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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Minnie remembered Hanson's remonstrance.
2.  Another silence.
3.  The day after Carrie's appearance on the Avery stage, Mrs.Hurstwood visited the races with Jessica and a youth of heracquaintance, Mr. Bart Taylor, the son of the owner of a localhouse-furnishing establishment. They had driven out early, and,as it chanced, encountered several friends of Hurstwood, allElks, and two of whom had attended the performance the eveningbefore. A thousand chances the subject of the performance hadnever been brought up had Jessica not been so engaged by theattentions of her young companion, who usurped as much time aspossible. This left Mrs. Hurstwood in the mood to extend theperfunctory greetings of some who knew her into shortconversations, and the short conversations of friends into longones. It was from one who meant but to greet her perfunctorilythat this interesting intelligence came.
4.  "No, you didn't," she contradicted, suddenly recovering hervoice. "You didn't do anything of the kind."
5.  "Have you seen him recently?"
6.  She had forgotten, in considering and explaining the result ofher day, that Drouet might come. Now, when she saw howunreceptive these two people were, she hoped he would not. Shedid not know exactly what she would do or how she would explainto Drouet, if he came. After supper she changed her clothes.When she was trimly dressed she was rather a sweet little being,with large eyes and a sad mouth. Her face expressed the mingledexpectancy, dissatisfaction, and depression she felt. Shewandered about after the dishes were put away, talked a littlewith Minnie, and then decided to go down and stand in the door atthe foot of the stairs. If Drouet came, she could meet him there.Her face took on the semblance of a look of happiness as she puton her hat to go below.


1.  Carrie smiled.
2.  He called a cab and was driven through the dreary rain to theNorth Side. On the way his temper cooled as he thought of thedetails of the case. What did she know? What had she done? Maybeshe'd got hold of Carrie, who knows--or--or Drouet. Perhaps shereally had evidence, and was prepared to fell him as a man doesanother from secret ambush. She was shrewd. Why should shetaunt him this way unless she had good grounds?
3.  Suddenly a pair of eyes met Carrie's in recognition. They werelooking out from a group of poorly dressed girls. Their clotheswere faded and loose-hanging, their jackets old, their generalmake-up shabby.
4.  "Well, it's too much, anyhow," said Carrie. "I oughtn't to bemade to pay for it. I've got more than I can pay for now."
5.  Carrie seemed not to listen. She only turned her head toward thewindow, where outside all was black. The train was speeding withsteady grace across the fields and through patches of wood. Thelong whistles came with sad, musical effect as the lonelywoodland crossings were approached.
6.  "Where has he gone?" he asked, looking up. He had never beforebeen kept in ignorance concerning departures.


1.  Then came a week in which the first fruits of success wereoffered to her lips--bowl after bowl. It did not matter that hersplendid salary had not begun. The world seemed satisfied withthe promise. She began to get letters and cards. A Mr. Withers--whom she did not know from Adam--having learned by some hook orcrook where she resided, bowed himself politely in.
2.  Now, when such little things, such as the proposed earlier startto Waukesha, came up, they made clear to him his position. Hewas being made to follow, was not leading. When, in addition, asharp temper was manifested, and to the process of shoulderinghim out of his authority was added a rousing intellectual kick,such as a sneer or a cynical laugh, he was unable to keep histemper. He flew into hardly repressed passion, and wishedhimself clear of the whole household. It seemed a mostirritating drag upon all his desires and opportunities.
3.  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.
4.  "I did go part of the way, but I left the Party a mile down theroad."
5.   This little experience settled her hunting for one day. Shelooked around elsewhere, but it was from the outside. She gotthe location of several playhouses fixed in her mind--notably theGrand Opera House and McVickar's, both of which were leading inattractions--and then came away. Her spirits were materiallyreduced, owing to the newly restored sense of magnitude of thegreat interests and the insignificance of her claims uponsociety, such as she understood them to be.
6.  "So you want something to do," said Mr. Brown, after he inquiredconcerning the nature of her errand. "Have you ever beenemployed in a shoe factory before?"


