Profile of the Author Profile 是“个人简历，基本资料”的意思，一般作“简介”理解。如果初一，可以用Brief Introduction 这个词组来表示，一个意思
一、对文章的主要作者可按以下顺序刊出其简介：姓名(出生年-)， 性别(民族——汉族可省略)，籍贯， 职称， 学位，简历以及研究方向(任选)。在简介前加 “作者简介：”或 “［作者简介］”作为标识。例：作者简介：乌兰娜(1968- )，女(蒙古族)，内蒙古达拉特旗人，内蒙古大学历史学系副教授 ，博士 ，1994年赴美国哈佛大学研修，主要从事蒙古学研究。二、同一篇文章的其他主要作者简介可以在同一 “作者简介：”或“［作者简介］”的标识后相继列出，其间以分号“；”隔开，最后以“.”或“。”结束。三、英文文章的作者简介用 “Biography:”(单一作者)或“Biographies:”(多作者)作为标识。
你好，很高兴为你解答。主要人物简介：the brief introduction of main characters作者简介：About the author/the brief introduction of the writer
Lewis Carroll (Lewis Carroll, 1832 ~ 1898) the real name Charles Dodgson 尔斯勒特威 Church (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), is a mathematician, a long prestigious Christ Church College at Oxford University as a mathematics Lecturer, published several books on mathematics. He had severe stuttering and therefore poorly with people, but his broad interests in fiction, poetry, logic is quite accomplished, or a good photographer, like children. "Alice in Wonderland"is the result of his Xing, to a friend Robinson's daughter Alice, the story and wrote with his own illustrations after gave her (the handwritten copy of the publication in Britain in recent years A). Later at a friend's encouragement, Carroll will be revised manuscript, expand, polish later, in 1865, officially published. Carroll later wrote a companion volume, called "Alice Adventures in the mirror"(Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there), and with the "Alice in Wonderland"with the popular in The world. In addition Carol has a collection of poems "The Hunting of the Snark", "Jabberwocky" and other works so that people like.刘易斯·卡罗尔（Lewis Carroll，1832～1898）的真名叫查尔斯·勒特威奇·道奇森（Charles Lutwidge Dodgson），是一位数学家，长期在享有盛名的牛津大学任基督堂学院数学讲师，发表了好几本数学著作。他因有严重的口吃，故而不善与人交往，但他兴趣广泛，对小说、诗歌、逻辑都颇有造诣，还是一个优秀的儿童像摄影师。《爱丽丝漫游奇境记》是他兴之所致，给友人罗宾逊的女儿爱丽丝所讲的故事，写下后加上自己的插图送给了她（这个手写本近年在英国影印出版了）。后来在朋友鼓励下，卡罗尔将手稿加以修订、扩充、润色后，于1865年正式出版。卡罗尔后来又写了一部姐妹篇，叫《爱丽丝镜中奇遇记》（Through the Looking-Glass，and what Alice found there），并与《爱丽丝漫游奇境记》一起风行于世。此外卡罗尔还著有诗集《The Hunting of the Snark》、《Jabberwocky》等作品让人们喜欢。
《金银岛》 作者简介、人物简介 英文的
内容简介故事的主人翁吉姆，是一个十岁大的小男孩，吉姆的父母在黑山海湾旁经营一家旅馆名为「本鲍上将」。有一天，旅馆来了一位脸上带着刀疤、身材高大结实、非常引人注目的客人，原来他就是比尔船长。 吉姆非常喜欢听比尔船长讲故事，那些听起来挺吓人的经历，像是罪犯被处以绞刑、海盗双手被绑而且蒙眼走跳板、突如其来的海上大风暴、遍地骨骸的西班牙海盗巢穴等，每次都让吉姆又爱又怕，也让宁静的小镇增添了不少新鲜刺激的话题。 没多久，比尔船长因为饮酒过量加上受到惊吓而死在旅馆中，吉姆无意间发现比尔身上带着的一张藏宝图，那是海盗普林特船长所遗留下的，于是吉姆和一群人的金银岛寻宝的故事就此展开。 心怀不轨的海盗们乔装成一般的水手，当中还包括阴森诡谲的独脚水手西尔弗。大伙儿假装跟着吉姆和利弗希医生一起去寻宝，航海的过程中，充满了千辛万苦和千奇百怪的事。不仅发生了足以让人丧命的疟疾病乱，还曾经发生海盗们群体叛乱的恐怖事件。 惊涛骇浪中，到底吉姆一行人最后有没有找到传闻中那座遍地满是黄金宝藏的金银岛呢？他们又是否能平安地带着宝物归来呢？而独脚水手西尔弗又会在紧要关头使出什么阴谋诡计呢？ 充满冒险乐趣、惊心动魄、精彩生动的金银岛，绝对让你有高潮迭起、意想不到的深刻体验！ 斯蒂文森的《金银岛》对后世的影响也非常大，《金银岛》在好莱坞已经被数次改拍成电影电视，依旧十分受欢迎。可以这么说：如果说中国的孩子是看着《西游记》长大的，那么美国的孩子就是看着《金银岛》长大的，《金银岛》可算是有史以来最好看的海盗小说。 编辑本段作品起源 《金银岛》(又译《宝岛》)是史蒂文森所有作品中流传最广的代表作，其故事情节起源于史蒂文森所画的一幅地图。一八八一年冬，新婚不久的史蒂文森携夫人和养子回到苏格兰的住所。此时天气十分寒冷，屋外雨雪纷飞，全家人只好整天呆在屋内烤火。史蒂文森的养子劳埃德·奥斯本——一位十二岁的男孩要求他干一些有趣的事情来打发时光。于是史蒂文森拿起画笔,画了一幅题为“金银岛”的海岛地图，并把岛上的小山、河流和海港一一命名。史蒂文森后来回忆道：“当我望着金银岛地图时，本书中未来人物的面孔一一浮现在我的脑海里，他们在这几平方英寸的平面图上为探宝而厮杀搏斗，来回奔走。我记得我做的第二件事便是铺开一张纸，在上面写出本书各章目。”
英文简介：The author of the Harry Potter series is J.K. Rowling, born on July 31, 1965 in Gwentshire, England. He graduated from the University of Exeter in England and is a British writer.
Rowling loved to read and write stories from an early age. She had rich imagination and wrote Harry Potter stories. On December 12, 2017, J. K. Rowling was awarded the "Lord of Honor" by the British Royal Family, which is the highest rank of British medals and titles.
《哈利·波特》（Harry Potter）是英国作家J·K·罗琳（J. K. Rowling）于1997～2007年所著的魔幻文学系列小说，共7部。
其中前六部以霍格沃茨魔法学校（Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry）为主要舞台，描写的是主人公——年轻的巫师学生哈利·波特在霍格沃茨前后六年的学习生活和冒险故事；第七本描写的是哈利·波特在第二次魔法界大战中在外寻找魂器并消灭伏地魔的故事。
