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"YOU are the doctor, I suppose," said
Augustus Pokewhistle, smiling from his bed at the immense man who had
arrived secretly while he slept. "It is kind of you to come, but I don't
think you can help me. However, you are here, I will tell you what is
wrong with me. I am an artist. I paint pictures and I draw drawings..."
- "But..."
قال
"أغسطس بوكوسيل " وهو يبتسم من سريره للرجل الضخم الذي وصل سرا ً عندما
كان نائماً: "أنا أعتقد أنك الطبيب، وإنه لعطف منك أن تأتي. إلا أنني لا
أعتقد أنه بإمكانك مساعدتي، وعلي كل حال، وبما أنك هنا، فسوف أخبرك عما
أصابني. إنني فنان أقوم برسم بعض الصور و الرسومات..."
"ولكن..................."
"You
are going to tell me that you are not interested in the story of my
life," Augustus laughed bitterly. "You are one of the uncaring public,
and it is of no importance to you if a clever young man should take to
his bed at the height of his youth, never to rise again. But I suppose
you have been sent here by some interfering so-called friend of mine to
save me from my suffering, and I must therefore explain my illness. And
you cannot understand my illness unless I tell you the story of my life.
"
ضحك" أغسطس بوكوسيل " بمرارة وقال: "ستقول لي أنك لا تهتم بقصة حياتي؛
فإنك أحد العامة الذين لا يبالون – وليس من الأهمية لك – لو أن شاباً ماهر
أُخذ إلي السرير في ريعان شبابه، ولم يقم منه أبداً. لكني أفترض أنك أُرسلت
إلي هنا عن طريق أحد الأصدقاء، والذين يسمون خطأ بالمتدخلين في شئون
الغير، وذلك لكي تنقذني مما أعاني لذا فإنه يتحتم علي أن أشرح لك مرضي،
فإنك لا تستطيع أن تفهم مرضي إلا إذا قصصت عليك قصه حياتي."
"ولكن..................."
"
I was delicately brought up, and it soon became clear that I was not an
ordinary boy. At the age of seven I won a prize for a drawing of an
animal. We will forget the fact that I had intended my drawing to
represent sunset over London. After that my proud parents provided me
with plenty of pencils and paper and gave me the opportunity of studying
under great painters. At the age of twenty-one, I started a business as
a painter of people, and painted eleven pictures of my own face. Nobody
seemed to want them, and if you go into my sitting room, you will see
them hanging sadly on the wall, looking down at the empty chair which I
will never sit in again. For I am certain that I shall never rise from
this bed ..."
"لقد نشأت في حياة مرفهة، وسرعان ما أتضح أنني لست طفلاً
عادياً؛ ففي السابعة من عمري حصلت علي جائزة لرسم حيوان، وسوف نتناسى حقيقة
أنني قصدت برسمي أن أصور غروب الشمس فوق لندن.وبعد ذلك، زودني والداي
الفخوران بي بالمزيد من أقلام الرصاص، والأوراق، وأعطوني فرصة الدراسة علي
يد أعظم الرسامين. " "وفي الحادية والعشرين من عمري بدأت عملي كرسام للناس،
ولقد رسمت احدي عشر صورة لوجهي، وكان يبدو أنه لا يرغب فيهم أحد، ولو أنك
دخلت إلي حجرتي، لوجدت أنهم معلقين بطريقة بائسة علي الحائط، وكأنهم ينظرون
إلي ذلك الكرسي الحالي، والذي لن أجلس عليه مرة أخري، لأنني واثق أنني لن
أنهض من هذا السرير أبداً....."
"Nobody came to have their pictures
painted, and I had no desire to paint any more of myself. Although it
may seem impossible, I could no longer get any real pleasure
out of it after I had finished the eleventh, and this proves that one can get tired of even the most heavenly beauty... "
-
"But..." "ولم يأتي أحد من الناس لرسم صورهم، ولم يعد لدي أدني رغبة
في رسم مزيداً من الصور لنفسي، وعلي الرغم من أن ذلك قد يبدو أمر مستحيلاً
إلا أن الرسم لم يعد يمثل مصدر سعادة حقيقة بالنسبة لي، وذلك بعد انتهائي
من رسم الصورة الحادية عشرة، وهذا يثبت أن الإنسان يمكن أن يمل حتى من أعظم
أنواع الجمال الرائع..."
"ولكن......................."
"May I
mention that there is a certain repetition in your remarks? Let me
finish, and then you can say 'but' as often as you like. I turned from
painting people to painting the country. Nine times I painted the view
from the back window, and seven times I painted the view from the front
window. But could I sell the seven pictures of the view from the front
window, or the nine of the view from the back window? I could not. I
only had a bit of money left, and I decided, after a severe struggle