1.  "Don't you think Mr. Barclay's pretty nice?" inquired Lola, whohad received a condescending smile or two from that quarter.
2.  In the morning he put on his best clothes, which were poorenough, and began stirring about, putting some bread and meatinto a page of a newspaper. Carrie watched him, interested inthis new move.
3.  "Is Mr. Drouet stopping here?" he asked of the clerk.
4、  "Oh, you haven't," he said, eyeing her keenly.
5、  "You," said Carrie, "you! What have you done for me?"




  • 何刚 08-07

      "I don't know," answered Carrie.

  • 尹新星 08-07

      Carrie felt this as a personal reproof. She read "Dora Thorne,"or had a great deal in the past. It seemed only fair to her, butshe supposed that people thought it very fine. Now this clear-eyed, fine-headed youth, who looked something like a student toher, made fun of it. It was poor to him, not worth reading. Shelooked down, and for the first time felt the pain of notunderstanding.

  • 张士林 08-07

       In the bedroom, off the front room, was Carrie's trunk, bought byDrouet, and in the wardrobe built into the wall quite an array ofclothing--more than she had ever possessed before, and of verybecoming designs. There was a third room for possible use as akitchen, where Drouet had Carrie establish a little portable gasstove for the preparation of small lunches, oysters, Welshrarebits, and the like, of which he was exceedingly fond; and,lastly, a bath. The whole place was cosey, in that it waslighted by gas and heated by furnace registers, possessing also asmall grate, set with an asbestos back, a method of cheerfulwarming which was then first coming into use. By her industryand natural love of order, which now developed, the placemaintained an air pleasing in the extreme.

  • 刘莺春 08-07

      "What about it?" his mind asked, and for answer he put his handslowly up and scratched his head.

  • 彭丽敏 08-06

    {  "Now, I'll tell you what you do," he said, "you go out there andget whatever you want and come away."

  • 潘立刚 08-05

      "No," he said, weakly.}

  • 汤莉华 08-05

      "I'll speak to Mayhew about this to-morrow," he thought.

  • 谭遥 08-05

      Carrie smiled to think of it.

  • 金香盈 08-04

       Here was a type of the travelling canvasser for a manufacturinghouse--a class which at that time was first being dubbed by theslang of the day "drummers." He came within the meaning of astill newer term, which had sprung into general use amongAmericans in 1880, and which concisely expressed the thought ofone whose dress or manners are calculated to elicit theadmiration of susceptible young women--a "masher." His suit wasof a striped and crossed pattern of brown wool, new at that time,but since become familiar as a business suit. The low crotch ofthe vest revealed a stiff shirt bosom of white and pink stripes.From his coat sleeves protruded a pair of linen cuffs of the samepattern, fastened with large, gold plate buttons, set with thecommon yellow agates known as "cat's-eyes." His fingers boreseveral rings--one, the ever-enduring heavy seal--and from hisvest dangled a neat gold watch chain, from which was suspendedthe secret insignia of the Order of Elks. The whole suit wasrather tight-fitting, and was finished off with heavy-soled tanshoes, highly polished, and the grey fedora hat. He was, for theorder of intellect represented, attractive, and whatever he hadto recommend him, you may be sure was not lost upon Carrie, inthis, her first glance.

  • 卓君 08-02

    {  "Oh," she said at last, "you mustn't look at me like that."

  • 马璐 08-02

      The Vances, who had been back in the city ever since Christmas,had not forgotten Carrie; but they, or rather Mrs. Vance, hadnever called on her, for the very simple reason that Carrie hadnever sent her address. True to her nature, she correspondedwith Mrs. Vance as long as she still lived in Seventy-eighthStreet, but when she was compelled to move into Thirteenth, herfear that the latter would take it as an indication of reducedcircumstances caused her to study some way of avoiding thenecessity of giving her address. Not finding any convenientmethod, she sorrowfully resigned the privilege of writing to herfriend entirely. The latter wondered at this strange silence,thought Carrie must have left the city, and in the end gave herup as lost. So she was thoroughly surprised to encounter her inFourteenth Street, where she had gone shopping. Carrie was therefor the same purpose.