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日期:2020-08-08 11:08:44

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Do you think we live as cheaply as we might?" he asked oneTuesday morning.
2.  "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."
3.  "Oh, that much?" said Carrie. "Is this right?" she asked,turning to Hurstwood.
4.  In a little while their old thoughts returned to both.
5.  Carrie acquiesced, and that evening met the portly Vance, anindividual a few years younger than Hurstwood, and who owed hisseemingly comfortable matrimonial state much more to his moneythan to his good looks. He thought well of Carrie upon the firstglance and laid himself out to be genial, teaching her a new gameof cards and talking to her about New York and its pleasures.Mrs. Vance played some upon the piano, and at last Hurstwoodcame.
6.  "Own to it, dear," he said, feelingly; "you do, don't you?"


1.  After it was over she dressed quickly, and as the manager hadscolded some others and passed her, she imagined she must haveproved satisfactory. She wanted to get out quickly, because sheknew but few, and the stars were gossiping. Outside werecarriages and some correct youths in attractive clothing,waiting. Carrie saw that she was scanned closely. The flutterof an eyelash would have brought her a companion. That she didnot give.
2.  "Yes, and I'll have to have a new dress. Some of the nicestgirls in the school are going to be in it. Miss Palmer is goingto take the part of Portia."
3.  "Can't we save?" said Carrie.
4.  How true it is that words are but the vague shadows of thevolumes we mean. Little audible links, they are, chainingtogether great inaudible feelings and purposes. Here were thesetwo, bandying little phrases, drawing purses, looking at cards,and both unconscious of how inarticulate all their real feelingswere. Neither was wise enough to be sure of the working of themind of the other. He could not tell how his luring succeeded.She could not realise that she was drifting, until he secured heraddress. Now she felt that she had yielded something--he, thathe had gained a victory. Already they felt that they weresomehow associated. Already he took control in directing theconversation. His words were easy. Her manner was relaxed.
5.  "If we got married as soon as we got to the other end of thejourney it would be all right."
6.  Mrs. Hale, from her upper window, saw her come in.


1.  "You ought to have seen the tie he had on. Gee, but he was amark."
2.  "It isn't very difficult," returned Hurstwood. "You could dovery well in a few weeks."
3.  As Carrie looked out upon the flying scenery she almost forgotthat she had been tricked into this long journey against her willand that she was without the necessary apparel for travelling.She quite forgot Hurstwood's presence at times, and looked awayto homely farmhouses and cosey cottages in villages withwondering eyes. It was an interesting world to her. Her lifehad just begun. She did not feel herself defeated at all.Neither was she blasted in hope. The great city held much.Possibly she would come out of bondage into freedom--who knows?Perhaps she would be happy. These thoughts raised her above thelevel of erring. She was saved in that she was hopeful.
4.  "Oh, dear," said Carrie, with whom the sufferings of FatherGoriot were still keen. "That's all you think of. Aren't yousorry for the people who haven't anything to-night?"
5.   "At four, then, we may expect you?"
6.  "Yes; they do," said Carrie.


1.  "You wouldn't stop to argue or arrange?"
2.  "I wish I could get something to do," she said.
3.  "I never tried," said Carrie.
4、  "How often?"
5、  "Ask him," she pleaded softly.




  • 李恒 08-07

      "I thought she just bought one," he said.

  • 徐国康 08-07

      "Good-night," he whispered, as the cab rolled away.

  • 姜振球 08-07

       Now he began leisurely to take off his clothes, but stopped firstwith his coat, and tucked it along the crack under the door. Hisvest he arranged in the same place. His old wet, cracked hat helaid softly upon the table. Then he pulled off his shoes and laydown.

  • 闫瑾 08-07

      In the dining-room stood a sideboard laden with glisteningdecanters and other utilities and ornaments in glass, thearrangement of which could not be questioned. Here was somethingHurstwood knew about. He had studied the subject for years in hisbusiness. He took no little satisfaction in telling each Mary,shortly after she arrived, something of what the art of the thingrequired. He was not garrulous by any means. On the contrary,there was a fine reserve in his manner toward the entire domesticeconomy of his life which was all that is comprehended by thepopular term, gentlemanly. He would not argue, he would not talkfreely. In his manner was something of the dogmatist. What hecould not correct, he would ignore. There was a tendency in himto walk away from the impossible thing.

  • 丁肇文 08-06

    {  There was another place in which Laura was to rise and, with asense of impending disaster, say, sadly:

  • 法比安 08-05

      He walked steadily down the street, greeting a night watchmanwhom he knew who was trying doors. He must get out of the city,and that quickly.}

  • 白国华 08-05

      "Think," he said, "what I've given up. I can't go back toChicago any more. I've got to stay away and live alone now, ifyou don't come with me. You won't go back on me entirely, willyou, Carrie?"

  • 赵寿九 08-05

      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.

  • 蒋文家 08-04

       "Have you?" said Quincel, rather surprised by his promptness;"that's good. What's her address?" and he pulled out hisnotebook in order to be able to send her part to her.

  • 付彪 08-02

    {  The other half of this picture came when young Blyford, son ofBlyford, the soap manufacturer, walked home with her. Mrs.Hurstwood was on the third floor, sitting in a rocking-chairreading, and happened to look out at the time.

  • 崇桂坊 08-02

      "You stay here now, and I'll go," he added at last.