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都柏林探寻酒吧之旅


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Burt Wolf (Host): The places where people come together are divided by 1)sociologists into three categories. The first is your home, the second is the place where you work, and the third is a neighbourhood hangout, where people from the area come to talk, to reduce the stress of daily life and to be together with other people. In Ireland, the third group is made up primarily of “public houses,” commonly known as “pubs.” Very often the local pub is a 2)focal point in the community, the 3)secular 4)counterbalance to the church. Of course the spirit one confronts in the pub is considerably different from the spirit you find in a church, but the sense of group can be similar.

Paul O’Toole (Guide): We’re in a street of pubs now…

Burt: We started in the Temple Bar district, which is a maze of narrow winding streets that run up from the bank of the Liffey River. The objective of our meandering is The 5)Auld Dubliner. It is famous for its music.

Paul: Auld Dubliner is a true Dublin pub. Even though it has moved with the times and it’s updated, and it’s probably a little bit bigger than it was, it’s held true to its spirit and its soul. We’ve been listening to some fantastic music, and that really is the essence of what it’s about.

As you walk into the 6)Stag’s Head, you’re gonna see it looks a little bit different than The Auld Dubliner.

伯特·沃尔夫(主持人):社会学家把人们聚集的地方分为三类。(剩余2050字)

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