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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No such thing," answered Carrie. "It isn't true. Who told youthat?"
2.  "Do you suppose the boat will sail promptly?" asked Jessica, "ifit keeps up like this?"
3.  "We'll look to-day, if you want to," she said.
4.  "I want the Waukesha money to-morrow morning," she said.
5.  "Don't!" said Carrie, drawing away, but not removing herhandkerchief from her eyes."Never mind about this quarrel now. Let it go. You stay hereuntil the month's out, anyhow, and then you can tell better whatyou want to do. Eh?"
6.  "I tried, didn't I?"


1.  "Well, I don't know," said Carrie, when he had concluded, herinterest and desire to shine dramatically struggling with hertimidity for the mastery. "I might go if you thought I'd do allright."
2.  "Well, why don't you?" asked Carrie.
3.  "Now," said Drouet, "why don't you move to-night?"
4.  "Oh, an hour or so ago. What makes you ask that?"
5.  Hurstwood was perfectly indifferent. He took it for granted thatit would be worthless. All he cared for was to have it endurableenough to allow for pretension and congratulation afterward.
6.  "Not alone, are you?" asked Hanson.


1.  "Eighty thousand!" he thought. "What an awful thing that is."
2.  "Didn't I tell you?" said Lola. "It doesn't do you any good togo away from New York. They forget all about you if you do."
3.  "I don't believe I could act, Charlie," Carrie went on pettishly."You don't think I could, do you?"
4.  She made no answer to this.
5.   "Any answer?"
6.  "Never mind what you were just. Keep your ears open."


1.  Some one was at the head showing rooms, so that there was nodelay for keys. Toiling up the creaky stairs, Hurstwood lookedback and saw the captain, watching; the last one of the linebeing included in his broad solicitude. Then he gathered hiscloak about him and strolled out into the night.
2.  "Is there anything the matter with your ears?"
3.  "George," said Mrs. Hurstwood, in that tone of voice which hadlong since come to be associated in his mind with demands, "wewant you to get us a season ticket to the races."
4、  "Make it five," said Hurstwood, pushing out his chips.
5、  Chapter XLV




  • 赵本水 08-05

      "Guess I'd better get up," he said.

  • 闫汾新 08-05

      "Yes, indeed," returned Carrie.

  • 宗树杰 08-05

       "Very well," said Hurstwood, turning around.

  • 罗豪才 08-05

      Minnie made no objection to this, and Carrie put on her hat andwent below.

  • 皮埃尔-奥古斯特·雷诺阿 08-04

    {  "Ah, you bloody coward!" he yelled.

  • 裴广江 08-03

      "Oh," he answered, rather taken by her trim appearance, andfeeling as if he might scrape up an acquaintance with her."That's a good reason, isn't it? Well, Chicago is not a goodplace for what you want to do. You ought to be in New York.There's more chance there. You could hardly expect to getstarted out here." Carrie smiled genially, grateful that heshould condescend to advise her even so much. He noticed thesmile, and put a slightly different construction on it. Hethought he saw an easy chance for a little flirtation.}

  • 张荣政 08-03

      Carrie assented.

  • 李东健 08-03

      There had been so much enthusiasm engendered that she wasbelieving herself deeply in love. She sighed as she thought ofher handsome adorer. Yes, she would get ready by Saturday. Shewould go, and they would be happy.

  • 张玉花 08-02

       Once these things were in her hand, on her person, she mightdream of giving them up; the method by which they came mightintrude itself so forcibly that she would ache to be rid of thethought of it, but she would not give them up. "Put on the oldclothes--that torn pair of shoes," was called to her by herconscience in vain. She could possibly have conquered the fearof hunger and gone back; the thought of hard work and a narrowround of suffering would, under the last pressure of conscience,have yielded, but spoil her appearance?--be old-clothed and poor-appearing?--never!

  • 莫怡泽 07-31

    {  The gloomy Hurstwood, sitting in his cheap hotel, where he hadtaken refuge with seventy dollars--the price of his furniture--between him and nothing, saw a hot summer out and a cool fall in,reading. He was not wholly indifferent to the fact that hismoney was slipping away. As fifty cents after fifty cents werepaid out for a day's lodging he became uneasy, and finally took acheaper room--thirty-five cents a day--to make his money lastlonger. Frequently he saw notices of Carrie. Her picture was inthe "World" once or twice, and an old "Herald" he found in achair informed him that she had recently appeared with someothers at a benefit for something or other. He read these thingswith mingled feelings. Each one seemed to put her farther andfarther away into a realm which became more imposing as itreceded from him. On the billboards, too, he saw a prettyposter, showing her as the Quaker Maid, demure and dainty. Morethan once he stopped and looked at these, gazing at the prettyface in a sullen sort of way. His clothes were shabby, and hepresented a marked contrast to all that she now seemed to be.

  • 埃里克斯波尔斯特拉 07-31

      When Carrie came Hurstwood had been waiting many minutes. Hisblood was warm; his nerves wrought up. He was anxious to see thewoman who had stirred him so profoundly the night before.