鲁滨逊漂流记读后感

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《鲁滨逊漂流记》读后感

安庆14中学803班 王子影

人类是从不断的冒险、不断的发掘中进化的,我同样喜欢探索未知的世界,哪怕是一本新书,《鲁滨逊漂流》对我来说,不仅仅是一本书,还是一本冒险类的书。

我不知道作者笛福笔中的主人公“鲁滨逊.克鲁索”这个人物是真实的还是虚构的,当我在读进这本书的时候,就被对鲁滨逊的冒险主义精神和非凡的勇气与智慧所折服,让我一口气把他的整个故事看完了。

父母对自己的孩子的爱是永远是最神圣的,而且又是无奈的,管得太严格怕他没有突破,放任自流又怕他有危险。鲁滨逊就是在他父母的一再反对声中偷偷踏上了冒险之旅。他明知父母对他的爱是温暖的,却因为他有一颗执着的心,从小就有了自己的理想和目标。不管这个理想是什么,但它必须要在我们每一个人的一生中存在。只不过有的人可能没有发现,但有的人却一出生就坚定了自己的理想,我觉得这是让我感触最深的一点,我们应该也从小就找到自己的理想和目标,没有理想的人生是空洞的。

理想和目标不一定是每一个人都能实现的,但不能因此而不去尝试。在尝试着去实现理想的过程中,肯定会遇到各种坎坷和艰辛,也不能因此而中途放弃;这就是鲁滨逊让我感动的另一面。当他被风浪袭击困于孤岛上的时候,他以不屈不挠的坚强意志,依靠自己的智慧和辛勤劳动,利用身边一切可利用的资源,让自己生存了下来。这里不仅依靠智慧和勤劳,还要有一种积极心态而抵御各种困难。

有时候被吹去浮尘的小石头是一块宝石。不要把理想当成一种任务去实现,理想是一个未知数,在你想象中的理想不一定是最完美的,当你在实现它的过程中,应该有着广阔的视野、敏锐的洞察力,去发掘你理想中更多的光芒。鲁滨逊在孤岛中建立了自己的“城堡”,不仅为了自己的起居生活更舒适,更可以防止入侵。当他又向周边探索发掘,却能意外的战胜了野人,还挽救了一个人的生命,这都是他实现理想中的意外收获。

面对困难,你可能会选择逃避或者是迎头而上,逃避是永无止境的,因为人生中的困难是无处不在的,我们应以一种积极的心态,劈荆斩麻,这样你才能到达成功的彼岸。


第二篇:鲁滨逊漂流记英文读后感 6100字

Robinson Crusoe

Brief Introduction

The novel, Robinson Crusoe written by an English writer Daniel Defoe was published by Oxford University Press for sale in the People’s Republic of China in 1993. But the book I read is printed by Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press in 1997. The book has 283 pages.

Main Contents

The novel happened around Robinson Crusoe. At first, He had a happy family and entered a good school. His parents hoped that he could get a good job. However, he didn’t want that. He wanted to adventure and have an exciting life. When he told his parents that he wanted to be a sailor and would go to sea, his parents were angry. But he never forgot his ambition.

In 1651 he with his friend went to Hull by sea. They adventured a strong wind and a heavy rain. At first he was afraid. Then he didn’t want his friends and his family to laugh at him, so he began to go on with his second time. They met the famous thieves of the sea at that time. The thieves wanted to sell them as slaves but in the end the Turkin capitan decided to keep Robinson for himself as a salve. Then he and a boy named Xury escaped from the Turkin’s control. He met with a Portuguese captain, who would go to Brazil. Robinson came to Brazil with the Portuguese captain. There he began to have a new life. But soon he was bored again. His friends were going to Africa to do business. He went with them again. They met a terrible storm. His friends were all dead. Only Robinson survived and was thrown onto a lonely island.

On the lonely island he began to live a new life alone. Totally he set three houses to survive. He never forgot that he must return to his home, so he created several ships to help himself to leave the island.However, he didn’t succeed in leaving the island. Someday he found there were fights between wild men on the other islands. Then they came to his island with their prisoners, to kill them, cook them, and eat them. Robinson was very angry. He wanted a friend to talk to, so he determined to try to catch one of the prisoners of the wild men. There was a man who was very lucky.

Robinson called him Friday. Robinson taught him to speak and work. Friday was very clever and he learned to speak and work.

At last, Robinson and Friday wanted to leave the island. One day a captain and his officers were controlled by the mutineers. The ship was from England. They drew an agreement. Robinson and Friday helped them to own the ship again and the captain helped Robinson and Friday return to England. They were successful. Robinson ended up his island life which lasted twenty-seven years, two months and nineteen days. Robinson was married and had a peaceful life. From the beginning to end he liked adventuring, so he began to adventure again. Maybe he would write another book about his adventures.

Excellent episodes

1.At first I was very thankful to be alive. Slowly, I got to my feet and went higher up the shore. From there, I looked out to sea. I could see our ship, but it was wrecked and there was nobody in the water. All my friends were dead. I was alive, but in a strange wild to sleep on the shore. Perhaps there were wild animals there. So I went up into a tree and I stayed there all night.

2.My life was still busy from morning to night. There were always things to do or to make. I learned to make new clothes for myself from the skins of dead animals. They looked very strange, it is true, but they kept me dry in the rain.

3.The prisoner ran like a wild goat, and soon I saw that he was coming near the bottom of my hill. As fast as I could, Iran down the hill and jumped out of the trees between the prisoner and the two wild men.

4.He was a fine young man, about twenty-five years old, tall and well-built, with a kind face and a nice smile. He had a brown skin, black hair, bright eyes and strong white teeth. I decided to give him the name of “Man Friday”, because I first saw him on a Friday.

5.Friday was a quick learned and his English got better day by day. He helped me with the goats and with the work in the cornfields, and soon we were good friends.I enjoyed teaching him and, most of all, having a friend to talk to. This was the happiest of all my years on the island.

Reflection

When I was in primary school, my teachers asked me to read the book, Robinson Crusoe. They told me that the novel can make you understand how to be independent from your parents. I read it when I was a little girl. Yes, I had a deep feeling. I understood many things. If we always rely on our friends and parents, when we have to survive independently we will not be able to adapt to all. To the contrary we usually depend on ourselves, then when we encounter some unexpected things, we can adapt and have positive attitudes to resolve it.

However, this time after I read the novel I have deeper reflections. In our lives we should do adventures. When hardships are on the corner, we should face them bravely and never be fear. We shouldn’t have been satisfied with the situation which we are in at present. We should have ambitions. I believe if we are on a high stand, and we struggle for it, we can arrive a higher stand.

Now we live in the modern society, so it is not necessary to drift to a desert island. But promise me to image it. If I stayed on a lonely island, I absolutely couldn’t conquer dangers. Maybe I would lose confidence for life. I respect Robinson very much. He is a real hero in my heart. There is no perfect life in the world and our life will not be plain sailing and sometimes we maybe also encounter some dangerous things. But we can change our fate. Only if we know how to take the right measures, we will escape from the dangers. Only if we have confidences and work hard, we absolutely will be victorious. In fact, the most important thing is “Never give up”. Now I am young. There is a long time that I must experience. When I am in the college, I can make the most of the time. And no matter what difficulties, I will face with them and never give up. I believe I can conquer any difficulty. 本文版权归曼界森英书下载网及英文小说网共同所有

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