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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "That sounds like somebody that can act, doesn't it?" saidQuincel.
2.  He seemed rather annoyed at having to bother with such help, butput down her name and then led her across to where a line ofgirls occupied stools in front of clacking machines. On theshoulder of one of the girls who was punching eye-holes in onepiece of the upper, by the aid of the machine, he put his hand.
3.  "How are you getting along?" he would blandly inquire.
4.  "Now, this handle here regulates your speed. To here," he said,pointing with his finger, "gives you about four miles an hour.This is eight. When it's full on, you make about fourteen milesan hour."
5.  Doing her simple part, Carrie gradually realised the meaning ofthe applause which was for her, and it was sweet. She feltmildly guilty of something--perhaps unworthiness. When herassociates addressed her in the wings she only smiled weakly.The pride and daring of place were not for her. It never oncecrossed her mind to be reserved or haughty--to be other than shehad been. After the performances she rode to her room with Lola,in a carriage provided.
6.  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?"


1.  There was a time when he had been considerably enamoured of hisJessica, especially when he was younger and more confined in hissuccess. Now, however, in her seventeenth year, Jessica haddeveloped a certain amount of reserve and independence which wasnot inviting to the richest form of parental devotion. She was inthe high school, and had notions of life which were decidedlythose of a patrician. She liked nice clothes and urged for themconstantly. Thoughts of love and elegant individualestablishments were running in her head. She met girls at thehigh school whose parents were truly rich and whose fathers hadstanding locally as partners or owners of solid businesses.These girls gave themselves the airs befitting the thrivingdomestic establishments from whence they issued. They were theonly ones of the school about whom Jessica concerned herself.
2.  Miss Osborne took it for granted that, like herself, Carrie'stime was her own. She invariably asked her to stay, proposinglittle outings and other things of that sort until Carrie beganneglecting her dinner hours. Hurstwood noticed it, but felt inno position to quarrel with her. Several times she came so lateas scarcely to have an hour in which to patch up a meal and startfor the theatre.
3.  Carrie started at the name, but recovered quickly enough to avoidnotice.
4.  Carrie stepped along easily enough after they got out of the carat Thirty-fourth Street, but soon fixed her eyes upon the lovelycompany which swarmed by and with them as they proceeded. Shenoticed suddenly that Mrs. Vance's manner had rather stiffenedunder the gaze of handsome men and elegantly dressed ladies,whose glances were not modified by any rules of propriety. Tostare seemed the proper and natural thing. Carrie found herselfstared at and ogled. Men in flawless top-coats, high hats, andsilver-headed walking sticks elbowed near and looked too ofteninto conscious eyes. Ladies rustled by in dresses of stiffcloth, shedding affected smiles and perfume. Carrie noticedamong them the sprinkling of goodness and the heavy percentage ofvice. The rouged and powdered cheeks and lips, the scented hair,the large, misty, and languorous eye, were common enough. With astart she awoke to find that she was in fashion's crowd, onparade in a show place--and such a show place! Jewellers' windowsgleamed along the path with remarkable frequency. Florist shops,furriers, haberdashers, confectioners--all followed in rapidsuccession. The street was full of coaches. Pompous doormen inimmense coats, shiny brass belts and buttons, waited in front ofexpensive salesrooms. Coachmen in tan boots, white tights, andblue jackets waited obsequiously for the mistresses of carriageswho were shopping inside. The whole street bore the flavour ofriches and show, and Carrie felt that she was not of it. Shecould not, for the life of her, assume the attitude and smartnessof Mrs. Vance, who, in her beauty, was all assurance. She couldonly imagine that it must be evident to many that she was theless handsomely dressed of the two. It cut her to the quick, andshe resolved that she would not come here again until she lookedbetter. At the same time she longed to feel the delight ofparading here as an equal. Ah, then she would be happy!
5.  It got to where Hurstwood had seventy-five dollars up. The otherman really became serious. Perhaps this individual (Hurstwood)really did have a stiff hand.
6.  It had been several years since Minnie had seen Carrie, and inthat time the latter's character had developed a few shades.Naturally timid in all things that related to her ownadvancement, and especially so when without power or resource,her craving for pleasure was so strong that it was the one stayof her nature. She would speak for that when silent on all else.


