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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You will be in Chicago some little time, won't you?" he observedat one turn of the now easy conversation.
2.  Carrie pitied, and trembled for her turn.
3.  There was no after-theatre lark, however, so far as Carrie wasconcerned. She made her way homeward, thinking about herabsence. Hurstwood was asleep, but roused up to look as shepassed through to her own bed.
4.  Curiously, for all her leaning towards Hurstwood, he had nottaken a firm hold on her understanding. She was listening,smiling, approving, and yet not finally agreeing. This was dueto a lack of power on his part, a lack of that majesty of passionthat sweeps the mind from its seat, fuses and melts all argumentsand theories into a tangled mass, and destroys for the time beingthe reasoning power. This majesty of passion is possessed bynearly every man once in his life, but it is usually an attributeof youth and conduces to the first successful mating.
6.  Hurstwood looked, but there was no face there now. He climbedmoodily into the cab, relieved and distressed.


1.  He came in one day with something of this idea in his mind.
2.  Lo, the manager remembered that he had never had so much. Allhis property had been slowly accumulated, and now his wife ownedthat. He was worth more than forty thousand, all told--but shewould get that.
3.  "We deal with a very good class of people," he told Hurstwood."Merchants, salesmen, and professionals. It's a well-dressedclass. No bums. We don't allow 'em in the place."
4.  "I'll just go down Broadway," he said to himself.
5.  As the waiter bowed and scraped about, felt the dishes to see ifthey were hot enough, brought spoons and forks, and did all thoselittle attentive things calculated to impress the luxury of thesituation upon the diner, Ames also leaned slightly to one sideand told her of Indianapolis in an intelligent way. He reallyhad a very bright mind, which was finding its chief developmentin electrical knowledge. His sympathies for other forms ofinformation, however, and for types of people, were quick andwarm. The red glow on his head gave it a sandy tinge and put abright glint in his eye. Carrie noticed all these things as heleaned toward her and felt exceedingly young. This man was farahead of her. He seemed wiser than Hurstwood, saner and brighterthan Drouet. He seemed innocent and clean, and she thought thathe was exceedingly pleasant. She noticed, also, that hisinterest in her was a far-off one. She was not in his life, norany of the things that touched his life, and yet now, as he spokeof these things, they appealed to her.
6.  "It is so easy," he said to Mrs. Morgan, in the usual affectedstage voice. "An audience would be the last thing to trouble me.It's the spirit of the part, you know, that is difficult."


1.  "Oh," said Carrie.
2.  He put the reins in her hand, and folded his arms.
4.  "Where?" said Carrie.
5.   "Are we going to McVicker's Monday?" questioned Mrs. Hurstwood,without rising.
6.  "What of it?" he said, angering. "I didn't know she was coming,did I?"


1.  "I couldn't get home," he said, when he came in later in theevening, "I was so busy."
2.  "It's warm to-night, isn't it?" said this girl, arrayed in pinkfleshings and an imitation golden helmet. She also carried ashining shield.
3.  "One thing you want to be careful about, and that is to starteasy. Give one degree time to act before you start another. Theone fault of most men is that they always want to throw her wideopen. That's bad. It's dangerous, too. Wears out the motor.You don't want to do that."
4、  She paused at the sound of the last two words and wrung herhands. The knowledge of Hurstwood's perfidy wounded her like aknife."Oh," she sobbed, repressing herself wonderfully and keeping hereyes dry. "Oh, oh!"
5、  "I want to see SOMETHING," said Carrie, and by the tone she putinto the last word they realised for the first time she was notpleased with them.




  • 申政宪 08-07

      "Now," he said affectionately, "you're all right."

  • 左军 08-07

      Drouet breathed a sigh of relief. He had been afraid that he wasabout to precipitate another conversation upon the marriagequestion.

  • 桑林兵 08-07

       To say truly, this would have been Carrie's attitude in any case.She had looked back at times upon her parting from Drouet and hadregretted that she had served him so badly. She hoped she wouldnever meet him again, but she was ashamed of her conduct. Notthat she had any choice in the final separation. She had gonewillingly to seek him, with sympathy in her heart, when Hurstwoodhad reported him ill. There was something cruel somewhere, andnot being able to track it mentally to its logical lair, sheconcluded with feeling that he would never understand whatHurstwood had done and would see hard-hearted decision in herdeed; hence her shame. Not that she cared for him. She did notwant to make any one who had been good to her feel badly.

  • 丁叮 08-07

      "Good for her," said the manager. "It'll be a real nice affair.Do her good, too. Has she ever had any experience?"

  • 伊恩·克劳福德 08-06

    {  In a material way, she was considerably improved. Herawkwardness had all but passed, leaving, if anything, a quaintresidue which was as pleasing as perfect grace. Her little shoesnow fitted her smartly and had high heels. She had learned muchabout laces and those little neckpieces which add so much to awoman's appearance. Her form had filled out until it wasadmirably plump and well-rounded.

  • 魏坤琳 08-05

      Carrie began to feel that there was something exuberant andunnatural in his manner.}

  • 林心儿 08-05

      Carrie heard this with genuine sorrow. She had enjoyed Mrs.Vance's companionship so much. There was no one else in thehouse whom she knew. Again she would be all alone.

  • 伏匐 08-05

      "I wish you hadn't said that, Pearl. You know the old proverb,'Call a maid by a married name.'"

  • 曹振华 08-04

       Hurstwood heard the details of the weary and unavailing searchthat evening.

  • 刘成 08-02

    {  "You oughtn't to have had anything to do with him," said Drouetin an injured tone, "after all I've done for you."

  • 万传浩 08-02

      "Sit down," he said, pulling a chair forward from the side of hisdesk and dropping his voice so that the two men in the roomshould not hear. Those two gave each other the suggestion of awink.