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    空缺读后感

    相关热词搜索:读后感 空缺 读后感怎么写 读后感大全

    篇一:空缺读后感

    love heals humanity, humanity heals the world -- book reprot of the casual vacancy sukhvinder. terri impresses me a lot. at first like many ruthless characters in

    the book, i do not perceive her as an alive human with feelings. “a drugster”, i

    hear a voice saying so in my heart, not realizing she does not do so (taking drugs,

    not caring her own children, saying yes to others all the time) because of her own

    willingness, it’s because she has been left barely no choice. few of us shares her

    experience: being insulted and assaulted by her own father, being abandoned and kicked

    out like rubbish by her own relatives even those who promised to help, having no people

    to turn to when feeling painful, cold and sad. people willing to help, granting her the courage to face difficulties.英语三班

    欧阳玉倩篇二:jk罗琳《偶发空缺》读后感 昨天中午,一个星期的阅读历程终于结束的时候,耳机里传来蕾哈娜的umbrella,醇厚

    的女声有力的打着节拍:when the sun shines, we’ll shine together. told you ill be

    here forever. said ill always be a friend. took an oath i’ll stick it out till the

    end. 看着最后一页,在教堂里大家又开始合唱这首歌,眼泪终于不受控制的滑落,我没有嚎

    啕大哭,只是格外的心酸,在我合上封底的时候,我又迫不及待地翻开了第一页,这本书,

    读一遍显然不够。

    建议要阅读本书的读者,最少要做两个工作:1、一定要听一下蕾哈娜的umbrella,这

    首歌的歌词会有助于你更快的了解人物;2、最好自己画一下人物谱系,搞清楚谁家里都有谁,

    否则在阅读前100页的时候,你会迷失到人名的汪洋大海里茫然无措,以至于不能尽快的融

    入到故事的氛围中去。

    对hp的书迷来说,阅读《偶发空缺》就像是一场华丽的冒险,因为罗琳的这次转型十分

    的彻底,就像是周杰伦新专辑开吼《大河向东流》或是斯蒂芬金写了《简爱》一般的令人震

    撼。如果这本书假托别的作者名出版,那么,没有人会把它和罗琳扯上任何关系,想要在本

    书里找到哈利波特系列的蛛丝马迹,都是徒劳。这是一本一点儿都没掺水的严肃的纯文学作

    品,继承了传统英国文学的现实和尖刻,忘了波特吧,这是本成人小说,当然,如果心智成

    熟的未成年人也可以乱入。就现实意义和对人性的深度挖掘上来看,这本书的价值要远远高于hp系列。一个类型文

    学作家能够直面现实,并且扛上那些社会责任,总是令人敬佩的,作为一个身家10亿美元的

    作家来说,罗琳完全可以沿着她开拓的路线一直走下去,或是就此封笔,可是她居然还能有

    这样从零开始的勇气,而且做得完全不逊色于那些以“正统”自居,曾对罗琳作品的文学价

    值不屑一顾的作家和评论家。由于罗琳自身经历等原因,她一直对于英国的医疗和社会保障体系保持着异乎寻常的关

    注,她建立了数个慈善基金,捐出1亿美元用于多发性硬化病的研究,并且参与了伦敦奥运

    会开幕式的演出,很多人只注意到她朗读的是童话故事《彼得?潘》,而没有注意到她参与表

    演的那个环节要表现的主题是在世界率先实现全民免费医疗的英国医疗系统。显然,罗琳意

    识到,作为一个作家,她除了捐赠她的财富之外,更有力的武器是她的笔,文字的力量可以

    扭转一个人乃至一个时代的思维惯性。她的书带我们走进了贫民家庭,把他们的遭际剖白给

    我们看,相信看了此书,即使没有潸然泪下,也会因此受到震动,开始去思考善恶之间的模

    糊边线。 这个故事从来不是像umbrella那首歌开始唱的那样,是个“好女孩变坏啦”的故

    事,而是一个在生活徒然失去重心之后,重新寻找那把可以遮风避雨的大伞,重新找寻生活

    意义的故事。对主人公之一,问题少女克里斯塔尔来说,她本来以为可以永远站在巴里?菲尔

    布拉泽的大伞下得到庇护,可是,随着故事开篇,巴里的猝死,结束了这一切。 巴里的死,掀开了原本安静平和的帕格镇不为人知的种种内幕。在复杂的人性面前,巴

    里像是硕果仅存的圣人像,可是,这也难保是居民们的又一次道德美化,参考罗比死后他们

    的反应就知道了。巴里是维系富人区帕格镇和贫民区丛地之间的脆弱的连接线,随着他的死,

    结束了这微妙的平衡,无数双眼睛在盯着这个偶发空缺,想要占据这个举足轻重的教区议会

    席位,很多竞选人和他们的支持者认为,这关系到帕格镇的未来,这个人的当选将决定丛地

    未来的划归,以及一些社会保障机构——例如说戒毒所能否正常运行。随着竞选的到来,各

