关于最有影响的书

the future, and all are couched in a simple yet beautiful language. I have been a reader of the Bible for a number of years since a good friend of mine introduced it to me by chance. I like it and take it with me everywhere I go. Maybe just one or two pages I can read each bay, yet even form so little can I learn so much. It gives me moral strength and teaches me how to order my daily life. In a word, this book plays an important role in my life. The Bible is not simply great literature to be admired and revered; it is food for thought for everyone.

 

 

(在我一生中最有影响的书) The Most Influential Book In My Life

 

{2}The most influential book in my life is, so far, "The Life of Fire and Iron" by a Japanese author. Among other things, it introduces the mind of Voto von Bismarck, a prominent European in the 19th century who laid the foundation of modern German. Small wonder that I as a teenager was carried away when I first read the biography, not so much by the intriguing process in which the nation was founded as by the personality of Bismarck as described in the book. Though this formidable figure was long since dead, he remains a statesman par excellence. It was a pity that such a man of strength and character like Bismarck who, swimming against the stream of constitutionalism, could not give full vent to his talent simply because the German emperor Wilhelm II was jealous of his fame. Nevertheless, what whit his loyalty to the country and what with his indefatigable personality, he did win himself the reputation as a patriotic fighter reminiscent of Winston Churchill in contemporary time. Again and again I attempted to grasp every trait of the fighter's Brought to life by the biographer, wishing that someday I could be like him. Thus when I was still a starry-eyed lad I took to heart whatever Bismarck thought, did and valued saw him as the pole-star of many years I used to meditate on what the book said whenever I was faced with troubles and could not make decisions off hand. To speak the truth, what the book inspired, whether it was in connection with Bismarck himself or not, did help me in solving problems without fall. In short, I can never praise the book too much for it has influenced me so greatly in the past and will, I am afraid, continue to do so in days to come.

 

 

(在我一生中最有影响的书) The Most Influential Book In My Life

 

{3}As a senior high school student I am all the time weighed down with an seemingly endless series of exams and can hardly take a rest, let alone read extracurricular books, seeing that I am really pressed for time in preparing for the upcoming "Big Exam." Therefore, I can't say I had any deep impression of a certain book until a few days ago. It was during the Spring Recess that I went alone to school to get some study done. There, I met by chance an alumna studying in college. Being always nervous and worried about the coming College Entrance Exam, I was rather eager to get some information on how to use the limited time wisely and stop worrying. So I asked for advice based on experience. After realizing my trouble, she fetched me a book by the name of "studying and Exams" by way of an answer. Before I ever read the book I was quite poor at arranging my study scheme and could not make the of the time available. So the time I spent and the result I got were not always proportional. Under such circumstances I never did a good job the academic side in the pursuit of knowledge during the past years. It was really regretful that after so many years of studying I didn't even know a bit about the right way to study. And all this had kept bothering me. But my misgivings were all dispelled the time I finished reading this book. Under the proper guidance of the book I now find myself studying with ease and more efficiently. All I can say is that the power of the book is truly amazing. In other words, "studying and exams" is indeed the most influential book in my life.

 

 

(在我一生中最有影响的书) The Most Influential Book In My Life

 

{4}I have always been a voracious reader, but the pity is that I used to be indiscriminate in my reading habit. I would read and book which I could lay my hand on or any book the binding or the blurb of which caught my fancy at the moment. But when I grew up I found that books have to be useful or they would be much more harmful that a bad habit, and also that life is too short for us to waste it reading inferior or useless books. To read choice books can save time and we would thus be able to read more of them. The question of choosing good and suitable books, however, was once my greatest coming and it came in the form of a book, the Chinese translation of a book by the famous English writer W.S Maugham in which he introduces his readers to the best of world literature. I got the book by chance. I took part in a simulated entrance examination and won the ninth prize, the book I have just mentioned. I was delighted that Maugham, shows not only the content of each of the major works in his mind but also the way to read it. Thanks to this book I have come to know what is really meant by the literary spirit and what are the ingredients of great books. I would call it the most influential book in my life and would like to recommend it to all those lovers of literature.

 

 

(在我一生中最有影响的书) The Most Influential Book In My Life

 

{5}No book has ever influenced me so much as The old Man and the Sea It is a novelette by Ernest Hemingway about a fisherman named Santiago who finally proved himself a hero by his courage perseverance and confidence After eighty-four days of unsuccessful fishing the weather-beaten yet well-experienced old man decided to go into the Gulf Stream to catch a big fish Thus on the eighty-fifth day he went aloe in his skiff and hooked a big marlin After struggling with it for two days and two nights he at last killed the big fish Exhausted but happy he returned with the fish Exhausted but happy he returned with the fish lashed to the skiff but on his homeward journey both he and the fish were attacked by sharks and upon his arrival at the harbor in Havanaz there was nothing but the big skeleton of the fish to prove his heroism at sea At the close of the story I was deeply struck by the iron will of the protagonist. "A man is not made for defeat," said the old man. "A man can be destroyed but not defeated."  Such words are a fillip to me when I look back on my failure in the entrance examination last year. I was then so upset that I even questioned the meaning of existence. Yet the Hemigway book brings home to me the truth of the saying "Failure is the mother of success," which I have never taken seriously before. I also know that the will to struggle is what counts, not the result thereof. With the understanding that no man is perfect, I regain the confidence in my ability to study harder. I believe I can make it this year.

 

 

(在我一生中最有影响的书) The Most Influential Book In My Life

 

{6}     The story of my life by Helen Keller is the most influential book in my life. It abounds with courage, struggle and faith throughout. Helen Keller was once in deep despair in her childhood, but finally she decided to overcome her physical defects and live happily. Furthermore, she showed great patience in her long and hard learning period. I have learned, above all, three lessons from her story. First, she taught me that often the road to success is to face hardships unflinchingly. Maybe you are born under an ill star yet you can stand a better chance than others. It is therefore important that you screw up your courage when courage is needed. Second, the impairment of part of her senses did not prevent her from learning: on the contrary, she had made continual efforts to go deeper into the realm of knowledge her fortitude had thus helped her overcome many handicaps. Third, she advised that we should make the most of our sense-organs as if we would lose them soon because this way we would observe the world more carefully than ever before. The book is inspiring in that it is one brimming over with the unbending will of a gallant woman beset with seemingly insurmountable difficulties. I hope I can be as courageous as she.
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