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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  On the morrow, however, there was nothing in the papersconcerning the event, and, in view of the flow of common,everyday things about, it now lost a shade of the glow of theprevious evening. Drouet himself was not talking so much OF asFOR her. He felt instinctively that, for some reason or other,he needed reconstruction in her regard.
2.  "Be sure you're there promptly," the manager said roughly."You'll be dropped if you're not."
3.  "The man was here for the rent to-day."
4.  "Will you?" said Carrie.
5.  Carrie looked about her, after she had drunk a tinful of waterfrom a bucket in one corner, for a place to sit and eat. Theother girls had ranged themselves about the windows or the work-benches of those of the men who had gone out. She saw no placewhich did not hold a couple or a group of girls, and being tootimid to think of intruding herself, she sought out her machineand, seated upon her stool, opened her lunch on her lap. Thereshe sat listening to the chatter and comment about her. It was,for the most part, silly and graced by the current slang.Several of the men in the room exchanged compliments with thegirls at long range.
6.  "I never did, either," said Carrie merrily, her face flushed withdelight.


1.  "Who told you this?" she asked, forgetting that her interest wasout of order and exceedingly incriminating.
2.  "Oh, no," she said. "I'd rather you wouldn't. I'd rather youwouldn't be with me when I meet my sister."
3.  "Not very."
4.  To-night he was in his element. He came with several friendsdirectly from Rector's in a carriage. In the lobby he metDrouet, who was just returning from a trip for more cigars. Allfive now joined in an animated conversation concerning thecompany present and the general drift of lodge affairs.
5.  Carrie looked at him curiously. She hardly knew how to continuethe inquiry.
6.  "Do you lose what you put in?"


1.  Still no answer.
2.  "You see this handle," he said, reaching up to an electric cut-off, which was fastened to the roof. "This throws the currentoff or on. If you want to reverse the car you turn it over here.If you want to send it forward, you put it over here. If youwant to cut off the power, you keep it in the middle."
3.  "You ought to have seen the tie he had on. Gee, but he was amark."
4.  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.
5.   "I tell you," he said, "I surprised the people at the office.I've sold more goods this last quarter than any other man of ourhouse on the road. I sold three thousand dollars' worth in LaCrosse."
6.  "No, he doesn't go very often," returned Minnie.


1.  "There're some cots upstairs," interrupted the man, "if you wantone of them."
2.  "Do you travel far?"
3.  When he reached the flat by half-past five, it was still dark.He knew that Carrie was not there, not only because there was nolight showing through the transom, but because the evening paperswere stuck between the outside knob and the door. He opened withhis key and went in. Everything was still dark. Lighting thegas, he sat down, preparing to wait a little while. Even ifCarrie did come now, dinner would be late. He read until six,then got up to fix something for himself.
4、  "Not sick, are you?" he asked."I think I am," returned Hurstwood.
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.




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      Seeing the opposition to his action, he looked sullenly along theline, then moved out, taking his place at the foot. When orderhad been restored, the animal feeling of opposition relaxed.

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      Thus in life there is ever the intellectual and the emotionalnature--the mind that reasons, and the mind that feels. Of onecome the men of action--generals and statesmen; of the other, thepoets and dreamers--artists all.

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       Hurstwood said nothing. He had seen the new things she wasbuying; the way she was neglecting household duties; thereadiness with which she was slipping out afternoons and staying.He felt that something was going to happen. All at once shespoke:

  • 耿诺 08-09

      "Well," he said, taking offence at her manner, "you needn't getmad about it. I'm just asking you."

  • 张超群 08-08

    {  "Gee, but it's cold!"

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      "Well!" he said after a time, quite audibly, "I don't know."}

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      Slowly, exceedingly slowly, his desire to greet, conciliate, andmake at home these people who visited the Warren Street placepassed from him. More and more slowly the significance of therealm he had left began to be clear. It did not seem sowonderful to be in it when he was in it. It had seemed very easyfor any one to get up there and have ample raiment and money tospend, but now that he was out of it, how far off it became. Hebegan to see as one sees a city with a wall about it. Men wereposted at the gates. You could not get in. Those inside did notcare to come out to see who you were. They were so merry insidethere that all those outside were forgotten, and he was on theoutside.

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       "I had enough of it yesterday," said the other. "I wouldn't wanta steady job of this."

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      In the course of time it told upon his temper. His eye no longerpossessed that buoyant, searching shrewdness which hadcharacterised it in Adams Street. His step was not as sharp andfirm. He was given to thinking, thinking, thinking. The newfriends he made were not celebrities. They were of a cheaper, aslightly more sensual and cruder, grade. He could not possiblytake the pleasure in this company that he had in that of thosefine frequenters of the Chicago resort. He was left to brood.