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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Carrie was too worn by defeat not to feel that it wasconsiderable. She had not expected that he would offer her lessthan six. She acquiesced, however, and he took her name andaddress.
2.  While she was waiting to be noticed, the door of the hall bedroomopened and from it issued two very mannish-looking women, verytightly dressed, and wearing white collars and cuffs. After themcame a portly lady of about forty-five, light-haired, sharp-eyed,and evidently good-natured. At least she was smiling.
3.  "Have you ever had any experience in the wholesale dry goodsbusiness?" he questioned.
4.  "What good will it do?" he asked, holding the same strain offeeling.
5.  The result was that bidding began.
6.  "It seems to be such a large company," she said, at one place.


1.  "He couldn't hurt you," she returned. "You might have some funwith him."
2.  He buried himself in his papers and read. Oh, the rest of it--the relief from walking and thinking! What Lethean waters werethese floods of telegraphed intelligence! He forgot his troubles,in part. Here was a young, handsome woman, if you might believethe newspaper drawing, suing a rich, fat, candy-making husband inBrooklyn for divorce. Here was another item detailing thewrecking of a vessel in ice and snow off Prince's Bay on StatenIsland. A long, bright column told of the doings in thetheatrical world--the plays produced, the actors appearing, themanagers making announcements. Fannie Davenport was just openingat the Fifth Avenue. Daly was producing "King Lear." He read ofthe early departure for the season of a party composed of theVanderbilts and their friends for Florida. An interestingshooting affray was on in the mountains of Kentucky. So he read,read, read, rocking in the warm room near the radiator andwaiting for dinner to be served.
3.  "Do you know," he said, turning back to Carrie, after hisreflection, "I sometimes think it is a shame for people to spendso much money this way."
4.  Instantly the portly lady's face became exceedingly sober andshrewd. She turned about and fixed on Carrie a very searchingeye.
5.  Chapter X
6.  On the first Saturday night Carrie paid her board, four dollars.Minnie had a quaver of conscience as she took it, but did notknow how to explain to Hanson if she took less. That worthy gaveup just four dollars less toward the household expenses with asmile of satisfaction. He contemplated increasing his Buildingand Loan payments. As for Carrie, she studied over the problemof finding clothes and amusement on fifty cents a week. Shebrooded over this until she was in a state of mental rebellion.


1.  "He wouldn't mind--he'd enjoy it," said Carrie.
2.  "Those that want to go with the show next season," said themanager, "will have to sign this week."
3.  When Hurstwood called, she met a man who was more clever thanDrouet in a hundred ways. He paid that peculiar deference towomen which every member of the sex appreciates. He was notoverawed, he was not overbold. His great charm wasattentiveness. Schooled in winning those birds of fine featheramong his own sex, the merchants and professionals who visitedhis resort, he could use even greater tact when endeavouring toprove agreeable to some one who charmed him. In a pretty womanof any refinement of feeling whatsoever he found his greatestincentive. He was mild, placid, assured, giving the impressionthat he wished to be of service only--to do something which wouldmake the lady more pleased.
4.  "You'd better keep it," she observed. "We'll need other things."
5.   "That's it," she said to herself. "I'm to use my money now."
6.  At last the door opened and the motherly-looking sister appeared.She only looked an order. Slowly the line moved up and, one byone, passed in, until twenty-five were counted. Then sheinterposed a stout arm, and the line halted, with six men on thesteps. Of these the ex-manager was one. Waiting thus, sometalked, some ejaculated concerning the misery of it; somebrooded, as did Hurstwood. At last he was admitted, and, havingeaten, came away, almost angered because of his pains in gettingit.


1.  "They must have some place around here," he thought. "Where doesthat fellow from Newark stay?"
2.  "Stand over there," he said.
3.  Going over to Carrie, he said:
4、  "You'll hurt your eyes," he said when he saw her.
5、  "Well," he said, seeing her gather up her purse, handkerchief,and the like, preparatory to departing, "I want you to come outto dinner with me; won't you? I've got a friend out here."




  • 斯蒂芬·佩里 08-08

      "Well?" said the attendant, staring at him. Seeing him pause, hewent over and shoved him. "Get out of here," he said.

  • 常玉 08-08

      "Will you?" he repeated.

  • 克里夫罗宾逊 08-08

       "What?" inquired Carrie.

  • 金雯 08-08

      "I suppose you have to have some friends before you can get in,"she added, disconsolately.

  • 董畅 08-07

    {  "One of those fellows on the Fifth Avenue line must have had ahell of a time, according to the papers," drawled another. "Theybroke his car windows and pulled him off into the street 'forethe police could stop 'em."

  • 王先生 08-06

      "Carrie," he half whispered, "can I have a few words with you?"}

  • 朱世慧 08-06

      "She's making more than she says," thought Hurstwood. "She saysshe's making twelve, but that wouldn't buy all those things. Idon't care. Let her keep her money. I'll get something againone of these days. Then she can go to the deuce."

  • 欧蓝德 08-06

      "You have?" he said, breathing a better breath.

  • 贝克汉姆 08-05

       Hurstwood quit reading his paper and changed his clothes.

  • 周长征 08-03

    {  Drouet dropped in at the lodge when he went down town, andswashed around with a great AIR, as Quincel met him.

  • 英格斯塔 08-03

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