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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes. He won't do it before October, though, now."
2.  She troubled herself over what else to put in the letter. Shewanted to make some reference to their relations upon the train,but was too timid. She concluded by thanking him for hiskindness in a crude way, then puzzled over the formality ofsigning her name, and finally decided upon the severe, winding upwith a "Very truly," which she subsequently changed to"Sincerely." She scaled and addressed the letter, and going inthe front room, the alcove of which contained her bed, drew theone small rocking-chair up to the open window, and sat lookingout upon the night and streets in silent wonder. Finally,wearied by her own reflections, she began to grow dull in herchair, and feeling the need of sleep, arranged her clothing forthe night and went to bed.
3.  While he was thinking thus elatedly, he remembered that he wantedsome clean linen in the morning.
4.  "What is it?" said McGarren, pleased to be consulted by theopulent manager.
5.  Carrie succumbed to this prompting, waiting, however, until themanager gave her notice of what clothing she must have to fit thepart.
6.  "I think I'll go home," she said, wearily.


1.  "All right. They're going to fit things up out of the proceeds."
2.  "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.
3.  It would be useless to explain how in due time the last fiftydollars was in sight. The seven hundred, by his process ofhandling, had only carried them into June. Before the finalhundred mark was reached he began to indicate that a calamity wasapproaching.
4.  To recover herself she went into the front room while hesearched. Presently she returned. He had a pencil, and waswriting upon an envelope.
5.  "Did, eh?" he answered.
6.  Hurstwood was in his best form, as usual. He hadn't heard thatDrouet was out of town. He was but slightly affected by theintelligence, and devoted himself to the more general topicswhich would interest Carrie. It was surprising--the ease withwhich he conducted a conversation. He was like every man who hashad the advantage of practice and knows he has sympathy. He knewthat Carrie listened to him pleasurably, and, without the leasteffort, he fell into a train of observation which absorbed herfancy. He drew up his chair and modulated his voice to such adegree that what he said seemed wholly confidential. He confinedhimself almost exclusively to his observation of men andpleasures. He had been here and there, he had seen this andthat. Somehow he made Carrie wish to see similar things, and allthe while kept her aware of himself. She could not shut out theconsciousness of his individuality and presence for a moment. Hewould raise his eyes slowly in smiling emphasis of something, andshe was fixed by their magnetism. He would draw out, with theeasiest grace, her approval. Once he touched her hand foremphasis and she only smiled. He seemed to radiate an atmospherewhich suffused her being. He was never dull for a minute, andseemed to make her clever. At least, she brightened under hisinfluence until all her best side was exhibited. She felt thatshe was more clever with him than with others. At least, heseemed to find so much in her to applaud. There was not theslightest touch of patronage. Drouet was full of it.


1.  That night it was that she passed Hurstwood, waiting at theCasino, without observing him.
2.  "All right," said Carrie.
3.  "It's a miserable day out," was all he said. Then he took offhis coat and changed his shoes.
4.  "Still," he said, "what could I have done?"
5.   "Oh, he's a nice man. He's manager of Fitzgerald and Moy's."
6.  "I should like to walk up and see Halstead Street, if it isn'ttoo far," said Carrie, after a time. "Why don't we go to thetheatre to-night?"


1.  Hurstwood looked up quizzically, the least suggestion of a smilehovering about his lips. He studied the face of Drouet in hiswise way, and then with the demeanour of a gentleman, said:"Certainly; glad to."
2.  "The thief!" roared poor Bamberger.
3.  If one thinks that such thoughts do not come to so common a typeof mind--that such feelings require a higher mental development--I would urge for their consideration the fact that it is thehigher mental development that does away with such thoughts. Itis the higher mental development which induces philosophy andthat fortitude which refuses to dwell upon such things--refusesto be made to suffer by their consideration. The common type ofmind is exceedingly keen on all matters which relate to itsphysical welfare--exceedingly keen. It is the unintellectualmiser who sweats blood at the loss of a hundred dollars. It isthe Epictetus who smiles when the last vestige of physicalwelfare is removed.
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、  "Nothing," he answered. "She couldn't stay."




  • 于湉 08-09


  • 林添福 08-09

      "When did you get home?" he asked foolishly.

  • 张兰萍 08-09

       "Where has Carrie gone?" asked Hanson, coming back into thedining-room when he heard the door close.

  • 张淑侠 08-09

      "Three thousand," said the man.

  • 陈三虎 08-08

    {  "And say," he whispered, jovially, pulling Hurstwood over by theshoulder so that he might whisper in his ear, "if this isn't agood show, I'll punch your head."

  • 田新蕾 08-07

      "I don't know what it is about music," she started to say, movedby the inexplicable longings which surged within her; "but italways makes me feel as if I wanted something--I----"}

  • 武承嗣 08-07

      "What will you have if you go back?" asked Drouet. There was nosubtle undercurrent to the question. He imagined that she wouldhave nothing at all of the things he thought worth while.

  • 牛晓雷 08-07

      With the stolidity and indifference of despair, however, heendured it all, sleeping in an attic at the roof of the house,eating what the cook gave him, accepting a few dollars a week,which he tried to save. His constitution was in no shape toendure.

  • 拉提·吾守尔 08-06

       Hurstwood was looking into the paper. He could not see the lookof infinite weariness and discontent Carrie gave him.

  • 郑维国 08-04

    {  "When is Charlie going away again?"

  • 金一南 08-04

      "No," he said, in his sanest moments, "I can't do it. I'll getsomething else and save up."