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邓布利多相关原文整理(2)

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本次引用内容全部来源于《哈利波特与密室》。




1.英文原文来源于pottermore美版电子书。


2.中文版来源于人民文学出版社版本。


3.不带引用符号的都是给自己的备注和个人理解,大家自由忽略,欢迎讨论。


4.依旧特别长。




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(chapter 4)



 “Dumbledore alreadyknows you’re here, Harry — doesn’t miss a trick, that man. You two’ve got them,too,” he added, as Fred and George ambled in, still in their pajamas.




“哈利,邓布利多已经知道你在这儿了——这个人啊,什么也瞒不过他。你们俩也有。”



全知全能邓布利多。




(Chapter 5)



There was a knock on the office door and Snape, now lookinghappier than ever, opened it. There stood the headmaster, Professor Dumbledore.


Harry’s whole body went numb. Dumbledore was looking unusually grave. He stared down his very crooked nose at them, and Harry suddenly found himself wishing he and Ron were stillbeing beaten up by the Whomping Willow. 


There was a long silence. Then Dumbledore said, “Please explain why you did this.”


It would have beenbetter if he had shouted. Harry hated the disappointment in his voice.




 有人敲门,斯内普过去开,脸上的表情更加愉快了。门外站着他们的校长,邓布利多教授。


哈利全身都麻木了。邓布利多的表情异常严肃,目光顺着他的弯鼻梁朝下看着他们。哈利突然希望他和罗恩还在那里遭受打人柳的殴打。长久的沉默。然后邓布利多说:“请解释你们为什么要这么做。”


他要是大声嚷嚷还好一些,哈利真怕听他那种失望的语气。






“It will be for Professor McGonagall to decide on theseboys’ punishments, Severus,” said Dumbledore calmly. “They are in her House andare therefore her responsibility.” He turned to Professor McGonagall. “I mustgo back to the feast, Minerva, I’ve got to give out a few notices. Come,Severus, there’s a delicious-looking custard tart I want to sample —




“让麦格教授来决定对这两个学生的惩罚,西弗勒斯,”邓布利多平静地说,“他们是她学院里的学生,应当由她负责。”他转向麦格教授,“我必须回到宴会上去了,米勒娃,我要宣布几个通知。来吧,西弗勒斯,有一种蛋奶果馅饼看上去很不错,我想尝一尝。



我一定要配个图,因为我超喜欢吃这玩意儿。





(Chapter 8)



By the time Halloween arrived,Harry was regretting his rash promise to go to the deathday party. The rest ofthe school was happily anticipating their Halloween feast; the Great Hall hadbeen decorated with the usual live bats, Hagrid’s vast pumpkins had been carvedinto lanterns large enough for three men to sit in, and there were rumors that Dumbledore had booked a troupe of dancingskeletons for the entertainment. 




人们还传言说,邓布利多预定了一支骷髅舞蹈团,给大家助兴。



老邓平常到底是什么画风会让大家有这样的传言……




(Chapter 9)



The tip of Dumbledore's long,crooked nose was barely an inch from Mrs. Norris’s fur. He was looking at herclosely through his half-moon spectacles, his long fingers gently prodding and poking.




邓布利多长长的鹰钩鼻的鼻尖几乎碰到了洛丽丝夫人身上的毛。他透过半月形的眼镜片仔细端详着它,修长的手指轻轻地这里戳戳,那里捅捅。



“crooked nose”应该没有鹰钩鼻的意思(存疑),依旧是“歪扭的鼻子”“歪鼻梁”的意思。





Dumbledore was giving Harry asearching look. His twinkling light-bluegaze made Harry feel as though he were being X-rayed. “Innocent until provenguilty, Severus,” he said firmly.