    种不堪的秘密也将一一浮上水面,这一刻,人性的弱点暴露无遗。 有人把罗琳在这本书里的写作方式和狄更斯相提并论,窃以为,罗琳更近了一步。书中

    林林总总塑造了接近二十个主要人物,罕见脸谱化的平面人物(有几个配角因为篇幅和角色

    所限性格比较单一)。故事里更没有真善美和假丑恶的对立,道貌岸然的人物也有真情流露的

    一面,柔弱无助的人物也有性格缺陷的一面,罗琳着力要展现的,是真正的人性,人性复杂

    变幻,内心纠葛的一面,故事里,每个人的灵魂都不是纯白或纯黑的,都有白中之黑和黑中

    之白,真实的人生便是如此,鲜有纯粹的颜色,不过是一片迷糊的灰色地带,随着外界的触

    发条件展现出不同的颜色。每一个看似美满的家庭中都存在着各式各样的问题,健康、心理、家暴、叛逆、出轨??

    五花八门,只不过都被拉下的窗帘掩盖在幸福的表象之下。从这个角度来看,洋洋自得的帕

    格镇居民和他们所鄙视的丛地“那些人”之间并无太多的区别,只不过丛地的人们的悲剧是

    被活生生的扒开了给人看,他们失去了生活的平衡。而那帮以体面人自居的绅士们还要一点

    点的摧毁他们重回生活正轨的希望,把他们视为有害的“垃圾”。 没有人关注过“垃圾们”的生活,就像特莉回忆的,有几个对她很好的社工,可是六点

    之后,她们都按时下班回家,再次离开她的生活。因此她和克里斯塔尔早就习惯了被人抛下,

    习惯了自己想办法解决问题。正如莫言在谈创作中提到的,“要直面自己的灵魂,就是‘把自己当罪人写’这个阶段,

    对自己心理和灵魂的解剖,这是一个突破口,我们在许多冠冕堂皇的借口之下,掩藏着很多

    个人的自私、怯懦、卑微,许多都是逃避。” 看了这本书,我无法原谅的,就是我日渐冷漠

    的内心,和对于弱势群体的无动于衷,我们每个人,或许都是悲剧的制造者而不自知。结尾

    的一缕曙光,仿佛给了我们一点希望,也许会有一个更好的帕格镇出现,但是更重要的是,

    我们如何改变我们的无动于衷,去避免类似的悲剧发生?篇三:《偶发空缺》读后感 a book

    report of the casual vacancy unforgivable indifference—a book report of the casual vacancy by j. k. rowling 刘策 midarroh

    class 1103the casual vacancy is a 2012 novel written by british writer j. k. rowling. the

    book was published worldwide by the little, brown book group. it was rowling‘s first

    publication since the harry potter series, her first apart from that series and her

    first novel for adult readership. the novel was the fastest-selling in the united

    kingdom in three years.the novel is set in a suburban west country town called pagford and begins with

    the death of beloved parish councillor barry fairbrother. subsequently, a seat on

    the council is vacant and a conflict ensues before the election for his successor

    takes place. factions develop, particularly concerning whether to dissociate with

    a local council estate, ―the fields‖, with which barry supported an alliance.

    however, those running for a place soon find their darkest secrets revealed on the

    parish council online forum, ruining their campaign and leaving the election in

    turmoil.

    death of krystal weedonas the casual vacancy happens, the fate of the fields and also bellchapel, the

    clinic through which terri gets free methadone for her rehabilitation, falls in

    uncertainty. if the clinic is closed, then terri can‘t make it, and she will lose the custody of robbie, which krystal

    tries her best to avoid due to her intense love for him.unforgivable indifferencewhy not kill all heroin addicts? why not kill all prostitutes? why not kill all criminals of any kind? why not kill all gay people?why not kill all those with contagious diseases? why not? they are messing the world! they are breaking the harmonious uniformity!

