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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I'll ring for soap and towels," he said, "and send you up ahair-brush. Then you can bathe and get ready for breakfast.I'll go for a shave and come back and get you, and then we'll goout and look for some clothes for you."
2.  "I don't want you to do it all," he said. "I only want a littlehelp until I can get something to do."
3.  "Oh, why not?" said the latter.
4.  "Yes, she is," she returned, cheerfully, a little suggestion ofpossible defect in herself awakening in her mind. If that was sofine, she must look at it more closely. Instinctively, she felta desire to imitate it. Surely she could do that too.
5.  Carrie looked out again at the passing crowd.
6.  "Madenda," she replied, instantly mindful of the name Drouet hadselected in Chicago. "Carrie Madenda."


1.  Hurstwood nodded his head.
2.  "What makes you talk like that?" she asked, wrinkling her prettyforehead. "You act so funny to-night."
3.  However, as Hurstwood's business increased, he, as stated, beganto pick up acquaintances. He also began to allow himself moreclothes. He convinced himself that his home life was veryprecious to him, but allowed that he could occasionally stay awayfrom dinner. The first time he did this he sent a message sayingthat he would be detained. Carrie ate alone, and wished that itmight not happen again. The second time, also, he sent word, butat the last moment. The third time he forgot entirely andexplained afterwards. These events were months apart, each.
4.  "I think," she said, "I can do better in a serious play."
5.  "Do. Take him to the kitchen and tell Wilson to give himsomething to eat."
6.  When these things would fall upon Drouet's ears, he wouldstraighten himself a little more stiffly and eat with solidcomfort. If he had any vanity, this augmented it, and if he hadany ambition, this stirred it. He would be able to flash a rollof greenbacks too some day. As it was, he could eat where THEYdid.


1.  He was an exceedingly genial soul, this young man, and whollyfree of affectation. It seemed to Carrie he was as yet onlyovercoming the last traces of the bashfulness of youth. He didnot seem apt at conversation, but he had the merit of being welldressed and wholly courageous. Carrie felt as if it were notgoing to be hard to talk to him.
2.  "Thank you," she said, her whole nature relieved by this spark offriendly interest.
3.  "Well," he said, taking offence at her manner, "you needn't getmad about it. I'm just asking you."
4.  "Why, that's all right," said the manager, when the kick came."That's what she's supposed to do. You needn't pay any attentionto that."
5.   Carrie proceeded to get the "Clipper," and tried to find theagents by looking over it as she stood beside the stand. Thiscould not be done so easily. Thirteenth Street was a number ofblocks off, but she went back, carrying the precious paper andregretting the waste of time.
6.  "You do?" he said, pressing his lips to her own.


1.  He went out into the streets and tramped north, along SeventhAvenue, idly fixing upon the Harlem River as an objective point.He had seen some ships up there, the time he had called upon thebrewers. He wondered how the territory thereabouts was growing.
2.  Once during the day, when he sat near the radiator, hunched upand reading, she passed through, and seeing him, wrinkled herbrows. In the front room, where it was not so warm, she sat bythe window and cried. This was the life cut out for her, was it?To live cooped up in a small flat with some one who was out ofwork, idle, and indifferent to her. She was merely a servant tohim now, nothing more.
3.  "Monday, I think. They'll get a notice in the papers again--theyalways do."
4、  By January he had about concluded that the game was up with him.Life had always seemed a precious thing, but now constant wantand weakened vitality had made the charms of earth rather dulland inconspicuous. Several times, when fortune pressed mostharshly, he thought he would end his troubles; but with a changeof weather, or the arrival of a quarter or a dime, his mood wouldchange, and he would wait. Each day he would find some old paperlying about and look into it, to see if there was any trace ofCarrie, but all summer and fall he had looked in vain. Then henoticed that his eyes were beginning to hurt him, and thisailment rapidly increased until, in the dark chambers of thelodgings he frequented, he did not attempt to read. Bad andirregular eating was weakening every function of his body. Theone recourse left him was to doze when a place offered and hecould get the money to occupy it.
5、  "Oh, are you?" said Carrie, taking another glance at thenewcomer.




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    {  "Oh," said Carrie, "it's pretty hard. I don't like it."

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      Hurstwood breathed heavily in excitement and jumped down with thenervous conductor as if he had been called.}

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      There were no immediate results to this awakening, for Carrie hadlittle power of initiative; but, nevertheless, she seemed evercapable of getting herself into the tide of change where shewould be easily borne along. Hurstwood noticed nothing. He hadbeen unconscious of the marked contrasts which Carrie hadobserved.

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      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.