邓布利多用探究的目光看了哈利一眼。面对他炯炯发亮的蓝眼睛的凝视,哈利觉得自己被看透了。


“只要没被证明有罪,就是无辜的,西弗勒斯。”他坚定地说。





(chapter 10)



Next moment, Dumbledore wasbacking into the dormitory, wearing a long woolly dressing gown and a nightcap




紧接着,邓布利多后退着进入了病房。他穿着一件长长的羊毛晨衣,戴着睡帽。




“Yes,” said Professor McGonagall. “But I shudder to think . . . If Albus hadn’t been on the way downstairs for hot chocolate — who knows what might have —”




“我想起来就不寒而栗……如果不是阿不思碰巧下楼来端热巧克力,谁知道会怎么样……”



想象一下,大半夜,穿着长款羊毛睡袍,带着睡帽,下楼端热巧克力的,校长。





 “What does this mean, Albus?”Professor McGonagall asked urgently.


 “It means,” said Dumbledore, “that the Chamberof Secrets is indeed open again.” Madam Pomfrey clapped a hand to her mouth. 


Professor McGonagall stared atDumbledore. “But, Albus . . . surely . . . who?” 


“The question is not who,” saidDumbledore, his eyes on Colin. “The question is, how. . . .




    “这意味着什么,阿不思?”麦格教授急迫地追问。


    “这意味着,”邓布利多说,“密室确实又被打开了。”


  庞弗雷夫人用手捂住嘴巴。麦格教授呆呆地看着邓布利多。“可是阿不思……你想必知道……谁?”


    “问题不是谁,”邓布利多目光停留在科林身上,说道,“问题是,怎样……”哈利看到阴影中麦格教授脸上的神情,知道她像自己一样,没有听懂邓布利多的话。





(chapter 11)



They marched in silence around acorner and she stopped before a large and extremely ugly stone gargoyle.


 “Lemon drop!” she said. Thiswas evidently a password, because the gargoyle sprang suddenly to life and hopped aside as the wall behind him split in two. Even full of dread for what was coming, Harry couldn’t fail to be amazed. Behind the wall was a spiralstaircase that was moving smoothly upward, like an escalator. As he and Professor McGonagall stepped onto it, Harry heard the wall thud closed behind them. They rose upward in circles, higher and higher, until at last, slightly dizzy, Harry saw a gleaming oak door ahead, with a brass knocker in the shapeof a griffin.


He knew now where he was beingtaken. This must be where Dumbledore lived.




他们默默地拐了个弯,教授在一个奇丑无比的巨大的石头怪兽面前停住脚步。  


“冰镇柠檬汁!”她说。这显然是一句口令,只见怪兽突然活了起来,跳到一旁,它身后的墙壁裂成了两半。哈利尽管为即将到来的命运忧心忡忡,却也忍不住暗暗称奇。墙后面是道旋转楼梯,正在缓缓地向上移动,就像自动扶梯一样。哈利和麦格教授一踏上去,就听见后面轰隆一声,墙又合上了。他们旋转着越升越高,越升越高,最后,感到有些头晕的哈利看见前面有一道闪闪发亮的栎木门,上面是一个狮身鹰首兽形状的黄铜门环。


 哈利知道他被带到了哪里。这一定是邓布利多住的地方。



第一本的“柠檬雪糕”到第二部被翻译成了“冰镇柠檬汁”。这次补个真正的"柠檬雪宝"的图,“雪宝”这个翻译多好啊。





(chapter 12)



Harry looked around. One thingwas certain: of all the teachers’ offices Harry had visited so far this year,Dumbledore’s was by far the most interesting. If he hadn’t been scared out of his wits that he was about to be thrown out of school, he would have been very pleased to have a chance to look around it.  It was a large and beautiful circular room, full of funny little noises. A number of curious silver instruments stood on spindle-legged tables, whirring and emitting little puffs of smoke. The walls were covered with portraits ofold headmasters and head mistresses, all of whom were snoozing gently in theirframes. There was also an enormous, claw-footed desk, and, sitting on a shelf behind it, a shabby, tattered wizard's hat — the Sorting Hat.




哈利环顾四周。有一点是可以确定的:在哈利这一年拜访过的所有老师办公室中,邓布利多的办公室绝对是最最有趣的。如果哈利不是因为担心自己会被赶出学校而吓得六神无主,他会觉得非常高兴有机会到这里来看看。这是一个宽敞、美丽的圆形房间,充满了各种滑稽的小声音。细长腿的桌子上,放着许多稀奇古怪的银器,旋转着,喷出一小股一小股的烟雾。墙上挂满了昔日的男女老校长们的肖像,他们都在各自的像框里轻轻地打着呼噜。房间里还有一张巨大的桌子,桌脚是爪子形的。在桌子后面的一块搁板上,放着一顶破破烂烂的、皱皱巴巴的巫师帽——分院帽。






The office door opened. Dumbledore came in, looking very somber. 