    they are overwhelming the children!don’t you think those depraved addicts themselves are marijuanas to society?don’t you think those prostitutes serve as the intermedium of venereal diseases

    and profane human nature?don’t you think those criminals are like pests disturbing civilians’ peaceful

    life?

    don’t you think those gay people are disgusting and they are so shameless to

    make aids everywhere?

    don’t you think those sick people are threatening the health of normal people?then, why not kill them all?my apologies that i have to begin with this rubbish. i know that these words are

    actually too extreme to be uttered, and people don‘t say them at all in real life.

    however, this rubbish of thinking roots in many people‘s subconscious.(please read: appendix i: )from the excerpt we can get that those councillors except dr. parminder merely

    focus on the defects of the fields and bellchapel, debating fiercely for excluding

    those vulgar low-class folks from their peaceful town forever. they don‘t want extra

    trouble and responsibility to help them out of poverty. they refuse to change and

    accept, holding that their rights of pursuing a placid and stable life cannot be

    challenged and that any deed attempting to make them accept new things is supposed

    to be illegal. they are too conservative and conservation always results in ignorance

    and ignorance always sparks indifference.actually, this indifference to lives of the minority sometimes trigger their

    hatred towards society and (further) erosion of mind. people may say that to those

    addicts, gays, or patients with incurable diseases, the crime rate is higher than

    the average and many of them have psychological problems. but the thing is, does the

    mere attention to these unfavorable phenomena actually assist in switching them into

    favorable ones? from this point, punishments out of selfishness and ignorance are

    absolutely not enough.

    a great man always has insight into miseries of the less and the mess.when something inhumane happens, we are supposed to not only condemn and punish

    the culprits but reflect why this happens and how to prevent future occurrences, and

    to do the latter, we have to explore the culprits‘ daily life and investigate the

    causes of their twisted personality. this indifference is unforgivable.conclusion

    references (url) (appendix ii: ) appendix i

    excerpt from part four, viii―......

    ?i don‘t know how many people saw barry‘s article in the gazette,‘ said parminder.

    every face was turned towards her, and she tried not to think about the anonymous

    post or the journalist sitting behind her. ?i thought it made the arguments for keeping

    the fields part of pagford very well.‘ parminder saw shirley, who was writing busily, give her pen a tiny smile.?by telling us the likes of krystal weedon benefit?‘ said an elderly woman called

    betty, from the end of the table. parminder had always detested her.?i remember,‘ said betty, ?when krystal weedon pushed another child into the

    river on a nature walk.‘?no, she didn‘t,‘ said parminder angrily, ?my daughter was there – that was

    two boys who were fighting – anyway—‘ ?i heard it was krystal weedon,‘ said betty. ?you heard wrong,‘ said parminder, except that she did not say it, she shouted

    it.

    they were shocked. she had shocked herself. the echo hummed off the old walls.

    parminder could barely swallow; she kept her head down, staring at the agenda, and

    heard john‘s voice from a long way off. ?barry would‘ve done better to talk about himself, not that girl. he got a lot

    out of st thomas‘s.‘?trouble is, for every barry,‘ said another woman, ?you get a load of yobs.

    ?they‘re yarvil people, bottom line,‘ said a man, ?they belong to yarvil.

    ?that‘s not true,‘ said parminder, keeping her voice deliberately low, but they

    all fell silent to listen to her, waiting for her to shout again. ?it‘s simply not

    true. look at the weedons. that was the whole point of barry‘s article. they were

    a pagford family going back years, but—‘ ?they moved to yarvil!‘ said betty. ?there was no housing here,‘ said parminder, fighting her own temper, ?none of

    you wanted a new development on the outskirts of town.‘?you weren‘t here, i‘m sorry,‘ said betty, pink in the face, looking

    ostentatiously away from parminder. ?you don‘t know the history.‘ ?shall we have a show of hands?‘ howard shouted down the table, and silence fell

    again. ?those in favour of telling the district council that pagford will be happy

    for the parish boundary to be redrawn, to take the fields out of our jurisdiction?