Jane EyreThe orphaned protagonist of the story. When the novel begins, she is an isolated, powerless ten-year-old living with an aunt and cousins who dislike her. As the novel progresses, she grows in strength. She distinguishes herself at Lowood School because of her hard work and strong intellectual abilities. As a governess at Thornfield, she learns of the pleasures and pains of love through her relationship with Edward Rochester. After being deceived by him, she goes to Marsh End, where she regains her spiritual focus and discovers her own strength when she rejects St. John River’s marriage proposal. By novel’s end she has become a powerful, independent woman, blissfully married to the man she loves, Rochester. Edward Fairfax Rochester Jane’s lover; a dark, passionate, brooding man. A traditional romantic hero, Rochester has lived a troubled wife. Married to an insane Creole woman, Bertha Mason, Rochester sought solace for several years in the arms of mistresses. Finally, he seeks to purify his life and wants Jane Eyre, the innocent governess he has hired to teach his foster daughter, Adèle Varens, to become his wife. The wedding falls through when she learns of the existence of his wife. As penance for his transgressions, he is punished by the loss of an eye and a hand when Bertha sets fire to Thornfield. He finally gains happiness at the novel’s end when he is reunited with Jane. Sarah Reed Jane’s unpleasant aunt, who raises her until she is ten years old. Despite Jane’s attempts at reconciliation before her aunt’s death, her aunt refuses to relent. She dies unloved by her children and unrepentant of her mistreatment of Jane. John Reed Jane’s nasty and spoiled cousin, responsible for Jane’s banishment to the red-room. Addicted to drinking and gambling, John supposedly commits suicide at the age of twenty-three when his mother is no longer willing or able to pay his debts. Eliza Reed Another one of Jane’s spoiled cousins, Eliza is insanely jealous of the beauty of her sister, Georgiana. She nastily breaks up Georgiana’s elopement with Lord Edwin Vere, and then becomes a devout Christian. But her brand of Christianity is devoid of all compassion or humanity; she shows no sympathy for her dying mother and vows to break off all contact with Georgiana after their mother’s death. Usefulness is her mantra. She enters a convent in Lisle, France, eventually becoming the Mother Superior and leaving her money to the church. Georgiana Reed Eliza’s and John’s sister, Georgiana is the beauty of the family. She’s also shallow and self-centered, interested primarily in her own pleasure. She accuses her sister, Eliza, of sabotaging her plans to marry Lord Edwin Vere. Like Eliza, she shows no emotion following their mother’s death. Eventually, Georgiana marries a wealthy, but worn-out society man. Bessie Lee The maid at Gateshead who sometimes consoles Jane by telling her entertaining stories and singing her songs. Bessie visits Jane at Lowood, impressed by Jane’s intellectual attainments and ladylike behavior. Bessie marries the coachman, Robert Leaven, and has three children. Mr. Lloyd The kind apothecary who suggests that Jane be sent to school following her horrifying experience in the red-room. His letter to Miss Temple clears Jane of the accusations Mrs. Reed has made against her. Mr. Brocklehurst The stingy, mean-hearted manager of Lowood. He hypocritically feeds the girls at the school starvation-level rations, while his wife and daughters live luxuriously. The minister of Brocklebridge Church, he represents a negative brand of Christianity, one that lacks all compassion or kindness. Helen Burns Jane’s spiritual and intellectual friend at Lowood. Although she is unfairly punished by Miss Scatcherd at Lowood, Helen maintains her poise, partially through her loving friendship with Miss Temple. From Helen, Jane learns tolerance and peace, but Jane can’t accept Helen’s rejection of the material world. Helen’s impressive intellectual attainments inspire Jane to work hard at school. Dying in Jane’s arms, Helen looks forward to peace in heaven and eventual reunion with Jane. Maria Temple The warm-hearted superintendent at Lowood who generously offers the girls bread and cheese when their breakfasts are inedible. An impressive scholar, a model of ladylike behavior and a compassionate person, Miss Temple is a positive role model for Jane. She cares for Jane and Helen, offering them seedcake in her room and providing Helen with a warm, private bed when she is dying. Miss Miller Teacher for the youngest students at Lowood who greets Jane on her first night at the school