  “Professor,” Harrygasped. “Your bird — I couldn’t do anything — he just caught fire —” 


To Harry's astonishment, Dumbledore smiled.  


“About time, too,” he said. “He's been looking dreadful for days; I've been telling him to get a move on.”


He chuckled at the stunned look on Harry's face.


“Fawkes is a phoenix, Harry. Phoenixes burst into flame whenit is time for them to die and are reborn from the ashes. Watch him. . .”


Harry looked down in time to see a tiny, wrinkled, newbornbird poke its head out of the ashes. It was quite as ugly as the old one.  


“It’s a shame you had to see him on a Burning Day,” saidDumbledore, seating himself behind his desk. 


“He’s really very handsome most of the time, wonderful redand gold plumage. Fascinating creatures, phoenixes. They can carry immenselyheavy loads, their tears have healing powers, and they make highly faithfulpets.”


In the shock of Fawkes catching fire, Harry had forgottenwhat he was there for, but it all came back to him as Dumbledore settled himself in the high chair behind the desk and fixed Harry with his penetrating, light-blue stare.



 



办公室的门开了,邓布利多走了进来,神情十分凝重。


“教授,”哈利喘着气说,“你的鸟——我没有办法——它突然着了火——”


令哈利感到大为吃惊的是,邓布利多居然露出了微笑。


“差不多是时候了,”他说,“它模样可怕已经有好多天了,我一直叫它快点行动。”


他看到哈利脸上惊愕的表情,不禁轻轻地笑了。


“福克斯是一只凤凰,哈利。凤凰到了将死的时候,就会自焚,然后从灰烬里再生。你看着它……”


哈利一低头,正好看见一只小小的、全身皱巴巴的小雏鸟从灰烬中探出脑袋。它的相貌和老鸟一般丑陋。


“真遗憾,你不得不在涅槃日见到他,”邓布利多说着,在桌子后面坐了下来,“它大部分时间是非常漂亮的:全身都是令人称奇的红色和金色羽毛。凤凰真是十分奇特迷人的生命。它们能携带极为沉重的东西,它们的眼泪具有疗伤的作用,而且它们还是特别忠诚的宠物。”


哈利在福克斯自焚引起的惊恐中,暂时忘记了他到这里来的原因。可是此刻,当邓布利多在桌后的高背椅上坐下,用他浅蓝色的、具有穿透力的目光盯住他的时候,他一切都想起来了






“You don’t think it was me,Professor?” Harry repeated hopefully as Dumbledore brushed rooster feathers offhis desk. 


“No, Harry, I don't,” saidDumbledore, though his face was somber again. 


“But I still want to talk to you.” Harry waited nervously while Dumbledore considered him, the tips of hislong fingers together. 


“I must ask you, Harry,  whetherthere is anything you’d like to tell me,” he said gently. “Anything at all.




“你认为不是我吗,教授?”哈利满怀希望地问,看着邓布利多拂去桌上的鸡毛。


“对,哈利,我认为不是。”邓布利多说,不过他脸上的神色又凝重起来。


“但是我仍然想跟你谈谈。”


哈利紧张地等待着,这时邓布利多端详着他,十个修长的手指的指尖碰在一起。’“我必须问问你,哈利,你有没有事情愿意告诉我,”他温和地说,“任何事情。”





(Chapter 13)



Dumbledore led them in a few of his favorite carols, Hagrid booming more and more loudly with everygoblet of eggnog he consumed.




邓布利多领着他们唱了几支他最喜欢的圣诞颂歌,海格灌下了一杯又一杯的蛋奶酒后,嗓门也随之越来越响亮。



邓校是真喜欢唱歌啊,第一部里也是非要领着学生们唱校歌。





They didn’t see another person until they reached theentrance hall, when a tall wizard withlong, sweeping auburn hair and a beard called to Riddle from the marblestaircase.


