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Victoria Beckham has managed to balance a successful fashion career with her family life – but not without some criticism ... from her children!维多利亚#86;贝克汉姆一直在设法平衡成功的时尚事业和她的家庭生活——但并不是没有一些批评……来自她的孩子!In the March issue of Elle UK, the 38-year-old mother of four says her cooking skills dont align with her design talents and her brood will attest to that.在英国《Elle3月刊上,这位38岁有四个孩子的母亲说她的烹饪技能不能与她的设计天赋齐平,她的孩子将实这一点;You know what they say to me, because Im not the best cook, although I try really hard? They always say to me: Mummy, we know that the main ingredient in what you make is love,; she says.“你知道他们对我说什么吗?因为我不是最好的厨师,但我真的很努力地尝试过了他们总是对我说:“妈妈,我们知道你做的食物中主要的成分是爱,”她说But when it comes to her clothing line, Beckham is the expert.但一旦谈到她的装系列,贝克汉姆夫人是专家As her family moves back to the U.K. after years in Los Angeles while her husband David played L.A. Galaxy, Victoria says she had to learn to rely on others more as she continues to articulate her vision in a growing fashion empire.在她丈夫大卫在洛杉矶队效力多年后她一家人将重返英国,而当她继续阐明她不断增长的时尚帝国的远见时维多利亚说她必须学着更多地依赖他人;Youve got to trust people,; she says. ;And because I am a control freak, that difficult me because I want to micro-manage absolutely everything. I cant hand over,; she said. ;But Im trying to do that more. It hard because I have such a specific vision.;“你必须信任别人,”她说“因为我是一个控制狂,对于我那是困难的,因为我几乎要事无巨细地管控每件事我不能交给别人,”她说“但我想更多地尝试这很难因为我有这样一个特定的愿景”Beckham credits her own work ethic – and that of her husband – catapulting her into the upper echelon of the design world, where the mer Spice Girl was a fashion plate in her own right bee earning global respect her clothing and product lines.贝克汉姆夫人夸了她自己以及她丈夫的职业道德———将她送入设计世界的顶端,在那里这位前“辣”在她的饰和产品线赢得全球尊重之前以她自己的选择成为一个时尚风向标;It was never my intention to prove anybody wrong,; she says of her success. ;I wanted to prove to myself that I could do it. I dont have to work. I need to work. I believe you can achieve anything if you work hard enough to get it.;“这绝对不是我的本意来明谁错了,”她谈及自己的成功“我想向自己明我可以做到我不用必须工作我需要工作如果你足够努力去做我相信你能成就任何事” 0376

  

