30岁前必读的30本书 经典好书推荐给你

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好书推荐排行榜 :在这里列出的30本书富含理解世界的大智慧,均是精妙绝伦之作。虽然人们花在线阅读的时间越来越多,然而网络并不能取代那些已出版(或即将出版)的经典权威书籍并使其中的深刻认知代代相承。经典好书推荐排行版,大家都应该在30岁之前读一读这些书。
  1.Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse – A powerful story about the importance of life experiences as they relate to approaching an understanding of reality and attaining enlightenment.
  《悉达多》(Hermann Hesse)——这是一个非常震撼的故事。它思考了人生经验的重要性,特别是那些能让人提出对现实的新的理解并从中得到教化的经验。
  2.1984 by George Orwell – 1984 still holds chief significance nearly 60 years after it was written in 1949. It is widely acclaimed for its haunting vision of an all-knowing government which uses pervasive, 24/7 surveillance tactics to manipulate all citizens of the populace.
  《1984》(George Orwell)——这本书完成于1949年。在此后的近60年里,该书仍非常有意义。书中对无所不知的政府形象的描写给人印象深刻并被广泛赞誉,它用无处不在的全天候监控手段操纵民众。
  3.To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee – The story surveys the controversial issues of race and economic class in the 1930’s Deep South via a court case of a black man charged with the rape and abuse of a young white girl. It’s a moving tale that delivers a profound message about fighting for justice and against prejudice.
  《杀死一只知更鸟》(Harper Lee)——本书通过一名黑人控告年轻白人女孩对其强奸虐待的案件,探讨了在1930年关于美国南部腹地的种族和经济阶层的颇有争议的问题。故事很感人,而且它提出了对争取正义、反对偏见的深远的思考。
  4.A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess – A nightmarish vision of insane youth culture that depicts heart wrenching insight into the life of a disturbed adolescent. This novel will blow you away… leaving you breathless, livid, thrilled, and concerned.
  《发条橙》(Anthony Burgess)——通过一个问题少年的心理转变折射出青年文化的疯狂和可怕。这部小说令人折服,它会让你屏息凝神、愤怒、激动和担心。
  5.For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway – A short, powerful contemplation on death, ideology and the incredible brutality of war.
  《丧钟为谁而鸣》(Ernest Hemingway)——这是一个简短而令人震撼的对死亡、意识和战争中惊人的暴行的沉思。
  6.War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy – This mast-erpiece is so enormous even Tolstoy said it couldn’t be described as a standard novel. The storyline takes place in Russian society during the Napoleonic Era, following the characters of Andrei, Pierre and Natasha… and the tragic and unanticipated way in which their lives interconnect.
  《战争与和平》(Leo Tolstoy)——甚至托尔斯泰自己也说不能将这部气势磅礴的作品当作普通小说来介绍。故事发生在拿破仑时代的俄罗斯,主人翁是安德烈、皮埃尔和娜塔莎,命运将他们意外而不幸地联系在了一起。
  7.The Rights of Man by Tom Paine – Written during the era of the French Revolution, this book was one of the first to introduce the concept of human rights from the standpoint of democracy.
  《人权论》(Tom Paine)——本书写于法国大革命时期。它是第一本从民主立场提出人权概念的书。
  8.The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau – A famous quote from the book states that “Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains.” This accurately summarizes the book’s prime position on the importance of individual human rights within society.
  《社会契约论》(Jean-Jacques Rousseau)——书中的一句名言是:“人生而自由,却处处身陷枷锁”。此句准确地概括了作者在书中表达的对个人人权重要性的态度。
9.One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez – This novel does not have a plot in the conventional sense, but instead uses various narratives to portray a clear message about the general importance of remembering our cultural history.
  《百年孤独》(Gabriel García Márquez)——这本小说不像传统情节发展顺序那样展开,而是用不同的叙述手法清晰地表达了牢记文化历史的重要性。
  10.The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin – Few books have had as significant an impact on the way society views the natural world and the genesis of humankind.
  《物种的起源》(Charles Darwin)——没有书能像它一样如此深地影响人们对自然世界和人类起源的看法。
  11.The Wisdom of the Desert by Thomas Merton – A collection of thoughts, meditations and reflections that give insight into what life is like to live simply and purely, dedicated to a greater power than ourselves.
  《沙漠的智慧》(Thomas Merton)——这是一部对比本身更强大的力量的思考、冥想和反思的文集,它让人们了解,如果简单而纯粹地生活,生命又是怎样一番景象。
  12.The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell – Gladwell looks at how a small idea, or product concept, can spread like a virus and spark global sociological changes. Specifically, he analyzes “the levels at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable.”
  《引爆点》(Malcolm Gladwell)——格拉德韦尔着眼于不起眼的想法或产品概念如何像病毒一样蔓延,并引起世界社会学的变化。具体来说,他分析了“变化的势头变得锐不可挡的不同程度”。
 13.The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham – Arguably one of the best children’s books ever written; this short novel will help you appreciate the simple pleasures in life. It’s most notable for its playful mixture of mysticism, adventure, morality, and camaraderie.
  《柳林风声》(Kenneth Graham)——它可以说是最好的儿童读物。这部短篇小说将帮你欣赏生活中简单的快乐。本书特点是它幽默地将神秘、冒险、美德和友情集于一体。
  14.The Art of War by Sun Tzu – One of the oldest books on military strategy in the world. I t’s easily the most successful written work on the mechanics of general strategy and business tactics.
  15.The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien – One of the greatest fictional stories ever told, and by far one of the most popular and influential written works in 20th-century literature. Once you pick up the first book, you’ll read them all.
  《指环王》(JRR Tolkien)——它是人们看过的最好的玄幻故事,也是20世纪文学作品中迄今最流行最有影响力的书籍之一。一旦拿起第一本,你会情不自禁地想看下一本。
  16.David Copperfield by Charles Dickens – This is a tale that lingers on the topic of attaining and maintaining a disciplined heart as it relates to one’s emotional and moral life. Dickens states that we must learn to go against “the first mistaken impulse of the undisciplined heart.”
  《大卫科波菲尔》(Charles Dickens)——故事反复讨论了在情感和道德生活中获得并保有一颗有修养的心这一主题。狄更斯写道,我们必须学会去克制“第一个不安分的错误冲动”。

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