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  Mountain Truth
[版面:艺术殿堂][首篇作者:aileen] , 1999年02月23日03:40:30 ,198次阅读,0次回复
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标  题:   Mountain Truth
发信站: The unknown SPACE (Tue Feb 23 03:40:42 1999), 转信

● 林仁余(译)何汉聪(图)

                    Mountains are to the rest of the body of the earth, what
                  violent muscular action is to the body of man. The muscles
                  and tendons of its anatomy are, in the mountain, brought out
                  with force and convulsive energy, full of expression,
                  passion, and strength; the plains and the lower hills are
                  the repose and the effortless motion of the frame, when its
                  muscles lie dormant and concealed beneath the lines of its
                  beauty, yet ruling those lines in their every undulation.
                  This, then, is the first grand principle of the truth of the
                  earth. The spirit of the hills is action, that of the
                  lowlands repose; and between these there is to be found
                  every variety of motion and of rest, from the inactive
                  plain, sleeping like the firmament, with cities for stars,
                  to the fiery peaks, which, with heaving bosoms and exulting
                  limbs, with the clouds drifting like hair from their bright
                  foreheads, lift up their Titan hands to heaven, saying, "I
                  live for ever!"

                    But there is this difference between the action of the
                  earth, and that of a living creature; that while the exerted
                  limb marks its bones and tendons through the flesh, the
                  excited earth casts off the flesh altogether, and its bones
                  come out from beneath. Mountains are the bones of the earth,
                  their highest peaks are invariably those parts of its
                  anatomy which in the plains lie buried under five and twenty
                  thousand feet of solid thickness of superincumbent soil, and
                  which spring up in the mountain ranges in vast pyramids or
                  wedges, flinging their garment of earth away from them on
                  each side.

                    John Ruskin: On Turner

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