    ‘parminder‘s fists were clenched in her lap and the nails of both her hands were

    embedded in their palms. there was a rustle of sleeves all around her. ?excellent!‘ said howard, and the jubilation in his voice rang triumphantly from

    the rafters. ?well, i‘ll draft something with tony and helen and we‘ll send it round

    for everyone to see, and we‘ll get it off. excellent!‘a couple of councillors clapped. parminder‘s vision blurred and she blinked

    hard. ...... ...... ?? and one of the projects we‘ve got to look at is bellchapel,‘ said aubrey. ?i

    thought i‘d have a word, because, as you all know, it‘s the parish that owns the

    building—‘

    ?—and the lease is almost up,‘ said howard. ?that‘s right.‘ ?but nobody else is interested in that old place, are they?‘ asked a retired

    accountant from the end of the table. ?it‘s in a bad state, from what i‘ve heard.

    ?that‘s not the point at all,‘ said parminder, cutting across him. ?it isn

    ‘t the parish council‘s job to decide whether or not the clinic‘s doing a good

    job. we don‘t fund their work. they‘re not our responsibility.‘ ?but we own the building,‘ said howard, still smiling, still polite, ?so i think

    it‘s natural for us to want to consider—‘?if we‘re going to look at information on the clinic‘s work, i think it‘s very

    important that we get a balanced picture,‘ said parminder.?i‘m terribly sorry,‘ said shirley, blinking down the table at parminder, ?but

    could you try not to interrupt the chair, dr jawanda? it‘s awfully difficult to take

    notes if people talk over other people. and now i‘ve interrupted,‘ she added with

    a smile. ?sorry!‘

    ?i presume the parish wants to keep getting revenue from the building,‘ said

    parminder, ignoring shirley. ?and we have no other potential tenant lined up, as far

    as i know. so i‘m wondering why we are even considering terminating the clinic

    ‘s lease.‘

    ?they don‘t cure them,‘ said betty. ?they just give them more drugs. i‘d be

    very happy to see them out.‘?we‘re having to make some very difficult decisions at district council level,

    ‘ said aubrey fawley. ?the government‘s looking for more than a billion in savings

    from local government. we cannot continue to provide services the way we have done.

    that‘s the reality.‘parminder hated the way that her fellow councillors acted around aubrey, drinking

    in his deep

    空缺读后感

    modulated voice, nodding gently as he talked. she was well aware that

    some of them called her ?bends-your-ear‘.

    篇二:偶发空缺读后感

    Love Heals Humanity, Humanity Heals The World

    -- Book Reprot of The Casual Vacancy

    During the process of reading, at first I thought the proportion between invest and output was not appropriate. For the first two chapters, I found myself reading very slowly and can only grasp the main clue, having no clear idea about the detailed description. The complicated relationship among characters were also killing me. Gradually, after getting used to it, the whole story became more than attractive. Finishing it became my inner impulse instead of a required task.

    This is a book about humanity. J.K.Rowling intends to portray various people and family. Except for several supporting roles, most of the characters in the book are complex. They are not simply good or bad as we get used to, they are human. Their individualities are shaped by their experience, their surroundings, their belief etc.. No one is born to be inferior, no matter where he is born and raised, Pagford or Yarvil or Fields; no matter he is black or white, rich or poor, everybody has his own story as long as you want to listen to it patiently with respect.

    Regarding people in Fields as lazy, rude and foolish is totally wrong. From the book, we can see they are nothing but people having been deeply hurt, miserably unaided and having no accompanier to let them know they are also being treasured and loved. When I write down this line, I’m thinking about Krystal Weedon, her mother Terri and

    Sukhvinder. Terri impresses me a lot. At first like many ruthless characters in the book, I do not perceive her as an alive human with feelings. “A drugster”, I hear a voice saying so in my heart, not realizing she does not do so (taking drugs, not caring her own children, saying yes to others all the time) because of her own willingness, it’s because she has been left barely no choice. Few of us shares her experience: being insulted and assaulted by her own father, being abandoned and kicked out like rubbish by her own relatives even those who promised to help, having no people to turn to when feeling painful, cold and sad.

