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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Away from here," shouted an officer, hastening to the rescue,and adding, of course, the usual oaths.
2.  A cab had stopped. Some gentleman in evening dress reached out abill to the captain, who took it with simple thanks and turnedaway to his line. There was a general craning of necks as thejewel in the white shirt front sparkled and the cab moved off.Even the crowd gaped in awe.
3.  "I'm almost roasting," said the girl.
4.  "Isn't it large?" said Carrie.
5.  "Of course I do," she answered.
6.  "Yes, sir," said Carrie, who had long since learned this art.


1.  In the city, at that time, there were a number of charitiessimilar in nature to that of the captain's, which Hurstwood nowpatronised in a like unfortunate way. One was a convent mission-house of the Sisters of Mercy in Fifteenth Street--a row of redbrick family dwellings, before the door of which hung a plainwooden contribution box, on which was painted the statement thatevery noon a meal was given free to all those who might apply andask for aid. This simple announcement was modest in the extreme,covering, as it did, a charity so broad. Institutions andcharities are so large and so numerous in New York that suchthings as this are not often noticed by the more comfortablysituated. But to one whose mind is upon the matter, they growexceedingly under inspection. Unless one were looking up thismatter in particular, he could have stood at Sixth Avenue andFifteenth Street for days around the noon hour and never havenoticed that out of the vast crowd that surged along that busythoroughfare there turned out, every few seconds, some weather-beaten, heavy-footed specimen of humanity, gaunt in countenanceand dilapidated in the matter of clothes. The fact is none theless true, however, and the colder the day the more apparent itbecame. Space and a lack of culinary room in the mission-house,compelled an arrangement which permitted of only twenty-five orthirty eating at one time, so that a line had to be formedoutside and an orderly entrance effected. This caused a dailyspectacle which, however, had become so common by repetitionduring a number of years that now nothing was thought of it. Themen waited patiently, like cattle, in the coldest weather--waitedfor several hours before they could be admitted. No questionswere asked and no service rendered. They ate and went awayagain, some of them returning regularly day after day the winterthrough.
2.  "So I was," he exclaimed. "I couldn't help the interruption, butI made up for it afterward by working until two."
3.  "Of course," he answered, "you know I will."
4.  "You're not mad at me, are you?" he asked softly.
5.  "All right," said Carrie.
6.  In her comfortable chambers at the Waldorf, Carrie was reading atthis time "Pere Goriot," which Ames had recommended to her. Itwas so strong, and Ames's mere recommendation had so aroused herinterest, that she caught nearly the full sympatheticsignificance of it. For the first time, it was being borne inupon her how silly and worthless had been her earlier reading, asa whole. Becoming wearied, however, she yawned and came to thewindow, looking out upon the old winding procession of carriagesrolling up Fifth Avenue.


1.  "That was one of the best things I've seen in a long time," headded.
2.  "You're next," said a neighbour, touching him.
3.  On the opening night it looked to Carrie as if there were nothingto her part, after all. The happy, sweltering audience did notseem to see her in the first act. She frowned and frowned, butto no effect. Eyes were riveted upon the more elaborate effortsof the stars.
4.  "Well, you might find him in between eleven and twelve. He'shere after two o'clock."
5.   "Why don't you stay down town and go to the theatre with me?" hesaid, hitching his chair closer. The table was not very wide.
6.  "I didn't see you for a long time," she said, coquettishly,repulsing one of his exuberant approaches. "You must have beenaway."


1.  "They were getting ready to print the programmes," he said, "andI gave them the name of Carrie Madenda. Was that all right?"
2.  Hurstwood had come out of his own home that morning feeling muchof the same old annoyance. At his store he had idled, therebeing no need to write. He had come away to this place with thelightness of heart which characterises those who put wearinessbehind. Now, in the shade of this cool, green bush, he lookedabout him with the fancy of the lover. He heard the carts golumbering by upon the neighbouring streets, but they were faroff, and only buzzed upon his ear. The hum of the surroundingcity was faint, the clang of an occasional bell was as music. Helooked and dreamed a new dream of pleasure which concerned hispresent fixed condition not at all. He got back in fancy to theold Hurstwood, who was neither married nor fixed in a solidposition for life. He remembered the light spirit in which heonce looked after the girls--how he had danced, escorted themhome, hung over their gates. He almost wished he was back thereagain--here in this pleasant scene he felt as if he were whollyfree.
3.  "Rather."
4、  She went over the tangle again and again. Here, in the morning,Drouet would expect to see her in a new jacket, and that couldn'tbe. The Hansons expected her to go home, and she wanted to getaway, and yet she did not want to go home. In the light of theway they would look on her getting money without work, the takingof it now seemed dreadful. She began to be ashamed. The wholesituation depressed her. It was all so clear when she was withDrouet. Now it was all so tangled, so hopeless--much worse thanit was before, because she had the semblance of aid in her handwhich she could not use.
5、  He paused a few moments, as if in thought, and then said:




  • 拉尔-斯兹曼斯克 08-04

      Carrie heard this passively. The peculiar state which she was inmade it sound like the welcome breath of an open door. Drouetseemed of her own spirit and pleasing. He was clean, handsome,well-dressed, and sympathetic. His voice was the voice of afriend.

  • 阮煜琳 08-04

      It was after the business meeting and things were going sociallywith a hum. Drouet was bobbing around chatting and joking with ascore of individuals whom he knew.

  • 比阿娜 08-04

       Drouet selected writing paper while Carrie went to change herdress. She hardly explained to herself why this latestinvitation appealed to her most

  • 比西巴格乡哈尼 08-04

      The servant girl hurried upstairs, convinced by the man'sstrained and emphatic manner.

  • 龙斌 08-03

    {  What Hurstwood got as the result of this determination was moreself-assurance that each particular day was not the day. At thesame time, Carrie passed through thirty days of mental distress.

  • 刘玮 08-02

      He took out the drawer again and lifted the bills. They were sosmooth, so compact, so portable. How little they made, afterall. He decided he would take them. Yes, he would. He wouldput them in his pocket. Then he looked at that and saw theywould not go there. His hand satchel! To be sure, his handsatchel. They would go in that--all of it would. No one wouldthink anything of it either. He went into the little office andtook it from the shelf in the corner. Now he set it upon hisdesk and went out toward the safe. For some reason he did notwant to fill it out in the big room.First he brought the bills and then the loose receipts of theday. He would take it all. He put the empty drawers back andpushed the iron door almost to, then stood beside it meditating.}

  • 卢某某 08-02

      Just then Hurstwood came in. Instinctively he felt the change inDrouet. He saw that the drummer was near to Carrie, and jealousyleaped alight in his bosom. In a flash of thought, he reproachedhimself for having sent him back. Also, he hated him as anintruder. He could scarcely pull himself down to the level wherehe would have to congratulate Carrie as a friend. Nevertheless,the man mastered himself, and it was a triumph. He almost jerkedthe old subtle light to his eyes.

  • 赵顺 08-02

      "Yes," he said.

  • 阿布杜尔法塔赫 08-01

       "I said you called twice," she wrote. "He didn't seem to mind.I will try and be at Throop Street if nothing interferes. I seemto be getting very bad. It's wrong to act as I do, I know."

  • 李晓林 07-30

    {  On this occasion the lodge sent a carriage. Drouet rode with heras far as the door, and then went about the neighbouring stores,looking for some good cigars. The little actress marchednervously into her dressing-room and began that painfullyanticipated matter of make-up which was to transform her, asimple maiden, to Laura, The Belle of Society.

  • 张天许 07-30

      "Well, I'll see," said Carrie, pleased to have the part, for allher misgivings.