1.  "You talk as though I had persuaded you," answered Carrie. "Youstand there and throw up what you've done. I don't want your oldthings. I'll not have them. You take them to-night and do whatyou please with them. I'll not stay here another minute."
2.  Carrie remembered this with a start. Where to get the money? Shehad none laid up for such an emergency. Rent day was drawingnear.
3.  "We'll have to be rather saving," he said, laying down some meathe had purchased. "You won't get any money for a week or soyet."
4.  "Well, then, Wheeler," he said. "I'll get the license thisafternoon."
5.   "Say, Kitty," called one to a girl who was doing a waltz step ina few feet of space near one of the windows, "are you going tothe ball with me?"
6.  "He may not now," answered Hurstwood, doggedly, wellunderstanding the inference; "but his life isn't done yet. Youcan't tell what'll happen. He may get down like anybody else."


1.  He waited and waited, while the man talked on.
2.  "'Under the Gaslight,'" said Mr. Quincel, mentioning AugustinDaly's famous production, which had worn from a great publicsuccess down to an amateur theatrical favourite, with many of thetroublesome accessories cut out and the dramatis personae reducedto the smallest possible number.
3.  "They must have some place around here," he thought. "Where doesthat fellow from Newark stay?"
4、  "I mean it," he said. "Frown hard when Mr. Sparks dances. Iwant to see how it looks."
5、  "So we ought," he observed readily.




  • 潘力 08-12

      "Yes," he rejoined.

  • 郭车 08-12

      Carrie remembered her triumph in the room. She tried to thinkshe could to it.

  • 邢立斌 08-12

       In the second year, the business which Hurstwood managed didincrease somewhat. He got out of it regularly the 0 per monthwhich he had anticipated. Unfortunately, by this time Carrie hadreached certain conclusions, and he had scraped up a fewacquaintances.

  • 沈克泉 08-12

      When Hanson came home at seven o'clock, he was inclined to be alittle crusty--his usual demeanour before supper. This nevershowed so much in anything he said as in a certain solemnity ofcountenance and the silent manner in which he slopped about. Hehad a pair of yellow carpet slippers which he enjoyed wearing,and these he would immediately substitute for his solid pair ofshoes. This, and washing his face with the aid of common washingsoap until it glowed a shiny red, constituted his onlypreparation for his evening meal. He would then get his eveningpaper and read in silence.

  • 德娜·卡茨 08-11

    {  "He wouldn't mind--he'd enjoy it," said Carrie.

  • 杜俊岭 08-10

      "You're sure separate tickets wouldn't do as well?" he asked,hesitating to say anything more rugged.}

  • 梅雷兹 08-10

      In the city, at that time, there were a number of charitiessimilar in nature to that of the captain's, which Hurstwood nowpatronised in a like unfortunate way. One was a convent mission-house of the Sisters of Mercy in Fifteenth Street--a row of redbrick family dwellings, before the door of which hung a plainwooden contribution box, on which was painted the statement thatevery noon a meal was given free to all those who might apply andask for aid. This simple announcement was modest in the extreme,covering, as it did, a charity so broad. Institutions andcharities are so large and so numerous in New York that suchthings as this are not often noticed by the more comfortablysituated. But to one whose mind is upon the matter, they growexceedingly under inspection. Unless one were looking up thismatter in particular, he could have stood at Sixth Avenue andFifteenth Street for days around the noon hour and never havenoticed that out of the vast crowd that surged along that busythoroughfare there turned out, every few seconds, some weather-beaten, heavy-footed specimen of humanity, gaunt in countenanceand dilapidated in the matter of clothes. The fact is none theless true, however, and the colder the day the more apparent itbecame. Space and a lack of culinary room in the mission-house,compelled an arrangement which permitted of only twenty-five orthirty eating at one time, so that a line had to be formedoutside and an orderly entrance effected. This caused a dailyspectacle which, however, had become so common by repetitionduring a number of years that now nothing was thought of it. Themen waited patiently, like cattle, in the coldest weather--waitedfor several hours before they could be admitted. No questionswere asked and no service rendered. They ate and went awayagain, some of them returning regularly day after day the winterthrough.

  • 刘长锁 08-10

      "It doesn't say what the new man's going to do with it," remarkedHurstwood, looking back to the paper.

  • 范老五 08-09

       "Why don't you get yourself one of those nice serge skirtsthey're selling at Lord & Taylor's?" she said one day. "They'rethe circular style, and they're going to be worn from now on. Adark blue one would look so nice on you."

  • 杂·单增曲扎 08-07

    {  While the money was in his hand the lock clicked. It had sprung!Did he do it? He grabbed at the knob and pulled vigorously. Ithad closed. Heavens! he was in for it now, sure enough.

  • 丰俭 08-07

      "Is Mr. Drouet in?" said Hurstwood blandly.