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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  At one o'clock he thought of eating, and went to a restaurant inMadison Square. There he pondered over places which he mightlook up. He was tired. It was blowing up grey again. Acrossthe way, through Madison Square Park, stood the great hotels,looking down upon a busy scene. He decided to go over to thelobby of one and sit a while. It was warm in there and bright.He had seen no one he knew at the Broadway Central. In alllikelihood he would encounter no one here. Finding a seat on oneof the red plush divans close to the great windows which look outon Broadway's busy rout, he sat musing. His state did not seemso bad in here. Sitting still and looking out, he could takesome slight consolation in the few hundred dollars he had in hispurse. He could forget, in a measure, the weariness of thestreet and his tiresome searches. Still, it was only escape froma severe to a less severe state. He was still gloomy anddisheartened. There, minutes seemed to go very slowly. An hourwas a long, long time in passing. It was filled for him withobservations and mental comments concerning the actual guests ofthe hotel, who passed in and out, and those more prosperouspedestrians whose good fortune showed in their clothes andspirits as they passed along Broadway, outside. It was nearlythe first time since he had arrived in the city that his leisureafforded him ample opportunity to contemplate this spectacle.Now, being, perforce, idle himself, he wondered at the activityof others. How gay were the youths he saw, how pretty the women.Such fine clothes they all wore. They were so intent upongetting somewhere. He saw coquettish glances cast by magnificentgirls. Ah, the money it required to train with such--how well heknew! How long it had been since he had had the opportunity to doso!
2.  "Well, when he does come we'll call him in."
3.  The spirit of the place impressed itself on her in a rough way.She did not venture to look around, but above the clack of themachine she could hear an occasional remark. She could also notea thing or two out of the side of her eye.
4.  He looked rather foolish at this answer, and then attempted tocorrect himself so as not to appear a dupe.
5.  Minnie was thinking of the resource which Carrie's board wouldadd. It would pay the rent and would make the subject ofexpenditure a little less difficult to talk about with herhusband. But if Carrie was going to think of running around inthe beginning there would be a hitch somewhere. Unless Carriesubmitted to a solemn round of industry and saw the need of hardwork without longing for play, how was her coming to the city toprofit them? These thoughts were not those of a cold, hardnature at all. They were the serious reflections of a mind whichinvariably adjusted itself, without much complaining, to suchsurroundings as its industry could make for it.
6.  It was easy enough to do. Carrie scowled. The effect wassomething so quaint and droll it caught even the manager.


1.  He had raised his eyes solemnly and was looking into her own. Heassumed that he had struck a deep chord. Now was a slight chanceto say a word in his own behalf. He leaned over quietly andcontinued his steady gaze. He felt the critical character of theperiod. She endeavoured to stir, but it was useless. The wholestrength of a man's nature was working. He had good cause tourge him on. He looked and looked, and the longer the situationlasted the more difficult it became. The little shop-girl wasgetting into deep water. She was letting her few supports floataway from her.
2.  "Well, by foolishness of my own. It isn't anything to talk aboutnow. You could find out if you wanted to. I'm 'broke' now and,if you will believe me, I haven't eaten anything to-day."
3.  "I will," said Carrie. "Really, I've been wanting to come. Iknow I ought to. It's a shame. But you know----"
4.  They crossed the park and went west along Washington Boulevard,beautiful with its broad macadamised road, and large frame housesset back from the sidewalks. It was a street where many of themore prosperous residents of the West Side lived, and Hurstwoodcould not help feeling nervous over the publicity of it. Theyhad gone but a few blocks when a livery stable sign in one of theside streets solved the difficulty for him. He would take her todrive along the new Boulevard.
5.  Now that Carrie had come, he was in a fair way to be blissfulagain. There was delight in going down town evenings. When hewalked forth in the short days, the street lamps had a merrytwinkle. He began to experience the almost forgotten feelingwhich hastens the lover's feet. When he looked at his fineclothes, he saw them with her eyes--and her eyes were young.
6.  In a few more minutes it fell to her to read the letter sent inby the strange villain. The audience had been slightly divertedby a conversation between the professional actor and a charactercalled Snorky, impersonated by a short little American, whoreally developed some humour as a half-crazed, one-armed soldier,turned messenger for a living. He bawled his lines out with suchdefiance that, while they really did not partake of the humourintended, they were funny. Now he was off, however, and it wasback to pathos, with Carrie as the chief figure. She did notrecover. She wandered through the whole scene between herselfand the intruding villain, straining the patience of theaudience, and finally exiting, much to their relief.


