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Brown Girl Dreaming

《黑人女孩的梦想》

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这本书记录了作者从出生到10岁左右的童年,Jacqueline和她的家人都是非洲裔的美国人,她的父亲Jack和母亲Mary Ann,都来自于南卡罗来纳州。在Jacqueline和她姐姐出生之前,妈妈失去了她哥哥。父母经常吵架,最终导致妈妈带他们逃离了家,爸爸求得妈妈原谅之后,这个家庭重归于好。后来她母亲在吵架之后再次离家,把孩子们带回了格林威尔。

A Brief Introduction to the Author of Brown Girl Dreaming

Jacqueline Woodson is an American writer of books for children and adolescents.She is best known for Miracle’s Boys, and her Newbery Honor-winning titles Brown Girl Dreaming,After Tupac and D Foster,Feathers, and Show Way.After serving as the Yong People’s Poet Laureate from 2015-17,she was named the National Ambassador for Yong People’s Library of Congress, for 2018-19.She was also a visiting fellow at the American Library in Paris in spring of 2017.

杰奎琳·伍德森(Jacqueline Woodson)是美国青少年书籍作家。她以《奇迹的男孩》而著称,她以作品《黑人女孩的梦想》,《图帕克和福斯特》,《羽毛》和《 Show Way》成为纽伯里2015-2017年诗人桂冠获得者的荣誉头衔,她于2018-2019年被任命为雍人民图书馆全国大使.2017年春,她成为巴黎美国图书馆的客座研究员.

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Introduction of Brown Girl Dreaming:

《黑人女孩的梦想》简介

Jacqueline is born on February 12, 1963, in the city of Columbus, Ohio, and named after her father, Jack. While Jackie’s first year is spent in the North, several trips are made to the South for Mary Ann (her mother) to visit her parents, Grandpa and Grandma , who live in the Nicholtown area of Greenville, South Carolina. The region is segregated and Jackie doesn't understand why she always goes. Her parents' very different feelings about the South causes arguments between them. Eventually, Jack and Mary Ann split up, and Mary Ann and her three children, Hope, Odella, and Jackie, move south to live with Grandpa Gunnar and Grandma Georgiana. Jackie comes to love Greenville. While racism and segregation exist there, the place is still home to her and her grandparents. They believe in peaceful marches for civil rights. They know that God will bless them for doing the right thing. Despite the widespread animosity, there are white people in Greenville who are respectful and treat Jackie and her family like actual human beings. One such woman is the owner of the local laundromat store, who has known Grandma Georgiana for years. Mary Ann, however, wants to move back North. So, she travels to New York City to get settled. Jackie and her siblings stay on with their grandparents, relishing the time they have with them until Mary Ann comes to retrieve her children, with a brand new baby boy named Roman in tow. They move in with Mary Ann's sister Caroline Irby (Aunt Kay), but Aunt Kay dies and the family of five is left alone. In New York, Jackie becomes best friends with a girl from Puerto Rico named Maria. She also decides that she wants to become a writer after encouragement from her teacher. Each summer, Jackie and her siblings return to South Carolina to visit their grandparents. However, each time they find Grandpa Gunnar, a heavy smoker, sicker and sicker. Mary Ann's brother gets sent to prison after getting in trouble with the police, during which time he converts to Islam. About the same time, Jackie and Maria start to love Angela Davis of the Black Panther movement. They imitate Angela, though they have no real idea about the revolution in which she is involved. Not long after, Grandpa Gunnar dies of cancer, and Grandma Georgiana moves up to New York to be with Mary Ann and the grandchildren.