What are you doing, wandering around this late, Tom?” 


Harry gaped at the wizard. He was none other than afifty-years-younger Dumbledore.


 “I had to see the headmaster, sir,” said Riddle. 


“Well, hurry off to bed,” said Dumbledore, giving Riddle exactly the kind of penetrating stare Harry knew so well. “Best not to roam the corridors thesedays. Not since . . .” 


He sighed heavily, bade Riddle good night, and strode off.




一路上,他们没有看见一个人,最后他们来到门厅,一个高个子的巫师,留着赤褐色的飘逸的长头发和长胡子,在大理石楼梯上向里德尔打招呼。“你在做什么,汤姆,这么晚了还在乱逛?”


哈利目瞪口呆地望着这位巫师。他不是别人,正是年轻了五十岁的邓布利多。“我刚才要去见校长,先生。”里德尔说。


 “好了,快上床睡觉吧。”邓布利多说着,用哈利非常熟悉的那种具有穿透性的目光,凝视着里德尔。“这些日子最好不要在走廊里闲逛。既然已经……”


他沉重地叹息一声,向里德尔道了晚安,就大踏步地走开了。



50年前的邓布利多有着sweeping auburn hair. 其实我个人对sweeping hair的理解是卷发,然而我并没有真的见过这种用法,如果大家知道sweeping hair其他的解释欢迎提出。


 


(Chapter 14)



“I want it understood, Cornelius, that Hagrid has my full confidence,” said Dumbledore, frowning at Fudge.


“Look,Albus,” said Fudge, uncomfortably. 


“Hagrid’s record’s against him. Ministry’s got to dosomething — the school governors have been in touch —” “Yet again, Cornelius, Itell you that taking Hagrid away will not help in the slightest,” saidDumbledore. His blue eyes were full of a fire Harry had never seen before.




  “我希望你明白,康奈利,我是完全信任海格的。”邓布利多对福吉皱着眉头说道。


“可是你瞧,阿不思,”福吉很不自然地说,“海格的前科记录对他不利啊。魔法部不得不采取一些措——已经和校董事会取得了联系。”


 “不过康奈利,我还是要告诉你,把海格带走根本无济于事。”邓布利多说。


他的蓝眼睛里闪烁着哈利从未见过的怒火。



 



“Andwhat exactly did you want with me, Lucius?” said Dumbledore. He spoke politely, but the fire was still blazing in his blue eyes.




“你找我到底有何贵干,卢修斯?”邓布利多说。他话说得很礼貌,但那团怒火仍然在他的蓝眼睛里燃烧着。






“Yeh can’ take Dumbledore!” yelled Hagrid, making Fang the boarhound cower and whimper in his basket. “Take him away, an’ the Muggle-borns won’ stand achance! There’ll be killin’ next!” 


“Calm yourself, Hagrid,” said Dumbledore sharply. He lookedat Lucius Malfoy. 


“If the governors want my removal, Lucius, I shall of coursestep aside —” 


“But —” stuttered Fudge. “No!” growled Hagrid. 


Dumbledore had not taken his bright blue eyes off Lucius Malfoy’s cold gray ones.


"However,” said Dumbledore,speaking very slowly and clearly so that none of them could miss a word, “youwill find that I will only truly have left this school when none here are loyalto me. You will also find that help will always be given at Hogwarts to thosewho ask for it.” 


For a second, Harry was almost sure Dumbledore’s eyes flickered toward the corner where he and Ronstood hidden.




“你不能带走邓布利多!”海格喊道,吓得大猎狗牙牙在篮子里瑟瑟发抖,呜呜地哀叫。“如果把他带走,麻瓜们就没有一点活路了!很快就会有杀人事件的!”


