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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Only until Wednesday. I'm going up to St. Paul."
2.  "'We sail for Liverpool from New York,'" Jessica exclaimed,mocking her acquaintance. "'Expect to spend most of the "summah"in France,'--vain thing. As If it was anything to go to Europe."
3.  The effect of this was like roiling helpless waters. Carrietroubled over it in her rocking-chair for days.
4.  On the fourth day, however, it cleared, and he read that thestorm was over. Now, however, he idled, thinking how sloppy thestreets would be.
5.  The next day she asked him about his venture.
6.  Both Hurstwood and Drouet viewed her pretty figure with risingfeelings. The fact that such ability should reveal itself inher, that they should see it set forth under such effectivecircumstances, framed almost in massy gold and shone upon by theappropriate lights of sentiment and personality, heightened hercharm for them. She was more than the old Carrie to Drouet. Helonged to be at home with her until he could tell her. Heawaited impatiently the end, when they should go home alone.


1.  Carrie smiled.
2.  "Come off the car, pardner," said one of the men in a voice meantto be conciliatory. "You don't want to take the bread out ofanother man's mouth, do you?"
3.  Also, he had been wont to pay fifteen cents for a shave, and atip of ten cents. In his first distress, he cut down the tip tofive, then to nothing. Later, he tried a ten-cent barber shop,and, finding that the shave was satisfactory, patronisedregularly. Later still, he put off shaving to every other day,then to every third, and so on, until once a week became therule. On Saturday he was a sight to see.
4.  "I believe I'll turn in," said the man.
5.  Hurstwood was sorry when a character, known as Peach Blossom,interrupted her. He stirred irritably, for he wished her to goon. He was charmed by the pale face, the lissome figure, drapedin pearl grey, with a coiled string of pearls at the throat.Carrie had the air of one who was weary and in need ofprotection, and, under the fascinating make-believe of themoment, he rose in feeling until he was ready in spirit to go toher and ease her out of her misery by adding to his own delight.
6.  While this was still in his mind, the incident with Oeslogge andCarrie occurred. There had been a good deal to irritate him, butthis seemed much the worst. Never before had she accused him ofstealing--or very near that. She doubted the naturalness of solarge a bill. And he had worked so hard to make expenses seemlight. He had been "doing" butcher and baker in order not tocall on her. He had eaten very little--almost nothing.


1.  "They're not trying to run any cars except with police. Theydon't want anybody just now--not before next week."
2.  In the drive of the wind and sleet they pushed in on one another.There were wrists, unprotected by coat or pocket, which were redwith cold. There were ears, half covered by every conceivablesemblance of a hat, which still looked stiff and bitten. In thesnow they shifted, now one foot, now another, almost rocking inunison.
3.  "Why do you want to start on that again?" said Carrie. "You wereto blame."
4.  "Yes, I saw George," returned Drouet. "Great old boy, isn't he?We had quite a time there together."
5.   "What sort of a place is it?" he asked, feeling in his veins asif now he might get something good also.
6.  He came over, and was about to begin a conversation with her,when a knock came at their door.


1.  She conceived a true estimate of Drouet. To her, and indeed toall the world, he was a nice, good-hearted man. There wasnothing evil in the fellow. He gave her the money out of a goodheart--out of a realisation of her want. He would not have giventhe same amount to a poor young man, but we must not forget thata poor young man could not, in the nature of things, haveappealed to him like a poor young girl. Femininity affected hisfeelings. He was the creature of an inborn desire. Yet nobeggar could have caught his eye and said, "My God, mister, I'mstarving," but he would gladly have handed out what wasconsidered the proper portion to give beggars and thought no moreabout it. There would have been no speculation, nophilosophising. He had no mental process in him worthy thedignity of either of those terms. In his good clothes and finehealth, he was a merry, unthinking moth of the lamp. Deprived ofhis position, and struck by a few of the involved and bafflingforces which sometimes play upon man, he would have been ashelpless as Carrie--as helpless, as non-understanding, aspitiable, if you will, as she.
2.  "The next time you get a pair of shoes, dearie," said Mrs. Vance,"get button, with thick soles and patent-leather tips. They'reall the rage this fall."
3.  "She can't be long, now," he said to himself, half fearing toencounter her and equally depressed at the thought that she mighthave gone in by another way. His stomach was so empty that itached.
4、  Hurstwood was now fully aroused to the immediate difficulty, andceased to think of his own situation. He must do something withthis girl, or she would cause him trouble. He tried the art ofpersuasion with all his powers aroused.
5、  "Are you satisfied?" he asked, thinking of how well she did thenight before.




  • 毛娟 08-07

      "I was going to tell you the other evening," he added, "butsomehow the opportunity slipped away."

  • 黄漪清 08-07

      The first gleam of fairness shone in this proposition for Carrie.It seemed a plausible thing to do, much as she feared hisopposition if she tried to carry it out. Montreal and New York!Even now she was speeding toward those great, strange lands, andcould see them if she liked. She thought, but made no sign.

  • 格雷格·亨特 08-07

       "Well, I do, if she doesn't," returned the mother, "and, anyhow,I don't like you to talk that way to me. You're too young to puton such an air with your mother."

  • 凯里-欧文 08-07

      Hurstwood said nothing. He had seen the new things she wasbuying; the way she was neglecting household duties; thereadiness with which she was slipping out afternoons and staying.He felt that something was going to happen. All at once shespoke:

  • 钟艳华 08-06

    {  Carrie said nothing, but bent over her work. She felt as thoughshe could hardly endure such a life. Her idea of work had beenso entirely different. All during the long afternoon she thoughtof the city outside and its imposing show, crowds, and finebuildings. Columbia City and the better side of her home lifecame back. By three o'clock she was sure it must be six, and byfour it seemed as if they had forgotten to note the hour and wereletting all work overtime. The foreman became a true ogre,prowling constantly about, keeping her tied down to her miserabletask. What she heard of the conversation about her only made herfeel sure that she did not want to make friends with any ofthese. When six o'clock came she hurried eagerly away, her armsaching and her limbs stiff from sitting in one position.

  • 林云 08-05

      "Well, we'll have to wait here, boys, until some one does.Twelve cents isn't so very much for one man."}

  • 圣莱达 08-05

      She got a pretty letter from the manager, saying that by the timeshe got it he would be waiting for her in the park. When shecame, he shone upon her as the morning sun.

  • 李白 08-05

      "I don't know," said Hanson, and went over to the baby, hisforehead slightly wrinkled.

  • 卢亚明 08-04

       "Well, you never can tell," returned Hurstwood gently. "Heprobably thought he was right."

  • 刘金良 08-02

    {  "I have the promise of something."

  • 覃某见 08-02

      "I've been trying to find some dramatic agents."