with myself, to forget my soul and paint for money. I determined to draw
funny pictures for the newspapers. Remember that I was without hope and
almost hungry, so do not think of me too severely"
- "But..."
"
هل يمكنني أن أشير إلي أن هناك تكراراً معيناً في ملاحظاتك ؟ دعني أُكمل،
وبعد ذلك تستطيع أن تقول:- لكن - كما يحلو لك. لقد تحولت من رسم الناس إلي
رسم القرية، حيث رسمت المنظر الذي يطل عليه الشباك الخلفي تسع مرات،
والمنظر الذي يطل عليه الشباك الأمامي سبع مرات.
ولكن هل استطعت أن أبيع
السبع صور الخاصة بالمنظر الذي يطل علي الشباك الأمامي، أو التسع صور
الخاصة بالمنظر الذي يطل عليه الشباك الخلفي ؟ كلا! لم أستطع." ولم يتبقى
معي إلا قدرا ضئيلاً من المال. لذا؛ فقد قررت بعد صراع مرير مع نفسي، أن
أنسي روحي، وأن أرسم من أجل المال، وعزمت علي أن أرسم الصور الفكاهيه لبعض
الصحف، وتذكر أنني كنت بلا أمل، بل وجائع تقريباً، لذا فلا تفكر في بكل هذه
القسوة..."
"ولكن............................"
"I know what you
are going to say - if I had had the soul of a true artist, I would have
died rather than do such a thing. But remember that my wife and children
were crying for bread - or would have been crying for bread if I had
had a wife and children. And was it my fault that I hadn't a wife and
little children? So I made thirty or forty funny drawings every day and
sent them to the papers. I soon found that selling one's soul for money
is not so easy as it sounds. Believe it or not, I got no money. I just
got my drawings back..."
- "But..." " أنا أعرف أنك ستقول أنه
لو كان لدي روح الفنان الحقيقية، لفضلت أن أموت بدلاًً من أن أفعل ذلك؛ لكن
تذكر أن زوجتي وأولادي كانوا يصرخون من أجل الخبز، أو أنهم كانوا سيصرخون
من أجله لو أن لدي زوجة وأطفال، وهل كان ذلك خطأ أنه لم يكن لدي زوجة
وأطفالاً صغاراً ؟ لذلك فقد كنت أرسم ثلاثين أو أربعين صورة مضحكة كل يوم ،
وأرسلها إلي الصحف . لكن سرعان ما اكتشفت أن بيع الإنسان لروحه من أجل
المال ليس أمراً سهلاً كما يبدو، وصدق أو لا تصدق أنني لم أحصل علي أي
أموال، لكن كل ما حصلت عليه أنني استعدت لوحاتي....."
"ولكن........................"
"You
may well ask why they were sent back. I cannot tell you. I tested them
on the cat. I had often heard the expression 'funny enough to make a cat
laugh', and so I placed them in a line and carried the cat along in
front of them. He laughed until he was sick ... in any case he was
sick."
" ربما تسألني لماذا رُدت إلي صوري، إنني لا أستطيع أن أخبرك؛
فلقد كنت أقيسهم علي قط عندي، وغالبا ً ما كنت أسمع التعبير "مضحكين بما
يكفي أن يضحكوا قط ". ولذلك فقد كنت أضعهم في صف، وأحمل القط أمامهم، فضحك
حتى مَرِضَ......فلقد كان مريضا علي أية حال. "
"Then I became more and
more disheartened. I tried drawing for advertisements. Clothes, pianos,
bottles. Immensely tall ladies with foolish smiles. I sent them off by
the hundred, and all I received was a sample bottle or two, and a sample
card of wool. I rather expected to get a sample tall lady with a
foolish smile, but probably she got lost in the post..."
- "But..."
وعندئذ
أصبحت محبطا أكثر وأكثر. ولقد حاولت برسم الإعلانات، والملابس، وأجهزة
البيانو، والزجاجات، وأن أقوم برسم سيدات طويلات القامة ذوات ابتسامات
حمقاوات، وكنت أرسلهم بالمئات. وكان كل ما تلقيته مقابل ذلك هو: نموذج
لزجاجة أو اثنتين، وعينه لممشطه صوف، ولقد توقعت أن أحصل علي عينة لامرأة
طويلة ذات ابتسامة حمقاء، لكن ربما تكون قد فقدت في البريد... "
- "ولكن...................................."
"So
I gave up the struggle. My heart was broken, and I determined to take
to my bed, never to rise again. You cannot help me, doctor. No skill of
yours can help me. I feel certain that I shall never rise from this bed
..."
"And I feel certain that you will," said the stranger,
carefully placing Augustus Poke whistle on the carpet, "because I've
come: to take it away. I'm from the furniture shop, and the bed isn't
paid for." لذا فلقد أقلعت عن المقاومة، وتحطم قلبي، وصممت أن أُحمل
إلي سريري، ولا أقوم منه أبدا ً. لن تستطيع مساعدتى أيها الطبيب. ولن
تفيدنى أى مهارة من مهاراتك. أنا متأكد أننى لن أنهض من هذا الفراش
أبداً..."
فقال الغريب وهو يضع " أوجستس بوكويسيل " علي السجادة بحرص:
"وأنا واثق أنك سوف تنهض؛ لأنني قد جئت لكي آخذ السرير؛ فأنا من محل
الأثاث، والسرير لم يسدد ثمنه. "
النهاية .



