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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Somebody said that you went out riding with him and that he camehere every night."
2.  "Do you know how much you'll get?"
3.  "Isn't it just delightful weather?" said Mrs. Vance, pausing fora moment.
4.  The girl really had no idea where she had gone, but not likingHurstwood, and wishing to cause him trouble, answered: "Yes,Hooley's."
5.  "Maybe it ain't winter, nuther!"
6.  "She can afford to dress well," thought Carrie, "and so could I,if I could only keep my money. I haven't a decent tie of anykind to wear."


1.  One day Carrie's bell rang and the servant, who was in thekitchen, pressed the button which caused the front door of thegeneral entrance on the ground floor to be electricallyunlatched. When Carrie waited at her own door on the third floorto see who it might be coming up to call on her, Mrs. Vanceappeared.
2.  "Won't you come along with me?" he said, as if there was greatdanger that she would not. "You won't need to do anything buttravel with me. I'll not trouble you in any way. You can seeMontreal and New York, and then if you don't want to stay you cango back. It will be better than trying to go back to-night."
3.  "You said the first of the week," said Carrie, greatly abashed.
4.  "I tell you," he said, "I surprised the people at the office.I've sold more goods this last quarter than any other man of ourhouse on the road. I sold three thousand dollars' worth in LaCrosse."
5.  "It is rather large to get around in a week," answered Ames,pleasantly.
6.  "Well, I've got twenty-two dollars, but there's everything to bepaid for this week yet, and if I use all I get Saturday to paythis, there won't be any left for next week. Do you think yourhotel man will open his hotel this month?"


1.  Carrie remembered this with a start. Where to get the money? Shehad none laid up for such an emergency. Rent day was drawingnear.
2.  Hurstwood was too clever to give the slightest indication of achange. He paid, if anything, more attention to his old friendthan usual, and yet in no way held him up to that subtle ridiculewhich a lover in favour may so secretly practise before themistress of his heart. If anything, he felt the injustice of thegame as it stood, and was not cheap enough to add to it theslightest mental taunt.
3.  "Here you are," he said, repressedly, feeling a spring in hislimbs and an elation which was tragic in itself.
4.  "Well, that's hard to say," said the man. "You might get one ina week, or it might be a month. You'd get the first thing thatwe thought you could do."
5.   "Yes," said Hurstwood calmly. He knew the type so thoroughlythat some of his old familiar indifference to it returned. Suchmen as these were of the lowest stratum welcomed at the resort.He stepped out and closed the door.
6.  As he did so, a layer of bills, in parcels of a thousand, such asbanks issue, caught his eye. He could not tell how much theyrepresented, but paused to view them. Then he pulled out thesecond of the cash drawers. In that were the receipts of theday.


1.  For a young man, this was rather a morbid turn of character, andso affected Carrie. Indeed, it affected the entire atmosphere ofthe flat, as such things are inclined to do, and gave to hiswife's mind its subdued and tactful turn, anxious to avoidtaciturn replies. Under the influence of Carrie's announcement hebrightened up somewhat.
2.  "What's become of Caryoe?" remarked Hurstwood. "I haven't seenhim around here in two weeks."
3.  Carrie was ashamed to say that she was married. She had talkedso much about getting more salary and confessed to so muchanxiety about her future, that now, when the direct question offact was waiting, she could not tell this girl.
4、  He came lightly in, thinking to smooth over any feeling thatmight still exist by a kindly word and a ready promise, but Mrs.Hurstwood said nothing. He seated himself in the large chair,stirred lightly in making himself comfortable, opened his paper,and began to read. In a few moments he was smiling merrily overa very comical account of a baseball game which had taken placebetween the Chicago and Detroit teams.
5、  "You're angry at me because I deceived you," he said. "I didn'tmean to, Carrie. As I live I didn't. I couldn't help it. Icouldn't stay away from you after the first time I saw you."




  • 李太白 08-05

      The next day Drouet called, but it was with no especial delightthat Carrie remembered her appointment. However, seeing him,handsome as ever, after his kind, and most genially disposed, herdoubts as to whether the dinner would be disagreeable were sweptaway. He talked as volubly as ever.

  • 陈行 08-05

      "I see meat's gone up," said one.

  • 赵海建 08-05

       "Carrie," she called, "Carrie," but her own voice sounded faraway, and the strange waters were blurring everything. She cameaway suffering as though she had lost something. She was moreinexpressibly sad than she had ever been in life.

  • 赵尚亮 08-05

      "Now, I have eight cents. Four more will give this man a bed.Come, gentlemen. We are going very slow this evening. You allhave good beds. How about these?"

  • 刘君良 08-04

    {  "Oh, mamma, don't row,"; answered Jessica. "What's the matterthis morning, anyway?"

  • 黄菊兰 08-03

      On the first morning it rained she found that she had noumbrella. Minnie loaned her one of hers, which was worn andfaded. There was the kind of vanity in Carrie that troubled atthis. She went to one of the great department stores and boughtherself one, using a dollar and a quarter of her small store topay for it.}

  • 屈守荣 08-03

      "Wha--what's the matter?" said Minnie, drowsily.

  • 比尔德布拉西奥因 08-03

      The play was one of those drawing-room concoctions in whichcharmingly overdressed ladies and gentlemen suffer the pangs oflove and jealousy amid gilded surroundings. Such bon-mots areever enticing to those who have all their days longed for suchmaterial surroundings and have never had them gratified. Theyhave the charm of showing suffering under ideal conditions. Whowould not grieve upon a gilded chair? Who would not suffer amidperfumed tapestries, cushioned furniture, and liveried servants?Grief under such circumstances becomes an enticing thing. Carrielonged to be of it. She wanted to take her sufferings, whateverthey were, in such a world, or failing that, at least to simulatethem under such charming conditions upon the stage. So affectedwas her mind by what she had seen, that the play now seemed anextraordinarily beautiful thing. She was soon lost in the worldit represented, and wished that she might never return. Betweenthe acts she studied the galaxy of matinee attendants in frontrows and boxes, and conceived a new idea of the possibilities ofNew York. She was sure she had not seen it all--that the citywas one whirl of pleasure and delight.

  • 荣秀兰 08-02

       "She said she thought she'd call here some day."

  • 曼特罗 07-31

    {  "You didn't go into comedy-drama, after all?" he said,remembering her interest in that form of art.

  • 麦克阿瑟 07-31

      "I'm not mad," he answered.