He also appeared as the perfect representative of the politics of illusion — the Norfolk trickster, the Savoy Rareeshowman, Palinurus the magician, Merlin the wizard, the Screenmaster-General"
|on Page 72:|
|" ... political approval of the new regime, signalized with a pension from Lord Bute in 1762"|
"John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute".翻譯成約翰·斯圖爾特，第三代比特伯爵，KG，PC（John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute，1713年5月25日－1792年3月10日），喬治三世時的第7任英國首相。
on Page 76: "difficult to see how Pitt and Bute could have co-operated in the new circumstances"
Eighteenth-century Britain: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) [Illustrated] (Paperback)by Paul Langford (Author) "The historical importance of the Revolution of 1688 - the 'Glorious Revolution' - has inevitably fluctuated in the process of constant reinterpretation by successive generations..." (more)
"寫(一手)好字 p. 149 " 的真正意思請參考 cursive, "fair hand"
|"...to teach and instruct in reading of the Holy Bible and in writing a fair hand and in arithmetic the Children of the poorest and of other inhabitants of Burrough Green' "|
|1.||on Page 1:|
|" ... less significant than those of more spectacular convulsions. Even the relative absence of physical violence can be exaggerated" 甚至可以說 要說這年代比較沒有暴力 也是誇張的 |
|2.||on Page 50:|
|" ... which individuals could move up and down the social ladder. In particular the absence of aristocratic"|
|3.||on Page 77:|
|"Most of them, in the absence of a charismatic leader of their own, were content to labour on under new management. A typical figure was Lord North, himself a cousin ... "|
|【作 者】兰福德 著，刘意青，康勤 译 [同作者作品] [作译者介绍]|
|【丛 书 名】 斑斓阅读·外研社英汉双语百科书系|
|【出 版 社】 外语教学与研究出版社 【书 号】 9787560077819|
|【出版日期】 2008 年9月 【开 本】 32开 【页 码】 232 【版 次】1|
|【所属分类】||外语 > 英语 > 阅读 > 文化背景 |
Courtesy of the Print Collection, Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University
From the Original Picture by John Collett in the possession of Carington Bowles. Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles, at his Map & Print Warehouse, No. 69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London. Publish'd as the Act directs (erased)
Four young ladies in pleated gowns and hats bowl outside a country inn, one just releasing the ball at a set of ninepins. At the other end of the alley, a little girl is ready to set up more pins. Two young ladies stand together on the left beyond the bowler, one offering the other a bowl of snacks. In the center background, another lady leans over a table with wine bottle and glass and blows the foam off a large cannister of beer she holds in her hands. A spaniel watches the bowling from beneath the table. On a large tree in the background, a tally board, halved by a chalk line, shows the marks of two teams. A ball, a tipped pin, and a clay pipe with broken stem lie in the foreground. Surviving impressions includes the date "2 Feb 1779."
33x 25 cm.
Yale Center for British Art (no date, B1970.3.773)
13.7 x 11 cm.
Lewis Walpole Library (numbered 290, no date, 718.104.22.168)