  There’s a story Stephen King can’t resist telling. He was shopping cinnamon buns and potato chips one day when a woman approached him. She told him that she didn’t care horror stories like the ones he wrote, and preferred uplifting stories, like “The Shawshank Redemption.” When Mr. King told her he wrote that, too, she didn’t believe him.斯蒂芬·金(Stephen King)经常给人讲这么一个故事一天,他去买肉桂面包和薯片,一个女人走到他身边,说她不怎么喜欢他那些恐怖小说,还是更喜欢《肖申克的救赎(The Shawshank Redemption)之类振奋人心的故事金告诉她,《肖申克的救赎也是他写的,她却不肯相信If there are any lingering doubts about Mr. King’s stylistic range, they should be put to rest by his new collection, “The Bazaar of Bad Dreams,” which features stories that seem to touch on every genre imaginable, except romance. There are crime and horror stories, a narrative poem and a grim western, along with realistic stories about marriage, aging and substance abuse.金创作的体裁如此多样,就算人们对此还有任何疑虑,他的新小说集《噩梦集市(The Bazaar of Bad Dreams)也足以打消这些怀疑书中收录了个短篇小说,几乎涉及除浪漫故事之外所有能想到的类型有犯罪小说、恐怖小说、一篇叙事诗和一个阴郁的西部故事,此外还有关于婚姻、衰老和滥用药物的现实主义小说The collection also functions as a companion of sorts to his 00 book “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft.” In his new book, Mr. King introduces each story, describing how he got the idea and what inspired him. The catalyst one, “The Dune,” about a sand dune where the names of people who are about to die appear, came to him all at once when he was walking his dog on a beach in Florida. Others came from equally unlikely sources: a glimpse of a woman sitting on a bus, losing a bet with his son, eating lunch with his wife at Applebee’s and seeing a man cutting up his older dining companion’s steak. Another, “The Little Green God of Agony,” was drawn from his near-fatal road accident in 1999 and his long recovery.这部小说集可以和他00年的《写作这回事:创作生涯回忆录(On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft)对照观看在这部新书里,金介绍了每一个故事,描述了每个故事的创意和灵感来源比如《沙丘(The Dune),讲的是即将死去的人们的名字会显示在一座沙丘上面,他是在佛罗里达州海滩上遛的时候突然想到这个点子的还有些创意的源头同样不可思议:对巴士上一个女人的惊鸿一瞥、和儿子打赌输了、和妻子在Applebee’s餐厅吃饭,看到一个男人给一起用餐的长者切牛排……《小小的绿色痛苦之神(The Little Green God of Agony)的灵感则是来自1999年那场差点要了他的命的车祸,以及其后漫长的恢复期“When ers come to a short story or a novel, the writer disappears completely, and that should be the case in the story, but it’s sort of fun to be able to talk about where the story came from,” Mr. King said. “It was a pleasure to talk about the craft again.”“读者们读到一个短篇小说或一部长篇小说时,作者就彻底消失了,故事就是这样,但是能够聊聊故事的灵感来源也不错,”金说,“能够再次聊起创作这门技巧,实在非常愉快”In a telephone interview, Mr. King spoke about what scares him, why he’d like to be known more than horror stories and why he has vivid dreams when he’s not writing. These are edited excerpts from the conversation.在电话采访中,金说起了让自己害怕的事情;他为什么希望以恐怖小说之外的作品而为人所知;不写作的时候,他为什么总能做栩栩如生的梦以下是经过编辑的谈话节选Q. This collection seems to showcase your stylistic range. Was that an intentional eft, to emphasize the diversity of your work?问:这部小说集展示了你创作体裁的多样;你是不是有意在强调自己风格的多样化?A. It was. I wanted to try to sp across this whole spectrum of different things that I’m able to do. And I guess part of that might have been a subconscious reaction to the idea of being dismissed as a horror writer and as the guy who does the monsters. I am the guy who does the monsters, but that doesn’t mean I can’t do other things as well.答:是的我想试着尽量去写各种我能写的东西我经常被错误地视为恐怖小说作家,是个只写怪兽的家伙,我觉得我对多样化的尝试部分可能是对这种看法的一种下意识的反应我确实是那个写怪兽的家伙,但这并不意味着我写不好别的Q. You’ve questioned the arbitrary divide between genre fiction and literary fiction in the past. Was that another goal of yours with this collection, to show people that those labels don’t matter or apply to you?问:过去你曾经质疑类型小说与文学小说之间的壁垒这本小说集是不是代表了你的另一个目标,向人们显示任何标签对你来说都不重要,或者说不适用于你?A. That has to happen somewhere else. It can’t happen with me. I never sat down to write a story where I said, ‘This is going to be a piece of literary fiction,’ or ‘This is going to be a piece of genre fiction.’ I picked the story “Mile 81” because it’s a perfect example of the sort of thing that people expect from me, and it does hark back to the days when I was writing short fiction to pay the electric bill, and I knew what those men’s magazines wanted. They wanted a scary story that was kind of gruesome. I loved all that pulp stuff, and that’s what “Mile 81” is, it’s a pulp story, and I like to think it has a little more texture. So you start with that, and then you move on to “Premium Harmony” — that has a little more of a Raymond Carver feel to it. It isn’t an eft to try to convince people that I’m a literary writer, that I’m a Jonathan Franzen wearing a popular fiction hat. I don’t want to do that. I can only write what I can write, but I was able to look at the range of stories and arrange them in a certain way.答:这种事可能会发生在别的什么地方,却不会发生在我身上我从来都不会坐下来写一篇小说,并且说:“我要写一个文学小说,”或者“我要写一个类型小说”我选了《81英里休息区(Mile 81)这一篇,因为它是一个完美的例子,正是人们期待我写的那种东西,它确实让人想起我当年为了付电费账单而写的那些短篇小说,我了解男性杂志的需求,他们想要那种有点残酷的恐怖故事我喜欢那些低俗杂志的调调,《81英里休息区就是一个低俗小说,我觉得它更有质感一些第一篇是这个,接下来是《和为贵(Premium Harmony),它有点雷蒙德·卡佛(Raymond Carver)的感觉它并不是为了向人们明我是个文学作家,是戴着流行小说帽子的乔纳森·弗兰岑(Jonathan Franzen)我不想这样我只能写自己能写的东西,但我可以在这些故事的范畴之内,用合适的方式把它们安排好Q. In your introductions to the stories, you often describe how an idea will stay with you half-med years, until some catalyst makes you go back to it. Do you write your ideas down somewhere?问:在你为这些故事写的介绍里,你经常说,某个酝酿了一半的点子会在你头脑停留好几年,直到某个催化剂出现,让你重新想起它你会把这些点子记下来吗?A. I don’t write anything down, any ideas ever, because that’s a good way to immortalize really bad ideas. The bad ideas fall out. It’s a natural Darwinian process. They go away somehow. It’s like throwing a bunch of crackers in a sieve. Some of those ideas shake out because the crumbs get too small, but the big ones stay.答:我什么都不记下来,什么点子都不记,因为这样就会永远记住很多真正糟糕的点子糟糕的点子会被忘掉这是一个自然的,达尔文式的过程它们自然地消失了就像把一把碎饼干扔在筛子上有些点子被过滤掉,因为碎屑太小了,但是大的都会留下来I have an idea right now about a guy who kills his wife, and then his wife shows up and she’s his wife, but she’s strange. She’s pale. I can see her right now. He knows that he’s killed her, and he goes and digs up the place that he buried her, see what I’m saying? And I don’t really know what he finds, whether it’s a body there, but it’s a story idea that stayed with me a long time.我现在就有个点子,一个男人杀掉了自己的妻子,然后他的妻子又出现了,她仍然是他的妻子,只不过非常奇怪她很苍白,她现在就浮现在我的面前他知道自己杀死了她,于是跑去挖掘他埋葬她的地方,你明白我在说什么吗?我不确定他能找到什么,有没有找到尸体但这是我想了很久的一个点子Q. You’re in an incredibly prolific phase. What do you think is driving your creativity at this late stage in your career?问:你正处于非常高产的阶段在你写作生涯的晚期,你的驱动力是什么呢?A. I’m not as a prolific as I used to be. There was a time when I published four books a year. As a college student, I had so much in my head that I had migraine headaches. Right now, I’m always happy if I have two or three ideas bouncing around that seem tasty.答:我已经不像过去那样高产了有段时间,我一年出四本书上大学的时候,我脑子里有那么多东西,结果得了偏头疼现在,如果我脑子里还有两三个看上去还不错的好点子在活跃着,我就很高兴了Q. You’ve said that when you’re not writing, if you have a break between books, you have especially vivid dreams. Why do you think that is?问:你说过,不写作的时候,在出书的间隙如果能休息,你就会做特别栩栩如生的梦你觉得这是为什么?A. You get habituated to the process, which is very mysterious, but it’s very much like dreaming. A lot of times I can’t remember where these stories came from or what it was like to write them because it’s like being in a trance state when I sit down to write.答:你已经习惯了这个过程,它非常神秘,但它非常像是做梦有很多次,我已经记不起笔下的故事是从哪儿来的,或者它们是怎么写的,因为我坐下来写东西的时候,感觉就像处于一种恍惚状态Once the book is done, the stories are done, you don’t have anything in particular that you want to do. The process goes on, but it goes on at night, your brain does that, and you have the dreams. When I write again, it stops.