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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I'll be there," said Hurstwood affectionately. "I can fix it sohe won't know you told me. You leave it to me."
2.  "Where do you want to go?" he enquired.
3.  "I guess this thing's got to come to an end," he said, affectingan air of concern.
4.  "Is it in Chicago?" she asked nervously. They were now farbeyond the city limits, and the train was scudding across theIndiana line at a great rate.
5.  For all his study nothing came of the evening except this--hesent the money. It was with great opposition, after two or threehours of the most urgent mental affirmation and denial, that atlast he got an envelope, placed in it the requested amount, andslowly sealed it up.
6.  "Well, never mind," she exclaimed. Her lips tightened. Thefeeling of mutual antagonism was increased.


1.  Since he feigned to believe in her married state he found that hehad to carry out the part. His triumph, he saw, was still at alittle distance. How far he could not guess.
2.  "I don't think I'll ever be able to do much with Shaughnessy."
3.  "I don't know," he said. "I can't do any more than look."
4.  "That's right," said Shaughnessy.
5.  Crack came an officer's club on his forehead. He blinked hiseyes blindly a few times, wabbled on his legs, threw up hishands, and staggered back. In return, a swift fist landed on theofficer's neck.
6.  "Here," she said, taking them out of the bureau drawer.


1.  "Well, come on and have a talk, then, anyhow."
2.  He left her revived by the possibilities, sure that she had foundsomething at last. Instantly the blood crept warmly over herbody. Her nervous tension relaxed. She walked out into the busystreet and discovered a new atmosphere. Behold, the throng wasmoving with a lightsome step. She noticed that men and womenwere smiling. Scraps of conversation and notes of laughterfloated to her. The air was light. People were already pouringout of the buildings, their labour ended for the day. Shenoticed that they were pleased, and thoughts of her sister's homeand the meal that would be awaiting her quickened her steps. Shehurried on, tired perhaps, but no longer weary of foot. Whatwould not Minnie say! Ah, the long winter in Chicago--thelights, the crowd, the amusement! This was a great, pleasingmetropolis after all. Her new firm was a goodly institution.Its windows were of huge plate glass. She could probably do wellthere. Thoughts of Drouet returned--of the things he had toldher. She now felt that life was better, that it was livelier,sprightlier. She boarded a car in the best of spirits, feelingher blood still flowing pleasantly. She would live in Chicago,her mind kept saying to itself. She would have a better timethan she had ever had before--she would be happy.
4.  When they were alone, Drouet did not change in the least. Hetalked in the same general way as if they were out in the street.Carrie left her things.
5.   His wife had really not anticipated a row of this character. Shehad come down to the breakfast table feeling a little out ofsorts with herself and revolving a scheme which she had in hermind. Jessica had called her attention to the fact that theraces were not what they were supposed to be. The socialopportunities were not what they had thought they would be thisyear. The beautiful girl found going every day a dull thing.There was an earlier exodus this year of people who were anybodyto the watering places and Europe. In her own circle ofacquaintances several young men in whom she was interested hadgone to Waukesha. She began to feel that she would like to gotoo, and her mother agreed with her.
6.  "And her name?"


1.  "Dear Sir: We beg to inform you that we are instructed to waituntil to-morrow (Thursday) at one o'clock, before filing suitagainst you, on behalf of Mrs. Julia Hurstwood, for divorce andalimony. If we do not hear from you before that time we shallconsider that you do not wish to compromise the matter in any wayand act accordingly. "Very truly yours, etc."
2.  "Say, Cad," he said, looking at her, "you mustn't be nervous.Wake up. Those guys out there don't amount to anything. Whatare you afraid of?"
3.  "I don't know," said Carrie vaguely--a flash vision of thepossibility of her not securing employment rising in her mind.
4、  The immediate result of this was nothing. Results from suchthings are usually long in growing. Morning brings a change offeeling. The existent condition invariably pleads for itself.It is only at odd moments that we get glimpses of the misery ofthings. The heart understands when it is confronted withcontrasts. Take them away and the ache subsides.
5、  "Never mind him," said one of the officers. "He's up to somegame."




  • 庄小蕾 08-05

      On this trip he enjoyed himself thoroughly, and when it was overhe was sorry to get back. He was not willingly a prevaricator,and hated thoroughly to make explanations concerning it. Thewhole incident was glossed over with general remarks, but Mrs.Hurstwood gave the subject considerable thought. She drove outmore, dressed better, and attended theatres freely to make up forit.

  • 何希勇 08-05

      The calm suggestion of the man astonished her a little,especially in the light of recent developments. Her dawningindependence gave her more courage to observe, and she felt as ifshe wanted to say things. Still she could not talk to him as shehad to Drouet. There was something in the man's manner of whichshe had always stood in awe. He seemed to have some invisiblestrength in reserve.

  • 白蓉 08-05

       When in the flush of such feelings he heard his wife's voice,when the insistent demands of matrimony recalled him from dreamsto a stale practice, how it grated. He then knew that this was achain which bound his feet.

  • 孟醒石 08-05

      There came a day when the first premonitory blast of winter sweptover the city. It scudded the fleecy clouds in the heavens,trailed long, thin streamers of smoke from the tall stacks, andraced about the streets and corners in sharp and sudden puffs.Carrie now felt the problem of winter clothes. What was she todo? She had no winter jacket, no hat, no shoes. It was difficultto speak to Minnie about this, but at last she summoned thecourage.

  • 刘江梅 08-04

    {  Hurstwood saw it all clearly enough. He was shrewd after hiskind, and yet there was enough decency in the man to stop himfrom making any effectual protest. In his almost inexplicableapathy he was content to droop supinely while Carrie drifted outof his life, just as he was willing supinely to see opportunitypass beyond his control. He could not help clinging andprotesting in a mild, irritating, and ineffectual way, however--away that simply widened the breach by slow degrees.

  • 陆奥宗光 08-03

      Thus, ever, the voice of success.Still, she could not keep her secret. She tried to be calm andindifferent, but it was a palpable sham.}

  • 茅中元 08-03

      "Well," he said in answer, "we'd be glad to consider yourapplication. We shan't decide for a few days yet. Suppose yousend us your references."

  • 弗拉基米尔·扎哈罗夫 08-03

      "Sixty-seven," the coach-caller was saying, his voice lifted in asort of euphonious cry. "Sixty-seven."

  • 朱琛烨 08-02

       The men complained that this system was extending, and that thetime was not far off when but a few out of 7,000 employees wouldhave regular two-dollar-a-day work at all. They demanded thatthe system be abolished, and that ten hours be considered a day'swork, barring unavoidable delays, with .25 pay. They demandedimmediate acceptance of these terms, which the various trolleycompanies refused.

  • 张沛欧 07-31

    {  "Why, you little sinner," the latter exclaimed, as she saw Carriecoming toward her across the now vacant stage. "How in the worlddid this happen?"

  • 姜明 07-31

      "Are you a born New Yorker?" asked Ames of Carrie.