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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  She recalled, with more subtle emotions, that he did not look ather now with any of the old light of satisfaction or approval inhis eye. Evidently, along with other things, he was taking herto be getting old and uninteresting. He saw her wrinkles,perhaps. She was fading, while he was still preening himself inhis elegance and youth. He was still an interested factor in themerry-makings of the world, while she--but she did not pursue thethought. She only found the whole situation bitter, and hatedhim for it thoroughly.
2.  "I don't know," said the director. "That fellow Bambergerstrikes me as being a pretty poor shift for a lover."
3.  "This hand," resumed Mrs. Morgan, glancing up at Mr. Bambergerand down at her book, as the lines proceeded, "my mother graspedin her own, and so tight that a small, feeble voice uttered anexclamation of pain. Mother looked down, and there beside herwas a little ragged girl."
4.  "You do not need to have me explain why I did not meet you," shewrote in part. "How could you deceive me so? You cannot expectme to have anything more to do with you. I wouldn't under anycircumstances. Oh, how could you act so?" she added in a burstof feeling. "You have caused me more misery than you can think.I hope you will get over your infatuation for me. We must notmeet any more. Good-bye."
5.  "Look here, my man," said Hurstwood authoritatively, "you don'tunderstand anything about this case, and I can't explain to you.Whatever I intend to do I'll do without advice from the outside.You'll have to excuse me.""Well, now, there's no use of your talking that way," said theman, "when you're in the hands of the police. We can make a lotof trouble for you if we want to. You're not registered right inthis house, you haven't got your wife with you, and thenewspapers don't know you're here yet. You might as well bereasonable."
6.  "Well, what are you stumbling around the right for? Want to breakup the line?"


1.  About this time Ames returned to New York. He had made a littlesuccess in the West, and now opened a laboratory in WoosterStreet. Of course, he encountered Carrie through Mrs. Vance; butthere was nothing responsive between them. He thought she wasstill united to Hurstwood, until otherwise informed. Not knowingthe facts then, he did not profess to understand, and refrainedfrom comment.
2.  He came lightly in, thinking to smooth over any feeling thatmight still exist by a kindly word and a ready promise, but Mrs.Hurstwood said nothing. He seated himself in the large chair,stirred lightly in making himself comfortable, opened his paper,and began to read. In a few moments he was smiling merrily overa very comical account of a baseball game which had taken placebetween the Chicago and Detroit teams.
3.  "What do you want to do," he smiled, "go without them?"
4.  "How much did you say he took?" said Carrie.
5.  "She's frightened," whispered Drouet to Hurstwood.
6.  "Won't you come along with me?" he said, as if there was greatdanger that she would not. "You won't need to do anything buttravel with me. I'll not trouble you in any way. You can seeMontreal and New York, and then if you don't want to stay you cango back. It will be better than trying to go back to-night."


1.  A big, motherly looking woman invariably stood guard at the doorduring the entire operation and counted the admissible number.The men moved up in solemn order. There was no haste and noeagerness displayed. It was almost a dumb procession. In thebitterest weather this line was to be found here. Under an icywind there was a prodigious slapping of hands and a dancing offeet. Fingers and the features of the face looked as if severelynipped by the cold. A study of these men in broad light provedthem to be nearly all of a type. They belonged to the class thatsit on the park benches during the endurable days and sleep uponthem during the summer nights. They frequent the Bowery andthose down-at-the-heels East Side streets where poor clothes andshrunken features are not singled out as curious. They are themen who are in the lodginghouse sitting-rooms during bleak andbitter weather and who swarm about the cheaper shelters whichonly open at six in a number of the lower East Side streets.Miserable food, ill-timed and greedily eaten, had played havocwith bone and muscle. They were all pale, flabby, sunken-eyed,hollow-chested, with eyes that glinted and shone and lips thatwere a sickly red by contrast. Their hair was but half attendedto, their ears anaemic in hue, and their shoes broken in leatherand run down at heel and toe. They were of the class whichsimply floats and drifts, every wave of people washing up one, asbreakers do driftwood upon a stormy shore.
3.  "Oh, fine; sold him a complete line. There was another fellowthere, representing Burnstein, a regular hook-nosed sheeny, buthe wasn't in it. I made him look like nothing at all."
4.  A nervous, comely-dressed little girl stepped out. Carrietrembled for her out of the fulness of her own sympathies andfear.
5.   The intention was to give him an afternoon of practice, but thegreater part of the time was spent in waiting about.
6.  "Say, mister," said a voice at Hurstwood's side, "would you mindgiving me the price of a bed?"