当一本书写完,故事结束了,你又没有什么特别想做的事这个过程还在继续,不过是发生在夜里,你的大脑非常活跃,就开始做梦等我再次开始写作,它就消失了Q. So you don’t remember your dreams?问:那你不记得这些梦吗?A. No. I don’t have them. I don’t dream when I’m writing.答:不,不记得而且一开始写作我就不做梦了Q. One of the stories was sparked by your near-fatal accident in 1999, when you were walking and were hit by a van. But in the introduction, you say that you’re “not in the business of confessional fiction” and that this story turned into a horror story instead. Why are you opposed to confessional writing?问:这些短篇小说里,有一篇是受1999年那场差点让你送命的车祸启发写下的,当时你正在走路,被一辆面包车撞了但在简介里,你却说自己“不写自白式的小说”,而且这个故事最后变成了一个恐怖故事你为什么不喜欢自白式的写作?A. You use your experiences to make the fiction more real to the er. You rely on things that you absolutely know, because that gives you bedrock to stand on when you write the fiction, and I knew about pain. Pain is one of those things like sexual ecstasy that’s very difficult to write about unless you’ve experienced it. I knew about the therapy and how much it hurts, and I did want to write about that from the standpoint of some guy who didn’t want to go through the pain to get the positive benefit of it. And then it turned out that this guy really did have this sort of demonic creature inside of him. That was kind of cool.答:你运用自己的经历,让小说对于读者来说更真实你依靠自己彻底了解的事物,因为它给了你一个写虚构小说的基础我了解这种痛苦痛苦和性高潮一样,除非你有亲身体验,否则是非常难写的我知道治疗过程是什么样,知道那有多疼,我很想站在这样一个人的视角来写故事,他不想经历这种痛苦去获得其中的好处结果这个人体内确实有那种邪恶生物这还挺酷的I don’t live that interesting of a life. All I can do is take pieces of my own experience or even stuff from my ing or viewing and put them in a story that I think will entertain people. That’s the main job, to entertain people, and confession can get boring after a while. I guess that’s why I can’t see myself ever writing a full-blown memoir. I’m not sure anybody would want to it.我的生活不那么有趣我能做的只有把自己经历的片段,或者我读过、看到过的东西的片段拿出来,放进一个我觉得可以别人的故事里别人是我的主业,而自白过段时间就可能让人厌烦我觉得这也解释了为什么我不会写一本全面的回忆录我不确定有人会愿意读Q. What made you want to write scary stories in the first place?问:你最早为什么想写那些吓人的故事呢?A. Nothing. There are certain minerals, lack of a better word, buried in our nature, that come with the DNA, that are part of the original equipment. me, I was about 8 or 9 years old, and my brother and I were going through some stuff that my mother had in this crawl space in an apartment in Stratd, [Conn.], and there were boxes and boxes of my father’s stuff. There were a bunch of paperbacks, and one of them had a cover that showed this green monster crawling out of an open grave. My brother didn’t want anything to do with that, and I looked at that and thought, ‘That’s mine.’ I want to know what that’s about. As a kid, I went to see every horror movie I could possibly see. Sometimes my brother went with me. My brother’s two years older, and he would put his hat over his face. I never put my hat over my face.答:没什么我们的天性中有某种特殊的“矿藏”——我没有更好的词来形容它——它就在我们的DNA里,就像是我们的原始装备我在八九岁的时候,和哥哥在(康涅狄格州)斯特拉特福德的公寓里,看我妈妈堆在那低矮空间里的东西,有好几箱都是我爸爸的东西有一大堆平装书,还有一本书,封面是一个绿色的怪物,从敞开的坟墓里爬出来我哥哥不想看,我盯着这本书,想:“这是我的”我想知道这本书里讲了什么小时候,我看过所有能看的恐怖电影有时候哥哥也和我一起去,他比我大两岁,看到恐怖的地方总是用帽子挡着脸我从来不用帽子挡住脸Q. What are you most afraid of?问:你最害怕的东西是什么?A. Everything? Death, but not even death so much as Alzheimer’s, premature senility. My idea of a horror movie is “Still Alice.” The things that scare me or interest me over the years are less drive-in movie horror stuff, and more, what can you find in real life that scares the devil out of you?答:最害怕?死亡,但死亡也不像阿尔兹海默症那样可怕,过早的衰老不能自理我觉得最可怕的电影就是《依然爱丽丝(Still Alice)这些年来,让我害怕,或者让我感兴趣的事不再是那种免下车影院里放的恐怖片,而是那种现实生活中能把你吓得半死的东西Q. You certainly have a talent scaring people.问:你的确很有吓人的天赋A. But I want all the people who don’t like to be scared. I want to welcome them in a gentle way, and then scare them. I want to get them in there, where they can’t get out.答:但我希望吸引那些不想被吓到的人们我想用一种温和的方式迎接他们,然后再吓住他们我想带他们进来,然后他们就别想离开 195。

