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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Say," began the girl at her left, "what jeh think he said?"
2.  "Good-bye!" he said finally, and went out.
3.  "Yes, sir."
4.  He smiled good-naturedly as he said this.
5.  She was grateful for the drummer's presence, though. She hadfound the company so nervous that her own strength had gone.
6.  He went in and examined his letters, but there was nothing fromCarrie. Fortunately, there was nothing from his wife either. Hethanked his stars that he did not have to confront thatproposition just now when he needed to think so much. He walkedthe floor again, pretending to be in an ordinary mood, butsecretly troubled beyond the expression of words.


1.  "I would, too," said Lola. "But people never gave me anythingwhen I was hard up."
2.  "George!" exclaimed Drouet, "I forgot that."
3.  "No," said Carrie, gently.
4.  "Did you notice," he said, at last, breaking forth concerninganother item which he had found, "that they have entered suit tocompel the Illinois Central to get off the lake front, Julia?" heasked.
5.  There was something about this which struck Carrie as slightlyinconsiderate. She could see that Drouet did not have thekeenest sensibilities.


1.  Hurstwood stood placidly by, while the car rolled back into theyard.
2.  The flare of the gas-jets, the open trunks, suggestive of traveland display, the scattered contents of the make-up box--rouge,pearl powder, whiting, burnt cork, India ink, pencils for theeye-lids, wigs, scissors, looking-glasses, drapery--in short, allthe nameless paraphernalia of disguise, have a remarkableatmosphere of their own. Since her arrival in the city manythings had influenced her, but always in a far-removed manner.This new atmosphere was more friendly. It was wholly unlike thegreat brilliant mansions which waved her coldly away, permittingher only awe and distant wonder. This took her by the handkindly, as one who says, "My dear, come in." It opened for her asif for its own. She had wondered at the greatness of the namesupon the bill-boards, the marvel of the long notices in thepapers, the beauty of the dresses upon the stage, the atmosphereof carriages, flowers, refinement. Here was no illusion. Herewas an open door to see all of that. She had come upon it as onewho stumbles upon a secret passage and, behold, she was in thechamber of diamonds and delight!
3.  "When do I see you again?"
4.  Hurstwood did his best to see that Carrie won the money. Herejoiced in her success, kept counting her winnings, and finallygathered and put them in her extended hand. They spread a littlelunch, at which he served the wine, and afterwards he used finetact in going.
5.   "Oh, don't," said Carrie.
6.  Carrie had bathed and was waiting when he arrived. She lookedrefreshed--more delightful than ever, but reserved. Since he hadgone she had resumed somewhat of her cold attitude towards him.Love was not blazing in her heart. He felt it, and his troublesseemed increased. He could not take her in his arms; he did noteven try. Something about her forbade it. In part his opinionwas the result of his own experiences and reflections belowstairs.


1.  "Don't run away from me, Carrie," he said gently. "Let meexplain. If you will only hear me out you will see where Istand. I tell you my wife is nothing to me. She hasn't beenanything for years or I wouldn't have ever come near you. I'mgoing to get a divorce just as soon as I can. I'll never see heragain. I'm done with all that. You're the only person I want.If I can have you I won't ever think of another woman again."
2.  Carrie stood waiting a moment, hardly certain whether theinterview had terminated.
4、  He looked rather foolish at this answer, and then attempted tocorrect himself so as not to appear a dupe.
5、  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.




  • 约翰·屈伏塔 08-05

      Her pretty brow began to contract.

  • 魏金元 08-05

      "Yes," he said.

  • 胡坤 08-05

       She had her hand out on the table before her. They were quitealone in their corner, and he put his larger, warmer hand overit.

  • 何光 08-05

      He put the reins in her hand, and folded his arms.

  • 和兵兵 08-04

    {  "I'd like to know what you did, then, in Montreal?" she answered.

  • 孔悦 08-03

      He went out into the streets and tramped north, along SeventhAvenue, idly fixing upon the Harlem River as an objective point.He had seen some ships up there, the time he had called upon thebrewers. He wondered how the territory thereabouts was growing.}

  • 朱家顺 08-03

      No longer any need of climbing several flights of steps to asmall coop shared with another. Instead, a comparatively largeand commodious chamber with conveniences not enjoyed by the smallfry overhead. She breathed deeply and with delight. Hersensations were more physical than mental. In fact, she wasscarcely thinking at all. Heart and body were having their say.

  • 张芳 08-03

      It so happened that on the night when Hurstwood, Carrie, andDrouet were in the box at McVickar's, George, Jr., was in thesixth row of the parquet with the daughter of H. B. Carmichael,the third partner of a wholesale dry-goods house of that city.Hurstwood did not see his son, for he sat, as was his wont, asfar back as possible, leaving himself just partially visible,when he bent forward, to those within the first six rows inquestion. It was his wont to sit this way in every theatre--tomake his personality as inconspicuous as possible where it wouldbe no advantage to him to have it otherwise.

  • 徐文宇 08-02

       As for Drouet, his attitude had been that of the jealous lover.Now his feelings were a mixture of anger at deception, sorrow atlosing Carrie, misery at being defeated. He wanted his rights insome way or other, and yet his rights included the retaining ofCarrie, the making her feel her error.

  • 王世均 07-31

    {  The Sunday before taking her new part she scanned the theatricalpages for some little notice. It would have accorded with herexpectations if nothing had been said, but there in the squibs,tailing off several more substantial items, was a wee notice.Carrie read it with a tingling body:

  • 陈成有 07-31

      "I don't know," she said; "I can't do it all. I don't earnenough."