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Something about "a table is a table" (an interpretation of "a table is a table" by Peter Bichsel).

The text by Peter Bichsel "a table is a table" tells life of an old man. He lived alone in a simple room with only a few pieces of furniture. It was always like this, he went for a walk in the morning and in the afternoon and sat at his table in the evening. (Every day he went for a walk in the morning and afternoon and sat at his table in the evening) One day he was happy, but everything was the same in the room. He wants to change something (he was happy, but one day he saw that everything in the room was the same, so he wanted to change something). Then renamed, he renamed everything and memorized the new words. After that it took a long time to say things with people, the things he renamed himself to make other people understandable. They couldn't understand him and that scared him, and from then on he became more and more silent and talked only to himself.
The man in the text is a little strange. Except for the white shirt collar, the clothes he wears are always gray. He always wears gray clothes outside the white shirt collar. He is also too tired to smile, to be angry (meaning: is he too tired to smile and is just angry?). He does the same things every day. Of course he wants to change all that, but his method is not entirely correct. (Of course he wants to change everything, but he doesn't succeed).


We all know that old men get lonelier and lonelier. Few people care about them, because everyone is really busy. So they don't have time to talk to the elderly, whose fault is it? Whose fault is it? The old people themselves or the people around them? It has long ceased to be important (what is not important?), What is more important is to avoid or solve the phenomenon. We all have the administrative responsibility to care for the elderly, because one day we will all grow old.
(By the way, is it correct to write an interpretation like this? Thank you very much!)



我 觉得 你 写得 很好!


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