    Actually before grandma felt disappointed Terri had chance to live peacefully with her, but I belive she did not mean to blew it away--she was just too desperate to make rational choices. Sex and drugs can bring happiness, so let it be. She has seen so many, if not all, important people turned their back to her, making she feels frustrated towards this world as well as herself. Saying “F”words to strangers and “Yes”to her acquaintance who accompany her no matter what kind of companion it is--asking her to hide large amount of drugs, having sex with her sort of forcedly. But that does not mean she is incorrigible. The best cure is warmth and love. The appearance of Kay kindles her hope for life. Not because she does how great things, just due to her kind attitude and willingness to listen and help. Although these are trifles not worth mentioning in our eyes, they do matter for her, assuring her that there are

    people willing to help, granting her the courage to face difficulties.

    For that short two weeks or so, she behaves herself. She fights against herself to beat the lure of drugs, makes sure Robbie is in clean clothes and goes to kindergarten as required, tries to play the role of a good mother, which is a totally unfamiliar concept. But she tries to, just because of the feeling of being cared. Her house becomes tidy, her children become happy, her life becomes full of sunshine. How amazing the power of love can be. It’s the gift for humanity. Suppose what the world will be like if everyone feels the same way! No criminals, no drugsters, no pains and sufferings, this is exactly what every government and every policy aims to reach.

    I believe Rowling intends to unveil the way things really works--through love, relationship and humanity. All the chaos and wrongdoings are coming from misunderstanding and biased interpretation. We can see this through the whole book. The relationship between lovers, within family, among strangers pushes massive decision-making and community-constructing. What matters is love. If everyone knows themselves is being loved, what a blessed world it will be.

    英语三班

    欧阳玉倩

    篇三:JK罗琳《偶发空缺》读后感

    昨天中午,一个星期的阅读历程终于结束的时候,耳机里传来蕾哈娜的umbrella,醇厚的女声有力的打着节拍:When the sun shines, we’ll shine together. Told you I'll be here forever. Said I'll always be a friend. Took an oath I’ll stick it out till the end. 看着最后一页,在教堂里大家又开始合唱这首歌,眼泪终于不受控制的滑落,我没有嚎啕大哭,只是格外的心酸,在我合上封底的时候,我又迫不及待地翻开了第一页,这本书,读一遍显然不够。

    建议要阅读本书的读者,最少要做两个工作:1、一定要听一下蕾哈娜的umbrella,这首歌的歌词会有助于你更快的了解人物;2、最好自己画一下人物谱系,搞清楚谁家里都有谁,否则在阅读前100页的时候,你会迷失到人名的汪洋大海里茫然无措,以至于不能尽快的融入到故事的氛围中去。

    对HP的书迷来说,阅读《偶发空缺》就像是一场华丽的冒险,因为罗琳的这次转型十分的彻底,就像是周杰伦新专辑开吼《大河向东流》或是斯蒂芬金写了《简爱》一般的令人震撼。如果这本书假托别的作者名出版,那么,没有人会把它和罗琳扯上任何关系,想要在本书里找到哈利波特系列的蛛丝马迹,都是徒劳。这是一本一点儿都没掺水的严肃的纯文学作品,继承了传统英国文学的现实和尖刻,忘了波特吧,这是本成人小说,当然,如果心智成熟的未成年人也可以乱入。

    就现实意义和对人性的深度挖掘上来看,这本书的价值要远远高于HP系列。一个类型文学作家能够直面现实,并且扛上那些社会责任,总是令人敬佩的,作为一个身家10亿美元的作家来说,罗琳完全可以沿着她开拓的路线一直走下去,或是就此封笔,可是她居然还能有这样从零开始的勇气,而且做得完全不逊色于那些以“正统”自居,曾对罗琳作品的文学价值不屑一顾的作家和评论家。

    由于罗琳自身经历等原因,她一直对于英国的医疗和社会保障体系保持着异乎寻常的关注,她建立了数个慈善基金,捐出1亿美元用于多发性硬化病的研究,并且参与了伦敦奥运会开幕式的演出,很多人只注意到她朗读的是童话故事《彼得?潘》,而没有注意到她参与表演的那个环节要表现的主题是在世界率先实现全民免费医疗的英国医疗系统。显然,罗琳意识到,作为一个作家,她除了捐赠她的财富之外,更有力的武器是她的笔,文字的力量可以扭转一个人乃至一个时代的思维惯性。她的书带我们走进了贫民家庭,把他们的遭际剖白给我们看,相信看了此书,即使没有潸然泪下,也会因此受到震动,开始去思考善恶之间的模糊边线。 这个故事从来不是像umbrella那首歌开始唱的那样,是个“好女孩变坏啦”的故事,而是一个在生活徒然失去重心之后,重新寻找那把可以遮风避雨的大伞,重新找寻生活意义的故事。对主人公之一,问题少女克里斯塔尔来说,她本来以为可以永远站在巴里?菲尔布拉泽的大伞下得到庇护,可是,随着故事开篇,巴里的猝死,结束了这一切。

