her bear the penance of her# b" O" ]/ u$ p
tongue? BAPTISTA. Gentlemen, content ye; I am resolv'd. Go in, Bianca.* D6 {8 P* t4 v: V3 Q6 h* i& w
Exit BIANCA And for I know she taketh most delight In music,: o3 l. Q: U6 f0 w* B% M. U' `
instruments, and poetry, Schoolmasters will I keep within my house Fit to
! X8 ]! Y) J) Y% ]instruct her youth. If you, Hortensio, Or, Signior Gremio, you, know any
3 v, l: S! P- U, b" v* {such, Prefer them hither; for to cunning men I will be very kind, and0 v  d! e8 n4 k  B
liberal To mine own children in good bringing-up; And so, farewell.
0 T3 b% _6 ?8 }; `4 UKatherina, you may stay; For I have more to commune with Bianca. Exit1 c$ l7 }1 O- M
KATHERINA. Why, and I trust I may go too, may I not? What! shall I beTHE TAMING OF THE SHREW# Y7 d) T" L3 _
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9 E2 [) U( O  V) J( a) v5 Pcome to me forthwith. Exit BIONDELLO PETRUCHIO. O, ho! entreat
- l4 `6 [2 h7 P) Eher! Nay, then she must needs come. HORTENSIO. I am afraid, sir, Do
2 Y5 k1 k2 ^6 N$ v; b/ d; h9 _2 ywhat you can, yours will not be entreated.
  C+ m/ G( ]: W2 [6 X+ V3 X0 @Re-enter BIONDELLO
- x& }$ L1 V' CNow, where's my wife? BIONDELLO. She says you have some
: W" W- Z$ S# K$ o; ygoodly jest in hand: She will not come; she bids you come to her., h- R% p- y2 q8 q7 Z* g3 h
PETRUCHIO. Worse and worse; she will not come! O vile, Intolerable,0 p! a  O& @% t' m* B, e5 z
not to be endur'd! Sirrah Grumio, go to your mistress; Say I command her; u. G1 S* x0 z9 \7 z4 j
come to me. Exit GRUMIO HORTENSIO. I know her answer.
) ^5 n# n* _  n  |! mPETRUCHIO. What? HORTENSIO. She will not. PETRUCHIO. The
) k% F4 g0 `3 @- T( \5 d7 bfouler fortune mine, and there an end.  q* e2 J% L. U
Re-enter KATHERINA# u- C8 l3 q- h4 |4 R5 S
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BAPTISTA. Now, by my holidame, here comes Katherina!
* q) L4 v6 b1 \7 {* f' dKATHERINA. What is your sir, that you send for me? PETRUCHIO.1 E$ r5 L5 n' q/ W- B. r
Where is your sister, and Hortensio's wife? KATHERINA. They sit
1 X1 w0 A; S* O2 Tconferring by the parlour fire. PETRUCHIO. Go, fetch them hither; if they' d4 |, l) l+ c! U
deny to come. Swinge me them soundly forth unto their husbands. Away, I$ ^0 T/ }9 n  L, T5 @
say, and bring them hither straight. Exit KATHERINA LUCENTIO. Here& |$ A8 X  H; E7 z4 W
is a wonder, if you talk of a wonder. HORTENSIO. And so it is. I wonder
' K. ?8 V& {, hwhat it bodes. PETRUCHIO. Marry, peace it bodes, and love, and quiet
) g& g: z6 u: M9 Dlife, An awful rule, and right supremacy; And, to be short, what not that's
" `9 u$ `9 j# e% Z2 ~; k. G3 Ysweet and happy. BAPTISTA. Now fair befall thee, good Petruchio! The
- G( t7 B, G  E1 D8 }. i, ?6 U) w- J$ cwager thou hast won; and I will ad Unto their losses twenty thousand
2 E3 q5 s) n" W5 h3 s4 t, fcrowns; Another dowry to another daughter, For she is chang'd, as she had: y9 Q' {8 G+ P7 x
never been. PETRUCHIO. Nay, I will win my wager better yet, And show& U& n& v! }4 S  U. N: F$ B
more sign of her obedience, Her new-built virtue and obedience.0 S* t& A  s# T. l8 `0 w, c
Re-enter KATHERINA with BIANCA and WIDOW
. z; ~8 L/ h6 F  Q) HSee where she comes, and brings your froward wives As prisoners to
# ^3 N  L$ h  A, y8 T8 wher womanly persuasion. Katherine, that cap of yours becomes you not:' q4 J1 j7 G, L. Y5 b+ d: ^5 g0 r
Off with that bauble, throw it underfoot. [KATHERINA complies]! G2 ^) n! n- e# u
WIDOW. Lord, let me never have a cause to sigh Till I be brought to such8 U1 E  E6 X+ i! r) X4 r: z+ p  f  s
a silly pass! BIANCA. Fie! what a foolish duty call you this? LUCENTIO.
