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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Where did George get the dog he has there in the yard?"
2.  Hurstwood did not understand. He was wondering how she was to bepersuaded--what appeal would move her to forsake Drouet. Hebegan to wonder how far her affection for him would carry her.He was thinking of some question which would make her tell.
3.  "George," said Mrs. Hurstwood, in that tone of voice which hadlong since come to be associated in his mind with demands, "wewant you to get us a season ticket to the races."
4.  "I want to see SOMETHING," said Carrie, and by the tone she putinto the last word they realised for the first time she was notpleased with them.
5.  He folded his paper and drew near, silence holding for a time,except for the "Pass me's."
6.  A small, nervous laugh accompanied this.


1.  "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?"
2.  Carrie smiled again. She felt the acuteness of Hurstwood'sposition, and wished deeply that she could be alone with him, butshe did not understand the change in Drouet. Hurstwood foundthat he could not talk, repressed as he was, and grudging Drouetevery moment of his presence, he bowed himself out with theelegance of a Faust. Outside he set his teeth with envy.
3.  Drouet hesitated, now that he was in her presence, uncertain asto what course to pursue. He was no diplomat. He could neitherread nor see.
4.  The next night, walking to the theatre, she encountered him faceto face. He was waiting, more gaunt than ever, determined to seeher, if he had to send in word. At first she did not recognisethe shabby, baggy figure. He frightened her, edging so close, aseemingly hungry stranger.
5.  "I don't want you to," he said tenderly, taking her hand.
6.  "Pshaw," he said, "you don't want to do that."


1.  He did not intend to say any more. Now, if he should appear onthe scene with a few friends, he could say that he had been urgedto come along. Drouet had a desire to wipe out the possibilityof confusion.
2.  This was a common trick of other residents of the building,whenever they had forgotten their outside keys. They did notapologise for it, however.
3.  "Yes, and there's the coal man," said Carrie.
4.  "I see," said Carrie, and then, half-smiling to be agreeable, shewalked out.
5.   She was glad when the short half hour was over and the wheelsbegan to whirr again. Though wearied, she would beinconspicuous. This illusion ended when another young man passedalong the aisle and poked her indifferently in the ribs with histhumb. She turned about, indignation leaping to her eyes, but hehad gone on and only once turned to grin. She found it difficultto conquer an inclination to cry.
6.  Hurstwood ascended a dusty flight of steps and entered a small,dust-coloured office, in which were a railing, a long desk, andseveral clerks.


1.  "I wish I could travel," said the girl, gazing idly out of thewindow.
2.  "Suppose you come and look at the rooms," he added.
3.  "Carrie doesn't seem to like her place very well," said Minnie toher husband when the latter came out, paper in hand, to sit inthe dining-room a few minutes.
4、  Now, it so happened that from his observations of Carrie he beganto imagine that she was of the thoroughly domestic type of mind.He really thought, after a year, that her chief expression inlife was finding its natural channel in household duties.Notwithstanding the fact that he had observed her act in Chicago,and that during the past year he had only seen her limited in herrelations to her flat and him by conditions which he made, andthat she had not gained any friends or associates, he drew thispeculiar conclusion. With it came a feeling of satisfaction inhaving a wife who could thus be content, and this satisfactionworked its natural result. That is, since he imagined he saw hersatisfied, he felt called upon to give only that whichcontributed to such satisfaction. He supplied the furniture, thedecorations, the food, and the necessary clothing. Thoughts ofentertaining her, leading her out into the shine and show oflife, grew less and less. He felt attracted to the outer world,but did not think she would care to go along. Once he went tothe theatre alone. Another time he joined a couple of his newfriends at an evening game of poker. Since his money-featherswere beginning to grow again he felt like sprucing about. Allthis, however, in a much less imposing way than had been his wontin Chicago. He avoided the gay places where he would be apt tomeet those who had known him.Now, Carrie began to feel this in various sensory ways. She wasnot the kind to be seriously disturbed by his actions. Notloving him greatly, she could not be jealous in a disturbing way.In fact, she was not jealous at all. Hurstwood was pleased withher placid manner, when he should have duly considered it. Whenhe did not come home it did not seem anything like a terriblething to her. She gave him credit for having the usualallurements of men--people to talk to, places to stop, friends toconsult with. She was perfectly willing that he should enjoyhimself in his way, but she did not care to be neglected herself.Her state still seemed fairly reasonable, however. All she didobserve was that Hurstwood was somewhat different.
5、  They were married by a Baptist minister, the first divine theyfound convenient.




  • 傅高义 08-08

      He smiled and went lightly away. Carrie was thoroughlyimpressed. She had never come in contact with such grace. Asfor Drouet, he was equally pleased.

  • 童迪 08-08

      "Oh, yes I do--course I do--what put that into your head?"

  • 黄永礼 08-08

       Hurstwood looked, but there was no face there now. He climbedmoodily into the cab, relieved and distressed.

  • 程莉 08-08

      There was something about this which struck Carrie as slightlyinconsiderate. She could see that Drouet did not have thekeenest sensibilities.

  • 陈玉芹 08-07

    {  "You wait here," he said to Carrie, when they reached thewaiting-room, "while I get the tickets."

  • 王伶雅 08-06

      "Old Fahrway must be making money," put in Hurstwood.}

  • 邢俊武 08-06

      Nevertheless, she was pleased to think he would ask. Her eyesbrightened, for if there was anything that enlisted hersympathies it was the art of the stage.True to his nature, Drouet clung to this idea as an easy way out.

  • 苏红 08-06

      "Poor fellow," read Carrie, consulting the text and drawing hervoice out pathetically. "Martin, be sure and give him a glass ofwine before he goes."

  • 马年生 08-05


  • 倪萍 08-03

    {  "There's no use explaining to you about this," he said at last."There's no use of your asking me. I'm no fool, you know. Iknow just what you can do and what you can't. You can create alot of trouble if you want to. I know that all right, but itwon't help you to get the money. Now, I've made up my mind whatto do. I've already written Fitzgerald and Moy, so there'snothing I can say. You wait until you hear more from them."

  • 福特 08-03

      "I'll try," said Carrie, brimming with affection and enthusiasm.