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任性:鲍勃迪伦缺席诺贝尔奖颁奖礼(双语)

分类:英语资讯 作者:风雨 评论:0 点击: 289 次 日期:2016-11-22

  原标题:“太任性!”鲍勃·迪伦:诺奖虽荣光,但我没空去领

  对于大多数人而言,获得诺奖无疑是至高无上的光荣。可是近日,2016年诺贝尔文学奖得主鲍勃·迪伦却宣布,由于其他安排,他将不会出席12月份的诺奖颁奖典礼,瑞典文学院也对此表达了理解。

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  Music icon Bob Dylan will not attend the Nobel ceremony in December because he has "other commitments," the Swedish Academy said on Wednesday.

  瑞典文学院于本周三表示,音乐偶像鲍勃·迪伦将不会出席12月份的诺奖颁奖典礼,因为他有“其他的安排”。

  "The Swedish Academy received a personal letter from Bob Dylan yesterday where he explained that he could not make himself available in December...," it said in a statement.

  “瑞典文学院已于昨日收到了鲍勃·迪伦的亲笔信,他表示无法于12月份亲自去领这个奖……”瑞典文学院在一份声明中表示。

  "He wishes that he could accept the award personally, but other commitments make it unfortunately impossible. He underlined that he feels incredibly honored by the Nobel prize," it added.

  瑞典文学院补充道“他希望他能够亲自去领这个奖,但不幸的是,由于其他的安排,这个想法无法实现。他强调获得诺贝尔奖,他感到非常荣幸。”

  The Swedish Academy said it respected Dylan's decision, but that it was "unusual" for a Nobel laureate not to come to Stockholm to accept the award in person.

  瑞典文学院表示尊重迪伦的决定,但是诺贝尔奖获得者不来斯德哥尔摩亲自领奖,这一做法“不同寻常”。

  Nobel laureates are honored every year on December 10 - the death anniversary of the prize's founder Alfred Nobel, a Swedish industrialist, inventor and philanthropist.

  每年,诺贝尔奖获得者都会于12月10日(诺奖创始人瑞典实业家、发明家和慈善家阿尔弗雷德·诺贝尔的逝世纪念日)领奖。

  Several other literature prize winners have skipped the Nobel ceremony in the past for various reasons - British writer Doris Lessing on grounds of ill health, British playwright Harold Pinter because he was hospitalized and Austrian playwright and novelist Elfriede Jelinek due to social phobia.

  以前也曾有几名诺奖获得者由于各种理由未能出席诺奖颁奖典礼——英国作家多丽丝·莱辛由于身体不适、英国剧作家哈罗德·品特由于住院以及奥地利剧作家、小说家艾尔弗里德·耶利内克由于社交恐惧症。

  "We look forward to Bob Dylan's Nobel lecture, which he must carry out - it is the only requirement - within six months starting from December 10, 2016," the academy said.

  瑞典文学院表示:“我们期望迪伦的诺贝尔演讲,根据该奖项对获奖者的要求,从今年12月10日起的6个月内,迪伦必须举办一场公开演讲。”

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