在读研究生：At the Graduate School例句:1.你打算到哪里读研究生？Where are you going to do postgraduate work?
Nikolai Alexeevich Ostrovsky (Russian: Николай Алексеевич Островский) (29 September 1904 – 22 December 1936) was a Soviet socialist realist writer, who published his works during the Stalin era. He is best known for his renowned novel How the Steel Was Tempered on the Russian Civil War.Nikolai was the fifth child of a military officer and a daughter of Czech colonists (according to the official version, in a family of poor worker parents) in Volhynia. He attended the village church school until he was nine and then in 1913 he started working as a herds-boy. In 1914, his family moved to the railroad town of Shepetovka where Nikolai joined an elementary school from which he is expelled by his scripture teacher. He started working in the kitchens at the railroad station, but was dismissed in 1917 for sleeping on the job. He switched jobs working at a timber yard, then becoming a stoker's mate and then an electrician at the local power station.According to the official biography, when the Germans occupied the town in spring of 1918, Nikolai ran errands for the local Bolshevik underground. In July 1918 he joined the Komsomol and the Red Army in August. He served in the Kotovsky cavalry brigade. In 1920 he was reportedly wounded near Lviv and contracted typhus. He returned to the army only to be wounded again and was demobilized on medical grounds. However, in the autobiographies written by Ostrovsky himself, he never mentioned that he had served in the Red Army. His military service was probably ascribed to him by the official propaganda to make a hero and a martyr of him.In 1921, he began working in railway workshops of Kiev as an electrician and as the secretary of the local Komsomol.Suffering from rheumatism and typhus, in August 1922 he was sent to Berdybsk, a resort on the Sea of Azov, for treatment. In October 1922 he was officially declared an invalid; however he continued working. In 1923 he was appointed Commisar of the Red Army's Second Training Battalion and Komsomol secretary for Berezdov in western Ukraine. In January 1924 he went to Izyaslav as the head of Komsomol district committee and in August 1924 he joined the Communist Party. In 1925, with his health rapidly declining, he went to Kharkov for medical treatment and in May 1926 he went to a sanatorium in the Crimea. By December 1926 poly-arthritis deprived him of almost all mobility and be became virtually bedridden. In December 1927 Nikolai began a correspondence course at the Sverdlov Communist University in Moscow that he completed it in June 1929. In August, he lost his vision.Undaunted by his paralysis and blindness, in 1930, he began work on first novel, How the Steel Was Tempered which became renowned and influential in the Communist world. He also wrote articles for newspapers and journals and spoke often on the radio. In April 1932 he became a member of the Moscow branch of the Association of Proletarian Writers and in June 1934 he joined the Union of Soviet Writers. On October 1, 1935, he was awarded the Order of Lenin.After suffering for years from paralysis, illness and blindness, the real reason for which were congenital Ankylosing spondylitis as well as complications after the typhus, Nikolai passed away on 22 December 1936, aged 32. His death did not allow him to complete his second novel, Born of the Storm on the Russian civil war in Ukraine