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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, well," said Drouet, "you did out of sight. That wassimply great. I knew you could do it. Oh, but you're a littledaisy!"
2.  Hurstwood went down and out. He walked straight away in thedirection indicated, while the policemen looked after.
3.  "I want you to come over this evening and meet my husband," saidMrs. Vance, not long after their intimacy began. "He wants tomeet you. You play cards, don't you?"
4.  In her comfortable chambers at the Waldorf, Carrie was reading atthis time "Pere Goriot," which Ames had recommended to her. Itwas so strong, and Ames's mere recommendation had so aroused herinterest, that she caught nearly the full sympatheticsignificance of it. For the first time, it was being borne inupon her how silly and worthless had been her earlier reading, asa whole. Becoming wearied, however, she yawned and came to thewindow, looking out upon the old winding procession of carriagesrolling up Fifth Avenue.
5.  Carrie imagined that he would marry her at once, though he hadnot directly said so, and her spirits rose. She proposed to makethe best of the situation until Drouet left again.
6.  "I wouldn't like to live in Chicago and him here," she said,thinking of Drouet.


1.  "Several weeks, anyhow," he said, looking steadily into her eyes.
2.  He ate in a cheap restaurant in the vicinity, and, being cold andlonely, went straight off to seek the loft in question. Thecompany was not attempting to run cars after nightfall. It wasso advised by the police.
3.  "Don't you think you could love me a little?" he pleaded, takingone of her hands, which she endeavoured to draw away. "You oncesaid you did."
4.  "Sure," said Drouet, quite pleased at the attention shown.
5.  Lest this order of individual should permanently pass, let me putdown some of the most striking characteristics of his mostsuccessful manner and method. Good clothes, of course, were thefirst essential, the things without which he was nothing. Astrong physical nature, actuated by a keen desire for thefeminine, was the next. A mind free of any consideration of theproblems or forces of the world and actuated not by greed, but aninsatiable love of variable pleasure. His method was alwayssimple. Its principal element was daring, backed, of course, byan intense desire and admiration for the sex. Let him meet witha young woman once and he would approach her with an air ofkindly familiarity, not unmixed with pleading, which would resultin most cases in a tolerant acceptance. If she showed anytendency to coquetry he would be apt to straighten her tie, or ifshe "took up" with him at all, to call her by her first name. Ifhe visited a department store it was to lounge familiarly overthe counter and ask some leading questions. In more exclusivecircles, on the train or in waiting stations, he went slower. Ifsome seemingly vulnerable object appeared he was all attention--to pass the compliments of the day, to lead the way to the parlorcar, carrying her grip, or, failing that, to take a seat next herwith the hope of being able to court her to her destination.Pillows, books, a footstool, the shade lowered; all these figuredin the things which he could do. If, when she reached herdestination he did not alight and attend her baggage for her, itwas because, in his own estimation, he had signally failed.
6.  She began to see that her relations with Drouet would have to beabandoned. He could not come here. She read from the manner ofHanson, in the subdued air of Minnie, and, indeed, the wholeatmosphere of the flat, a settled opposition to anything save aconservative round of toil. If Hanson sat every evening in thefront room and read his paper, if he went to bed at nine, andMinnie a little later, what would they expect of her? She sawthat she would first need to get work and establish herself on apaying basis before she could think of having company of anysort. Her little flirtation with Drouet seemed now anextraordinary thing.


1.  "Yes, I will," said Drouet.
2.  "Do you lose what you put in?"
3.  "All right. I will do that," said the master.
4.  "Where is he?"
5.   "Come, girls," said Mrs. Van Dam, solemnly, "let us look afterour things. They are no longer safe when such an accomplishedthief enters."
6.  "He hasn't talked to me about any of these later flames," thoughtHurstwood to himself. "He thinks I think he cares for the girlout there."


1.  His paper would then engross his thoughts.
2.  As the first half-hour waned, certain characters appeared. Hereand there in the passing crowds one might see, now and then, aloiterer edging interestedly near. A slouchy figure crossed theopposite corner and glanced furtively in his direction. Anothercame down Fifth Avenue to the corner of Twenty-sixth Street, tooka general survey, and hobbled off again. Two or three noticeableBowery types edged along the Fifth Avenue side of Madison Square,but did not venture over. The soldier, in his cape overcoat,walked a short line of ten feet at his corner, to and fro,indifferently whistling.
3.  At last, the chief comedian, singing in the centre of the stage,noticed a giggle where it was not expected. Then another andanother. When the place came for loud applause it was onlymoderate. What could be the trouble? He realised that somethingwas up.
4、  "I'm not mad," he answered.
5、  Of course, as his own self-respect vanished, it perished for himin Carrie. She could not understand what had gotten into theman. He had some money, he had a decent suit remaining, he wasnot bad looking when dressed up. She did not forget her owndifficult struggle in Chicago, but she did not forget either thatshe had never ceased trying. He never tried. He did not evenconsult the ads in the papers any more.




  • 达内尔·莱瓦 08-03

      While he was idly pondering, satisfied to be inside, a well-dressed man passed up the lobby, stopped, looked sharply, as ifnot sure of his memory, and then approached. Hurstwoodrecognised Cargill, the owner of the large stables in Chicago ofthe same name, whom he had last seen at Avery Hall, the nightCarrie appeared there. The remembrance of how this individualbrought up his wife to shake hands on that occasion was also onthe instant clear.

  • 王璞 08-03

      "Well, come at three," said Carrie, pleasantly.

  • 鲍鲸鲸 08-03

       "I know where I could get the loveliest room and bath, cheap.It's too big for me, but it would be just right for two, and therent is only six dollars a week for both."

  • 王大明 08-03

      It merely happened to be Carrie who was courtesying before him.It might as well have been any of the others, so far as he wasconcerned. He expected no answer and a dull one would have beenreproved. But Carrie, whose experience and belief in herselfgave her daring, courtesied sweetly again and answered:

  • 蒙太古 08-02

    {  Carrie was very indifferent to the suggestion. These were thingswhich she did not like at all.

  • 宋凌云 08-01

      "Oh, I do want to see Nat Goodwin," said Mrs. Vance. "I do thinkhe is the jolliest actor. The papers say this is such a goodplay."}

  • 闫志国 08-01

      "Aren't you very tired?" he said.

  • 吴良镛 08-01

      The two policemen looked about them calmly.

  • 罗涛 07-31

       "Look at the bloke ridin'."

  • 陈万天 07-29

    {  For her part, Carrie had experienced a world of fancy and feelingsince she had left him, the night before. She had listened toDrouet's enthusiastic maunderings with much regard for that partwhich concerned herself, with very little for that which affectedhis own gain. She kept him at such lengths as she could, becauseher thoughts were with her own triumph. She felt Hurstwood'spassion as a delightful background to her own achievement, andshe wondered what he would have to say. She was sorry for him,too, with that peculiar sorrow which finds somethingcomplimentary to itself in the misery of another. She was nowexperiencing the first shades of feeling of that subtle changewhich removes one out of the ranks of the suppliants into thelines of the dispensers of charity. She was, all in all,exceedingly happy.

  • 邵建勇 07-29

      "Don't show any more interest in me than you ever have,"Hurstwood counselled concerning the evening at the theatre.