 “你冷静一点儿,海格。”邓布利多严厉地说。他看着卢修斯·马尔福。“如果董事会希望我走,卢修斯,我当然会把位子让出来的。”


 “可是——”福吉结结巴巴地说。“不行!”海格低吼道。


邓布利多炯炯有神的蓝眼睛始终盯着卢修斯冷冰冰的灰眼睛。


“不过,”邓布利多十分缓慢而清晰地说,使在场的每个人都能听清他说的每一个字,“只有当这里的人都背叛我的时候,我才算真正离开了这所学校。你们还会发现,在霍格沃茨,那些请求帮助的人总是能得到帮助的。”


在那一刹那,哈利几乎可以肯定邓布利多的眼睛朝他和罗恩藏身的角落瞥了一眼。





(chapter 17



“Only the Transfiguration teacher, Dumbledore, seemed tothink Hagrid was innocent. He persuaded Dippet to keep Hagrid and train him asgamekeeper. Yes, I think Dumbledore might have guessed. . . . Dumbledore never seemed to like me as much as the other teachers did. . . .”


 “I bet Dumbledore sawright through you,” said Harry, his teeth gritted. 


“Well, he certainly kept an annoyingly close watch on me after Hagrid was expelled,” said Riddle carelessly.




 “似乎只有变形课老师邓布利多一个人认为海格是无辜的。他劝说迪佩特留下海格,把他培养成狩猎场看守。是的,我认为邓布利多大概有所察觉了。邓布利多似乎一直不像其他老师那样喜欢我……” 


“我敢说邓布利多早把你看透了。”哈利咬牙切齿地说。 


“是啊,自从海格被开除后,他就一直密切地监视着我,非常讨厌。”






“You're not,” he said, his quiet voice full of hatred. 


“Not what?” snapped Riddle. 


“Not the greatest sorcerer in the world,” said Harry,breathing fast. “Sorry to disappoint you and all that, but the greatest wizardin the world is Albus Dumbledore. Everyone says so. Even when you were strong,you didn’t dare try and take over at Hogwarts. Dumbledore saw through you when you were at school and he still frightens you now, wherever you’re hiding thesedays —“


The smile had gone from Riddle’s face, to be replaced by avery ugly look. 


Dumbledore’s been driven out of this castle by the mere memory of me!” he hissed. 


“He’s not as gone as you might think!” Harry retorted. Hewas speaking at random, wanting to scare Riddle, wishing rather than believingit to be true —




“你不是。”他说,他平静的声音里充满仇恨。“不是什么?”里德尔厉声地问。


 “不是世界上最伟大的魔法师,”哈利呼吸急促地说,“很抱歉让你失望了,不过,世界上最伟大的巫师是阿不思·邓布利多。每个人都这么说。即使在你力量强大的时候,你也不敢试图控制霍格沃茨。邓布利多在你上学的时候就看透了你,他现在仍然令你闻风丧胆,不管你这些日子躲在哪里。”


里德尔脸上的笑容消失了,换上了一副非常丑陋的表情。“我只不过利用了我的记忆,就把邓布利多赶出了这座城堡!”他咬牙切齿地说。“你想得倒美,他并没有走!”哈利反驳道。他是随口说的,只想把里德尔吓住,他希望自己所说的话是真的,但不敢相信。






“This is what Dumbledore sends his defender! A songbird andan old hat! Do you feel brave, Harry Potter? Do you feel safe now?”


“那就是邓布利多送给他的保护人的东西!一只会唱歌的鸟和一顶破帽子!哈利·波特,你觉得有胆量了吗?你觉得安全了吗?”




Now, Harry, I’m going to teach you a little lesson. Let’smatch the powers of Lord Voldemort, Heir of Salazar Slytherin, against famous Harry Potter, and the best weapons Dumbledore can givehim. . . .” 


He cast an amused eye over Fawkes and the Sorting Hat, thenwalked away.


 行了,哈利,我准备给你一点点儿教训。让我们比试比试力量吧,一边是伏地魔,萨拉查·斯莱特林的继承人,另一边是哈利·波特,带着邓布利多能够给他的最好武器。”


他朝福克斯和分院帽扫了一眼,似乎觉得非常滑稽,然后便走开了。



总觉得里德尔对想要超越邓布利多这件事十分执着。




(CHAPTER 18)



Harry, however, was looking past them. Professor Dumbledorewas standing by the mantelpiece, beaming, next to Professor McGonagall, who was taking great, steadying gasps, clutching her chest. Fawkes went whooshing pastHarry’s ear and settled on Dumbledore's shoulder, just as Harry found himself and Ron being swept into Mrs. Weasley's tight embrace.