    巴里的死,掀开了原本安静平和的帕格镇不为人知的种种内幕。在复杂的人性面前,巴里像是硕果仅存的圣人像,可是,这也难保是居民们的又一次道德美化,参考罗比死后他们的反应就知道了。巴里是维系富人区帕格镇和贫民区丛地之间的脆弱的连接线,随着他的死,结束了这微妙的平衡,无数双眼睛在盯着这个偶发空缺,想要占据这个举足轻重的教区议会席位,很多竞选人和他们的支持者认为,这关系到帕格镇的未来,这个人的当选将决定丛地未来的划归,以及一些社会保障机构——例如说戒毒所能否正常运行。随着竞选的到来,各种不堪的秘密也将一一浮上水面,这一刻,人性的弱点暴露无遗。

    有人把罗琳在这本书里的写作方式和狄更斯相提并论,窃以为,罗琳更近了一步。书中林林总总塑造了接近二十个主要人物,罕见脸谱化的平面人物(有几个配角因为篇幅和角色所限性格比较单一)。故事里更没有真善美和假丑恶的对立,道貌岸然的人物也有真情流露的一面,柔弱无助的人物也有性格缺陷的一面,罗琳着力要展现的,是真正的人性,人性复杂变幻,内心纠葛的一面,故事里,每个人的灵魂都不是纯白或纯黑的,都有白中之黑和黑中之白,真实的人生便是如此,鲜有纯粹的颜色,不过是一片迷糊的灰色地带,随着外界的触发

    条件展现出不同的颜色。

    每一个看似美满的家庭中都存在着各式各样的问题,健康、心理、家暴、叛逆、出轨??五花八门,只不过都被拉下的窗帘掩盖在幸福的表象之下。从这个角度来看,洋洋自得的帕格镇居民和他们所鄙视的丛地“那些人”之间并无太多的区别,只不过丛地的人们的悲剧是被活生生的扒开了给人看,他们失去了生活的平衡。而那帮以体面人自居的绅士们还要一点点的摧毁他们重回生活正轨的希望,把他们视为有害的“垃圾”。

    没有人关注过“垃圾们”的生活,就像特莉回忆的,有几个对她很好的社工,可是六点之后,她们都按时下班回家,再次离开她的生活。因此她和克里斯塔尔早就习惯了被人抛下,习惯了自己想办法解决问题。

    当结尾的悲剧大爆发的一刻,相信读者会和书中人一起思考,悲剧是如何产生的?谁应该为此负责?是越来越削减开支的医疗保障制度?还是流于形式的社工制度?或是那几个亲眼目睹罗比一个人在河岸边哭喊着寻找姐姐却漠然置之的人?可是,我们发现,我们没法站在道德的制高点上轻易地指责任何人。因为我们一直对他人的苦难无动于衷,不作为也是一种罪行。他人有罪,我也有罪,冷漠、嘲笑、无动于衷??这些都是我们所犯的罪行。 这就是罗琳对于灵魂,尤其是对于自我的拷问,她没有将悲剧的产生仅仅归结为制度或是政体,伟大的文学一定是超越政治的,肯定不是把控诉制度对人的压迫作为最大的目标,人性的软弱是超乎政治和国界存在的一种广泛的共通性,作家没有站的远远地居高临下的描写这些故事,而是始终在自我反思,反省自己是不是也做了帮凶。

    正如莫言在谈创作中提到的,“要直面自己的灵魂,就是‘把自己当罪人写’这个阶段,对自己心理和灵魂的解剖,这是一个突破口,我们在许多冠冕堂皇的借口之下,掩藏着很多个人的自私、怯懦、卑微,许多都是逃避。” 看了这本书,我无法原谅的,就是我日渐冷漠的内心,和对于弱势群体的无动于衷,我们每个人,或许都是悲剧的制造者而不自知。结尾的一缕曙光,仿佛给了我们一点希望,也许会有一个更好的帕格镇出现,但是更重要的是,我们如何改变我们的无动于衷,去避免类似的悲剧发生?

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