杰奎琳(Jacqueline)于1963212日出生于俄亥俄州哥伦布市,以她的父亲杰克(Jack)的名字命名。杰基(Jackie)的第一年是在北方度过的,但玛丽(Mary Ann)(她的母亲)却多次前往南方,拜访她的父母,爷爷和奶奶,他们住在南卡罗来纳州格林维尔的尼科尔敦地区。该地区处于隔离状态,杰基不明白为什么母亲总是去。她父母对南方的不同看法常常引起的争论。最终,父母分手,母亲带着她的三个孩子Hope,OdellaJackie移居南部,与爷爷和奶奶住在一起。杰基爱上格林维尔。尽管这里存在种族主义和种族隔离,但这里仍然是她和祖父母的住所。他们相信争取公民权利的和平游行。他们知道上帝会祝福他们做正确的事。尽管普遍存在仇恨,但格林维尔还是有一些白人,他们尊重杰基及其家人,把他们当做真正的人类看待其中一位妇女是当地自助洗衣店商店的老板,该店主已经认识奶奶多年了。好景不长,玛丽·安(Mary Ann)想要搬回北部。因此,她前往纽约定居。杰基和她的兄弟姐妹一直与祖父母在一起,享受在一起的时光,直到玛丽·安(Mary Ann)带着一个名叫罗曼(Roman)的崭新男婴重回南方。他们与玛丽·安(Mary Ann Ann)的姐姐卡洛琳·艾尔比(Caroline Irby)(凯阿姨)住在一起,凯阿姨去世之后,一家五口就相依为命。在纽约,杰基与波多黎各的一个名叫玛丽亚的女孩成为了最好的朋友。在老师的鼓励下,她还决定要成为一名作家。每年夏天,杰基都会和和兄弟姐妹回到南卡罗来纳州探望他们的祖父母。但是,每次他们发现爷爷贡纳尔吸烟的情况越来越严重。玛丽·安的兄弟在与警察发生纠纷后被送进监狱,在此期间他转信了伊斯兰教。大约在同一时间,杰基和玛丽亚开始喜欢黑豹运动的安吉拉·戴维斯。他们模仿安吉拉,尽管对她所参与的革命没有真正的想法。不久之后,贡纳爷爷死于癌症,乔治亚娜奶奶搬到纽约,与玛丽·安和孙子们在一起。

The reason to recommend Brown Girl Dreaming:

《黑人女孩的梦想》的推荐理由:

There is something so very real, honest, and about Jacqueline Woodson’s writing, regardless of what she’s writing about in Brown Girl Dreaming.Her prose contains heartrending stories, thoughts, musings, and emotions ranging from bliss to anger. There’s a childlike purity in her work, these snippets of thoughts that tell her story, the story of her family, friends, her beliefs and her religion.
Growing up in the south in an era where so much change
s was taking place, where children were surrounded from the outside with the message to be proud, and where the message from the older generation was still to avoid eye contact, you might expect more anger, more focus on the ugly side of that time. It’s not glossed over, it’s that the focus for those years shared in Brown Girl Dreaming is love for the place, the people and her memories. The nostalgia is sweet without sacrificing any truth, her power in the restraint she shows.
“The first time I write my full name Jacqueline Amanda Woodson without anybody’s help on a clean white page in composition notebook, I know if I wanted to I could write anything. Letters becoming words, words gathering meaning, becoming thoughts outside my head becoming sentences written by Jacqueline Amanda Woodson.”
This is the story of one girl finding her voice.
This is also the story of a part of America’s racial history.
This is Woodson’s story, but it’s also a story that is part of all of us.
“The people who came before me worked so hard to make this world a better place for me. I know my work is to make the world a better place for those coming after. As long as I can remember this, I can continue to do the work I was put here to do.”

无论杰克琳·伍德森在《黑人女孩的梦想》中的创作什么,都有如此真实,诚实的内容。她的散文包含从幸福到愤怒的令人心碎的故事,思想,沉思和情感。她的作品中有纯稚的童年,这些片段讲述了她的故事,她的家人,朋友,信仰和宗教的故事。

在一个发生着巨大变化的时代的美国南部长大,孩子们被外界让自己骄傲的信息包围,而老一辈的信息仍然是为了避免目光接触,可能会期望更多的愤怒,更多地关注那个时代的丑陋一面,掩盖它。《黑人女孩的梦想》中那些年的重点是对地方,以及对回忆的热爱?;尘芍樘鹈蓝植晃魏握胬?,她展现出了在约束中的力量。

在没有人的帮助下,我第一次在全白笔记本上写下全名Jacqueline Amanda Woodson的时候,我知道如果我愿意,我能写任何东西。字母变成单词,单词集合含义,变成我脑海中的想法,变成杰奎琳·阿曼达·伍德森(Jacqueline Amanda Woodson)写的句子。

这是一个女孩找到自己的声音的故事。

这也是美国种族历史故事一部分。

这是伍德森的故事,这也是我们所有人故事的一部分。

在我之前来到这里的人们辛勤工作,使这个世界对我来说更美好。我知道我的工作是为后世的人们创造一个更美好的世界。只要我能记住这一点,就可以继续做我在这里要做的工作。

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