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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "He is, I guess. Jack told me they were shipping Vegacura toAustralia now--said they sent a whole box to Cape Town lastweek."
2.  "Ah, such little feet," said the leather of the soft new shoes;"how effectively I cover them. What a pity they should ever wantmy aid."
3.  Mrs. Morgan read this rather flatly, and the director was indespair. He fidgeted around, and then went over to Mr. Quincel.
4.  Carrie observed his ease with some misgiving. For all the furyof the storm she doubted his comfort. He took his situation toophilosophically.
5.  "Oh, I don't know," she would reply, feeling delight in the factthat one should think so, hesitating to believe, though shereally did, that she was vain enough to think so much of herself.
6.  "Well, it does seem as if most people in this town haven't beenhere so very long. I hear of lots of Indiana people in my linewho are here."


1.  She put it back, and proceeded to get dinner early and in goodtime. Her little bravado made her feel as if she ought to makeamends.
2.  Back in the flat, he decided he would play no more.
3.  That night Hurstwood remained down town entirely, going to thePalmer House for a bed after his work was through. He was in afevered state of mind, owing to the blight his wife's actionthreatened to cast upon his entire future. While he was not surehow much significance might be attached to the threat she hadmade, he was sure that her attitude, if long continued, wouldcause him no end of trouble. She was determined, and had worstedhim in a very important contest. How would it be from now on? Hewalked the floor of his little office, and later that of hisroom, putting one thing and another together to no avail.
4.  "What are you going to do to-night?"
5.  "The fool!" he said, now hating Drouet. "The idiot! I'll do himyet, and that quick! We'll see to-morrow."
6.  There was no after-theatre lark, however, so far as Carrie wasconcerned. She made her way homeward, thinking about herabsence. Hurstwood was asleep, but roused up to look as shepassed through to her own bed.


1.  "Well, when can you?" said the grocer.
2.  "Several of the boys around here have got talent. There's HarryBurbeck, he does a fine black-face turn. Mac Lewis is all rightat heavy dramatics. Did you ever hear him recite 'Over theHills'?"
3.  Carrie looked at him a moment and forgot all about the companypresent. She began to feel the part, and summoned an indifferentsmile to her lips, turning as the lines directed and going to awindow, as if he were not present. She did it with a grace whichwas fascinating to look upon.
4.  "Do you know," he said, "I have spent the happiest evenings inyears since I have known you?"
5.   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.
6.  For all his study nothing came of the evening except this--hesent the money. It was with great opposition, after two or threehours of the most urgent mental affirmation and denial, that atlast he got an envelope, placed in it the requested amount, andslowly sealed it up.


1.  "Well, find out. Goodness, you'll never get anything if youdon't ask. Tell them you must have forty dollars, anyhow."
2.  And yet Carrie hadn't acted out of the ordinary. It couldn't be,by George, that she was deceiving him. She hadn't acted thatway. Why, even last night she had been as friendly toward him ascould be, and Hurstwood too. Look how they acted! He couldhardly believe they would try to deceive him.
3.  As the waiter bowed and scraped about, felt the dishes to see ifthey were hot enough, brought spoons and forks, and did all thoselittle attentive things calculated to impress the luxury of thesituation upon the diner, Ames also leaned slightly to one sideand told her of Indianapolis in an intelligent way. He reallyhad a very bright mind, which was finding its chief developmentin electrical knowledge. His sympathies for other forms ofinformation, however, and for types of people, were quick andwarm. The red glow on his head gave it a sandy tinge and put abright glint in his eye. Carrie noticed all these things as heleaned toward her and felt exceedingly young. This man was farahead of her. He seemed wiser than Hurstwood, saner and brighterthan Drouet. He seemed innocent and clean, and she thought thathe was exceedingly pleasant. She noticed, also, that hisinterest in her was a far-off one. She was not in his life, norany of the things that touched his life, and yet now, as he spokeof these things, they appealed to her.
4、  Drouet felt a scratch in his throat.
5、  "Come, now," he exclaimed to several curious observers; "eighteencents will fix us all up for the night. Eighteen cents. I havesix. Somebody give me the money. Remember, I have to go over toBrooklyn yet to-night. Before that I have to take these men downand put them to bed. Eighteen cents."




  • 黄婷婷 08-09

      "The thief!" roared poor Bamberger.

  • 刘万林 08-09

      A long silence.

  • 梁申虎 08-09

       "You talk easy," he said. "A season family ticket costs onehundred and fifty dollars."

  • 陈苗 08-09

      Carrie laughed a little.

  • 伊丽莎白·沃德 08-08

    {  The instructor explained a few more details, and then said:

  • 张志宽 08-07

      Hurstwood had gone, at Drouet's invitation, to meet a new baggageof fine clothes and pretty features. He entered, expecting toindulge in an evening of lightsome frolic, and then lose track ofthe newcomer forever. Instead he found a woman whose youth andbeauty attracted him. In the mild light of Carrie's eye wasnothing of the calculation of the mistress. In the diffidentmanner was nothing of the art of the courtesan. He saw at oncethat a mistake had been made, that some difficult conditions hadpushed this troubled creature into his presence, and his interestwas enlisted. Here sympathy sprang to the rescue, but it was notunmixed with selfishness. He wanted to win Carrie because hethought her fate mingled with his was better than if it wereunited with Drouet's. He envied the drummer his conquest as hehad never envied any man in all the course of his experience.}

  • 荆山玉 08-07

      Meanwhile, he took such time as he could to look about, butopportunities were not numerous. More, he had not the sameimpressive personality which he had when he first came to NewYork. Bad thoughts had put a shade into his eyes which did notimpress others favourably. Neither had he thirteen hundreddollars in hand to talk with. About a month later, finding thathe had not made any progress, Shaughnessy reported definitelythat Slawson would not extend the lease.

  • 马家圩 08-07

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

  • 康保月 08-06

       He drew up his chair near the radiator and lighted the gas. Thenit was as the evening before. His difficulties vanished in theitems he so well loved to read.

  • 陈静贺 08-04

    {  "Drouet is hurt," said Hurstwood quickly. "He wants to see you.Come quickly."

  • 尤金-奥曼迪 08-04

      "I wish," he said pathetically, "you would come to me. I don'tlike to be away from you this way. What good is there inwaiting? You're not any happier, are you?"