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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  After breakfast, he immediately got his other clothes.
2.  "Well," he said, "there's no use talking about it now. If you'llcome in Saturday, I'll pay you something on it."
3.  The answer was so cool, so rich in bravado, that somehow it tookthe wind out of his sails. He could not attack her, he could notask her for proofs. Somehow he felt evidence, law, theremembrance of all his property which she held in her name, to beshining in her glance. He was like a vessel, powerful anddangerous, but rolling and floundering without sail.
4.  She did not answer.
5.  Visions of a big stake floated before him. Supposing he did wina couple of hundred, wouldn't he be in it? Lots of sports he knewmade their living at this game, and a good living, too.
6.  "I'll tell you what I'll do," he added. "I'll write you, care ofthis West Side Post-office. Could you call next Tuesday?"


1.  "She oughtn't to be thinking about spending her money on theatresalready, do you think?" he said.
2.  "So it should," said the knowing manager. "I'm glad to see it."
3.  "It will be all right when I get used to it."
4.  "Yes, it does."
5.  "I went to see some of the variety managers," she said,aimlessly. "You have to have an act. They don't want anybodythat hasn't."
6.  This going back to the flat was coupled with the thought thatCarrie would think he was sitting around too much if he came homeearly. He hoped he wouldn't have to, but the day hung heavily onhis hands. Over there he was on his own ground. He could sit inhis rocking-chair and read. This busy, distracting, suggestivescene was shut out. He could read his papers. Accordingly, hewent home. Carrie was reading, quite alone. It was rather darkin the flat, shut in as it was.


1.  For the next two days Carrie indulged in the most high-flownspeculations.
2.  "By George, I won't stand that!" thought the thespian. "I'm notgoing to have my work cut up by some one else. Either she quitsthat when I do my turn or I quit."
3.  "That's nothing. You can act all you have to down there."
4.  "No, you won't," said Carrie, who was coming to feel a certainfaint power to jest with the drummer.
5.   "'Trying to steal,' said the child.
6.  Always from the man at the corner now he bought two papers--the"Evening World" and "Evening Sun." So now he merely picked hispapers up, as he came by, without stopping.


1.  "It's hell these days, ain't it?" said the man. "A poor manain't nowhere. You could starve, by God, right in the streets,and there ain't most no one would help you."
2.  At this figure her mind halted. It was a strong, clean vision.He liked better books than she read, better people than sheassociated with. His ideals burned in her heart.
3.  "Yes; it is," said Carrie, pleased that some one should talk toher.
4、  "Well!" he said after a time, quite audibly, "I don't know."
5、  Sure enough, it did develop. Mr. Slawson owned the propertyadjoining, and was going to put up a modern office building. Thepresent one was to be torn down. It would take probably a yearand a half to complete the other one.




  • 江济亳 08-12

      "I can guess," said Hurstwood softly.

  • 高朋 08-12

      "No, I don't, to tell the truth." He thought a moment. "Yes, Ido, too. Laura, that's the thing--you're to be Laura."

  • 古木西阿依·克里木 08-12

       It was easy enough to do. Carrie scowled. The effect wassomething so quaint and droll it caught even the manager.

  • 彼得贝瑞 08-12

      Carrie looked and beheld a new contract made out like the otherone, with the exception of the new figures of salary and time.With a hand trembling from excitement she affixed her name.

  • 杨洁篪 08-11

    {  Hurstwood smiled in an indulgent way as he read this.

  • 阿布力孜·斯迪克 08-10

      "I believe I will," she said, and then added: "I'll have to seefirst, though."With the idea thus grounded, rent day approaching, and clothescalling for instant purchase, she soon found excuse inHurstwood's lassitude. He said less and drooped more than ever.}

  • 周浑元 08-10

      "Who was it?" asked Carrie.

  • 巴布扎布 08-10

      Somehow, so long as he knew she was at the Casino, though he hadnever any intention of going near her, there was a subconsciouscomfort for him--he was not quite alone. The show seemed such afixture that, after a month or two, he began to take it forgranted that it was still running. In September it went on theroad and he did not notice it. When all but twenty dollars ofhis money was gone, he moved to a fifteen-cent lodging-house inthe Bowery, where there was a bare lounging-room filled withtables and benches as well as some chairs. Here his preferencewas to close his eyes and dream of other days, a habit which grewupon him. It was not sleep at first, but a mental hearkeningback to scenes and incidents in his Chicago life. As the presentbecame darker, the past grew brighter, and all that concerned itstood in relief.

  • 陈文华 08-09

       "Well, she can afford it as long as he puts up for it," returnedHurstwood. "He's got a soft job."

  • 海-军 08-07

    {  The sum and substance of it was that there was no hope, and theywanted the money with the least trouble possible. Hurstwood readhis doom. He decided to pay ,500 to the agent whom they saidthey would send, keeping ,300 for his own use. He telegraphedhis acquiescence, explained to the representative who called atthe hotel the same day, took a certificate of payment, and toldCarrie to pack her trunk. He was slightly depressed over thisnewest move at the time he began to make it, but eventuallyrestored himself. He feared that even yet he might be seized andtaken back, so he tried to conceal his movements, but it wasscarcely possible. He ordered Carrie's trunk sent to the depot,where he had it sent by express to New York. No one seemed to beobserving him, but he left at night. He was greatly agitatedlest at the first station across the border or at the depot inNew York there should be waiting for him an officer of the law.

  • 基兹格罗夫 08-07

      There had been something so personal, so subtle, in each meetingbetween them, both when Drouet was present and when he wasabsent, that Carrie could not speak of it without feeling a senseof difficulty. She was no talker. She could never arrange herthoughts in fluent order. It was always a matter of feeling withher, strong and deep. Each time there had been no sentence ofimportance which she could relate, and as for the glances andsensations, what woman would reveal them? Such things had neverbeen between her and Drouet. As a matter of fact, they couldnever be. She had been dominated by distress and theenthusiastic forces of relief which Drouet represented at anopportune moment when she yielded to him. Now she was persuadedby secret current feelings which Drouet had never understood.Hurstwood's glance was as effective as the spoken words of alover, and more. They called for no immediate decision, andcould not be answered.