邓布利多教授面带微笑,站在壁炉架前面,在他旁边的是麦格教授,她用手揪住胸口,大口大口地抽着冷气。福克斯呼地贴着哈利的耳边飞过,落在邓布利多的肩头。






He had so far avoided mentioning Riddle’s diary — or Ginny.She was standing with her head against Mrs. Weasley’s shoulder, and tears werestill coursing silently down her cheeks. What if they expelled her? Harry thoughtin panic. Riddle’s diary didn’t work anymore. . . . How couldthey prove it had been he who’d made her do it all?


Instinctively, Harry looked at Dumbledore, who smiled faintly, the firelight glancing off his half-moon spectacles.  


“What interests me most,” said Dumbledore gently, “is howLord Voldemort managed to enchant Ginny, when my sources tell me he iscurrently in hiding in the forests of Albania.” 


Relief — warm, sweeping, glorious relief — swept over Harry.




 前面一直避免提到里德尔的日记——提到金妮。此刻,金妮正站在那里,把头靠在韦斯莱夫人的肩膀上,眼泪仍然默默地顺着她的面颊滚落下来。如果他们把她开除了怎么办呢?哈利紧张地思索着。里德尔的日记已经失灵了……他们怎么能够证明,那些事情都是里德尔强迫她做的呢?哈利本能地把目光投向了邓布利多,只见校长淡淡地微笑着,火光在他半月形的眼镜片上飞快地一闪


“我最感兴趣的是,”邓布利多温和地说,“伏地魔是用什么办法迷惑金妮的,因为据我的消息来源显示,他目前正躲在阿尔巴尼亚的森林里呢。”


 哈利松了口气——大大地、如释重负地松了口气,浑身感到一阵轻松,心里热乎乎的。






“It was this diary,” said Harry quickly, picking it up andshowing it to Dumbledore. “Riddle wrote it when he wassixteen. . . .


Dumbledore took the diary from Harry and peered keenly downhis long, crooked nose at its burnt and soggy pages. 


“Brilliant,” he said softly. "Of course, he was probably the most brilliant student Hogwarts has ever seen.” He turned around to the Weasleys, who were looking utterly bewildered.


“Very few people know that Lord Voldemort was once calledTom Riddle. I taught him myself, fifty years ago, at Hogwarts. He disappearedafter leaving the school . . . traveled far andwide . . . sank so deeply into the Dark Arts, consorted with thevery worst of our kind, underwent so many dangerous, magical transformations,that when he resurfaced as Lord Voldemort, he was barely recognizable. Hardlyanyone connected Lord Voldemort with the clever, handsome boy who was once HeadBoy here.”




“都是这个日记本在作祟,”哈利赶紧说道,一边抓起那本日记,拿给邓布利多看,“是里德尔十六岁的时候写的。”


邓布利多从哈利手里接过日记本,目光从他长长的鹰钩鼻上射下来,专注地凝视着那些湿乎乎的、被烧焦的纸页。


 “真了不起,”他轻声地说,“不用说,他大概可以说是霍格沃茨有史以来最出色的学生。”他转过身子,面对着韦斯莱夫妇,他们俩都显得十分困惑。


 “很少有人知道伏地魔以前曾叫汤姆·里德尔。五十年前,在霍格沃茨,我亲自教过他。他离开学校后就失踪了……周游四方,足迹遍及天涯海角……在黑魔法的泥潭中越陷越深,和巫师界最邪恶的家伙混迹在一起,经过许多次危险的魔法变形,最后作为伏地魔重新出现,人们很难认出他来。几乎没有一个人把伏地魔同曾在这里念书的那个聪明、英俊的男生学生会主席联系起来。”



哈利告诉邓校里德尔使用日记控制金妮的时候,邓校的第一反应是“Brilliant.”


这个反应非常有意思,搭配上Jim Dale的配音,我完全感受到了只针对日记这个魔法本身,他发自内心的赞叹,是真的认为这个魔法特别天才特别精妙。这样性格的他,当年怎么可能不被更加耀眼更加出色的盖勒特吸引呢?





