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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The words irritated Hurstwood greatly. Hot blood poured into hisbrain. Many thoughts formulated themselves. He was no thief.He didn't want the money. If he could only explain to Fitzgeraldand Moy, maybe it would be all right again.
2.  Now, as Carrie watched him out of the corner of her eye, certainsound thoughts came into her head. He had erred, true, but whathad she done? He was kindly and good-natured for all his egotism.Throughout this argument he had said nothing very harsh. On theother hand, there was Hurstwood--a greater deceiver than he. Hehad pretended all this affection, all this passion, and he waslying to her all the while. Oh, the perfidy of men! And she hadloved him. There could be nothing more in that quarter. Shewould see Hurstwood no more. She would write him and let himknow what she thought. Thereupon what would she do? Here werethese rooms. Here was Drouet, pleading for her to remain.Evidently things could go on here somewhat as before, if all werearranged. It would be better than the street, without a place tolay her head.
4.  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.
5.  "No, sir."
6.  The aroused manager whistled merrily for a good four miles to hisoffice an old melody that he had not recalled for fifteen years.


1.  There was a drawing, too, of attention, a riveting of feeling,heretofore wandering.
2.  Hurstwood was already confronted, and recognised his friendKenny, the stock-broker.
3.  "Where?"
4.  He would find out what she needed and order.
5.  "I can't stand much of this," said Hurstwood, whose legs achedhim painfully, as he sat down upon the miserable bunk in thesmall, lightless chamber allotted to him. "I've got to eat, orI'll die."
6.  "Are you still sure to close up?" said Carrie, venturing to takeup the subject which they had discussed often enough.


1.  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.
2.  "All right," said Hurstwood. "What time does that get toDetroit?"
3.  "Well?" he said, not venturing to ask what news.
4.  Not trained to reason or introspect himself, he could not analysethe change that was taking place in his mind, and hence his body,but he felt the depression of it. Constant comparison betweenhis old state and his new showed a balance for the worse, whichproduced a constant state of gloom or, at least, depression.Now, it has been shown experimentally that a constantly subduedframe of mind produces certain poisons in the blood, calledkatastates, just as virtuous feelings of pleasure and delightproduce helpful chemicals called anastates. The poisonsgenerated by remorse inveigh against the system, and eventuallyproduce marked physical deterioration. To these Hurstwood wassubject.
5.   "Oh, I see," said the woman, interrupting her. "No, I don't knowof anything now."
6.  "Stand back, now," they yelled. "Get out of this. What the helldo you mean? Out, now."


1.  "I'm old enough to play poker and do something with it. I'll trymy hand to-night."
2.  She gazed weakly at him and said: "Well, what do you think youwill do? A hundred dollars won't last long."
3.  Drouet was glad to do anything for relief. He fairly hustledaround to the side entrance, and was let in by the friendly door-keeper. Carrie was standing in the wings, weakly waiting hernext cue, all the snap and nerve gone out of her.
4、  "She's not so inexperienced as she looks," he thought, andthereafter his respect and ardour were increased.
5、  On the strength of this, he was content to lose his ante. Thedeals did fairly by him in the long run, causing him to come awaywith a few dollars to the good.




  • 陈亚辉 08-08

      "How are you, Frank?" said Hurstwood, somewhat relieved by thesight of him. "Sit down," and he motioned him to one of thechairs in the little room.

  • 张楚华 08-08

      Minnie was no companion for her sister--she was too old. Herthoughts were staid and solemnly adapted to a condition. IfHanson had any pleasant thoughts or happy feelings he concealedthem. He seemed to do all his mental operations without the aidof physical expression. He was as still as a deserted chamber.Carrie, on the other hand, had the blood of youth and someimagination. Her day of love and the mysteries of courtship werestill ahead. She could think of things she would like to do, ofclothes she would like to wear, and of places she would like tovisit. These were the things upon which her mind ran, and it waslike meeting with opposition at every turn to find no one here tocall forth or respond to her feelings.

  • 甘珠儿 08-08

       Carrie laughed.

  • 唐晓枫 08-08

      "How about accidents?" said a voice. "You might get hurt."

  • 简爱 08-07

    {  Every eye was fixed on Carrie, still proud and scornful. Theymoved as she moved. Their eyes were with her eyes.

  • 伊原纯一 08-06

      "No, I'm not," said Carrie shyly.}

  • 方宗泽 08-06

      "Why, Mrs. Wheeler," said Mrs. Vance, looking Carrie over in aglance, "where have you been? Why haven't you been to see me?I've been wondering all this time what had become of you.Really, I----"

  • 汪龙 08-06

      Hurstwood was now fully aroused to the immediate difficulty, andceased to think of his own situation. He must do something withthis girl, or she would cause him trouble. He tried the art ofpersuasion with all his powers aroused.

  • 陈正 08-05

       "Let me look."

  • 胡高平 08-03

    {  He had truly never seen so much spirit in the girl before. Hertendency to discover a touch of sadness had for the noncedisappeared. As she spoke her eyes were bright, her cheeks red.She radiated much of the pleasure which her undertakings gaveher. For all her misgivings--and they were as plentiful as themoments of the day--she was still happy. She could not repressher delight in doing this little thing which, to an ordinaryobserver, had no importance at all.

  • 艾格拉斯 08-03

      "What's the matter, Carrie?" said Hurstwood after a time,noticing her quiet, almost moody state.