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12只鸟儿,治愈你
12只鸟儿,治愈你
12只鸟儿,治愈你
作者:查理·科贝特
格式:EPUB/MOBI/AZW3
时间:2023-11-23
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内容简介

  内容简介······

  生而为人,你是否焦虑?

  停下脚步,让鸟儿带给你平静

  12种鸟儿,12篇疗愈佳作|2022年温赖特奖提名

  学会识别身边的鸟,一同步入观鸟之旅|温馨动人的科普小书

  云雀、欧亚鸲、喜鹊、翠鸟、仓鸮……习性各异,衣着斑斓

  “云雀的啼鸣声……就像一杯冰凉的金汤力,一击入魂。”

  你能辨认出家麻雀欢快的叫声吗?或是欧歌鸫在冬日至暗时刻的高歌?那么杓鹬萦绕不去的美妙歌声呢?

  母亲突然离世后,查理·科贝特经历了一段焦虑不安的时期,他的人生观产生了动摇。在绝望的一刻,他不知不觉躺在了一座孤零零的山上,忧郁的细雨渗入他的灵魂深处。

  刹那间,他听到了云雀的歌声,那高亢欢快的清脆叫声在空中回荡,让他得以从黑暗的思绪中抽离。大自然的美景让他着眼现实,一下豁然开朗了起来。

  通过12种个性十足的鸟儿,查理向我们展示了只要我们知道去哪里寻找、怎样去倾听,就能找到快乐。从独来独往的云雀到争吵不休的家麻雀,本书探寻了这些鸟类在我们的历史、文化和景观中的地位,并标注了鸟类的外形特征以及在哪里最有可能遇见它们。

  ♪这本书讲述的是生而为人,应该如何应对生活的波折。

  我希望你在阅读这本书时,也能感受到那种纯粹的喜悦。

  这些鸟儿也能帮到你。

  这是重生的体验。

  ♪幸福就像一只蝴蝶,你成天想抓住它但永远也抓不住。只有当你放下了,坐下休息并沉思时,蝴蝶才会轻轻地停在你的肩膀上,甚至你都无知无觉。云雀的歌声就是化作音乐的蝴蝶。只要你停下来,喘口气,去倾听,歌声一直在。

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  这是一本抒情并且鼓舞人心的书,它让我们了解鸟类,也让我们了解自己。它抚慰了心灵。—雷诺·温恩,《盐之路》(The Salt Path)的作者

  引人入胜,从很多角度看都非常动人。查理让我大开眼界,看到了我们身边的鸟类给我们带来的无穷乐趣。这是一本真正能够拯救生命的书。—理查德·谢泼德,《非自然死亡》(Unnatural Causes)的作者

 

  关于作者

  查理·科贝特(Charlie Corbett):自由撰稿人、记者和演说家。他出身于畜牧耕种的家庭,童年在北威塞克斯山和马尔岛的农场中度过。

  在爱丁堡大学攻读历史专业后,他离开了自家的农业基地,在随后的二十年里,他在全世界各个城市从事商业金融报道,但他在心底仍是个乡村男孩。

  现在,他与妻子、两个儿子,还有一田的云雀,一起居住在威尔特郡的普西丘陵地区低处。

  关于译者

  曾心仪,青年译者,江苏南京人,江苏省翻译协会会员。已出版译著《当健身变成一门哲学》、《博物馆里的思维游戏》和“和玛蒂娜一起学英语”系列。




Content introduction

Are you anxious to be human?

Stop and let the birds bring you peace

12 species of birds, 12 Works of healing | nominated for the 2022 Wainwright Award

Learn to recognize the birds around you and join us on a birding journey | a warm and moving popular science book

Lark, Robin, magpie, kingfisher, barn owl... Different habits, colorful clothes

"The song of the lark... It's like a cold gin and tonic, one shot to the soul."

Can you recognize the cheerful call of a house sparrow? Or the song of a Eurothrush in the darkest hours of winter? What about the haunting, beautiful song of the curlew?

After the sudden death of his mother, Charlie Corbett went through a period of anxiety that shook his outlook on life. In a moment of despair, he lay unconsciously on a lonely mountain, and the melancholy drizzling rain penetrated into his soul.

In an instant he heard the song of the lark, and the high, happy, crisp cry echoed through the air, and drew him away from his dark thoughts. The beauty of nature opened his eyes to reality and suddenly opened his eyes.

Through 12 unique bird species, Charlie shows that we can find happiness if we know where to look and how to listen. From solitary skylarks to quarrelsome house sparrows, this book explores the place of these birds in our history, culture and landscape, and highlights the physical characteristics of birds and where they are most likely to be encountered.

♪ This book is about being human and how to deal with the twists and turns of life.

I hope you feel that pure joy as you read this book.

These birds can help you, too.

It's the experience of being born again.

Happiness is like a butterfly, which you always try to catch but never can. It is only when you put down, sit down to rest and meditate that the butterfly will rest gently on your shoulder, and even you will be unaware. The song of a lark is a butterfly transformed into music. As long as you stop, take a breath, and listen, the song is always there.

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This is a lyrical and inspiring book that teaches us about birds and about ourselves. It soothes the soul. -- Reynold Winn, author of The Salt Path

Fascinating, very moving in many ways. Charlie has opened my eyes to the joys of the birds that surround us. This is a book that can truly save lives. -- Richard Shepherd, author of Unnatural Causes

About the author

About the author

Charlie Corbett is a freelance writer, journalist and public speaker. He came from a farming family and spent his childhood on farms in the North Wessex Hills and the Isle of Mull.

After studying history at Edinburgh University, he left his family's farming base and spent the next two decades reporting on business and finance in cities around the world, but he remained a country boy at heart.

He now lives with his wife, two sons and a field of larks in the lower Pucey Hills in Wiltshire.

About translators

Zeng Xinyi, young translator, native of Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, member of Jiangsu Translation Association. He has published translations of "When Fitness Becomes a Philosophy", "Mind Games in Museums" and the "Learn English with Martina" series.

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