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His Childhood
Secretly,
an immense man arrived with Augustus thoughts of him being sent by his
friends to save him from suffering. Augustus was an artist. He was
delicately brought up. He won the prize for drawing an animal when he
was seven years old. In fact he meant to draw the sunset over London.
His parents were proud of him and began to provide him with plenty of
pencils, paper and money. They gave him the opportunity of studying
under great painters.

Starting his career as a painter
First stage: as a painter of People:
At
the age of twenty –one he started business as a painter of people and
painted eleven pictures of his own face if you went into his sitting
room, you would see them hanging sadly on the wall, looking own at his
empty chair which he would never sit in again. No one admired his
paintings or came to buy his them. No one came to have their pictures
painted so he had no desire to paint any more of himself.

Second stage: as a painter of the country:
He
turned to painting the country and painted nine views from the back and
seven from the front window. He didn’t go out to the nature to draw his
paintings. So he couldn’t sell any of them.
A stand-stop with himself:
He
had a bit of money left and was almost hungry that's why he decided
after a severe struggle with himself to forget his soul and paint for
money. Trying to justify his misdeed, he told us if he had had a wife
and children, they would have cried for bread.
Third stage: as a painter of the papers:
So
he determined to draw funny pictures for the newspapers. He made thirty
or forty funny drawings daily and sent them to the papers. But they
sent him back his drawings. He couldn’t get any money from them.

Fourth stage: as a painter of the Advertisements
At
last he was disheartened and tried drawing for advertisements, he sent
them off by the hundred, but he just received some samples. If he had
had a family, they would have cried for bread.
His last decision
His
heart was broken, he gave up the struggle and he decided to take to bed
and never rise again. Augustus took to bed and decided not to rise
again although he was in the height of his youth.

The stranger's attitude
When
the stranger visited him, he thought that he was a doctor, sent by a
so-called friend to save him from his suffering. He believed that the
stranger couldn’t help him until he had told him his story to know what
the wrong with him was. Trying to explain he wasn’t a doctor, but in
vain as Augustus gave him no chance for that. The stranger said that
Augustus would certainly rise from bed as he was from the furniture shop
and he came to take the bed away as it was not paid for.
Questions & Answers
1- What did Augustus think the stranger was?
• He thought the stranger was a doctor sent by a so- called friend to save him.
2- What was wrong with Augustus?
• He took to his bed in the height of his youth and decided never to rise again.
3- What was Augustus's job?
• He was an artist and started business as a painter at the age of twenty one.
4- When did he get a prize for a drawing?
• He got a prize for a drawing at the age of seven.
5-What was that drawing about?
• He got a prize for a drawing of an animal though he intended it to represent sunset.
6- How did his parents help him to be an artist?
• His parents provided him with pencils and paper and gave him the opportunity of studying under great painters.
7- What did he paint when he started his work?
• He painted people. He painted eleven pictures of his face.
8- Why did he decide to stop painting people?
• Nobody wanted to buy his pictures and nobody came to him to have their pictures painted.
9- What did he decide to paint after deciding not to paint people?
• He decided to paint the country.
10- To what extent did he succeed as a painter of the country?

He painted nine pictures of the view from the back window and seven
pictures of the view from the front window. But he couldn't sell any of
them.
11- What made him decide to forget his soul and paint for money ?
• He had little money left. He was without hope and almost hungry.
12- What did he start doing to paint for money?
• He made thirty or forty funny drawings every day and sent them to the newspapers.
13- What was the result of drawing for the newspapers?
• He got no money and just got his drawings back.
14- Did Augustus have a wife and children? What could have happened if he had a wife and children?
• He didn't have a wife or children. If he had had, they would have been crying for bread.
15-How did the stranger find Augustus?
• He found him very weak, desperateيأس and in low spirits حالة نفسية سيئة.
16-How did Augustus test his drawings?
• He tested them on the cat according to the expression '' funny enough to make a cat laugh. The cat laughed until he was sick.
17- What paintings did he turn to after the failure of his drawings for newspapers?
• He turned to drawing for advertisements. He sent them off by the hundred. He could only receive some samples.
18- What was his last decision?
• He decided to take to his bed and never to rise again.
19- Why did the stranger want to interrupt Augustus's story all the time?