  Jolie and Pitt fly economy朱莉和皮特经济舱出行Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt shunned a private jet or even the luxury of first class as they fly economy with their six children from Paris to Nice on Sunday.安吉丽娜·朱莉和布拉德·皮特7日携6个孩子从巴黎前往尼斯时,未乘坐私人飞机或是奢华头等舱,而是乘坐了经济舱The family waited two hours at airport along with other passengers.他们一家人和其他乘客一起在机场候机小时They looked just like any other family as they made their way to check in the flight, bee climbing aboard the liner.登机之前,他们也像其他普通家庭一样去办理登机手续Pitt and Jolie were also seen putting their hand luggage into the overhead storage.有人还看见皮特和朱莉将他们自己的手提箱放进了头顶的行李架Their six children were not accompanied by a bodyguard, and just one of their nannies.他们的6个孩子并没有保镖陪同,只有一位保姆In , it was reported they took as many as ; nannies; with them on a Caribbean holiday.据报道,年他们在加勒比海度假时带了多达位保姆 37973

  The couple reportedly married in a private ceremony attended by family and friends. Pitt and Jolie obtained a marriage license from a local Calinia judge, who also conducted the ceremony in France.布拉德·皮特和安吉丽娜·朱莉从一名加州当地法官那里拿到结婚许可,并在法国举办了一个只有家人和朋友参加的私人婚礼Pitt and Jolie six children were also in the wedding. Jolie walked the aisle with her eldest sons Maddox, , and Pax, . Zahara, 9, and Vivienne, 6, threw flower petals while Shiloh, 8, and Knox, 6, served as ring bearers.皮特和朱莉的6个孩子也参加了婚礼朱莉在大儿子岁的Maddox和岁的Pax的陪伴下穿过长廊,9岁的Zahara和6岁的Vivienne播撒花瓣,8岁的Shiloh和6岁的Knox则托着婚戒Jolie, 39, and Pitt, 50, started dating while working together on the film ;Mr. And Mrs. Smith.; The couple, dubbed Brangelina, got engaged in April after seven years of dating.39岁的朱莉和50岁的皮特在年共演电影《史密斯夫妇时开始约会7年后,这对昵称为Brangelina(Brad + Angelina)的情侣于年月订婚The ;Maleficent; star spoke to People about her wedding plans in May :出演《沉睡魔咒的朱莉告诉《人物杂志她计划在年5月结婚:;Were just waiting it to be the right time with the kids, with work, when it feels right, ; Jolie said.“我们觉得是结婚的时候了,只是在等一个对孩子和工作都恰到好处的时间”;We talk about it occasionally, and the kids talk about it with us, which is verging on hysterical, how kids envision a wedding. They will in a way be the wedding planners. It going to be Disney or paintball - one or the other! Weve got a lot of different personalities in the house. Theyve got some strong opinions, ; she continued.“我们偶尔会讨论结婚,孩子们也会和我们一起聊,这多么不可思议啊,孩子们那么向往婚礼某种程度上,他们就是婚礼策划婚礼要么变成迪斯尼,要么变成弹游戏!家里每个人的性格都大不相同他们都很有主见”;It will be fun. That the important thing. When we do it, it will feel like a great day our family.; Jolie said.“婚礼会很有趣它非常重要,将会是我们家庭伟大的一天” 356

