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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Sure you did?" he asked.
2.  "I wonder how the trains run?" he thought.
3.  "Got to go straight home, have you?" he said.
4.  He hurried to Madison Street and boarded a horse-car, whichcarried him to Ogden Place in half an hour.
5.  "The man who owns this ground has sold it."
6.  "He didn't say anything to me," Hurstwood concluded, finding itdifficult to refrain from a bitter tone.


1.  The latter nodded.
2.  When some one of the many middle-class individuals whom he knew,who had money, would get into trouble, he would shake his head.It didn't do to talk about those things. If it came up fordiscussion among such friends as with him passed for close, hewould deprecate the folly of the thing. "It was all right to doit--all men do those things--but why wasn't he careful? A mancan't be too careful." He lost sympathy for the man that made amistake and was found out.
3.  "Mercy!" interrupted Carrie. "I couldn't pay any such rate asthat."
4.  "Are you?" said her mother.
5.  "Say," he said, rising, putting a note of determination in hisvoice which caused her to delay her departure, "what's the matterwith you of late? Can't I talk with you any more?"
6.  Hurstwood obeyed. At the corner he saw the wisdom of it. Nosooner did the man perceive the intention to ignore him, than heshook his fist.


1.  "The Custer Lodge is getting up a little entertainment for theirown good, and they'd like a little newspaper notice. You knowwhat I mean--a squib or two saying that it's going to takeplace."
2.  During the last year or two the expenses of the family seemed alarge thing. Jessica wanted fine clothes, and Mrs. Hurstwood,not to be outshone by her daughter, also frequently enlivened herapparel. Hurstwood had said nothing in the past, but one day hemurmured.
3.  At eleven o'clock of another evening, perhaps two weeks later, hewas at the midnight offering of a loaf--waiting patiently. Ithad been an unfortunate day with him, but now he took his fatewith a touch of philosophy. If he could secure no supper, or washungry late in the evening, here was a place he could come. Afew minutes before twelve, a great box of bread was pushed out,and exactly on the hour a portly, round-faced German tookposition by it, calling "Ready." The whole line at once movedforward each taking his loaf in turn and going his separate way.On this occasion, the ex-manager ate his as he went plodding thedark streets in silence to his bed.
4.  "I don't know exactly," he said. "They just called me up to goand get you and bring you out. They said there wasn't any needfor alarm, but that I shouldn't fail to bring you."
5.   "Well, now, Miss Madenda," he said, very affably, as Carriethought, "you go over there."
6.  The manager who was putting on the summer skit at the Casino hadnever heard of Carrie, but the several notices she had received,her published picture, and the programme bearing her name hadsome little weight with him. He gave her a silent part at thirtydollars a week.


1.  "Certainly," he said, looking in wonder at the money.
2.  "There's more marching in this opera than ever I did before,"added the girl.
3.  "Sure," he returned, pleasantly.
4、  There had been something so personal, so subtle, in each meetingbetween them, both when Drouet was present and when he wasabsent, that Carrie could not speak of it without feeling a senseof difficulty. She was no talker. She could never arrange herthoughts in fluent order. It was always a matter of feeling withher, strong and deep. Each time there had been no sentence ofimportance which she could relate, and as for the glances andsensations, what woman would reveal them? Such things had neverbeen between her and Drouet. As a matter of fact, they couldnever be. She had been dominated by distress and theenthusiastic forces of relief which Drouet represented at anopportune moment when she yielded to him. Now she was persuadedby secret current feelings which Drouet had never understood.Hurstwood's glance was as effective as the spoken words of alover, and more. They called for no immediate decision, andcould not be answered.
5、  "I don't know," said Quincel. "She's a friend of one of ourmembers."




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