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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No."
2.  She had her hand out on the table before her. They were quitealone in their corner, and he put his larger, warmer hand overit.
3.  "I'm going to quit this," she heard her remark to her neighbour."What with the stipend and being up late, it's too much for mehealth."
4.  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.
5.  He stopped as if slapped in the face. In an instant hispersuasive, conciliatory manner fled. He was on the defensive ata wink and puzzled for a word to reply.
6.  "Well, you're a wonder. Say, I never knew you could do anythinglike that."


1.  "Yes, that is a great resort for Chicago people. The hotels areswell. You are not familiar with this part of the country, areyou?"
2.  "A man can make quite a strike writing a book," said Vance. "Inotice this fellow Ross is very much talked about." He waslooking at Carrie as he spoke.
3.  "Do you think," he said, after a few moments' silence, "thatyou'll try and get on the stage?"
4.  In his sober senses, he could scarcely realise that the thing hadbeen done. He could not begin to feel that he was a fugitivefrom justice. He had often read of such things, and had thoughtthey must be terrible, but now that the thing was upon him, heonly sat and looked into the past. The future was a thing whichconcerned the Canadian line. He wanted to reach that. As forthe rest he surveyed his actions for the evening, and countedthem parts of a great mistake.
5.  "All but a hundred."
6.  "But she ruins my work."


1.  "The house was full. It was quite an Elk night. I saw quite anumber of your friends--Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Barnes, Mrs.Collins."
2.  "I think I'll sleep alone to-night. I have a headache."
3.  Carrie heard this with genuine sorrow. She had enjoyed Mrs.Vance's companionship so much. There was no one else in thehouse whom she knew. Again she would be all alone.
4.  "In the evening?"
5.   "I never did, either," said Carrie merrily, her face flushed withdelight.
6.  He read it through carefully several times, and then merely shookhis head. It seemed as if his family troubles were justbeginning.


1.  "It would be a good thing if they did," he went on, half tohimself, half to her, though he felt that something was amiss inthat quarter. He withdrew his attention to his paper verycircumspectly, listening mentally for the little sounds whichshould show him what was on foot.
2.  "So your husband told me," he answered. "Well, it was reallyvery enjoyable. Turned out much better than I expected."
3.  "I won't talk about it," said Carrie, pained at the quizzicalturn the peace arrangement had taken.
4、  "Did she see you?" she asked, expressing her full despair.This cut Hurstwood like a whip, and made him sullen.
5、  "Why, hello, Charlie, old man," said Hurstwood, as Drouet came inthat evening about eight o'clock. "How goes it?" The room wascrowded.




  • 郑雨盛 08-02

      "I did go part of the way, but I left the Party a mile down theroad."

  • 王金龙 08-02

      It was not for love of him, that he knew.

  • 师剑英 08-02

       "There," said Hurstwood, indicating the direction by a cast ofhis eye, "the man with the silk hat."

  • 吕笑 08-02

      Wholly depressed, he started for Thirteenth Street. The flat hadonly a light in the kitchen, where Carrie was working. He strucka match and, lighting the gas, sat down in the dining-roomwithout even greeting her. She came to the door and looked in.

  • 田川 08-01

    {  That night she was visited by Mrs. Hale, whose chatter andprotracted stay made it impossible to dwell upon her predicamentor the fortune of the day. Before retiring, however, she satdown to think, and gave herself up to the most gloomyforebodings. Drouet had not put in an appearance. She had hadno word from any quarter, she had spent a dollar of her precioussum in procuring food and paying car fare. It was evident thatshe would not endure long. Besides, she had discovered noresource.

  • 王路宪 07-31


  • 张剑平 07-31

      When she arrived at the house at the end of the day, weary anddisheartened, she discovered that Drouet had been there. Hisumbrella and light overcoat were gone. She thought she missedother things, but could not be sure. Everything had not beentaken.

  • 马亚东 07-31

      "Dear George," he read, crunching the money in one hand, "I'mgoing away. I'm not coming back any more. It's no use trying tokeep up the flat; I can't do it. I wouldn't mind helping you, ifI could, but I can't support us both, and pay the rent. I needwhat little I make to pay for my clothes. I'm leaving twentydollars. It's all I have just now. You can do whatever you likewith the furniture. I won't want it.--CARRIE.

  • 曹孟德 07-30

       He had fixed upon that region as an objective point.

  • 王继亮 07-28

    {  "There's a nice man," he remarked to Carrie, as they returned totheir cosey chamber. "A good friend of mine, too."

  • 邓中翰 07-28

      "You got home all right," he said, gloomily, of a sudden, histune modifying itself to one of self-commiseration.