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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  He didn't sympathise with the corporations, but strength was withthem. So was property and public utility.
2.  "She just feels a little curious, I guess," ventured Minnie."Everything is so new."
3.  Across the lobby, however, another individual was surveying him.He was of a commonplace Irish type, small of stature, cheaplydressed, and with a head that seemed a smaller edition of somehuge ward politician's. This individual had been evidentlytalking with the clerk, but now he surveyed the ex-managerkeenly.
4.  "Yes, you pay the rent," said Carrie. "You talk as if there wasnothing else in the world but a flat to sit around in. Youhaven't done a thing for three months except sit around andinterfere here. I'd like to know what you married me for?"
5.  Hurstwood was an interesting character after his kind. He wasshrewd and clever in many little things, and capable of creatinga good impression. His managerial position was fairly important--a kind of stewardship which was imposing, but lacked financialcontrol. He had risen by perseverance and industry, through longyears of service, from the position of barkeeper in a commonplacesaloon to his present altitude. He had a little office in theplace, set off in polished cherry and grill-work, where he kept,in a roll-top desk, the rather simple accounts of the place--supplies ordered and needed. The chief executive and financialfunctions devolved upon the owners--Messrs. Fitzgerald and Moy--and upon a cashier who looked after the money taken in.
6.  Hurstwood was sorry when a character, known as Peach Blossom,interrupted her. He stirred irritably, for he wished her to goon. He was charmed by the pale face, the lissome figure, drapedin pearl grey, with a coiled string of pearls at the throat.Carrie had the air of one who was weary and in need ofprotection, and, under the fascinating make-believe of themoment, he rose in feeling until he was ready in spirit to go toher and ease her out of her misery by adding to his own delight.


1.  "Is he?" said Carrie, thinking of the short month that stillremained until that time.
2.  "Not a bit."
3.  The train rolled into the yards, clanging and puffing.
4.  She had secured her hat and jacket and slipped the latter on overher little evening dress. Some wisps of wavy hair had loosenedfrom the bands at the side of her head and were straggling overher hot, red cheeks. She was angry, mortified, grief-stricken.Her large eyes were full of the anguish of tears, but her lidswere not yet wet. She was distracted and uncertain, deciding anddoing things without an aim or conclusion, and she had not theslightest conception of how the whole difficulty would end.
5.  While Carrie was still in this frame of mind, the house-servantbrought up the intelligence that Mr. Hurstwood was in the parlourasking to see Mr. and Mrs. Drouet.
6.  "Oh, they're like everybody else. You can't tell whether they'dever get you anything after you did pay them."


1.  For all the liberal analysis of Spencer and our modernnaturalistic philosophers, we have but an infantile perception ofmorals. There is more in the subject than mere conformity to alaw of evolution. It is yet deeper than conformity to things ofearth alone. It is more involved than we, as yet, perceive.Answer, first, why the heart thrills; explain wherefore someplaintive note goes wandering about the world, undying; makeclear the rose's subtle alchemy evolving its ruddy lamp in lightand rain. In the essence of these facts lie the first principlesof morals.
2.  "Did you? How did you come out with that La Crosse man you weretelling me about?"
3.  "All right," said Carrie.
4.  Carrie had gone sobbing from the door to the window. She was soovercome she could not speak.
5.   "Tuesday," said Carrie, "but they don't allow visitors."
6.  The rain, which threatened at twelve and began at one, servedequally well to cause her to retrace her steps and remain withindoors as it did to reduce Hurstwood's spirits and give him awretched day.


1.  "On Washington Boulevard." he answered, expecting her eye tolight with immediate remembrance.
2.  "What!" said Carrie, lighting the gas and searching for herclothes.
4、  "I'll tell you what I'll do," he added. "I'll write you, care ofthis West Side Post-office. Could you call next Tuesday?"
5、  It was in this mood that he would occasionally dress up, go for ashave, and, putting on his gloves, sally forth quite actively.Not with any definite aim. It was more a barometric condition.He felt just right for being outside and doing something.




  • 吴昌茂 08-08

      "I think I'll go down and stand at the foot of the stairs," shesaid, after a time.

  • 贵志川 08-08

      Carrie walked over to the door.

  • 顾巍钟 08-08

       "Oh, there are different prices," said Carrie. "Sirloin steak istwenty-two cents."

  • 周荣斌 08-08

      He took that up as they walked along the avenue. It was a warmafternoon. The sun had come out and the wind had died down. Ashe talked with Carrie, he secured an accurate detail of theatmosphere of the flat.

  • 周海滨 08-07

    {  Carrie disliked his appearance, but she was too much the actressnot to swallow his qualities with complaisance, seeing that shemust suffer his fictitious love for the evening.

  • 刘克希 08-06

      "I don't know," he said one day, taking a trivial expenditure formeat as a text, "it seems to take an awful lot for us to live."}

  • 巴里 08-06

      He looked at the other drawer and paused again.

  • 王某波 08-06

      "Yes. You mustn't look so mad, though."

  • 朱汉丽 08-05

       In this atmosphere Hurstwood had moved for a number of years, notthinking deeply concerning it. His was not the order of natureto trouble for something better, unless the better wasimmediately and sharply contrasted. As it was, he received andgave, irritated sometimes by the little displays of selfishindifference, pleased at times by some show of finery whichsupposedly made for dignity and social distinction. The life ofthe resort which he managed was his life. There he spent most ofhis time. When he went home evenings the house looked nice.With rare exceptions the meals were acceptable, being the kindthat an ordinary servant can arrange. In part, he was interestedin the talk of his son and daughter, who always looked well. Thevanity of Mrs. Hurstwood caused her to keep her person rathershowily arrayed, but to Hurstwood this was much better thanplainness. There was no love lost between them. There was nogreat feeling of dissatisfaction. Her opinion on any subject wasnot startling. They did not talk enough together to come to theargument of any one point. In the accepted and popular phrase,she had her ideas and he had his. Once in a while he would meeta woman whose youth, sprightliness, and humour would make hiswife seem rather deficient by contrast, but the temporarydissatisfaction which such an encounter might arouse would becounterbalanced by his social position and a certain matter ofpolicy. He could not complicate his home life, because it mightaffect his relations with his employers. They wanted noscandals. A man, to hold his position, must have a dignifiedmanner, a clean record, a respectable home anchorage. Thereforehe was circumspect in all he did, and whenever he appeared in thepublic ways in the afternoon, or on Sunday, it was with his wife,and sometimes his children. He would visit the local resorts, orthose near by in Wisconsin, and spend a few stiff, polished daysstrolling about conventional places doing conventional things.He knew the need of it.

  • 王斌领 08-03

    {  "It must have been Jessica," said Mrs. Hurstwood, not wishing toseem to attach any importance to the incident.

  • 郑强苏 08-03

      He came in one day with something of this idea in his mind.