1.  "All right. They're going to fit things up out of the proceeds."
2.  "Is Mrs. Drouet in?" he asked.
3.  Hurstwood, however, read on and on. He did not pay muchattention to Carrie. She fulfilled her household duties and saidlittle to disturb him.
4.  The man explained the hours.
5.   "How would you like to try subduing London?" asked her manager,one afternoon.
6.  "Not very."


1.  "Sit down," he added, offering her the chair beside him.
2.  "Well, are you talking?"
3.  "Can't you start somewhere else?"
4、  "About three years ago," said Carrie.
5、  Carrie's little soldier friend, Miss Osborne, seeing hersucceeding, had become a sort of satellite. Little Osborne couldnever of herself amount to anything. She seemed to realise it ina sort of pussy-like way and instinctively concluded to clingwith her soft little claws to Carrie.




  • 陈卫华 08-04

      The rendition ran on in this wise until it came to where Carrie,as Laura, comes into the room to explain to Ray, who, afterhearing Pearl's statement about her birth, had written the letterrepudiating her, which, however, he did not deliver. Bambergerwas just concluding the words of Ray, "I must go before shereturns. Her step! Too late," and was cramming the letter in hispocket, when she began sweetly with:

  • 张正林 08-04

      She looked around to see who it could be. A girl behind shovedher a little, but she did not understand.

  • 侯晟 08-04

       He turned his eyes to the boys with the boats, as if the requestwere of little importance.

  • 张玉将 08-04

      "Work, you blackguards," yelled a voice. "Do the dirty work.You're the suckers that keep the poor people down!"

  • 向钊娣 08-03

    {  "Is Carrie down at the door again?" he asked.

  • 陈恭璋 08-02

      If one thinks that such thoughts do not come to so common a typeof mind--that such feelings require a higher mental development--I would urge for their consideration the fact that it is thehigher mental development that does away with such thoughts. Itis the higher mental development which induces philosophy andthat fortitude which refuses to dwell upon such things--refusesto be made to suffer by their consideration. The common type ofmind is exceedingly keen on all matters which relate to itsphysical welfare--exceedingly keen. It is the unintellectualmiser who sweats blood at the loss of a hundred dollars. It isthe Epictetus who smiles when the last vestige of physicalwelfare is removed.}

  • 杨国义 08-02

      "She can afford to dress well," thought Carrie, "and so could I,if I could only keep my money. I haven't a decent tie of anykind to wear."

  • 包河梁 08-02

      "Is there anything the matter with your ears?"

  • 麦克·达根 08-01

       Minnie worked with less elation than she had just before Carriearrived. The sizzle of the meat frying did not sound quite sopleasing now that Carrie had reported her discontent. To Carrie,the one relief of the whole day would have been a jolly home, asympathetic reception, a bright supper table, and some one tosay: "Oh, well, stand it a little while. You will get somethingbetter," but now this was ashes. She began to see that theylooked upon her complaint as unwarranted, and that she wassupposed to work on and say nothing. She knew that she was topay four dollars for her board and room, and now she felt that itwould be an exceedingly gloomy round, living with these people.

  • 曹博远 07-30

    {  "Well, to-morrow then. I'm living at the Chelsea now."

  • 徐海凤 07-30

      "Oh, yes," returned Carrie, vacantly, trying to arrange thiscurious proposition in her mind.