“I d-didn’t know,” sobbed Ginny. “I found it inside one ofthe books Mum got me. I th-thought someone had just left it in there andforgotten about it —” 


“Miss Weasley should go up to the hospital wing right away,”Dumbledore interrupted in a firm voice. “This has been a terrible ordeal forher. There will be no punishment. Older and wiser wizards than she have beenhoodwinked by Lord Voldemort.” He strode over to the door and opened it. “Bed rest and perhaps a large, steaming mug of hot chocolate. I always find thatcheers me up,” he added, twinkling kindly down at her. “You will find that Madam Pomfrey is still awake. She's just giving out Mandrake juice —  I dare say the basilisk's victims will bewaking up any moment.”




“韦斯莱小姐应该立刻到校医院去,”邓布利多不由分说地插嘴道,“这对她来说是一场痛苦的折磨。学校不会对她有什么惩罚的。许多比她年长、比她足智多谋的巫师都被伏地魔蒙蔽了。”他大步走到门边,把门打开。“卧床休息,或许,还应该再喝上一大杯热气腾腾的巧克力奶,我一向觉得那对改善我的心情很有好处。”他说,一边低头慈祥地冲金妮眨眨眼睛。“你会发现庞弗雷夫人还没有睡觉。她刚才在分发曼德拉草药水——我敢说,蛇怪的受害者随时都可能醒过来。”



看来校长真的很喜欢热可可。





“I seem to remember telling you both that I would have to expel you if you broke any more school rules,” saidDumbledore. 


Ron opened his mouth in horror. 


“Which goes to show that thebest of us must sometimes eat our words,” Dumbledore went on, smiling. “Youwill both receive Special Awards for Services to the School and —  let me see — yes, I think two hundred points apiece for Gryffindor。”




 “我记得我似乎对你们俩说过,如果你们再违反校规,我就不得不把你们开除了。”邓布利多说。


罗恩惊恐地张大嘴巴。


“这就说明,即使是我们中间最优秀的人,有时候也只能说话不算话了。”邓布利多笑眯眯地继续说道,“你们俩都获得了对学校的特殊贡献奖,还有——让我想想——对了,你们每人为格兰芬多赢得了二百分。”



每年都这样,我要是个蛇院我也想天天怼狮院好吗。





Dear me,” said Dumbledore, shaking his head, his longsilver mustache quivering. “Impaled upon your own sword, Gilderoy!“




“我的天,”邓布利多说,摇了摇头,长长的、银白色的胡须微微颤动着,“吉德罗,你被自己的剑捅了一下?”



这里原文是感叹句,比翻译的问句更好玩。那种难以置信的,“我的天哪这个世界上居然还有这么愚蠢的人!”的感觉。





“First of all, Harry, I want to thank you,” said Dumbledore,eyes twinkling again. “You must have shown me real loyalty down in the Chamber. Nothing but that could have called Fawkes to you.”


He stroked the phoenix,which had fluttered down onto his knee. Harry grinned awkwardly as Dumbledorewatched him.




“首先,哈利,我要谢谢你,”邓布利多说,眼睛里又闪烁着光芒,“你在下面的密室里一定对我表现出了绝对的忠诚。只有这种忠诚,才能把福克斯召唤到你的身边。


那只凤凰已经扑棱棱地飞到了邓布利多的膝头,他轻轻地抚摸着它。哈利在邓布利多的注视下,不自然地笑了笑。






“It only put me in Gryffindor,” said Harry in a defeated voice, “because I askednot to go in Slytherin. . . .” 


“Exactly,” said Dumbledore, beaming once more. “Which makesyou very different from Tom Riddle. It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.”Harry sat motionless in his chair, stunned.




