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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I don't seem to have," answered Carrie. "It's about as strangeto me as when I first came here."
2.  There was the least quaver in her voice as she said this.Somehow, the influence he was exerting was powerful. They cameto an understanding of each other without words--he of hersituation, she of the fact that he realised it."No," he said, "you can't make it!" genuine sympathy filling hismind for the time. "Let me help you. You take some of mymoney."
3.  "Why, no," said Lola, going for her purse.
4.  "You weren't here," he said, "when I came back this morning, andI thought you had gone out."
5.  This pleased Hurstwood immensely. He gave Drouet no credit forany feelings toward Carrie whatever. He envied him, and now, ashe looked at the well-dressed jolly salesman, whom he so muchliked, the gleam of the rival glowed in his eye. He began to"size up" Drouet from the standpoints of wit and fascination. Hebegan to look to see where he was weak. There was no disputingthat, whatever he might think of him as a good fellow, he felt acertain amount of contempt for him as a lover. He could hoodwinkhim all right. Why, if he would just let Carrie see one suchlittle incident as that of Thursday, it would settle the matter.He ran on in thought, almost exulting, the while he laughed andchatted, and Drouet felt nothing. He had no power of analysingthe glance and the atmosphere of a man like Hurstwood. He stoodand smiled and accepted the invitation while his friend examinedhim with the eye of a hawk.
6.  When Hanson came home he wore the same inscrutable demeanour. Hewashed in silence and went off to read his paper. At dinnerCarrie felt a little nervous. The strain of her own plans wereconsiderable, and the feeling that she was not welcome here wasstrong.


1.  "So we ought," he observed readily.
2.  "Oh, yes, sir. I know her."
3.  Hurstwood opened the door, outside of which stood the individualwhom he had so thoroughly suspected.
4.  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.
5.  "What are you thinking about, Miss Madenda?" inquired her merrycompanion. "Come, now, let's see if I can guess."
6.  After rehearsal Carrie informed Lola."Did they really?" exclaimed the latter, thinking of theWellington as a group of managers. "Isn't that fine? Oh, jolly!It's so swell. That's where we dined that night we went withthose two Cushing boys. Don't you know?"


1.  "You'll feel better when we reach Montreal," he said.
2.  "Why don't you take anything, George, temporarily?" she said."What difference does it make? Maybe, after a while, you'll getsomething better."
3.  "Better send him to Bellevue," he recommended. "He's gotpneumonia."
4.  The man gave him a last push and closed the door. As he did so,Hurstwood slipped and fell in the snow. It hurt him, and somevague sense of shame returned. He began to cry and swearfoolishly.
5.   Such feelings as were generated in Carrie by this walk put her inan exceedingly receptive mood for the pathos which followed inthe play. The actor whom they had gone to see had achieved hispopularity by presenting a mellow type of comedy, in whichsufficient sorrow was introduced to lend contrast and relief tohumour. For Carrie, as we well know, the stage had a greatattraction. She had never forgotten her one histrionicachievement in Chicago. It dwelt in her mind and occupied herconsciousness during many long afternoons in which her rocking-chair and her latest novel contributed the only pleasures of herstate. Never could she witness a play without having her ownability vividly brought to consciousness. Some scenes made herlong to be a part of them--to give expression to the feelingswhich she, in the place of the character represented, would feel.Almost invariably she would carry the vivid imaginations awaywith her and brood over them the next day alone. She lived asmuch in these things as in the realities which made up her dailylife.
6.  "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.


1.  Nevertheless, she was pleased to think he would ask. Her eyesbrightened, for if there was anything that enlisted hersympathies it was the art of the stage.True to his nature, Drouet clung to this idea as an easy way out.
2.  "You're not from the West, are you?"
3.  He was not a man who traveled much, but when he did, he had beenaccustomed to take her along. On one occasion recently a localaldermanic junket had been arranged to visit Philadelphia--ajunket that was to last ten days. Hurstwood had been invited.
4、  "Certainly," he said, looking in wonder at the money.
5、  "Yes, sir," said Miss Maitland.




  • 伍斯基 08-05

      "Indeed you did," said Hurstwood, turning upon Carrie eyes inwhich she read more than the words.

  • 郭晓蕙 08-05

      "He hasn't, eh?" said the girl, smiling. "That's all you knowabout it."

  • 魏建英 08-05

       "I don't know," he said solemnly; "I can try."

  • 林某付 08-05

      "Damn her!" he said softly, with his teeth firmly set, "I'll makeit hot for her if she causes me trouble. I'll make her changeher tone if I have to use force to do it!"

  • 钟燕群 08-04

    {  "Yes, sir."

  • 朱赫 08-03

      "I must return to the city, no matter what dangers may lurk here.I must go, secretly if I can; openly, if I must."}

  • 金学锋 08-03

      She was opening her purse, and now pulled out all the bills init--a five and two twos.

  • 比瑟斯 08-03

      She made no answer, because she could think of nothing to say.

  • 郑亚丛 08-02

       That night she was visited by Mrs. Hale, whose chatter andprotracted stay made it impossible to dwell upon her predicamentor the fortune of the day. Before retiring, however, she satdown to think, and gave herself up to the most gloomyforebodings. Drouet had not put in an appearance. She had hadno word from any quarter, she had spent a dollar of her precioussum in procuring food and paying car fare. It was evident thatshe would not endure long. Besides, she had discovered noresource.

  • 高桥二路 07-31

    {  "I hadn't thought of it," returned Carrie.

  • 李文模 07-31

      "Ray," she said, "the greatest happiness I have ever felt hasbeen the thought that all your affection was forever bestowedupon a virtuous woman, your equal in family, fortune, andaccomplishments. What a revelation do you make to me now! Whatis it makes you continually war with your happiness?"