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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What a queer town this is," said Carrie, who marvelled at itsolely because it was not like Chicago.
2.  Chapter XXXII
3.  "I don't know," said Carrie, taken back by the question.
4.  "Charlie Drouet and his wife. They are friends of Moy's,visiting here."
5.  She thought she had to make some sort of showing in order toretain his interest.
6.  "Not a thing."


1.  She was now one of a group of oriental beauties who, in thesecond act of the comic opera, were paraded by the vizier beforethe new potentate as the treasures of his harem. There was noword assigned to any of them, but on the evening when Hurstwoodwas housing himself in the loft of the street-car barn, theleading comedian and star, feeling exceedingly facetious, said ina profound voice, which created a ripple of laughter:
2.  "Run your car out," called the foreman, waving a vigorous hand athim. A green conductor jumped up behind and rang the bell twiceas a signal to start. Hurstwood turned the lever and ran the carout through the door into the street in front of the barn. Heretwo brawny policemen got up beside him on the platform--one oneither hand.
3.  "The house was full. It was quite an Elk night. I saw quite anumber of your friends--Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Barnes, Mrs.Collins."
4.  "To Detroit," said Hurstwood.
6.  So changed was her state that the home atmosphere becameintolerable. It was all poverty and trouble there, or seemed tobe, because it was a load to bear. It became a place to keepaway from. Still she slept there, and did a fair amount of work,keeping it in order. It was a sitting place for Hurstwood. Hesat and rocked, rocked and read, enveloped in the gloom of hisown fate. October went by, and November. It was the dead ofwinter almost before he knew it, and there he sat.


1.  Jessica heard this last while walking out of the room, with atoss of her head and a flick of her pretty skirts indicative ofthe independence and indifference she felt. She did not proposeto be quarrelled with.
2.  "Have you made up your mind, George, when you will take yourvacation?"
3.  "Oh," said Mrs. Vance, "that's right near here, isn't it?"
4.  "He didn't say anything to me," Hurstwood concluded, finding itdifficult to refrain from a bitter tone.
5.   Carrie succumbed to this prompting, waiting, however, until themanager gave her notice of what clothing she must have to fit thepart.
6.  "To make it good, of course," she answered.


1.  "Was he?" said Drouet. "I thought from what he said that he hadcalled a week or so ago."
2.  "Why don't you keep part of your money and buy yourself one?" shesuggested, worried over the situation which the withholding ofCarrie's money would create.
3.  "Look at those about," came the whispered answer. "Look at thosewho are good. How would they scorn to do what you have done.Look at the good girls; how will they draw away from such as youwhen they know you have been weak. You had not tried before youfailed."
4、  Suddenly the air with which she asked attracted his attention.
5、  She looked at his hand.




  • 杨春茂 08-03

      Carrie did not go very far, after all. She returned and stood inthe door. The next day they went out to Garfield Park, but itdid not please her. She did not look well enough. In the shopnext day she heard the highly coloured reports which girls giveof their trivial amusements. They had been happy. On severaldays it rained and she used up car fare. One night she gotthoroughly soaked, going to catch the car at Van Buren Street.All that evening she sat alone in the front room looking out uponthe street, where the lights were reflected on the wet pavements,thinking. She had imagination enough to be moody.

  • 比安凯蒂 08-03

      Carrie readily acquiesced, glad to escape the trying situation,and liberal now that she saw a way out. She was elated and beganfiguring at once. She needed a hat first of all. How Minnieexplained to Hanson she never knew. He said nothing at all, butthere were thoughts in the air which left disagreeableimpressions.

  • 郭秀宾 08-03

       "Well?" he said, seeing her relieved face.

  • 刘子文 08-03

      "No," she answered; "I haven't, so far."

  • 赵甜赵 08-02

    {  He went out smiling and visited the place. Shaughnessy wasthere. They had made all arrangements to share according totheir interests. When, however, he had been there several hours,gone out three more, and returned, his elation had departed. Asmuch as he had objected to the place, now that it was no longerto exist, he felt sorry. He wished that things were different.

  • 菲利普·贾宁 08-01

      Some of the other players quit, but observant loungers took theirplaces. Time passed, and it came to twelve o'clock. Hurstwoodheld on, neither winning nor losing much. Then he grew weary,and on a last hand lost twenty more. He was sick at heart.}

  • 亚瑟登纳姆 08-01

      "I'll be back in three-quarters of an hour."

  • 贾尼丝·洛克拉尼 08-01

      Going to Miss Osborne's that afternoon, she found that littlelady packing and singing.

  • 帕德利西亚·斯皮内利 07-31

       "I believe we're in for a heavy rain," he said.

  • 秦亚东 07-29

    {  Money came slowly. In the course of time the crowd thinned outto a meagre handful. Fifth Avenue, save for an occasional cab orfoot passenger, was bare. Broadway was thinly peopled withpedestrians. Only now and then a stranger passing noticed thesmall group, handed out a coin, and went away, unheeding.

  • 张德明 07-29

      Hurstwood, still tactful in distress, added nothing to this. Itseemed an easy thing. He looked out of the door, and thengathered up his coffee when ready and came away. The game of adesperate man had begun.