国演义》《西游记》 * 《世说新语》沈海波 * 《呐喊》鲁迅 * 《海底两万里》《地心游记》《八十
* 《鲁滨逊漂流记》左如科、 迪福 * 《老人与海》海明威 * 《格列佛游记》乔纳森·斯威夫特* 《钢铁是怎样炼成的》 * 《牛虻》
* 《资治通鉴》 * 《史记》
* 《明朝那些事儿》 * 《大秦帝国》
* 《如果这是宋史》 * 《消失的大陆》
* 《夏洛的网》怀特 * 《狼王梦》《最后一头战象》沈石
* 《希腊神话》 * 《格林童话》
* 《安徒生故事集》 * 郑渊洁童话
* 《小王子》圣埃克絮佩里 * 《汤姆索亚历险记》 * 《窗边的小豆豆》 * 《一千零一夜》
国学类： * 《论语》
* 《三十六计》 * 《山海经》 * 《古文观止》 * 《菜根谭》 * 《弟子规》 * 《朱子家训》 游记类：
* 《中华游记百年精华》林非 * 《徐霞客游记》
* 《你在为谁读书》尚阳、 余闲 * 《少有人走的路》M?斯科特?派克 * 《一位父亲写给儿子的116封信》
* 《逃学记》《撒哈拉的故事》三毛 * 《目送》龙应台 * 《背影》朱自清
* 《一路走来一路读》林达 * 《小窗幽记》陈继儒 * 冰心散文
* 《唐诗鉴赏辞典》 萧涤非 * 《唐诗三百首》
* 《诗经》中华书局出版社 * 汪国真经典诗文
Nobody could have failed to notice the fact that reading classics plays an important and beneficial role in the personal development and growth of people. Personally, ever since my childhood, nothing has been more attractive than reading the classic masterpieces. Taking a look around, we can find classics from which people hugely benefit too numerous to list: The
Dream in the Red Chamber, The Legend of Three Kingdoms, Bible and the like. However, it is widely acknowledged that an increasing number of people are losing interest in classics. A number of factors could account for the change, but the following are the most critical ones. On one hand, practical reading has occupied the market and students’ spare time in such a material possession oriented society. One the other hand, the boom of internet industry gives rise to the change in students’ reading habit which consequently, in comparison, makes reading classics time-consuming and less entertaining. In view of the seriousness of this problem, effective measures must be taken before things get worse. First, it is essential that college rules and regulations be worked out and enforced to encourage college students to read classical works and start classics-reading campaigns in campus. Secondly, college students should enhance their awareness of the importance of absorbing the essence of the classics in which our ancestors left their wisdoms and experiences. With proper rules and an alert public, it will only be a matter of time to see this problem become a thing of the past in the near future.
Will E-books Replace Traditional Books?
Will e-books replace traditional books?
A new era has come. With the mass production of electronic devices and application of new technologies, mankind has entered an “e” age. Nowadays, we have e-mails, e-tickets, e-tests, and e-books, and consequently, paper-based materials gradually vanish. Nowadays, e-books become extremely popular among youngsters, while traditional ones seem suffer a great loss of their readers.
For some people, electronic and internet based books are convenient and accessible. Environmentalists even advocate the benefit of e-books on the ground of forest protection. E-books lovers even assert that traditional books will disappear in the near future. I have been a book worm for a long time. For me, reading experience is unique and rewarding. Nothing can be more thought-provoking than thumbing through a book bought years ago under a table lamp in a dark night. As to note-taking, scanning and skimming, and portability, traditional books have advantages. Just as the invention of camera didn’t put an end to the history of painting, traditional books are, and will still be, an intimate friend of readers.
With the development of the information technology, electric books (e-books) have attracted the attention from all our society. Wherever we go, we can see them, such as in the libraries, in the classroom as well as on the Internet. Just some experts predicted in a rectent TV interview, e-books would possibly dominate the reading the next few decades. Some people claim that the e-books will substitude the traditional ones. For one thing, the e-books can not only bring them great amount of convenience, but also free them from going to the bookstores to selecting traditional books. For another, e-books save them lots of space as well as money. They can just put them in computers and take them while traveling. However, traditional books are too heavy and bulk for us to carry. From my perspective, I firmly believe the e-books can not take the traditional books’ place totally. They will unquestionably co-exist for a long period.
Although the e-books offer us lots of favorable consequences, the traditional books can provide us opportunities to take note on them and to be easy for collection. Therefore, the e-books and the traditional books are preferable to different people, and both of them can bring us benefits.
From the day the first digital product was given birth, unbelievable changes have happened in our life.
A few years ago, when we read, prints on the paper are the only media which carries meaning. When we listen to music, we have to buy magnetic tapes or CDs which record the sound.
However, nowadys, our life is a totally different picture. We read books all the same, but many of them are e-books which is more convenient and more cheap. As to music, with a matchbox-sized mp3 player, we can download whatever we like from the boundless music files on the internet. These are only the most insignificant examples how digital products have benefit us. Thanks to indigital products, the variety and quantity of information we can obtain is unprecedented. In everyday work, study and many other aspects, digital products have played a more and more important life in our life.
However, on the other hand, digital products also cause many negative effects to our lives. As life become more and more convenient, most people become more and more indifferent.
They close their doors and never go out as soon as they get home from work. If they live alone, they will kill their time by surfing online. They don’t have any connections even with their closest neighbors, who seem no different from people they meet everyday in the street. For students, they spend much more time than before on listening to the music or playing computer games. These phenomena are no good to our universities, nor to our society. On the whole, it is high time that we recognized the positive effects and also the negative ones of digital products, and used them in the right way.
It is widely accept that the digital age has already arrived, such as mobile phone, Mp3, Mp4, digital camera, digital computer and so on. They make our life convenient and colourful.
But at the same time many people maintain that just for these stuffs our life become
more and more monotonous, and people lack face to face communication. Everything has two sides.
The advantages of the digital products are obvious to some people. For one thing, in terms of convenient, the increasing popularity of using these has helped us save a lot of time. For another, due to the rising of digital age, it makes our life colourful. We often see all sorts of people bring different kinds of products of digital age to go sightseeing and travelling. However, there are still quite a few people who strongly oppose these fashionable digital things. Reality mobile phones, in some extent, make friends lack face to face communication, and the famlies spend less and less time together, which cause generation gap and indifference to the person around us.
Personally, I side with the former opinion. It is a wonderful feeling and a great way to make our life much more colour and conveiment. As long as the society is developed, there follows a great nummber of digital products.
Should One Expect a Reward When Doing a Good Deed?
A great many people presume upon a reward when doing a good deed. First and foremost, there is a natural tendency to equate doing good deeds with a certain amount of reward, and reward with a certain amount of money. What is more, they maintain that since the basis of contemporary society is money, one of the major means of earning money is getting reward by doing good deeds.
On the contrary, the vast majority of people assume that doing a good deed should be based on people’s personal interests. Hence, doing a good deed is fulfilling itself and reward is of minimal significance. Numerous examples can be given, but this will suffice. Mr. Leifeng lived a simple life dedicated to doing good deeds without expecting any reward and helping people from all walks of life, yet he was remembered as one of the most successful hero of our time.
Generally speaking, it is my view that we should not expect a reward when doing a good deed. We do this for enjoyment, fulfillment and other spiritual enhancement, not for the purpose of reward.＋ 更多类似范文