• Bill did all the things those animals did, like chase lizards and howl at the moon.

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  • Haze opened the door and released the thumb and then slammed the door again."A howl arose that would rend almost any heart."

    海斯把门打开,让他把拇指抽回去,之后又,砰地把门关上了,撕心裂肺的嚎叫声“

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  • So, this is footnote to Howl: Holy! holy! Holy! Holy! Holy! Holy! Holy!

    嚎叫》的脚注是这样的:,神圣,神圣,神圣,神圣,神圣,神圣,神圣!

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  • So, what they do is, the first time they might scratch at the bars, push at the ceiling, dig at the floor, howl, etc.

    起初小猫可能会抓栏杆,推顶棚,挖底板,吼叫等等。

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  • When Ginsberg first read Howl, he was on stage, and there was a little bathroom.

    当金斯堡自己第一次在台上读《嚎叫》的时候,那有一个卫生间。

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  • A howl arose that would have rended almost any heart.

    接下来,便是他撕心裂肺的嚎叫声。

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  • And so, when the show started he was in the bathroom, on the pot with the door open, and then he got up, and he hiked up his pants, and he waltzed out and he gave his reading of Howl.

    就是说,当演出开始时他在卫生间里,在马桶上,开着门,然后他起来,接着他提起裤子,轻快地走出来,朗读了《嚎叫》

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  • Now I would like to read to you from the footnote to Howl, Allen Ginsberg's famous poem, that for many people embodied at the time what it meant to be engaged in this new literary project.

    现在我再给你们读一段《嚎叫》的脚注,这是艾伦金斯堡的著名诗歌,对于很多当时的人来说,参与这项新文学事业意义深远。

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