1.  "Explain," repeated Mr. Bamberger, looking intently at his part.
2.  "Well, young lady," observed the old gentleman, looking at hersomewhat kindly, "what is it you wish?"
3.  Then began one of those pointless social conversations so commonin American resorts where the would-be gilded attempt to rub offgilt from those who have it in abundance. If Hurstwood had oneleaning, it was toward notabilities. He considered that, ifanywhere, he belonged among them. He was too proud to toady, tookeen not to strictly observe the plane he occupied when therewere those present who did not appreciate him, but, in situationslike the present, where he could shine as a gentleman and bereceived without equivocation as a friend and equal among men ofknown ability, he was most delighted. It was on such occasions,if ever, that he would "take something." When the social flavourwas strong enough he would even unbend to the extent of drinkingglass for glass with his associates, punctiliously observing histurn to pay as if he were an outsider like the others. If heever approached intoxication--or rather that ruddy warmth andcomfortableness which precedes the more sloven state--it was whenindividuals such as these were gathered about him, when he wasone of a circle of chatting celebrities. To-night, disturbed aswas his state, he was rather relieved to find company, and nowthat notabilities were gathered, he laid aside his troubles forthe nonce, and joined in right heartily.
4、  "Mrs. George Wheeler," said Carrie, moving over to where she waswriting. The woman wrote her address in full and then allowedher to depart at her leisure.
5、  "Let go of me," he said, falling on his side.




  • 邱春风 08-08

      "Oh, it's as fine as it can be."

  • 吴淑玲 08-08

      "I didn't know Fitzgerald and Moy ever left any money this way,"his mind said to itself. "They must have forgotten it."

  • 付永翀 08-08

       It was apathy with Hurstwood, resulting from his inability to seehis way out. Each month drew from his small store. Now, he hadonly five hundred dollars left, and this he hugged, half feelingas if he could stave off absolute necessity for an indefiniteperiod. Sitting around the house, he decided to wear some oldclothes he had. This came first with the bad days. Only once heapologised in the very beginning:

  • 薛永峰 08-08

      There is nothing in this world more delightful than that middlestate in which we mentally balance at times, possessed of themeans, lured by desire, and yet deterred by conscience or want ofdecision. When Carrie began wandering around the store amid thefine displays she was in this mood. Her original experience inthis same place had given her a high opinion of its merits. Nowshe paused at each individual bit of finery, where before she hadhurried on. Her woman's heart was warm with desire for them.How would she look in this, how charming that would make her!She came upon the corset counter and paused in rich reverie asshe noted the dainty concoctions of colour and lace theredisplayed. If she would only make up her mind, she could haveone of those now. She lingered in the jewelry department. Shesaw the earrings, the bracelets, the pins, the chains. Whatwould she not have given if she could have had them all! Shewould look fine too, if only she had some of these things.

  • 玛丽亚菲利克斯 08-07

    {  And now the latter announced that they were going away. It wasapproaching spring, and they were going North.

  • 王文雄 08-06

      "I never did," she returned.}

  • 张茉楠 08-06

      "If you didn't make a hit, you know," he went on.

  • 法蒂玛 08-06


  • 留皮 08-05

       "Where are you going, Carrie?" he asked.

  • 曾小贤 08-03

    {  Carrie set the table and brought in the meal.

  • 康志刚 08-03

      "I saw you, Governor, last night."