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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, by all means," said the latter.
2.  Now, as on each preceding day, letters were handed her by thedoorman at the Casino. This was a feature which had rapidlydeveloped since Monday. What they contained she well knew. MASHNOTES were old affairs in their mildest form. She rememberedhaving received her first one far back in Columbia City. Sincethen, as a chorus girl, she had received others--gentlemen whoprayed for an engagement. They were common sport between her andLola, who received some also. They both frequently made light ofthem.
3.  Then began one of those pointless social conversations so commonin American resorts where the would-be gilded attempt to rub offgilt from those who have it in abundance. If Hurstwood had oneleaning, it was toward notabilities. He considered that, ifanywhere, he belonged among them. He was too proud to toady, tookeen not to strictly observe the plane he occupied when therewere those present who did not appreciate him, but, in situationslike the present, where he could shine as a gentleman and bereceived without equivocation as a friend and equal among men ofknown ability, he was most delighted. It was on such occasions,if ever, that he would "take something." When the social flavourwas strong enough he would even unbend to the extent of drinkingglass for glass with his associates, punctiliously observing histurn to pay as if he were an outsider like the others. If heever approached intoxication--or rather that ruddy warmth andcomfortableness which precedes the more sloven state--it was whenindividuals such as these were gathered about him, when he wasone of a circle of chatting celebrities. To-night, disturbed aswas his state, he was rather relieved to find company, and nowthat notabilities were gathered, he laid aside his troubles forthe nonce, and joined in right heartily.
4.  Harris reached over to a table and began to look for the"Herald."
5.  "Nothing's the matter, and I'm not rowing. You mustn't thinkbecause I indulge you in some things that you can keep everybodywaiting. I won't have it."
6.  In three weeks the worst was over, but it was nearly the first ofMay before his strength permitted him to be turned out. Then hewas discharged.


1.  Hurstwood scowled fiercely.
2.  "Well," he said, "I should judge you were rather sympathetic inyour nature."
3.  Carrie imagined that he would marry her at once, though he hadnot directly said so, and her spirits rose. She proposed to makethe best of the situation until Drouet left again.
4.  "Me?" said Carrie. "I can't act."
5.  "That," said a voice in her ear, "is one of the prettiest littleresorts in Wisconsin."
6.  The manager floundered among a jumble of thoughts. Now all theentanglement of the day came back. Also the thought that herewas a solution. That money would do it. If he had that andCarrie. He rose up and stood stock-still, looking at the floor.


1.  "I don't think I do," she said.
2.  "Yes; do you think you'll go?"
3.  "At the Wellington," said Carrie, who permitted herself a touchof pride in the acknowledgment.
4.  "Promise me you'll do that," he said, "and we'll quit talkingabout it. It'll be the best thing for you."
5.   Hurstwood did not take this to himself. He thought it to be anexpression of individual satisfaction, and so did not answer.The youth imagined he was out of sorts, and set to whistlingsoftly. Seeing another man asleep, he quit that and lapsed intosilence.
6.  "Is that so?" said Carrie.


1.  At one of the corners, where the car slowed up because of a turn,an ex-motorman, standing on the sidewalk, called to him:
2.  For another period this state continued, the twain leading arather monotonous life, and then there was a slight change forthe worse. One evening, Hurstwood, after thinking about a way tomodify Carrie's desire for clothes and the general strain uponhis ability to provide, said:
3.  "Oh, do come. They're awful nice boys. We'll get you back intime. We're only going for a drive in Central Park."Carrie thought a while, and at last yielded.
4、  "I saw a young girl up in that winder," returned the cabby.
5、  "I'll see if there is a dining-car," he added. "I'm hungry."




  • 兰越峰 08-05

      She looked at him the same evening she had made up her mind togo, and now he seemed not so shiftless and worthless, but rundown and beaten upon by chance. His eyes were not keen, his facemarked, his hands flabby. She thought his hair had a touch ofgrey. All unconscious of his doom, he rocked and read his paper,while she glanced at him.

  • 万寿 08-05

      It was so with the vast railroad yards, with the crowded array ofvessels she saw at the river, and the huge factories over theway, lining the water's edge. Through the open windows she couldsee the figures of men and women in working aprons, moving busilyabout. The great streets were wall-lined mysteries to her; thevast offices, strange mazes which concerned far-off individualsof importance. She could only think of people connected withthem as counting money, dressing magnificently, and riding incarriages. What they dealt in, how they laboured, to what end itall came, she had only the vaguest conception. It was allwonderful, all vast, all far removed, and she sank in spiritinwardly and fluttered feebly at the heart as she thought ofentering any one of these mighty concerns and asking forsomething to do--something that she could do--anything.

  • 王如松 08-05

       His first application was in sunny Second Avenue. A well-dressedman came leisurely strolling toward him out of Stuyvesant Park.Hurstwood nerved himself and sidled near.

  • 胡利 08-05

      "You'll get that all right," said Drouet. "What's the useworrying right now? Get yourself fixed up. See the city. Iwon't hurt you."

  • 马颖 08-04

    {  "Well," she said, "here's the money," and emptied it out on thetable. "I haven't got quite enough to pay it all. If they canwait until Saturday, though, I'll have some more."

  • 王霞光 08-03

      "Good-bye, Minnie," it read. "I'm not going home. I'm going tostay in Chicago a little while and look for work. Don't worry.I'll be all right."}

  • 卜瑜 08-03

      The next morning he looked over the papers and waded through along list of advertisements, making a few notes. Then he turnedto the male-help-wanted column, but with disagreeable feelings.The day was before him--a long day in which to discoversomething--and this was how he must begin to discover. Hescanned the long column, which mostly concerned bakers,bushelmen, cooks, compositors, drivers, and the like, finding twothings only which arrested his eye. One was a cashier wanted ina wholesale furniture house, and the other a salesman for awhiskey house. He had never thought of the latter. At once hedecided to look that up.

  • 张煜星 08-03

      "Suppose we have a little game of euchre?" suggested Hurstwood,after a light round of conversation. He was rather dexterous inavoiding everything that would suggest that he knew anything ofCarrie's past. He kept away from personalities altogether, andconfined himself to those things which did not concernindividuals at all. By his manner, he put Carrie at her ease,and by his deference and pleasantries he amused her. Hepretended to be seriously interested in all she said.

  • 亚西尔·阿拉法特 08-02

       Hurstwood realised that he was seeing something extraordinarilygood. It was heightened for him by the applause of the audienceas the curtain descended and the fact that it was Carrie. Hethought now that she was beautiful. She had done something whichwas above his sphere. He felt a keen delight in realising thatshe was his.

  • 黄现璠 07-31

    {  And it must be remembered that reason had little part in this.Chicago dawning, she saw the city offering more of lovelinessthan she had ever known, and instinctively, by force of her moodsalone, clung to it. In fine raiment and elegant surroundings,men seemed to be contented. Hence, she drew near these things.Chicago, New York; Drouet, Hurstwood; the world of fashion andthe world of stage--these were but incidents. Not them, but thatwhich they represented, she longed for. Time proved therepresentation false.

  • 万登峰 07-31

      "Old Pepper," said Drouet.