  Lawyers Britain royal family will go to court in France on Monday in a bid to stop further publication in that country of topless photos of William wife Kate, the prince office said Sunday.威廉王子办公室上周日表示,英国王室的律师将于本周一向一家法国法院提起诉讼,以阻止法国杂志继续刊登凯特王妃的半裸照St. James Palace says lawyers will seek an injunction against Italian media group Mondadori, which publishes France Closer and Italy Chi gossip magazines.圣詹姆斯宫表示,律师将要求禁止意大利蒙达多利传媒集团旗下的法国名人八卦杂志《靠近和意大利八卦杂志《Chi刊登这些照片The palace also will seek damages from the publisher, which is owned by mer Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi. Last week Closer published paparazzi snaps of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, sunbathing during a holiday at a relative chateau in Provence. Chi says it will publish 6 pages of the images — taken with a long lens from hundreds of meters away — on Monday.英国王室还要求这家出版商做出赔偿,而该出版商的老板就是意大利前总理贝卢斯科尼上周,《靠近刊登了仔队拍摄的英国王妃凯特的照片,当时她正在王室亲属位于普罗旺斯的一座城堡度假《Chi还宣布将在周一刊登6幅照片,这些照片都是仔队在数百米外通过长焦镜头拍摄的An Irish tabloid reproduced the Closer photos on Saturday, but no British publication has run them, and Britain tabloids have lined up to denounce them as an invasion of the duchess privacy.爱尔兰一家八卦小报上周六对《靠近杂志的照片进行了转载,但英国媒体都没有刊登英国的八卦小报一致谴责其侵犯了王妃的隐私The palace condemned publication of the images and said it was considering ;all proportionate responses; against Chi, though no decision has been made on legal action against it or the Irish Daily Star.英国王室对刊登照片的行为进行了谴责,表示正考虑对《Chi杂志进行“所有适当的回应”,但还没有决定对《Chi和爱尔兰《每日星报采取法律行动The strong response stands in contrast to the reception of naked photos of Prince Harry partying in Las Vegas, which appeared online last month and were later published in Britain Sun tabloid. The palace shrugged off the photos, snapped during a game of strip billiards, and took no action against those who published them.英国王室对此事的强烈反应与对待哈里王子派对裸照一事的态度形成了鲜明对比哈里的裸照上月出现在网上,之后被英国《太阳报刊登英国王室对这些照片不屑理睬,对刊登照片的媒体也没有采取行动当时哈里王子和众人玩起了“脱衣台球”Some see British papers reluctance to run the Kate photos as a sign the country once-rambunctious tabloids have been cowed by a scandal over phone hacking and other wrongdoing, which brought public opprobrium and an ongoing media-ethics inquiry.一些人认为,英国报纸不愿刊登凯特的照片,可以看出英国一度难以掌控的八卦小报受到了电话窃听丑闻和其他丑闻的影响,这些丑闻导致了公众对媒体的责骂,以及持续进行的媒体道德质询The storm over the photos erupted as William and Kate made an official tour of Singapore, Malaysia and the South Pacific. They arrived in the Solomon Islands on Sunday and will end their trip Tuesday in the island nation of Tuvalu.裸照风波是在威廉和凯特对新加坡、马来西亚和南太平洋进行正式访问时爆发的他们在上周日抵达了所罗门群岛,并将在本周二结束访问之旅,终点站是岛国图瓦卢 01

  

  

  

  

  

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