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    新概念英语听力mp3下载第四册lesson 31 The sculptor speaks

    Source:  Onion  2007-03-21  我要投稿   恒星英语学习论坛   Favorite  
     
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    Appreciation of sculpture depends upon the abi8lity to respond to f.mp3 in three
    dimensions. That is perhaps why sculpture has been described as the most
    difficult of all arts; certainly it is more difficult than the arts which involve appreciation
    of flat f.mp3s, shape in only two dimensions. Many more people are
    'f.mp3-blind' than colour-blind. The child learning to see, first distinguishes only
    two-dimensional shape; it cannot judge distances,depths. Later, for its personal
    safety and practical needs, it has to develop(partly by means of touch) the ability
    to judge roughly three-dimensional distances. But having satisfied the requirements
    of practical necessity, most people go no further. Though they may attain
    considerable accuracy in the perception of flat f.mp3, they do not make the further
    intellectual and emotional effort needed to comprehend f.mp3 in its full spatial
    existence.
    this is what the sculptor must do. He must strive continually to think of , and
    use, f.mp3 in its full spatial completeness. He gets the solid shape, as it were, inside
    his head--he thinks of it, whatever its size, as if he were holding it completely
    enclosed in the hollow of his hand. He mentally visualizes a complex f.mp3 from
    all round itself; he knows while he looks at one side what the other side is like;
    he identifies himself with its centre of gravity, its mass, its weight; he realizes
    its volume, as the space that the shape displaces in the air.
    And the sensitive observer of sculpture must also learn to feel shape simply as
    shape, not as description or reminiscence. He must, for example, perceive an
    egg as a simple single solid shape, quite apart from its significance as food,or
    from the literary idea that it will become a bird. And so with solids such as a
    shell, a nut, a plum, a pear, a tadpole, a mushroom, a mountain peak, a kidney, a
    carrot, a tree-trunk, a bird, a bud, a lark, a ladybird, a bulrush, a bone. From
    these he can go on to appreciate more complex f.mp3s of combinations of several
    f.mp3s.
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