 “它之所以把我放在格兰芬多,”哈利用一种心灰意冷的口气说,“是因为我提出不去斯莱特林……”


“正是这样,”邓布利多说,脸上又露出了笑容。“这就使你和汤姆·里德尔大不一样了。哈利,表现我们真正的自我,是我们自己的选择,这比我们所具有的能力更重要。”哈利一动不动地坐在椅子里,完全呆住了。



本期最大重点。重温的时候听到这句话,我和哈利的反应是一样的,motionless in my chair, stunned。不看到最后一本不了解邓校的过去,是根本意识不到这句话对他来说意味着什么的。


这句话简直是他一辈子用来警醒自己的达摩克利斯之剑啊。


曾经和亲友讨论过,他有过年少轻狂,他非凡的才能让他有过激进而危险的想法,他内心也有不那么光明的一面。他有能力,却差点因为自己的能力伤害了身边的人和世界,(你不能说这完全是格林德沃的锅)。于是后来的一辈子他都用自己的理智和大爱把它们控制住了。引用亲友的原话“最伟大的是,他并不是因为得到了很多爱,才去用爱去控制自己,恰恰是因为他失去很多的爱,才能用他没有得到的爱控制自己,没有去走上那条他差一点就走上,并且他的能力呼唤着他去走的路。”


他,太了不起了。





“Only a true Gryffindor could have pulled that out of the hat, Harry,” said Dumbledore simply.


For a minute, neither of them spoke. Then Dumbledore pulled open one of the drawers in Professor McGonagall’s desk and took out a quill and a bottle of ink.


"What you need,Harry, is some food and sleep. I suggest you go down to the feast, while I write to Azkaban —  we need our gamekeeper back. And I must draft an advertisement for the Daily Prophet, too,”he added thoughtfully. “We’ll be needing a new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. . . . Dear me, we do seem to run through them, don't we?”




“只有真正的格兰芬多,才能把它从帽子里抽出来,哈利。”邓布利多简单地说。一时间,两人谁也没有说话。然后,邓布利多拉开麦格教授书桌的一只抽屉,拿出一支羽毛笔和一瓶墨水。


 “哈利,你现在需要的是吃点东西,好好睡一觉。我建议你下去参加宴会,我呢,在这里给阿兹卡班写一封信——应该让我们的狩猎场看守回来了。我还要起草一份招聘广告,登在《预言家日报》上,”他若有所思地说,“我们又需要一位新的老师来教黑魔法防御术课了。天哪,这门课的老师消耗得真快,是不是?”






Harry didn't know whether the best bit was Hermione running toward him, screaming “You solved it! You solved it!” or Justin hurrying overfrom the Hufflepuff table to wring his hand and apologize endlessly forsuspecting him, or Hagrid turning up at half past three, cuffing Harry and Ronso hard on the shoulders that they were knocked into their plates of trifle, or his and Ron’s four hundred points for Gryffindor securing the House Cup for thesecond year running, or Professor McGonagall standing up to tell them all that the exams had been canceled as aschool treat (“Oh, no!” said Hermione), or Dumbledore announcing that, unfortunately, Professor Lockhart would be unable to return next year, owing to the fact thathe needed to go away and get his memory back. Quite a few of the teachers joined in the cheering that greeted this news.




 令人难忘的情景太多了:赫敏向他跑来,尖叫着“你解出来了!你解出来了!”;贾斯廷匆匆地从赫奇帕奇的餐桌上赶过来,攥着他的手,没完没了地道歉,说当初不该怀疑他;海格在凌晨三点半的时候出现了,用力拍打着哈利和罗恩的肩膀,使他们吃不住劲,跌倒在装甜食的盘子上;他和罗恩获得的那四百分,使格兰芬多在学院杯中卫冕成功;麦格教授站起来告诉他们,学校为了款待大家,决定取消考试(“哦,糟糕!”赫敏说);邓布利多宣布道,很不幸,洛哈特教授下学期不能回来了,因为他需要到别处去找回他的记忆,大家听到这个消息,爆发出一片欢呼,有几位老师也在叫好。在这么多激动人心的事情中,哈利真不知道哪一件最精彩、最美妙。



摘录这一整段完全是因为,这段话太美了,一整段其实是一句话。还有,取消全校考试这种事情,只有邓校干的出来吧????




-----------------------《哈利波特与密室》完-------------------


第一部反复描写了邓布利多闪光的淡蓝眼睛,第二部多次描写了“具有穿透力的目光”,又描写了“燃烧着怒火的目光”。啊,校长一定拥有世界上最美丽的眼睛。

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