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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Chapter XLVII
2.  Hurstwood smiled at the simple information.
3.  "I'm not mad," he answered.
4.  The complete ignoring by Hurstwood of his own home came with thegrowth of his affection for Carrie. His actions, in all thatrelated to his family, were of the most perfunctory kind. He satat breakfast with his wife and children, absorbed in his ownfancies, which reached far without the realm of their interests.He read his paper, which was heightened in interest by theshallowness of the themes discussed by his son and daughter.Between himself and his wife ran a river of indifference.
5.  "Now," continued Mr. Withers, swaying his derby hat softly andbeating one of his polished shoes upon the floor, "I want toarrange, if possible, to have you come and stop at theWellington. You need not trouble about terms. In fact, we needhardly discuss them. Anything will do for the summer--a merefigure--anything that you think you could afford to pay."
6.  "Yes; this is the second," answered Carrie.


1.  At the sound of a gong near the barn door, two bells were givenby the conductor and Hurstwood opened his lever.
2.  As a matter of fact, she was in a most hopeless quandary. Herewas a man whom she thoroughly liked, who exercised an influenceover her, sufficient almost to delude her into the belief thatshe was possessed of a lively passion for him. She was still thevictim of his keen eyes, his suave manners, his fine clothes.She looked and saw before her a man who was most gracious andsympathetic, who leaned toward her with a feeling that was adelight to observe. She could not resist the glow of histemperament, the light of his eye. She could hardly keep fromfeeling what he felt.
3.  "Get in," said Hurstwood, helping her and jumping after.
4.  "You see that things are safe and all the employees are out whenyou go home, George," Moy had once remarked to him, and he neveronce, in all the period of his long service, neglected to dothis. Neither of the owners had for years been in the resortafter five in the afternoon, and yet their manager as faithfullyfulfilled this request as if they had been there regularly toobserve.
5.  "We are going to supper, of course," he said, with a voice thatwas a mockery of his heart.


1.  Mrs. Hurstwood noticed the lack of colour in it. She turned uponhim, animal-like, able to strike an effectual second blow.
2.  On the walls were designs in colour, square spots of robin's-eggblue, set in ornate frames of gilt, whose corners were elaboratemouldings of fruit and flowers, with fat cupids hovering inangelic comfort. On the ceilings were coloured traceries withmore gilt, leading to a centre where spread a cluster of lights--incandescent globes mingled with glittering prisms and stuccotendrils of gilt. The floor was of a reddish hue, waxed andpolished, and in every direction were mirrors--tall, brilliant,bevel-edged mirrors--reflecting and re-reflecting forms, faces,and candelabra a score and a hundred times.
3.  "I meant that," he said.
4.  "One night," resumed Mrs. Morgan, whose lines came next, "fatherand mother were going to the opera. When they were crossingBroadway, the usual crowd of children accosted them for alms--"
5.   Instantly she remembered that she had hoped to buy a few thingsfor herself. She needed clothes. Her hat was not nice.
6.  "I'm very glad to meet you," said Ames, bowing politely toCarrie.


1.  He meant to ask for a meal ticket, but the seemingly propermoment never came, and he decided to pay himself that night.
2.  "Other men!" exclaimed Carrie. "Other men--you know better thanthat. I did go with Mr. Hurstwood, but whose fault was it?Didn't you bring him here? You told him yourself that he shouldcome out here and take me out. Now, after it's all over, youcome and tell me that I oughtn't to go with him and that he's amarried man."
3.  "Sven thinks it might be best for the winter, anyhow."
4、  On this account he still devoted some time to showing his wifeabout--time which would have been wearisome indeed if it had notbeen for the people he would meet and the little enjoyments whichdid not depend upon her presence or absence. He watched her withconsiderable curiosity at times, for she was still attractive ina way and men looked at her. She was affable, vain, subject toflattery, and this combination, he knew quite well, might producea tragedy in a woman of her home position. Owing to his order ofmind, his confidence in the sex was not great. His wife neverpossessed the virtues which would win the confidence andadmiration of a man of his nature. As long as she loved himvigorously he could see how confidence could be, but when thatwas no longer the binding chain--well, something might happen.
5、  Chapter XVI




  • 刘鸿盛 08-07

      "You're so kind," said Carrie, feeling the goodness of suchattention in her strange situation.

  • 劳恩斯基 08-07

      There was something quite knavish in the man's attitude. His eyeseemed to be cocked with a twinkle upon the fortunate, expectingtheir defeat. His own state seemed a thing apart--notconsidered.

  • 董铮 08-07

       "I'm going up the street for a walk," she said after supper.

  • 李君如 08-07

      The end of this was another engagement at twenty per week.

  • 阿卜杜勒-阿齐兹 08-06

    {  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.

  • 刘玉红 08-05

      "Where?" she asked, looking up.}

  • 郑连胜 08-05

      "All right," said Mrs. Morgan.

  • 乔丹-法玛尔 08-05

      "Yes," she answered.

  • 罗振玉 08-04

       Then the sheer loneliness of his situation rushed upon him infull.

  • 奥普拉 08-02

    {  "A man can make quite a strike writing a book," said Vance. "Inotice this fellow Ross is very much talked about." He waslooking at Carrie as he spoke.

  • 益西达瓦 08-02

      There had been so much enthusiasm engendered that she wasbelieving herself deeply in love. She sighed as she thought ofher handsome adorer. Yes, she would get ready by Saturday. Shewould go, and they would be happy.