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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  These house details settled, Hurstwood visited some of theadvertised opportunities to purchase an interest in someflourishing down-town bar. After the palatial resort in AdamsStreet, he could not stomach the commonplace saloons which hefound advertised. He lost a number of days looking up these andfinding them disagreeable. He did, however, gain considerableknowledge by talking, for he discovered the influence of TammanyHall and the value of standing in with the police. The mostprofitable and flourishing places he found to be those whichconducted anything but a legitimate business, such as thatcontrolled by Fitzgerald and Moy. Elegant back rooms and privatedrinking booths on the second floor were usually adjuncts of veryprofitable places. He saw by portly keepers, whose shirt frontsshone with large diamonds, and whose clothes were properly cut,that the liquor business here, as elsewhere, yielded the samegolden profit.At last he found an individual who had a resort in Warren Street,which seemed an excellent venture. It was fairly well-appearingand susceptible of improvement. The owner claimed the businessto be excellent, and it certainly looked so.
2.  They began talking of the people they knew and things that hadhappened.
3.  In silence Hurstwood viewed this scene, and waited. Hiscompanions took his eye for a while, though they did not interesthim much more than the cars. They were an uncomfortable-lookinggang, however. One or two were very thin and lean. Several werequite stout. Several others were rawboned and sallow, as if theyhad been beaten upon by all sorts of rough weather.
4.  As Carrie looked out upon the flying scenery she almost forgotthat she had been tricked into this long journey against her willand that she was without the necessary apparel for travelling.She quite forgot Hurstwood's presence at times, and looked awayto homely farmhouses and cosey cottages in villages withwondering eyes. It was an interesting world to her. Her lifehad just begun. She did not feel herself defeated at all.Neither was she blasted in hope. The great city held much.Possibly she would come out of bondage into freedom--who knows?Perhaps she would be happy. These thoughts raised her above thelevel of erring. She was saved in that she was hopeful.
5.  Chapter XIX
6.  "Damn her!" he said softly, with his teeth firmly set, "I'll makeit hot for her if she causes me trouble. I'll make her changeher tone if I have to use force to do it!"


1.  "Did George get off?" asked Jessica of her mother another day,thus revealing something that Hurstwood had heard nothing about.
2.  "I don't know what I'll do yet," said Carrie.
3.  This retort angered Carrie. She had had a dreary day of itherself.
4.  "Tell me," he said, richly, drawing her so close that their lipswere near together. He pressed her hand warmly, and thenreleased it to touch her cheek.
5.  Idleness, however, and the sight of the company, backed by thepolice, triumphing, angered the men. They saw that each day morecars were going on, each day more declarations were being made bythe company officials that the effective opposition of thestrikers was broken. This put desperate thoughts in the minds ofthe men. Peaceful methods meant, they saw, that the companieswould soon run all their cars and those who had complained wouldbe forgotten. There was nothing so helpful to the companies aspeaceful methods.All at once they blazed forth, and for a week there was storm andstress. Cars were assailed, men attacked, policemen struggledwith, tracks torn up, and shots fired, until at last streetfights and mob movements became frequent, and the city wasinvested with militia.
6.  He walked on with her, elated beyond words, so delightful hadbeen the result. He impressed a long story of joy and affectionupon her, though there was but here and there a word. After ahalf-hour he began to realise that the meeting must come to anend, so exacting is the world.


1.  Carrie dropped the subject, feeling unable to say more.
2.  "Here we are," said Hurstwood, turning to one from a group withwhom he was talking.
3.  "Let me out," she said.
4.  For nearly a quarter of a century, in another section of thecity, Fleischmann, the baker, had given a loaf of bread to anyone who would come for it to the side door of his restaurant atthe corner of Broadway and Tenth Street, at midnight. Everynight during twenty years about three hundred men had formed inline and at the appointed time marched past the doorway, pickedtheir loaf from a great box placed just outside, and vanishedagain into the night. From the beginning to the present timethere had been little change in the character or number of thesemen. There were two or three figures that had grown familiar tothose who had seen this little procession pass year after year.Two of them had missed scarcely a night in fifteen years. Therewere about forty, more or less, regular callers. The remainderof the line was formed of strangers. In times of panic andunusual hardships there were seldom more than three hundred. Intimes of prosperity, when little is heard of the unemployed,there were seldom less. The same number, winter and summer, instorm or calm, in good times and bad, held this melancholymidnight rendezvous at Fleischmann's bread box.
5.   Mrs. Morgan saw the drift of things and gleamed at Carrie withenvious and snapping black eyes.
6.  "I'll look at them if you say so," said Carrie.


1.  Hurstwood thought he saw a shade of compliance in this. Heredoubled his ardour.
2.  "Five again," said the youth.
3.  She was glad when the short half hour was over and the wheelsbegan to whirr again. Though wearied, she would beinconspicuous. This illusion ended when another young man passedalong the aisle and poked her indifferently in the ribs with histhumb. She turned about, indignation leaping to her eyes, but hehad gone on and only once turned to grin. She found it difficultto conquer an inclination to cry.
4、  With Mrs. Vance, he saw the new play, and expressed himselfaccordingly.
5、  So, too, the ideal brought into her life by Ames remained. Hehad gone, but here was his word that riches were not everything;that there was a great deal more in the world than she knew; thatthe stage was good, and the literature she read poor. He was astrong man and clean--how much stronger and better than Hurstwoodand Drouet she only half formulated to herself, but thedifference was painful. It was something to which shevoluntarily closed her eyes.




  • 张书宝 08-06

      "They'll take anybody; that I know."

  • 格林卡 08-06

      "No," she said coyly, "but what can I do?"

  • 严永胜 08-06

       She looked in her purse to leave it.

  • 天天兄弟里 08-06

      "Why not?" he asked softly.

  • 马海峰 08-05

    {  "Remember, Mrs. Morgan," he added, ignoring the gleam, butmodifying his manner, "that you're detailing a pathetic story.You are now supposed to be telling something that is a grief toyou. It requires feeling, repression, thus: 'The usual crowd ofchildren accosted them for alms.'"

  • 单虎 08-04

      About this time Ames returned to New York. He had made a littlesuccess in the West, and now opened a laboratory in WoosterStreet. Of course, he encountered Carrie through Mrs. Vance; butthere was nothing responsive between them. He thought she wasstill united to Hurstwood, until otherwise informed. Not knowingthe facts then, he did not profess to understand, and refrainedfrom comment.}

  • 孙佳音 08-04

      Now he began leisurely to take off his clothes, but stopped firstwith his coat, and tucked it along the crack under the door. Hisvest he arranged in the same place. His old wet, cracked hat helaid softly upon the table. Then he pulled off his shoes and laydown.

  • 吕勇 08-04

      Carrie sensed the root of the opposition at once.

  • 宋军营 08-03

       "I didn't know that," said the manager. "Felt pretty sore, Isuppose, over his defeat.""Perhaps," said the other, winking shrewdly.

  • 沐稷 08-01

    {  There would have been talking soon, but the soldier gave them nochance. Counting sufficient to begin, he came forward.

  • 邹军 08-01

      Carrie came away wearily, somewhat more abashed for her pains.