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However, I had conceived a violent antipathy even to the name of natural philosophy. When I was quite restored to health, the sight of a chemical instrument would bring back all the agony of my nervous symptoms. Henry had noticed this, and had removed all my old apparatus from the apartment. I saw plainly that he was surprised, but he never tried to draw my secret from me. And although I loved him with deepest gratitude and affection, I could never persuade myself to confess to him. His principal interest was foreign languages and now that I wished to flee reflection, and hated my own former studies, I took great pleasure in sharing those of my friend. この文章の訳が知りたいのでわかる方訳を教えてください。よろしくお願いします!!自分で訳した結果は しかしながら、私は自然哲学の名前でさえ激しい反感を想像した。 私が健康に完全に回復したとき、化学器械の見解は私の神経の症状のすべての苦痛がかえってくるだろう。 ヘンリーは、これに気付いて、寝室から私のすべての古い装置を取り外しました。 私は彼が驚いたところをはっきりと見た。しかし、彼は決して私から秘密を聞きだそうとしなかった。 そして、私は深い感謝の気持ちと愛情をもって彼を愛していましたが、彼に告白する決意ができなかった。 彼の主な興味は外国の言語でそして、沈思黙考を避けることを願って、私自身の前の研究が嫌いであったので、私の友人のそれらを共有しながら、大きい喜びをつかみました。

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こんにちは!  やはりヘンリーでしたか!そうじゃないかと... 1)However, I had conceived a violent antipathy even to the name of natural philosophy. (○貴訳)しかしながら、私は自然哲学の名前でさえ激しい反感を想像した。 (コメント)*conceive は、「心にいだく」という意味です。やはり過去完了ですね。何より前なのか、これだけでは分かりませんが、「~していた」という訳がいいでしょう。 (●代案)しかしながら、私は自然哲学というものには、その名を聞くさえ激しい反感を抱いていたものでした。 2)When I was quite restored to health, the sight of a chemical instrument would bring back all the agony of my nervous symptoms. (○貴訳)私が健康に完全に回復したとき、化学器械の見解は私の神経の症状のすべての苦痛がかえってくるだろう。 (コメント)*sight は「光景」すなわち、「(化学機器)を見ること」です。  *wouldは「過去の習慣」すなわち、「~したものだ」です。 (●代案)私が健康を完全に回復したとき、化学機器を見るたびに、私の神経症状のすべての苦しみがよみがえってきて困りました。 3)Henry had noticed this, and had removed all my old apparatus from the apartment. (○貴訳)ヘンリーは、これに気付いて、寝室から私のすべての古い装置を取り外しました。 (コメント)とてもいいと思います!apartmentは「部屋」くらいでしょうか? 4)I saw plainly that he was surprised, but he never tried to draw my secret from me. (○貴訳)私は彼が驚いたところをはっきりと見た。しかし、彼は決して私から秘密を聞きだそうとしなかった。 (コメント)*saw は一度だけ見た、というより、「分かった」くらいでしょう。あとはいい訳ですね。 5)And although I loved him with deepest gratitude and affection, I could never persuade myself to confess to him. (○貴訳)そして、私は深い感謝の気持ちと愛情をもって彼を愛していましたが、彼に告白する決意ができなかった。 (コメント)*deepest は訳すべきでしょうね。 (●代案)そして、私はとても深い感謝の気持ちと愛情をもって彼を愛していましたが、彼に告白することにはどうしても踏み切れませんでした。 7)His principal interest was foreign languages and now that I wished to flee reflection, and hated my own former studies, I took great pleasure in sharing those of my friend. (○貴訳)彼の主な興味は外国の言語で、そして、沈思黙考を避けることを願って、私自身の前の研究が嫌いであったので、私の友人のそれらを共有しながら、大きい喜びをつかみました。 (コメント)いいと思います。those of my friend は、Henry's interest in foreign languages ですね。訳出したほうが分かりやすくなるかもしれません。 (●代案)彼の主な興味は外国の言語でした。私はあれこれ思い巡らすことを避けることから逃げたいと思っていましたし、私自身の前の研究が嫌いであったので、ヘンリーの外国語への興味を共有することに大きな喜びを感じました。  以上、ご参考になれば幸いです!

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