He wanted to interrupt Augustus to tell him that he was not a doctor
and that he was coming from the furniture shop to take Augustus's bed.
20- By whom was he taken from his bed? Why?
• The man carried him from his bed and placed him on the carpet. The man came to take the bed back as it was not paid for.
21- In your opinion, why could Augustus not sell any of his paintings?

Because from the age of seven he drew with one meaning and people saw
in his drawings quite another thing. So, he developed into a self-
centred depressed painter.رسام مكتئب يدور حول ذاته
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Quotations
* Read the following quotations and answer the questions:
"You are the doctor, I suppose."
a) To whom did Augustus say this statement?
• Pokewhistle to the visitor.
b) What was that man?
• He was a man from the furniture shop.
c) By whom did Augustus think that man was sent?
• By some interfering so-called friends.

2. "It is of no importance to you if a clever young man should take to his bed at the height of his youth, never to rise again."
a) Why did Augustus believe that the visitor would not care for him?
• As he was one of the uncaring public.
b) What made Augustus take that decision at the height of his youth?
• As he failed to get money out of his work. He became disheartened.
c) When did Augustus rise from bed?
• When the visitor placed him on the carpet.
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3-" So, I gave up the struggle. My heart was broken and I determined to take to my bed."
a) Who was the speaker?
• -Augustus.
b) What did the speaker struggle for?
• -Earning his living by selling his drawings.
c) Why did he give up the struggle?
• Because he became more and more hopeless.
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4. "But I suppose you have been sent here by some interfering so called friend of mine to save me from my suffering."
a) What was Augustus suffering from?
• He couldn't get any money from his work.
b) What does this quotation show about Augustus's character?
• He wasn't a nice person to be a friend.
c) By whom was the visitor really sent to Augustus?
• The owner of a furniture shop.
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5- "May I mention that there is a certain repetition in your remarks?”
a) Who was the speaker, to whom?
• Augustus Pokewhistle to the visitor.
b) What did the speaker mean by saying so?
• He meant that he wanted to finish the story of his life first without being interrupted.
c) Did the spoken to give the speaker the chance to speak? Why?
• No, because he was thinking of himself. He wanted to finish his speech first and the others listen.
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6-" Nobody came to have their pictures painted, and I had no desire to paint anymore of myself."
a) Who was the speaker, to whom?
Augustus PokeWhistle to his visitor. b) Why couldn't he sell his drawings?
• Because he wasn't a gifted artist insisting on drawing pictures of his own face.
c) Was it possible for him to give up his career? Why?
• No, it was impossible. Because he found real pleasure in doing this.
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7. "At the age of seven, I won a prize for a drawing of an animal."

a) What did Augustus intend that drawing to represent?
• The sunset over London.
b) What did Augustus's parents do as a result of his getting the prize?
• They gave him an opportunity to study under great painters.
c) To what extent was Augustus a good artist?
• In fact, he wasn't a good artist.
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8. "At the age of twenty-one, I started business as a painter of people".
a) What pictures did he paint at the age of twenty-one?
• Pictures of his own face.
b) Where could the visitor see them? Why?
• On the walls of his setting room as no one wanted to buy them.
c) What did he decide to paint when painting people did not succeed?
• Painting the country
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9. "I decided, after a severe struggle with myself, to forget my soul and paint for money."
a) Why did Augustus have a severe struggle with himself?
• He thought he was a good artist but unable to earn his living.
b) What did he first do when he decided to paint for money?
• He drew funny pictures for newspapers.
c) What was the result of what he did?
• He didn't get any money but he got his pictures back.
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10. "I soon found out that selling one's soul for money is not so easy as it sounds"
a) What did Augustus mean by "selling one's soul for money"?
• It was against his principle to paint for money as he thought he was a true artist.
b) Why was the matter not so easy as it sounded?
• The matter of selling his soul.
c) How did he test his drawings?
• He tested them on the cat.

11. "I tested them in the cat. I had often heard the expression «funny enough to make a cat laugh»"
a) What did Augustus test?
• His pictures.
b) Why did he test them?
• As no one wanted to buy them.
c) What was the result of the test?
• The cat laughed until it was sick

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