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他们有一个网球拍的英文

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"They Had a Tennis Racket" is a short story written by American author, writer, and journalist, Raymond Carver. The story was first published in 1976 in the collection "Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?" and has since become a classic of American literature. The story is a poignant exploration of the complexities of human relationships, and the ways in which we try to connect with one another. The story revolves around a couple, Bill and Arlene Miller, who are on vacation in a cabin by a lake. The couple is struggling to connect with one another, and their relationship is strained. Bill is an alcoholic, and Arlene resents him for it. They spend their days fishing, swimming, and playing cards, but they are unable to find any real joy in each other's company. One day, while out on a walk, they come across a young boy and his father playing tennis. The boy has a tennis racket, and Bill and Arlene watch them play for a while. They are struck by the boy's enthusiasm and skill, and Bill comments that he used to play tennis when he was younger. The father invites them to play a game, and they accept. As they play, Bill and Arlene begin to relax and enjoy themselves. They start to connect with one another, and their relationship begins to heal. They play several games, and Bill is impressed by the boy's skill. He offers to play the boy a game, and they play a close match. In the end, the boy wins, but Bill is happy to have played. The story ends with Bill and Arlene walking back to their cabin, arm in arm. They are happy and content, and they have found a way to connect with one another. The tennis racket has brought them together, and they are grateful for the experience. "They Had a Tennis Racket" is a powerful story about the importance of connection and the ways in which we can find it. It is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope for healing and growth. The story is a testament to the power of human resilience, and the ways in which we can overcome even the most difficult of obstacles.

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