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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I came to tell you that--that I can't take the money."
2.  Accordingly, he headed for the Casino one afternoon, passing itseveral times in an effort to locate the stage entrance. Then hesat in Bryant Park, a block away, waiting. "She can't refuse tohelp me a little," he kept saying to himself.
3.  When Minnie found the note next morning, after a night of mingledwonder and anxiety, which was not exactly touched by yearning,sorrow, or love, she exclaimed: "Well, what do you think ofthat?"
4.  For nearly a quarter of a century, in another section of thecity, Fleischmann, the baker, had given a loaf of bread to anyone who would come for it to the side door of his restaurant atthe corner of Broadway and Tenth Street, at midnight. Everynight during twenty years about three hundred men had formed inline and at the appointed time marched past the doorway, pickedtheir loaf from a great box placed just outside, and vanishedagain into the night. From the beginning to the present timethere had been little change in the character or number of thesemen. There were two or three figures that had grown familiar tothose who had seen this little procession pass year after year.Two of them had missed scarcely a night in fifteen years. Therewere about forty, more or less, regular callers. The remainderof the line was formed of strangers. In times of panic andunusual hardships there were seldom more than three hundred. Intimes of prosperity, when little is heard of the unemployed,there were seldom less. The same number, winter and summer, instorm or calm, in good times and bad, held this melancholymidnight rendezvous at Fleischmann's bread box.
5.  "So your husband told me," he answered. "Well, it was reallyvery enjoyable. Turned out much better than I expected."
6.  "Well, I don't know as I'd care to change," said Carrie, who wasalready turning over the three-dollar rate in her mind. She wasthinking if she had only herself to support this would leave herseventeen for herself.

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1.  Carrie only listened as one who has granted a temporary amnesty.She began to feel as if the matter were in her hands entirely.
2.  "She did act sort of funny at times. Here she had dressed, andgone out this morning and never said a word."
3.  Going to Miss Osborne's that afternoon, she found that littlelady packing and singing.
4.  "I'm with the company at the Casino now."
5.  All these things developed by degrees, and Hurstwood began toponder over what would become of the saloon. One day he spokeabout it to his partner.
6.  His dinner cost him .50. By eight o'clock he was through, andthen, seeing guests leaving and the crowd of pleasure-seekersthickening outside wondered where he should go. Not home.Carrie would be up. No, he would not go back there this evening.He would stay out and knock around as a man who was independent--not broke--well might. He bought a cigar, and went outside onthe corner where other individuals were lounging--brokers, racingpeople, thespians--his own flesh and blood. As he stood there,he thought of the old evenings in Chicago, and how he used todispose of them. Many's the game he had had. This took him topoker.

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1.  "Why, hello, Charlie, old man," said Hurstwood, as Drouet came inthat evening about eight o'clock. "How goes it?" The room wascrowded.
2.  "Yes," said Mr. Kenny, and then, turning the word again added:"How are things out in Chicago?"
3.  Carrie looked gratefully at Hurstwood, and smiled at Drouet. Theformer took the air of a mere friend. He was simply there toenjoy himself. Anything that Carrie did was pleasing to him,nothing more.
4.  The misfortune of the Hurstwood household was due to the factthat jealousy, having been born of love, did not perish with it.Mrs. Hurstwood retained this in such form that subsequentinfluences could transform it into hate. Hurstwood was stillworthy, in a physical sense, of the affection his wife had oncebestowed upon him, but in a social sense he fell short. With hisregard died his power to be attentive to her, and this, to awoman, is much greater than outright crime toward another. Ourself-love dictates our appreciation of the good or evil inanother. In Mrs. Hurstwood it discoloured the very hue of herhusband's indifferent nature. She saw design in deeds andphrases which sprung only from a faded appreciation of herpresence.
5.   "Yes," she answered.
6.  When she awoke at eight the next morning, Hanson had gone. Hersister was busy in the dining-room, which was also the sitting-room, sewing. She worked, after dressing, to arrange a littlebreakfast for herself, and then advised with Minnie as to whichway to look. The latter had changed considerably since Carrie hadseen her. She was now a thin, though rugged, woman of twenty-seven, with ideas of life coloured by her husband's, and fasthardening into narrower conceptions of pleasure and duty than hadever been hers in a thoroughly circumscribed youth. She hadinvited Carrie, not because she longed for her presence, butbecause the latter was dissatisfied at home, and could probablyget work and pay her board here. She was pleased to see her in away but reflected her husband's point of view in the matter ofwork. Anything was good enough so long as it paid--say, fivedollars a week to begin with. A shop girl was the destinyprefigured for the newcomer. She would get in one of the greatshops and do well enough until--well, until something happened.Neither of them knew exactly what. They did not figure onpromotion. They did not exactly count on marriage. Things wouldgo on, though, in a dim kind of way until the better thing wouldeventuate, and Carrie would be rewarded for coming and toiling inthe city. It was under such auspicious circumstances that shestarted out this morning to look for work.

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1.  There was much more passing now than the mere words indicated.He recognised the indescribable thing that made up forfascination and beauty in her. She realised that she was ofinterest to him from the one standpoint which a woman bothdelights in and fears. Her manner was simple, though for the veryreason that she had not yet learned the many little affectationswith which women conceal their true feelings. Some things shedid appeared bold. A clever companion--had she ever had one--would have warned her never to look a man in the eyes sosteadily.
2.  "He's here in New York, I guess," she said. "I haven't seen himfor some time."
3.  "That's strange," thought Drouet. "She didn't say a word to me.I wonder where she went?"
4、  After rehearsal Carrie informed Lola."Did they really?" exclaimed the latter, thinking of theWellington as a group of managers. "Isn't that fine? Oh, jolly!It's so swell. That's where we dined that night we went withthose two Cushing boys. Don't you know?"
5、  "I thought you might tell me."

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  • 李小融 08-08

      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.

  • 阿布拉江 08-08

      "What is it?" said the manager to Carrie, apparently noticing herfor the first time. He thought he was going to be held up forfree tickets.

  • 邓琦廖 08-08

       "Why, just this. You have this quality in your eyes and mouthand in your nature. You can lose it, you know. If you turn awayfrom it and live to satisfy yourself alone, it will go fastenough. The look will leave your eyes. Your mouth will change.Your power to act will disappear. You may think they won't, butthey will. Nature takes care of that."

  • 高永珍 08-08

      "Oh, nothing--nothing much."

  • 维斯布鲁克 08-07

    {  "Sure you did?" he asked.

  • 孔趋 08-06

      "He could go along," said Carrie.}

  • 黄剑陆 08-06

      "Miss Madenda," said Quincel.

  • 玛丽·萨瓦尔 08-06

      "Our lease expires when?" asked Hurstwood, thinking. "NextFebruary, isn't it?"

  • 宿芦花 08-05

       "What is it they're going to play?"

  • 刘亚森 08-03

    {  They were at their little table in the room which might have beenused for a kitchen, where Carrie occasionally served a meal. To-night the fancy had caught her, and the little table was spreadwith a pleasing repast.

  • 艾米丽 08-03

      "What a fool I was to do that," he said over and over. "What amistake!"

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