$ ?% z0 y: d2 n/ i2 bI would your duty were as foolish too; The wisdom of your duty, fair; N' J  `6 m! `1 S
Bianca, Hath cost me a hundred crowns since supper-time! BIANCA. TheTHE TAMING OF THE SHREW
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more fool you for laying on my duty. PETRUCHIO. Katherine, I charge
% B* K' I. ?  o$ s& Z% nthee, tell these headstrong women What duty they do owe their lords and8 T; ]. _/ D% Q! [) X; S9 v
husbands. WIDOW. Come, come, you're mocking; we will have no telling.8 r. @6 W# C8 w0 B& }2 Q) f9 s
PETRUCHIO. Come on, I say; and first begin with her. WIDOW. She
" e7 D, V0 _1 {4 R! [shall not. PETRUCHIO. I say she shall. And first begin with her.- [- @7 s/ ^2 R( }! @% h% A
KATHERINA. Fie, fie! unknit that threatening unkind brow, And dart not
% ~- c% P' o3 p" Z) @7 [* Bscornful glances from those eyes To wound thy lord, thy king, thy
, Y1 R4 R( y5 P6 Q' x3 {governor. It blots thy beauty as frosts do bite the meads, Confounds thy
/ h+ L9 [+ q7 v. M3 _4 w4 Z# Hfame as whirlwinds shake fair buds, And in no sense is meet or amiable. A
$ |5 r0 j5 v: b0 j9 i, s1 ?woman mov'd is like a fountain troubled- Muddy, ill-seeming, thick, bereft1 \0 W  e( a" |% k# N1 W
of beauty; And while it is so, none so dry or thirsty Will deign to sip or) A( G7 K7 y. [& j+ a; D* M* d
touch one drop of it. Thy husband is thy lord, thy life, thy keeper, Thy
) _% `8 g4 q9 V% e9 v% C  K; Jhead, thy sovereign; one that cares for thee, And for thy maintenance; J$ c! N3 \0 V. a9 i
commits his body To painful labour both by sea and land, To watch the
; l- a1 Z1 ?1 Z& _/ J* [! p% ~) Qnight in storms, the day in cold, Whilst thou liest warm at home, secure# V6 D( G% t) j) I! N
and safe; And craves no other tribute at thy hands But love, fair looks, and
( H. e) J" ]; g& J9 T% ]true obedience- Too little payment for so great a debt. Such duty as the
4 ^/ o$ d- n9 v; Msubject owes the prince, Even such a woman oweth to her husband; And
  v5 ]7 @% Y6 [1 s) r$ ?, Kwhen she is froward, peevish, sullen, sour, And not obedient to his honest* K6 a. N! c# A' u. V
will, What is she but a foul contending rebel And graceless traitor to her' Z3 I* `$ T: Z3 u+ N/ e+ v
loving lord? I am asham'd that women are so simple To offer war where
# P! X4 m3 B) d' j' w4 R0 w9 Pthey should kneel for peace; Or seek for rule, supremacy, and sway, When
2 }/ J) j2 ~6 p" D3 ~! s9 B0 u# B% jthey are bound to serve, love, and obey. Why are our bodies soft and weak$ C5 D- g& I; r2 @  N  l
and smooth, Unapt to toll and trouble in the world, But that our soft( o% d2 J% i( F. j4 X5 T
conditions and our hearts Should well agree with our external parts? Come,% R% C' p, Q* U7 ~) ]
come, you froward and unable worins! My mind hath been as big as one0 ~% S* Q' L- s( V8 Z  v1 w
of yours, My heart as great, my reason haply more, To bandy word for5 q3 ~' P6 i# o' O& r9 f$ n$ a
word and frown for frown; But now I see our lances are but straws, Our
" d9 a4 e" M' T$ @+ c# P8 w3 c0 sstrength as weak, our weakness past compare, That seeming to be most+ E% b$ @* y* r( J8 |
which we indeed least are. Then vail your stomachs, for it is no boot, And
4 f- Q7 o/ A# \+ H% Q# y* l4 aplace your hands below your husband's foot; In token of which duty, if he
- Y7 r7 D% S8 p5 W) ]" L2 Qplease, My hand is ready, may it do him ease. PETRUCHIO. Why, there's: q: z- W0 n- d6 x; p8 s
a wench! Come on, and kiss me, Kate. LUCENTIO. Well, go thy ways,
2 U7 ?7 K$ u# O- x+ F5 z6 q9 U: Dold lad, for thou shalt ha't. VINCENTIO. 'Tis a good hearing whenTHE TAMING OF THE SHREW
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children are toward. LUCENTIO. But a harsh hearing when women are* u. Y& ^/ K6 X  z; s; ~
froward. PETRUCHIO. Come, Kate, we'll to bed. We three are married,; L) l" m3 u4 j3 [+ U3 X
but you two are sped. [To LUCENTIO] 'Twas I won the wager, though
5 J% \! _( O; Q( B$ |you hit the white; And being a winner, God give you good night! Exeunt
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PETRUCHIO and KATHERINA HORTENSIO. Now go thy ways; thou
# r) P2 |" Y  ~: Y$ ghast tam'd a curst shrow. LUCENTIO. 'Tis a wonder, by your leave, she8 m4 B" X& \) k! S" h, C
will be tam'd so. Exeunt; A4 n, h3 o0 _% R. B* d  A
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